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jetblackz
Posted on: May 18 2004, 11:44 AM


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A $50 DSL/cable router will solve all your problems.
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jetblackz
Posted on: May 18 2004, 11:42 AM


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cat /usr/src/linux-2.4.22/.config

That's, if you didn't remove this file.

Many config options were moved around in 2.6.x. You have to compile your network module.

Also, I don't think your 2.4.x setup will work for 2.6.x. I'm referring to modules config.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Apr 2 2004, 09:11 PM


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Patching or installing instruction should be included in the patch archive. If it isn't, check out their Website. Goggle them.

Generally, you must be in the source dir:

patch -p1 < patch_file

It will prolly not work without knowing the patching procedure the developer defined.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Apr 2 2004, 09:07 PM


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If "swat" does exist on your box, try

man swat

and see how to set it up. It should have a link to a Website.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Apr 2 2004, 09:06 PM


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I don't think that has anything to do with cable modems. More like a USB device. If you don't use any USB, try nousb at boot prompt or in bootloader file. If your USB devices are working, ignore the messages. Not all of them mean errors.

I have other weird interrupt messages in CLI in some distro. It had to do with my ACPI.

If you still think it's a problem, switch to another distro.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Apr 2 2004, 09:02 PM


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Or you can ALWAYS visit the distro maker's Website.

All newcomers should do the same. Like they got Fedora, and scream "Help! Urgent. What is Fedora? Where is the manual?"
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jetblackz
Posted on: Apr 2 2004, 08:59 PM


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The a is redundant since no a means a. You can try

chmod a+x file

or

chmod +x file

Results are the same. In the future, you should do

man chmod

for help pages.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Mar 21 2004, 02:25 PM


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CTRL ALT +
CTRL ALT -
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jetblackz
Posted on: Feb 23 2004, 11:33 AM


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Then add aliases to all questionable commands in your /etc/profile, i.e.:

alias ftp='sudo ftp'

so that the commands must be run with sudo.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Feb 23 2004, 11:30 AM


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It can be easily accomplished with sudo.

man sudo

for details.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Feb 20 2004, 01:05 AM


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http://jetblackz.freesite.org/InstallingMo...llaFirefox.html
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jetblackz
Posted on: Feb 20 2004, 01:00 AM


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(hd0,2)

grub_number + 1 = /dev/hda_number
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jetblackz
Posted on: Feb 8 2004, 08:51 PM


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Doesn't matter what distro you use, you learn by how much efforts you put intot it. I can tweak Xp to the max. Less than 1% of the users use regedit.

Underneath all distros are the same. Same kernel. Same X.

You're on router connected to DSL. Why are you setting up ppp and rp-pppoe? Your box is the same as most offices'. You don't need them to go online. The installer DID offer you choices to set up network or modem. You should have no problems if you did a proper install.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 30 2004, 10:08 PM


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I wanted to get rid of Suse and install Mandrake 9.2, my question is do I need to delete the Suse distro first? - no

Or will Mandrake simply write over everything in the Linux partition? - yes

If I have to delete the old distro first should I use something like partition magic? - My advice: stick with one tool. If you use multiple, chances are some distros will complain about incorrect part. table.

Bearing in mind I need to keep the windows partition. Also what if I delete the Suse linux whats going to make the system boot to the correct part of the hard drive if GRUB is deleted. - Boot to 98, reboot to Dos

fdisk /mbr
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 30 2004, 10:04 PM


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Yep. Replace the mount point with yours.

http://jetblackz.nabaza.org/ConfiguringWin...ountPoints.html

Pay attention to /etc/fstab
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 30 2004, 10:03 PM


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ext3 any day.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 23 2004, 07:39 PM


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Edit: One should use whatever tool that originated from the distro. Redhat > rpm, etc. One can use whatever tool they want IF they're good.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 23 2004, 07:37 PM


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Boot Redhat CD. Choose advanced or custom partitioning. Delete the Linux ones. See redhat.com for details.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 22 2004, 08:21 PM


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Reinstall Fedora. Don't EVER use apt-get. Use rpm.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 22 2004, 08:20 PM


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Rent, you say. Then you're not the owner of the box. So maybe the CO is watching you.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 22 2004, 08:19 PM


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I know SuSE has a comprehensive setup tool for everything. Use that to set up your network. Then try:

su
route
ping -c 3 www.yahoo.com

Paste route info here.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 22 2004, 08:14 PM


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That means you wrote the file in Windows and ran it inLinux.
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 22 2004, 08:13 PM


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Don't be sorry. Everybody starts somewhere.

Delete the Linux partition(s) with a tool like cfdisk, fdisk
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 19 2004, 01:23 PM


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First off, knoppix.net would be a better choice for anyone wanting a working Debian system. Debian takes a lot more configuration. A lot of things must be selected before they're installed. You can try:

xf86config
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jetblackz
Posted on: Jan 19 2004, 01:21 PM


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I don't think RH will release anymore desktop OS. For newer versions, get fedora at http://fedora.redhat.com/
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