[gentoo-user] emerge --autounmask-write: specify file

2011-07-05 Thread Gian Calgeer
would like to have file names based on the package I'm emerging, so if e.g. I do emerge --autounmask-write=y dev-ruby/rest-client, it should put the keywords into /etc/portage/package.keywords/dev-ruby-rest-client or similar. Alternatively, it would be great if I could at least get portage

Re: [gentoo-user] Frustrating error message from layman

2014-01-09 Thread Peter Humphrey
On Thursday 09 Jan 2014 16:10:11 walt wrote: #cat /var/lib/layman/make.conf PORTDIR_OVERLAY='/usr/local/portage' You're short of the rest of the definition. Here's mine: $ cat /var/lib/layman/make.conf PORTDIR_OVERLAY= /var/lib/layman/owncloud-client $PORTDIR_OVERLAY Of course there's

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge --autounmask-write: specify file

2011-07-05 Thread Dale
things into? Ideally, I would like to have file names based on the package I'm emerging, so if e.g. I do emerge --autounmask-write=y dev-ruby/rest-client, it should put the keywords into /etc/portage/package.keywords/dev-ruby-rest-client or similar. Alternatively, it would be great if I could

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: I want my xmms

2006-12-29 Thread fire-eyes
On Friday 29 December 2006 14:42, Mick wrote: I'm missing xmms too. I hope xmms2 will eventually be developed enough to use as a stable package, but without the bloatware that winamp has become. xmms2 is nothing like the first version. It is a client / daemon setup really. Few users of xmms1

Re: [gentoo-user] to install portage on other gentoo installs

2014-02-13 Thread Edward M
On Fri, 14 Feb 2014 00:13:19 +0530 Nilesh Govindrajan m...@nileshgr.com wrote: My favorite firewall rule to do this don't restrict any kind of traffic between own network and filter the rest. Use ipset. Very easy. I have zero knowledge how ipsec works. once i have nfs set i'll do ipsec

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: another headless device-question: In search of the LAN

2014-09-30 Thread meino . cramer
on the board. Once you get it close, then ntp should be configuration. man hwclock hth, James Hi James, ...the system has no built-in RTC which still runs if the system is powered off. After power is up and eth0 is alive, the time/date has to be set via ntp-client. The rest already working

[gentoo-user] Do NOT install evolution

2006-04-22 Thread Alexander Skwar
] net-analyzer/traceroute-1.4_p12-r5 USE=-static 79 kB [ebuild N] mail-client/evolution-2.4.2.1 USE=crypt -dbus -debug doc -gstreamer -ipv6 -kerberos -krb4 -ldap -mono nntp -pda -profile spell ssl 11,233 kB As you can see, mail-client/evolution is going to be reinstalled as as a dependency

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: another headless device-question: In search of the LAN

2014-09-30 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 30 Sep 2014 14:34:28 +0200, meino.cra...@gmx.de wrote: ...the system has no built-in RTC which still runs if the system is powered off. After power is up and eth0 is alive, the time/date has to be set via ntp-client. The rest already working. I called /etc/init.d/ntp-client

Re: [gentoo-user] Continue ftp upload without clobbering

2008-10-16 Thread Paul Hartman
the start after the partial uploaded file, rather than continuing where it had stopped. I am really looking for some clever way to perform the ftp equivalent of wget -c sort of thing and if it can do that unattended then that would be even better! You need to use the REST command to tell the server

Re: [gentoo-user] SpamAssassin is letting everything through

2005-08-25 Thread Mike Williams
any spam in my Inbox any more (although I do get the occasional genuine mail there, usually mass-mail like from eBay, but a white-list solves that one). Any chance you could enlighten the rest of us to how you enabled DCC? Does spamassassin detect the client tools presence automagically

Re: [gentoo-user] Update xorg-x11

2006-07-14 Thread Brad Camroux
which imposes it's idea of sane fonts sizes on the rest of the world. Your 11pt font looks absolutely ridiculous on my 133dpi screen. Or... maybe you could use a text-only mail client, like Mutt. Just have to run the message through Lynx and catch the dump. All looks great to me. Brad -- gentoo

Re: [gentoo-user] Firefox 3.5 without changing entire system to ~arch?

2009-11-02 Thread Alex Schuster
Marcus Wanner writes: Could anyone tell me how to install firefox 3.5.x without changing the entire installation to ~arch? I have been looking around on the web for how to do this, but can't find anything that doesn't require being (afaict) very invasive to the rest of the system. Thanks

Re: [gentoo-user] 回复: [gentoo-user] Help!

2011-10-05 Thread Mick
On Wednesday 05 Oct 2011 17:20:02 Jonas de Buhr wrote: Hello Lavender, we are going to help you. So please relax, tell your mail client to wrap lines at 72 characters and use the reply button to answer. ... and also avoid top-posting if you can? For now, build a kernel with genkernel

Re: [gentoo-user] Chromium bloat

2016-02-27 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Sat, 27 Feb 2016 11:35:02 +, Peter Humphrey wrote: > I think I know the answer already, but is there any way to install www- > client/chromium without all the bloat? I don't see any need here for > any of these: > > app-accessibility/speech-dispatcher >

Re: [gentoo-user] dhcpd and routes

2007-02-07 Thread Nick Rout
On Wednesday 07 February 2007 01:20, Dave Oxley wrote: I have a Gentoo server that is running Cisco VPN software to connect to my companies VPN. I have setup the server as a NAT for the specific subnet required for the VPN and the rest of my traffic goes through my router (192.168.1.1). I

Re: [gentoo-user] Anyone succeeded with kmail2?

2013-01-04 Thread Peter Humphrey
On 4/1/2013, Randy Barlow ra...@electronsweatshop.com wrote: On 01/03/2013 12:09 PM, Peter Humphrey wrote: Does anyone recommend a mail client that doesn't rely too heavily on the mouse? I much prefer to navigate, reply etc with the keyboard. I've seen Evolution recommended; is that OK

Re: [gentoo-user] Random-access cross-platform FS_backup tool suggestions

2009-04-30 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Thu, 30 Apr 2009 14:18:33 +0600, Mike Kazantsev wrote: The medium is regular sata2 hard drives with ext3 filesystem on a dedicated backup machine with quite rusty debian (etch) linux. Most backed-up systems (that I care about) are actually freebsd 6, the rest are linux. Most stored backups

[gentoo-user] really large inline replies

2006-02-17 Thread kashani
the rest. If someone can't follow then they should check the archives or use a threaded client. 2. Paragraphs and summaries are your friends. Here's an example. We agree on points a and b so I'll skip them for now. However you say x and y are the best choices for w reasons. I say sure x is fine

Re: [gentoo-user] Locking down a wireless network

2009-01-29 Thread Grant
it for access to the rest of your network or the internet. At least then if someone hacks your wireless key, they still can't do anything without having your VPN certificate. It sounds like VPN may be the strongest thing going. Could I turn off WPA and keep everything hidden within the VPN? Could I

[gentoo-user] OT - Manually entering a new mail account into Evolution

2006-01-10 Thread Michael Sullivan
Is there a way to manually register a POP mail account with Evolution? The college that my wife and I attend gives each of its students their own email account to be accessed either through their webmail site or through an external mail client. Their webmail service was written for IE, so it's

[gentoo-user] Re: OT - Manually entering a new mail account into Evolution

2006-01-10 Thread Michael Sullivan
mail client. Their webmail service was written for IE, so it's not much good to us, and whenever I try to enter a new account in Evolution-2.2, it crashes when I try to select the POP protocol from the protocol combo box for incoming mail (second page of the Email Account Registry wizard (at least

RE: [gentoo-user] emerge ideas

2005-04-25 Thread Dave Nebinger
by the client, but not needed for the pkg server? This has been the only thing holding me back from doing similar... Yes, I've got different architectures and different gentoo bases (some x86, some ~x86). Since it is a proxy it will either return an exact match out of the cache or fetch it. Only

Re: [gentoo-user] XSESSION=Xsession doesn't work!

2007-07-18 Thread Dale
Patrick Holthaus wrote: Hi! I'm fairly experienced with Linux and have been using Gentoo for over 3 years, ... Probably, you're not that fairly experienced regarding the usage of your mail client. ;-) Regards, Elias P. Well, I don't know about yours but mine says

Re: [gentoo-user] SpamAssassin is letting everything through

2005-08-25 Thread Jonathan Wright
Mike Williams wrote: Any chance you could enlighten the rest of us to how you enabled DCC? Does spamassassin detect the client tools presence automagically, or is it a compile time thing, or a config change, etc? Simply emerge dcc: * mail-filter/dcc Available versions: ~1.2.28 1.2.28

Re: [gentoo-user] connections

2005-09-03 Thread Mattias Granlund
at the rest of the configuration and it seems as though it should allow the connection… Help is definitely appreciated… One thought would be that you may not have PHPMyAdmin configured properly. Is the error you are getting a PHPMyAdmin error page or a browser error? Is your webserver setup

Re: [gentoo-user] Nasty bugs in portage?

2005-09-13 Thread Andrew MacKenzie
removed was about using stage 3 to save time to have a running system asap. If that's your objective, you're hardly going to follow it up by compiling KDE and X from scratch, are you? I always have... stage 3 gets me to a point where while I'm compiling X, KDE, qt, Gnome, and the rest of the world, I

[gentoo-user] KDE? Get me out of here!

2010-02-23 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
to be a KDE client - whatever that is. I've got a lot of space here and there, but my /home partition was never near full before. I'd like to just nuke nepomuk, but fear the consequences. I'm seriously entertaining ideas about a more efficient way to run my Gentoo system, although I'll probably keep

Re: [gentoo-user] How to request multiple keyword removals Firefox 3.6.2?

2010-03-25 Thread Justin
/package.keywords ended up with the following... =www-client/mozilla-firefox-3.6.2 ~x86 =net-libs/xulrunner-1.9.2.2-r1 ~x86 =dev-libs/nss-3.12.6 ~x86 =dev-libs/nspr-4.8.4 ~x86 So far, so good, I've done a bit of surfing, and I'm listening to live365.com internet radio (Flash player) whilst

[gentoo-user] VPN connection from gentoo to OSX server?

2013-06-16 Thread walt
A colleague of mine has set up a Mac server just for the purpose of being a VPN server for the rest of us at work. So far I can't make a good vpn connection from this linux machine or my android tablet. I can log in using a vnc client and poke around in the server settings, so I know

Re: [gentoo-user] to install portage on other gentoo installs

2014-02-14 Thread J. Roeleveld
On Fri, February 14, 2014 08:05, Edward M wrote: On Fri, 14 Feb 2014 00:13:19 +0530 Nilesh Govindrajan m...@nileshgr.com wrote: My favorite firewall rule to do this don't restrict any kind of traffic between own network and filter the rest. Use ipset. Very easy. I have zero knowledge

Re: [gentoo-user] to install portage on other gentoo installs

2014-02-14 Thread J. Roeleveld
On Fri, February 14, 2014 08:05, Edward M wrote: On Fri, 14 Feb 2014 00:13:19 +0530 Nilesh Govindrajan m...@nileshgr.com wrote: My favorite firewall rule to do this don't restrict any kind of traffic between own network and filter the rest. Use ipset. Very easy. I have zero knowledge

Re: [gentoo-user] Chromium bloat

2016-02-27 Thread Peter Humphrey
On Saturday 27 February 2016 12:51:32 Neil Bothwick wrote: > On Sat, 27 Feb 2016 11:35:02 +, Peter Humphrey wrote: > > I think I know the answer already, but is there any way to install www- > > client/chromium without all the bloat? I don't see any need here f

Re: [gentoo-user] Chromium bloat

2016-02-27 Thread Peter Humphrey
On Saturday 27 February 2016 14:58:25 I wrote: > On Saturday 27 February 2016 12:51:32 Neil Bothwick wrote: > > On Sat, 27 Feb 2016 11:35:02 +, Peter Humphrey wrote: > > > I think I know the answer already, but is there any way to install > > > www- > > > c

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge xmlto ERROR: app-text/xmlto-0.0.18 failed.

2005-11-02 Thread Holly Bostick
be new to you :-) ), it's a Portage feature. You can create a file, called /etc/portage/package.use, which contains such overrides; here's a snippet of mine: sys-libs/glibc userlocales erandom glibc-compat20 glibc-omitfp linuxthreads-tls www-client/kazehakase-cvs estraier firefox thumbnail www

[gentoo-user] mozilla migration option

2006-12-01 Thread James
over the last few years and is now the best stds compliant browser than the all the rest (check acid test 2). Since it integrates nicely with Kmail I tend to use it a lot when I browse links in messages, or when I have already launched other KDE apps and the associated kdeinit and kio-slaves

RE: [gentoo-user] Threads changing Was: OT: website design

2011-06-04 Thread Pandu Poluan
-original message- Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] Threads changing Was: OT: website design From: Dale rdalek1...@gmail.com Date: 2011-06-04 21:54 Indi wrote: On Sat, Jun 04, 2011 at 09:22:57AM -0500, Dale wrote: That one was inline with the rest. Yeppie !! Thanks

Re: [gentoo-user] VPN question

2013-12-23 Thread Michael Orlitzky
address I receive from the VPN service provider or my ISP assigned static IP? Anything you can provide, it's not clear to the rest of us how many computers are involved. Is the web/mail server only the gatway, or is that the workstation that you're using (when, for example, trying to access

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: another headless device-question: In search of the LAN

2014-09-30 Thread Poison BL.
/date has to be set via ntp-client. The rest already working. I called /etc/init.d/ntp-client start after booting the little beast and plugging in the RJ45 and everything else was fine. Currently I am experimenting with chrony (emerging). Will see, if this will make a difference ;) Best

Re: [gentoo-user] (Free|Open|Strong)Swan and Gentoo as a client

2016-02-19 Thread Mick
the contents. As I understand it this is a file in XML format to pass on to the apple client (iPhone and the like) the configuration parameters for the VPN connection. > I understand that the server is Ubuntu running > StrongSwan using a shared secret, but that’s all I know at this point,

Re: [gentoo-user] (Free|Open|Strong)Swan and Gentoo as a client

2016-02-19 Thread Mick
a special-Apple-only-format and I can’t make heads or > > tails of the contents. > > As I understand it this is a file in XML format to pass on to the apple > client (iPhone and the like) the configuration parameters for the VPN > connection. > > I understand that the server is

Re: [gentoo-user] Document management solution [possibly a bit off-topic...]

2005-09-29 Thread Nick Rout
own scanning and OCR'ing then it will do the rest. BTW, I would call things like Mambo or Xaraya, content-management tools - Alfresco is a slightly different kettle of fish. Yes I know what Steve is after, and I'd love to find a way. I was put off by Alfresco being called Content Management

[gentoo-user] php (error?)

2015-07-12 Thread James
will avoid lots of breakages due to the deprecation of .in in automake-1.13. Makes sense; but I cannot find the file. I get lots of hits for a configure.in in my code trees, but little on the rest of the system; here are the few: /usr/portage/dev-lang/lua/files/configure.in /usr/share/cppunit

Re: [gentoo-user] Will a 64-bit-no-multilib machine cross-compile 32-bit code?

2015-03-24 Thread Walter Dnes
it going. That final required change was to /etc/distcc/hosts on the client. Apparently the required syntax for pump mode is like so 192.168.123.251,cpp,lzo where 192.168.123.251 is the host. cpp enables pump mode, and lzo (for compression) is also required. I originally ran... emerge -pv

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-17 Thread lee
and I wouldn't know how to run it as a service so that someone could just start a client (like rdesktop) and log in to the server as they can do with Windoze servers. --- I only found x11rdp which appears to be incompatible with current X servers. Then there's LTSP. Letting aside that there a

Re: [gentoo-user] Document management solution [possibly a bit off-topic...]

2005-09-29 Thread Eric Crossman
thing Ive seen that is open source. If you're willing to do your own scanning and OCR'ing then it will do the rest. BTW, I would call things like Mambo or Xaraya, content-management tools - Alfresco is a slightly different kettle of fish. Yes I know what Steve is after, and I'd love

Re: [gentoo-user] LTSP vs. Diskless Nodes

2005-10-29 Thread Uwe Thiem
On 29 October 2005 20:14, Bob Sanders wrote: Since I'm rambling now, guess I should do the rest of the memory download... Let me join you in rumbling. ;-) Before I start just a little background: I do quite some consulting for SchoolNet Namibia (http://www.schoolnet.na) which has hooked up

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Recommended VPN Tunnel client?

2012-02-10 Thread Michael Mol
/10/12 11:46, Pandu Poluan wrote: On Feb 10, 2012 10:08 PM, Mick michaelkintz...@gmail.com mailto:michaelkintz...@gmail.com wrote: The need: a VPN client that: + can selectively send packets fulfilling a criteria (in this case, dest= IP address of internal server

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-18 Thread wabenbau
lee <l...@yagibdah.de> wrote: > <waben...@gmail.com> writes: > > > lee <l...@yagibdah.de> wrote: > > > >> Rich Freeman <ri...@gentoo.org> writes: > >> > >> > On Sun, Jan 17, 2016 at 6:38 AM, lee <l...@yagibdah.d

Re: [gentoo-user] Zynaddsubfx connected to Rosegarden WITHOUT Jack?

2011-08-11 Thread meino . cramer
Hi Michael, Thank you for your help ! :) Here are the versions: media-sound/rosegarden 11.02 media-sound/zynaddsubfx 2.4.1 media-sound/jack-audio-connection-kit 0.118.0 I did a aconnect -lio, which says: client 0: 'System' [type=kernel] 0 'Timer ' 1 'Announce

Re: [gentoo-user] How many people use KDE?

2006-01-20 Thread Stuart Howard
this means for me is that I sort configs in a text editor of choice [Vim] and let the KDE team do all the rest for me. I have learnt that no matter how much you think you know about linux there are always 10 levels of detail lower that you dont know so spend time on the things you really care about

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Commercial software (was: Skype is awesome, what is sound daemon for?)

2005-06-10 Thread Richard Fish
your personal opinion which is based on nothing more than your pro-gpl / anti-the-rest attitude. History has shown that commercial software and Linux have a difficult relationship at best: 1. Adobe Acrobat Reader was stuck at the crappy version 5 for years. The supported Linux long enough

Re: [gentoo-user] browser advice

2006-11-29 Thread Mick
that they continuously develop this browser and it's features, while retaining a smaller footprint than any(?) other browser. They have developed a sometimes buggy mail client which along with a multitude of other clients (news, IM, SMS, etc) is integrated in a non-intrusive manner with the Opera

Re: [gentoo-user] S.O.P.A and P.I.P.A and the blackout.

2012-01-19 Thread Mick
to this list) can a)see that you have signed it and b)rest assured that no one has tampered with its content since you signed. If anyone intercepted the message mid-air and changed its content, your signature would show as bad in the recipients mail client (assuming they have a GnuPG/PGP

Re: [gentoo-user] Portage telling me what it's doing

2012-06-05 Thread Bryan Gardiner
it. It seems, if I recall correctly, that if a package has not been compiled before, it just spits out a error message. It used to spit out that there was 'no info available for package foo' then just show the rest. Now, it just pukes on the keyboard and dies. Progress. It always breaks things

Re: [gentoo-user] IPTables - Going Stateless

2013-05-21 Thread Jarry
output TCP and UDP traffic to open ports $IPTABLES -A OUTPUT -o $INTIF1 -p tcp --syn -j TCP $IPTABLES -A OUTPUT -o $INTIF1 -p udp -j UDP STRIP THE REST AND CONSIDER ALL REMAINING DROPPED/REJECTED Everything works fine with the REJECT rules commented out, but when included SSH access is blocked

Re: [gentoo-user] VPN question

2013-12-23 Thread Timur Aydin
On 12/23/13 18:12, Michael Orlitzky wrote: Anything you can provide, it's not clear to the rest of us how many computers are involved. Is the web/mail server only the gatway, or is that the workstation that you're using (when, for example, trying to access the website)? This is my home

Re: [gentoo-user] Pale Moon Air-Gapped portage EAPI 6 Install WAS: [Logging] SSL with PM

2017-01-10 Thread Miroslav Rovis
here when the successful install happend, but &gt; shouldn't it be http://localhost/cgi-bin/cgit.cgi/ instead? ) I tried changing that (and updated, the Air-Gapped way, to www-client/palemoon-27.0.3-r7 (which is my local bump of www-client/palemoon-27.0.3-r1 from unofficial) , and the only difference is

Re: [gentoo-user] Locking down a wireless network

2009-01-29 Thread Saphirus Sage
, and require it for access to the rest of your network or the internet. At least then if someone hacks your wireless key, they still can't do anything without having your VPN certificate. It sounds like VPN may be the strongest thing going. Could I turn off WPA and keep everything

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT:netiquete] was AUTO: Martin...

2009-04-28 Thread Paul Hartman
. As for the rest who think it's their right to ignore long-established unwritten (but no less valid) codes of conduct, I just do to them the same thing I do to stupid users at work who refuse to use English: plonk. And there is always the blacklist as well. Once added to that, it's hard

[gentoo-user] RESEND: [OT - Manually entering a new mail account into Evolution]

2006-01-11 Thread Michael Sullivan
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 23:40:47 -0600 Is there a way to manually register a POP mail account with Evolution? The college that my wife and I attend gives each of its students their own email account to be accessed either through their webmail site or through an external mail client. Their webmail

Re: [gentoo-user] Improving SpamAssassin's accuracy...

2006-01-15 Thread Glenn Enright
, because everyone is different. It is much easier to offer a full filter service to clients, then If they want it turn it on - just like many ISPs do - they can. So 'training' is minimised to maybee a simple FAQ and users can take care of the rest. Course this is not useful if your site is getting

Re: [gentoo-user] usb webcam

2008-10-17 Thread RYAN vAN GINNEKEN
look like that: =www-client/mozilla-firefox-3.0.3 ~amd64 =dev-libs/nss-3.12 ~amd64 h keywords are placed in the /etc/portage/package.keywords file right? I have tried the additional combos below, but still cannot build the spca5xx port. The first one gives me invalid atom error the rest

Re: [gentoo-user] ssh2 and xover LAN

2006-04-06 Thread Richard Fish
answered that the 'ftp' command is a client, and needs a server to connect to. So on the other machine, you need a server. There are several in portage: net-ftp/ftpd, net-ftp/proftpd are probaby the most popular, and thus if you have problems or questions the most likely that people will be able

Re: [gentoo-user] Router 3rd and 4th net interface problem

2006-09-28 Thread Grant
the interface manually and then try. Also, is the dhcp client connected directly to one of the interfaces on the dhcp server? If that is the case you will need a cross over cable to do it as opposed to a normal patch cable. Ah, crossovers cables. I guess I need to whip one of those up. Do you

Re: [gentoo-user] Router 3rd and 4th net interface problem

2006-09-28 Thread Oliver M A Wilson
-- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list Grant, Can you ping the server? Set up the interface manually and then try. Also, is the dhcp client connected directly to one of the interfaces on the dhcp server? If that is the case you will need a cross over cable to do it as opposed to a normal

Re: [gentoo-user] Lightwheight Gentoo System

2006-10-12 Thread Eugene Rosenzweig
, using fluxbox for wm. Its slow but mostly usable although I mostly use it as a chat client so it rarely gets to run anything other than xchat and gaim and a few xterm windows and synergy (synergy2 project on sourceforge) for seamless access from my main machine. Fluxbox and the rest in its family

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Top/Bottom Posting

2007-01-10 Thread Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
behavior for an email client to to start at the top with the entire body of the email being replied to quoted (the RFC that covers text/plain;format=flowed discusses HOW to quote) below the cursor, and any signature below the quoted text, separated from the rest of the email with the text

Re: [gentoo-user] VPN?

2005-08-26 Thread David Miller
I've been having alot of luck with openvpn it's ssl based rather than ipsec. I have found it to be easier to setup and less confusing and it has clients for various platforms including windows...which is not always the easiest platform to use IPSEC with unless you go with a commercial client

RE: [gentoo-user] connections

2005-09-03 Thread John Dangler
. //Mattias Granlund On Sat, 03 Sep 2005 03:14:58 +0200, Michael Crute [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 9/2/05, John Dangler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mike~ Thanks for the reply. I did check the settings in my.cnf and skip-networking is commented out. I looked at the rest of the configuration

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE? Get me out of here!

2010-02-23 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
was using 7.2 G (SEVEN GIGS) in some dotfiles. It turns out to be a KDE client - whatever that is. I've got a lot of space here and there, but my /home partition was never near full before. I'd like to just nuke nepomuk, but fear the consequences. I'm seriously entertaining ideas about a more

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE? Get me out of here!

2010-02-23 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
running out of disk space. A little research showed that an odd-sounding thing called nepomuk was using 7.2 G (SEVEN GIGS) in some dotfiles. It turns out to be a KDE client - whatever that is. I've got a lot of space here and there, but my /home partition was never near full before

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE? Get me out of here!

2010-02-23 Thread ubiquitous1980
client - whatever that is. I've got a lot of space here and there, but my /home partition was never near full before. I'd like to just nuke nepomuk, but fear the consequences. I'm seriously entertaining ideas about a more efficient way to run my Gentoo system

[gentoo-user] setsockopt SO_DEBUG - ftp connection problems

2011-07-05 Thread Mick
. --- SYST 215 UNIX Type: L8 Remote system type is UNIX. Using binary mode to transfer files. --- FEAT 211-Features: EPRT EPSV MDTM PASV REST STREAM SIZE TVFS UTF8 211 End features[FEAT_FEAT] = 1 features[FEAT_MDTM] = 1 features[FEAT_MLST] = 0 features[FEAT_REST_STREAM] = 1 features[FEAT_SIZE] = 1

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Recommended VPN Tunnel client?

2012-02-10 Thread Todd Goodman
was accepting packets faster than it could shove them through, and was buffering the rest. So obviously OpenVPN wasn't handling congestion appropriately and should have been using some queueing discipline to discard instead of letting transmit queues grow unbounded. But switching to UDP from TCP just

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Recommended VPN Tunnel client?

2012-02-10 Thread Michael Mol
can allow because it never gets any congestion feedback; OpenVPN was accepting packets faster than it could shove them through, and was buffering the rest. So obviously OpenVPN wasn't handling congestion appropriately and should have been using some queueing discipline to discard instead

Re: [gentoo-user] VPN connection from gentoo to OSX server?

2013-06-17 Thread Mick
On Sunday 16 Jun 2013 22:49:46 walt wrote: A colleague of mine has set up a Mac server just for the purpose of being a VPN server for the rest of us at work. So far I can't make a good vpn connection from this linux machine or my android tablet. I can log in using a vnc client and poke

Re: [gentoo-user] to install portage on other gentoo installs

2014-02-14 Thread Edward M
network and filter the rest. Use ipset. Very easy. I have zero knowledge how ipsec works. once i have nfs set i'll do ipsec second. nfs will be in my private network for my gentoo systems(laptops,server,client) boxes. thanks for the tip. Important: Nilesh was talking about ipseT

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: ssh rekeying slow ?

2014-06-25 Thread Mick
and algorithms are used once connection is achieved. On the client, add those configuration options for the server to ssh_config. You should notice a speed up on the next attempt as unused methods will be skipped man 5 ssh_config has all the details ;-) thanks, Alan. Did you

[gentoo-user] Re: want to upgrade 50 month old installation

2015-08-05 Thread James
file system currently available in open source form. Commercially supported DFS, like BeeGFS have one foot in the opensource world (client side) but I'm not sure the rest of the code is 'palatable' to the FOSS world and gentoo devs. [1] This site has several interesting documents on beeGFS

Re: [gentoo-user] systemd-224 Look out for new networking behavior

2015-08-03 Thread Canek Peláez Valdés
, and your .network file has DHCP=yes in its [Network] section, then it will use the DHCP client included with systemd-networkd. In my servers I not longer use any net-misc/*dhcp* package. Regards. Is this server-related? I have only simple workstations/laptops and I don't enable systemd

Re: [gentoo-user] Chromium bloat

2016-02-27 Thread Daniel Frey
ut is there any way to install >>>> www- >>>> client/chromium without all the bloat? I don't see any need here for >>>> >>>> any of these: >>>>app-accessibility/speech-dispatcher >>>>app-accessibility/espeak >>>>

Re: [gentoo-user] Bizarre SSH connection reset

2008-03-09 Thread Mick
argue that your Chinese domain is blacklisted due to exhaustive number of owned MSWindows boxen and botnets that ping the rest of us without respite, from China. I really wish their step 1 was learn how to protect your PC, even if it runs an illegitimate Mickey Mouse OS. /sarcasm I am having

Re: [gentoo-user] php (error?)

2015-07-12 Thread Mick
, to rename configure.in to configure.ac before eautoreconf we will avoid lots of breakages due to the deprecation of .in in automake-1.13. Makes sense; but I cannot find the file. I get lots of hits for a configure.in in my code trees, but little on the rest of the system; here are the few

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Using another System

2007-06-06 Thread Dan Farrell
need a harddrive in there to get the boot process going (to start up grub) and then you could configure grub to do the rest of the NFS stuff? This box doesn't offer anything else like PXE, booting from USB. It doesn't even have a CD-ROM or a floppy. Just a hard drive! - -- Randy Barlow http

Re: [gentoo-user] LTSP vs. Diskless Nodes

2005-10-29 Thread Bob Sanders
Since I'm rambling now, guess I should do the rest of the memory download... One of the big problems with Linux diskless is it really doesn't scale well, it doesn't allow for clients to run multiple versions of the os, nor for different arch types to co-exist off one server of a different arch

Re: [gentoo-user] mutt configuration advice

2013-05-27 Thread Mick
. After some time of the client getting in the way of me managing my email, I decided to return to kmail with some relief. My wife was using T'bird back then and would you believe it, I convinced her that Kmail was better. So she switched! Ha, ha, ha! I tried T'bird a few times and it also

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT:netiquete] was AUTO: Martin...

2009-04-28 Thread thomas blomme
the BlackBerry users who cannot post any other way. As for the rest who think it's their right to ignore long-established unwritten (but no less valid) codes of conduct, I just do to them the same thing I do to stupid users at work who refuse to use English: plonk. And there is always

Re: [gentoo-user] RESEND: [OT - Manually entering a new mail account into Evolution]

2006-01-11 Thread James Ausmus
of. Sorry. :) The college that my wife and I attend gives each of its students their own email account to be accessed either through their webmail site or through an external mail client. Their webmail service was written for IE, so it's not much good to us, and whenever I try to enter a new account

Re: [gentoo-user] Skype is awesome, what is sound daemon for?

2005-06-10 Thread Christoph Eckert
opinion which is based on nothing more than your pro-gpl / anti-the-rest attitude. Please note that I'm not RMS. I have no problem with commercial software. You do realise that Skype being commercial is a company which like *every* other commercial company *needs* to make money to survive

[gentoo-user] Re: sanba mount on host machine

2006-11-06 Thread reader
impact -- opposed to built-in storage, which should be faster than network based storage :-) I guess it was phrased awkwardly, but did you not see the rest of the post? == (Posted here again for clarity) Install as many HDD as mobo allows maybe adding a few more with pci controllsers. (all

Re: [gentoo-user] VPN?

2005-08-27 Thread Heinz Sporn
and it has clients for various platforms including windows...which is not always the easiest platform to use IPSEC with unless you go with a commercial client. You will need to setup a certificate authority and understand the basics of openssl

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE? Get me out of here!

2010-02-24 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
called nepomuk was using 7.2 G (SEVEN GIGS) in some dotfiles. It turns out to be a KDE client - whatever that is. I've got a lot of space here and there, but my /home partition was never near full before. I'd like to just nuke nepomuk, but fear

Re: [gentoo-user] 回复: [gentoo-user] Help!

2011-10-05 Thread Jonas de Buhr
Hello Lavender, we are going to help you. So please relax, tell your mail client to wrap lines at 72 characters and use the reply button to answer. For now, build a kernel with genkernel according to the handbook and stick to the rest of the hints you already got in the other replies. Save

Re: [gentoo-user] S.O.P.A and P.I.P.A and the blackout.

2012-01-20 Thread Chris Walters
even tell me the key ID). Saving the whole mail to a file and verifying the sig doesn't work either, that too is obvious because 1) only the text is signed, not the rest of the mail and b) the signed stuff and the sig need to be two different files for gpg --verify to work. So I saved

Re: [Bulk] Re: [gentoo-user] /etc/hosts include file?

2013-03-11 Thread Kevin Chadwick
He goes from advocating NAT444 to a spew of pejoratives about something. NAT444 is one of the nastiest, user-disempowering things to hit the Internet to date. The rest of this email is him bitching about having to parse CIDR notation. How disengenuous. He certainly doesn't. Did you miss

[gentoo-user] QEMU setup questions

2013-07-25 Thread Walter Dnes
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 05:16:21AM +0100, Kerin Millar wrote 2) What vncviewer or vncconnect parameters do I use to get to the qemu session? Assuming both server and client are run locally, connecting to either localhost:0 or localhost:5900 should work. Thanks. That helped me to get

Re: [gentoo-user] VPN question

2013-12-23 Thread Michael Orlitzky
On 12/23/2013 12:39 PM, Timur Aydin wrote: On 12/23/13 18:12, Michael Orlitzky wrote: Anything you can provide, it's not clear to the rest of us how many computers are involved. Is the web/mail server only the gatway, or is that the workstation that you're using (when, for example, trying

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: sanba mount on host machine

2006-11-06 Thread James Ausmus
marks when appropriate!): Of course it has a negative impact -- opposed to built-in storage, which should be faster than network based storage :-) I guess it was phrased awkwardly, but did you not see the rest of the post? == (Posted here again for clarity) Install as many HDD as mobo allows

Re: [gentoo-user] S.O.P.A and P.I.P.A and the blackout.

2012-01-19 Thread Dale
that have access to this list) can a)see that you have signed it and b)rest assured that no one has tampered with its content since you signed. If anyone intercepted the message mid-air and changed its content, your signature would show as bad in the recipients mail client (assuming

Re: [gentoo-user] QEMU setup questions

2013-07-25 Thread Kerin Millar
On 25/07/2013 09:54, Walter Dnes wrote: On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 05:16:21AM +0100, Kerin Millar wrote 2) What vncviewer or vncconnect parameters do I use to get to the qemu session? Assuming both server and client are run locally, connecting to either localhost:0 or localhost:5900 should

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