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Forum: Slackware 11-11-2006
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Network Startup Problems
I recently installed slackware 11 and have been very happy with it until I found out that some gnome related apps can cause gnome's network manager to alter the rc.init1 script by adding 3 lines to...
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You can connect to Windows shares via Samba. ...
You can connect to Windows shares via Samba.

http://us3.samba.org/samba/
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It would appear as though cyrus-imapd, an imap...
It would appear as though cyrus-imapd, an imap server daemon I am unfamiliar with, doesn't support the old school style mail directories, and thus, until you run the admin tool for cyrus, you cant...
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Posted By djtrippin
Mailserver problems.
I seem to be having some troubles with my mailserver. Sendmail is working properly as far as I can tell, and so is IMAP and POP3, but whenever I try to log in via IMAP or POP3 I get an incorrect...
Forum: Linux 03-28-2004
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Posted By djtrippin
Insert CD1 into your drive, reboot, follow the...
Insert CD1 into your drive, reboot, follow the instructions on the screen.
Forum: Linux 02-12-2004
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Posted By djtrippin
Also, in redhat there is a great site filled with...
Also, in redhat there is a great site filled with prebuilt binaries. FreshRPMS.net for redhat9 (http://shrike.freshrpms.net)
Forum: Linux 01-29-2004
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Posted By djtrippin
This is the correct method for booting windows....
This is the correct method for booting windows. GRUB cannot read NTFS partitions and thus cannot boot operating systems contained on them, but it can chainload to an NTFS partition.
Forum: Linux 01-29-2004
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Posted By djtrippin
The kernel _CAN_ read NTFS partitions containing...
The kernel _CAN_ read NTFS partitions containing WinXP installations if you added the module correctly. I read and write files to and from my windows xp partition from linux often, i do believe that...
Forum: Linux 12-03-2003
11,816
Posted By djtrippin
Actually, Fedora Core 1 is the latest in the line.
Actually, Fedora Core 1 is the latest in the line.
Forum: Linux 12-01-2003
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Posted By djtrippin
Try running the 'neat' command from the command...
Try running the 'neat' command from the command line while logged in as root. You can enable and disable network devices through the GUI this program provides.
Forum: Slackware 12-01-2003
16,312
Posted By djtrippin
I had this problem back when I was running red...
I had this problem back when I was running red hat 7.3 . I worked at it a lot and no matter what it did it refused to activate eth0 for the home network. This problem was very common among the people...
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Posted By djtrippin
Most Linux and *bsd distributions are both free...
Most Linux and *bsd distributions are both free for download. There is plenty of documentation on getting a server set up on either platform. Personally I prefer to run LAMP servers (Linux, Apache,...
Forum: Slackware 11-24-2003
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Posted By djtrippin
Linux wont cease being free anytime in the near...
Linux wont cease being free anytime in the near future. As for RedHat, the fedora project is the new name for the same old red hat linux, they are using this to get the community more involved, and...
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strange, works for me
strange, works for me
Forum: SuSE 11-19-2003
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Posted By djtrippin
Which distribution of linux are you running, and...
Which distribution of linux are you running, and what kernel are you running it on?
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If you are going to find the binaries for those...
If you are going to find the binaries for those libraries anywhere, you will find them here: http://freshrpms.net
Forum: Linux 11-13-2003
9,920
Posted By djtrippin
No, he's installing a precompiled binary of gcc...
No, he's installing a precompiled binary of gcc via pkgadd, as is mentioned above in this thread, and as was also mentioned in your thread, you can get this binary of gcc from www.sunfreeware.com
Forum: Ubuntu 10-23-2003
8,179
Posted By djtrippin
No, i think redhat is plenty refined and polished...
No, i think redhat is plenty refined and polished for the market, but their focus is primarily on the workstation and sever market in the enterprise. At this moment I think the company with the best...
Forum: Ubuntu 10-21-2003
8,179
Posted By djtrippin
At this time I do not believe so. I think at this...
At this time I do not believe so. I think at this point in time if linux is going to make a stride into mainstream desktop usage it is going to require yet another distro brought in by someone will a...
Forum: Linux 10-21-2003
3,106
Posted By djtrippin
www.linuxant.com/drivers...
www.linuxant.com/drivers (http://linuxant.org/drivers)
All conexant HCF and HSF modems, which pretty much accounts for most conexant modems in use, are supported in linux with the drivers provided...
Forum: Linux 10-20-2003
3,896
Posted By djtrippin
put this: mount -t smbfs -o...
put this:
mount -t smbfs -o username=username,password=password //server/sharename /mount/mountpoint
in etc/mtab
Forum: Linux 10-13-2003
3,106
Posted By djtrippin
http://www.linmodems.org/
http://www.linmodems.org/
Forum: Linux 10-07-2003
4,423
Posted By djtrippin
Im assuming, with the java talk, that the bin...
Im assuming, with the java talk, that the bin file is from Sun. If thats the case then you run it like a script

./thisisyourbinfile.bin

Sun bin's auto extract.

Also, when running gcc you run...
Forum: Linux 09-22-2003
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Posted By djtrippin
You could also insert the installation disk, and...
You could also insert the installation disk, and when it says
boot:
type in
linux rescue
at this point it will boot into repair mode, then it will mount your current root file system under...
Forum: Linux 09-20-2003
14,558
Posted By djtrippin
The Java Binaries dont install into some linux...
The Java Binaries dont install into some linux distro's default path setup, so when rpm checks for things, it doesnt find them where it wants them and thus comes up with a dependency issue. If you...
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