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Ravage_D
Posted on: Jun 29 2005, 09:48 AM


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So what should I do? Install it with the crappy monitor then switch it over to the Dell one? O_o

Perhaps I should fill out a bug report or something...
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Ravage_D
Posted on: Jun 29 2005, 08:58 AM


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Hey,

When trying gentoo-nofb, the usual things happen

Loading gentoo...............
Loading gentoo.igz......................
Ready.

Then it just sits like that. Nothing else happening sleep.gif
  Forum: Technical Support · Post Preview: #22912 · Replies: 6 · Views: 3,319

Ravage_D
Posted on: Jun 29 2005, 08:38 AM


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Hey,

The monitor is a just a non-descript Dell 17inch monitor. It doesn't say anything on it, so finding the actual model number is difficult...
With your advice, I tried another monitor just to see if that was the problem, and I see things! So it must be the Dell monitor..

How do I get it to work with the Dell Monitor?
I plugged it back into the Windows machine it's normally connected to and according to Windows...it is a Dell M781s monitor.

Thanks for the reply!

Cheers,

-Ravage D'Selth
  Forum: Technical Support · Post Preview: #22909 · Replies: 6 · Views: 3,319

Ravage_D
Posted on: Jun 28 2005, 10:11 PM


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Hey,

I just downloaded the most recent universal distribution of Gentoo. I stick the CD in and it boots up all right, or so it seems.
I get to the part where I can select which kernels I want to use (Gentoo, gentoo-nofb and memtest86). I don't need the nofb option, so I select Gentoo and it says,
Loading Gentoo ..............................................
something else flashes with more ..................

Then nothing. Blank screen!

No options are working for me here, any suggestions? O_o

Cheers,

-Ravage D'Selth
  Forum: Technical Support · Post Preview: #22904 · Replies: 6 · Views: 3,319

Ravage_D
Posted on: Nov 18 2004, 03:48 PM


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Hey,

I believe I've found the solution to my question!

A little program called "Anjuta". Anjuta Homepage

This appears to be exactly what I'm looking for! You can see a screenshot here.

How did I find this?
Well, afriend sent me a link to a very useful website called "The Table of Equivalents" which basically names a windows program then several Linux equivalents.

The Table of Equivalents Page.

Cheers,

-Ravage D'Selth
  Forum: Programming in Linux · Post Preview: #18955 · Replies: 1 · Views: 3,013

Ravage_D
Posted on: Nov 17 2004, 02:50 PM


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Hey,

A little while ago I remember a friend mentioning a C++ Compiler that looked (or acted) the same way as Microsoft Visual C++. Now, I've asked him again, but he's forgotten the name and I'd be very interested in using a program like this.

So is there actually a Visual C++ Compiler out there for Linux?

I'm currently running Fedora Core 3.

Any information greatly appreciated!

Cheers,

-Ravage D'Selth
  Forum: Programming in Linux · Post Preview: #18934 · Replies: 1 · Views: 3,013

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Posted on: Nov 15 2004, 01:50 PM


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Hey,

Thank you! I edited the file properly and bingo...I'm typing this to you from Fedora Core smile.gif

Thanks again,

-Ravage D'Selth
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Posted on: Nov 14 2004, 08:44 PM


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Hey,

I've just installed Fedora Core 3 on my machine and I made the mistake of trying to select a resolution that works in Windows XP but apparently not in Fedora.

I use a pretty oldschool garbage monitor from 1994 (my 17inch having burned out awhile ago). While testing it out, I found out that I can actually go to a resolution of 1280X1024..the only tradeoff being I have to set the refresh rate to 60 Hz.

In the Fedora Display setup I had selected my resolution as 1280X1024...but it didn't work (refresh rate too high) and all I see when X starts up is the blue background but all fuzzy with lines...nothing can be made out.

I've tried running system-configure-display, but that opens up (rediculously enough) in X.

I know there's a conf file that I have to edit somewhere, but where? I read that this version of Fedora uses Xorg.

I've started the system up in runlevel 3 to try and put around looking for what to edit but I'm very nervous about doing so!

Any advice would be greatly appreciated! biggrin.gif

Cheers,

-Ravage D'Selth
  Forum: Technical Support · Post Preview: #18875 · Replies: 2 · Views: 1,917

Ravage_D
Posted on: Feb 4 2004, 03:37 PM


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Hey,

After three days of sucking the 3.9 Gb Yarrow-DVD iso through Bit Torrent, I'm ready to finally install and try out Fedora Core. Or so I thought.

My problem right now is partitions. Here is my situation.

I have one 60Gb (formatted at 57Gb) IBM IDE Hard Drive. It was pure Windowx XP until, using Partition Magic, I decided to shrink the 57 Gb allocated to it to 37 Gb. Leaving the other 20 gigs for Fedora and Swap. This process completed successfully.

My next step was to create partitions with the new unallocated space. I created, again using Partition Magic, one Ext3 Partition (Logical) which is 19,572.2 MB and the rest of the space, 509.8 MB, I allocated to Swap space, again, Logical.

So I reset my computer with the CD in, Fedora Core installation pops up, and I'm ready to get going until it comes to the Partition Section. Now, fearing I would lose my Windows XP Partition, I decided to check Disk Druid to get things done. Sure enough, it sees my Ext3 and Swap Partitions, but I can't hit next because I haven't assigned /root to the main linux partition. Try as I might, there's absolutely no way (that I can see) in Disk Druid to assign /root to my second partition, the ext3.

So I go back and try to do an Automatic Partition, however this offers the same problem. blink.gif

What do I do! huh.gif Please help me! unsure.gif

Cheers,

-Ravage D'Selth
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Posted on: Sep 10 2003, 10:04 AM


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Hey,

I don't know what to do to fix my hostname problem! huh.gif

I tried reading the man pages, but it's confusing....

Please help! sleep.gif
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Posted on: Sep 9 2003, 04:51 PM


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Hey,

Well, I checked the logs in /var/log/httpd and I found my problem!

I recently changed the name of my box to "Thera" so that's obviously causing problems. Here is what the log file says:

QUOTE
[Sun Sep 07 14:08:04 2003] [alert] (22002)Name or service not known: mod_unique_id: unable to find IPv4 address of "Thera"
Configuration Failed!


So, my problem is setting up my hostname, and well, finding the file where you change that (which I don't remember anymore sleep.gif)

I only want the box's name to be Thera, address, should be either thera.homelinux.com or 192.168.1.103

Thanks for the docs! smile.gif

-Ravage D'Selth
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Posted on: Sep 9 2003, 04:39 PM


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Hey,

Apache Error log? Where is it? tongue.gif

-Ravage
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Posted on: Sep 9 2003, 01:53 PM


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Hey,

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Try running (as root) /etc/init.d/httpd start


Tried it! Doesn't work sleep.gif
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Posted on: Sep 9 2003, 09:21 AM


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Hello All!

I cannot get my Apache Webserver to work.

I'm running Red Hat Linux 9, and the version of the Apache Webserver that I'm using is whatever came with RH9.

Now, before, the webserver would work when I typed httpd -k start.
Now whenever I type it, nothing happens. That is to say, when I try to view the index.html file in /var/www/html/, nothing comes up. (I'm trying to access the website from this computer, my Windows XP box, by typing the Linux Box's network address, 192.168.1.103).

The next thing I'd like to do is make it so apache automatically starts everytime the computer is rebooted.

If anybody out there can help me, it would be appreciated!

Cheers,

-Ravage D'Selth
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Posted on: Aug 29 2003, 12:50 PM


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Hey,

HAZA! Got it to work. I asked a friend, he told me to use httpd -k start and it works!

Now the only problem I have is getting FTP to work! I don't even know if I have an rpm installed. Please help!

-Ravage D'Selth
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Posted on: Aug 29 2003, 11:49 AM


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Hey,

Tried that! No go.. my index.html file wouldn't load.

Actually, there IS something in /var/www/html .. there's a directory called usage.
Inside of which is: msfree.png and webalizer.png, both of which cannot be accessed either sleep.gif

-Ravage D'Selth
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Posted on: Aug 29 2003, 11:17 AM


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Hey,

I'm running Red Hat Linux 9 on one of my spare boxes, that used to be running 7.3. With 7.3, acessing the Apache webserver was easy. I just typed in the server's address, and bingo!

Using 9, so I'm finding, is going to be more difficult. I can't access the website at all! And there's nothing in /var/www/html

Can anybody help me out?

-Ravage D'Selth
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