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Forum: Linux 12-16-2007
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Also, check /etc/resolv.conf to make sure the...
Also, check /etc/resolv.conf to make sure the server you want to use is listed first
Forum: Gentoo 12-16-2007
34,315
Posted By this213
Just for the sake of saying so: You know you...
Just for the sake of saying so: You know you shouldn't be installing from source on RPM based distros, right? The proper way to do this for them is to create RPMs. If you're going to be running them...
Forum: Gentoo 07-17-2007
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Posted By this213
cat /proc/version | head -n1 | cut -d" "...
cat /proc/version | head -n1 | cut -d" " -f1-3,5-7
Forum: Red Hat 07-17-2007
8,103
Posted By this213
I'm just curious of why you want 3.23 still...
I'm just curious of why you want 3.23 still hanging around anyway - regardless of whether or not you have your own separate version. That version's got to be 4 or 5 years old by now - isn't it time...
Forum: Linux 07-08-2007
2,119
Posted By this213
with the bz2 you can do: rpmbuild -tb...
with the bz2 you can do:
rpmbuild -tb packagename.tar.bz2
If that doesn't work, you'll need to unpack it (tar -jxvf packagename.tar.bz2) and edit or create the .spec file inside (packagename.spec),...
Forum: Red Hat 07-08-2007
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Posted By this213
System > Administration > Network is a good place...
System > Administration > Network is a good place to start
Forum: Red Hat 05-30-2007
3,543
Posted By this213
There are tons of tutorials, guides and whatnot...
There are tons of tutorials, guides and whatnot here: http://www.tldp.org

Also, I have a very easy (to outline) 2 step course to teach you everything you'd ever want to know about linux:
1....
Forum: Linux 09-22-2006
14,908
Posted By this213
It depends on how your partition is set up in...
It depends on how your partition is set up in your /etc/fstab and whether or not your built NTFS support into your kernel (NOT enabled by default for most distros).

Assuming you have indeed set up...
Forum: Linux 08-25-2006
6,319
Posted By this213
Corona688, I think you're thinking of Postgres....
Corona688, I think you're thinking of Postgres. MySQL usually installs by default listening on port 3306. This simply doesn't do anyone any good because, by default, the only users within MySQL are...
Forum: Linux 08-25-2006
5,988
Posted By this213
You might just not have a working DNS (can you...
You might just not have a working DNS (can you get to the internet from that box?).

It's more likely that any requests on port 25 that aren't destined for your mail server are being dropped at the...
Forum: Gentoo 07-27-2006
9,036
Posted By this213
You can do exactly this from within your AD DC....
You can do exactly this from within your AD DC. Depending on the policies you currently have, you may have to create a new policy specifically for this. See...
Forum: Linux 07-27-2006
27,881
Posted By this213
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acpi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acpi
Forum: Linux 07-26-2006
27,881
Posted By this213
Are you certain you tried irqpoll correctly? ...
Are you certain you tried irqpoll correctly?

Press escape during the grub menu and select the kernel you'd like to boot and press "e" to edit the boot options. Once there you can simply include...
Forum: Red Hat 07-26-2006
3,344
Posted By this213
Even though the CentOS 3 updates would probably...
Even though the CentOS 3 updates would probably work flat out, I think I'd get the SRPMS from there and then rebuild the rpms on-system just to make sure.
4,048
Posted By this213
$ firefox --version should work on any *nix...
$ firefox --version
should work on any *nix with firefox in the path
3,655
Posted By this213
I think what you're looking for is the find...
I think what you're looking for is the find command:
find -perm 644 -maxdepth 1
With the -perm flag, find will return files that match the given permissions. It checks all files in the current...
Forum: Linux 02-03-2006
3,949
Posted By this213
http://www.php-editors.com/linuxredhat/s1-grub-run...
http://www.php-editors.com/linuxredhat/s1-grub-runlevels.html
Forum: Red Hat 02-03-2006
7,309
Posted By this213
You'll have to excuse the stupidity of the next...
You'll have to excuse the stupidity of the next few questions I'm about to ask - it's my first post here...

1. Are you supposed to be rebuilding the rpm for installation on that system? If not,...
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