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I heard from some folks that worked at TI here in...
I heard from some folks that worked at TI here in the DFW area that knew Mr. Kilby and they said that he was a real down to Earth person and easy to work with.

I've known some smart folks that...
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Posted By auswipe
Is this a request for a trip down to Jaurez? If...
Is this a request for a trip down to Jaurez? If so, wrong forum. Only above board discussions relating to Unices.
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There are two ways. The really simple method is...
There are two ways. The really simple method is to just redirect to a file. Anything that gets printed to STDOUT (by default, print goes to STDOUT) will go to a file.

`myPerlRoutine.pl >...
Forum: BSD 10-14-2004
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Posted By auswipe
Sorry. :( I do not speak Norwegian, Swedish...
Sorry. :(

I do not speak Norwegian, Swedish or Denmark.

Let me see if I can simplify my English:

You only need to burn 5.2.1-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso to CD.

5.2.1-RELEASE-i386-disc1.iso is...
Forum: BSD 10-13-2004
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Posted By auswipe
You can burn the 5.2.1-RELEASE-i386-miniinst.iso...
You can burn the 5.2.1-RELEASE-i386-miniinst.iso and be good to go if you have prior experience with FreeBSD.

If not, just burn the disk1 and that should be all you need for a basic installation...
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Posted By auswipe
Have you gone through the process as outlined in...
Have you gone through the process as outlined in the FreeBSD Handbook for setting up X?

The process is outlined here (http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/x-config.html) and...
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Posted By auswipe
This smells a lot like homework...
This smells a lot like homework...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-28-2004
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Posted By auswipe
The Unix Forum team is purt near good. ...
The Unix Forum team is purt near good.

Perdabo has often impressed me with his ability to slice and dice all things unix in short fashion. But they are all quite good and get the job done.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-28-2004
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Posted By auswipe
I have a Ph.D from Meskatonic U in Thamaturgy on...
I have a Ph.D from Meskatonic U in Thamaturgy on my wall at work.

And since this is an off-topic forum and this comment is off-topic:

The Dallas Inwood is showing Evil Dead II this Friday and...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-28-2004
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Posted By auswipe
I got mine from a Saturday Night Live skit that...
I got mine from a Saturday Night Live skit that really tickled my funny bone. It was an episode with Nicholas Cage.

Nicholas Cage and "wife" are thinking of a name for their unborn child that is...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-28-2004
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Posted By auswipe
I must admit I was quite surprised as well! ...
I must admit I was quite surprised as well!

I need to lurk more often but alas, I am a slackard!
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Posted By auswipe
Re: Office Apps for OpenBSD???
Do some googling and learn about the ports tree for OpenBSD. You will find Office apps like OpenOffice and the KDE office suite that can be installed via the ports tree.
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Posted By auswipe
This is covered in the FreeBSD Handbook here...
This is covered in the FreeBSD Handbook here (http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/install-media.html).

You just need to download the floppy boot disks for your particular...
Forum: BSD 08-10-2004
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Posted By auswipe
Did you try at a minimum to run `XFree86...
Did you try at a minimum to run `XFree86 -configure` and try the automagically generated XFree86Config file?

The topic for FreeBSD is discussed here...
Forum: BSD 07-18-2004
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Posted By auswipe
All you need is 5.2.1-RELEASE-i386-miniinst.iso....
All you need is 5.2.1-RELEASE-i386-miniinst.iso. It's less than 300 megs and has everything that you need to get started.

Be sure to read through the FreeBSD handbook available at www.freebsd.org....
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Posted By auswipe
putty is your friend. That's my SSH Win32 client....
putty is your friend. That's my SSH Win32 client.

There is also a Win32 port of sshd available as well.
Forum: BSD 04-23-2004
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Posted By auswipe
Re: Free BSD X window
Take a gander at the FreeBSD Handbook, http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/x-config.html
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Posted By auswipe
I believe that there is one or more members at...
I believe that there is one or more members at bsdforums.com that speak Chinese that might be able to assist.

I am thinking of the user unixparse but am not 100% sure.
Forum: Programming 02-18-2004
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Posted By auswipe
Re: how to create freeBSD binaries in Linux or Windows
I don't think you are going to find what you want.

It is true that gcc is available for Win32 but the executable generated by gcc/Win32 will only work on Win32.
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Posted By auswipe
I'd try clearing the cache my deleting the cached...
I'd try clearing the cache my deleting the cached files manually. Is this Internet Explorer?

I have had problems where I had to delete the IE cache manually to get changes to "stick".
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Posted By auswipe
Do you use cookies on the site? I don't so I get...
Do you use cookies on the site? I don't so I get the Matrix skin until I login and go back to the classic skin.
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Posted By auswipe
Sorry about the delay. Here is the...
Sorry about the delay.

Here is the /etc/X11/XF86Config file that I am using on my FreeBSD5.1 machine with my ATI 9700 Pro with dual monitor support.


Section "ServerLayout"
Identifier...
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Posted By auswipe
I forgot about that one. I picked it the Red...
I forgot about that one.

I picked it the Red version at 75% Off Books in Plano a few years ago for a whoppin' $5. I pull it out every once in a while.

Another good older book is "Unix Hints &...
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Posted By auswipe
If you are still having problem with this let me...
If you are still having problem with this let me know and I will boot my FreeBSD 5.1 on an A7N8X Deluxe with ATI 9700 Pro and copy/paste the XFree86 config file.
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Posted By auswipe
Here is a link to a thread where we came up with...
Here is a link to a thread where we came up with a perl solution for automagic log rotating based upon number of entries. This by-passes syslogd so it might or might not be useful to you.
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