Re: FreeBSD Devil Image

2007-03-13 Thread Old Ranger
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Re: BASH as root shell (static linking)

2007-10-05 Thread Old Ranger
RW wrote: On Fri, 5 Oct 2007 20:09:46 -0400 Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, Oct 06, 2007 at 12:32:22AM +0100, RW wrote: On Fri, 5 Oct 2007 16:29:36 -0700 (PDT) Philip Hallstrom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 06/10/2007, at 5:45 AM, RW wrote: On

Re: who wrote this

2007-12-05 Thread Old Ranger
Jerry McAllister wrote: On Fri, Nov 30, 2007 at 06:12:40AM -0500, Gerard wrote: On November 30, 2007 at 02:37AM Erich Dollansky wrote: [ snip ] sensorship starts in the mind of the people. ^ censorship Well, maybe not if you are referring to the aesthetic

Re: Hello!

2007-08-20 Thread Old Ranger
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 17/08/07, Adam J Richardson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Branko Vukelic wrote: Hi, My name is Branko (a.k.a. FoxBunny in some circles). Until recently I was a Arch Linux user, and decided to give FreeBSD a try, for a better desktop experience. Thanks to the

Dell Inspiron 1501 Express PCI slot

2007-05-16 Thread Old Ranger
Greetings to all, Fed Ex delivered a Wistron Neweb CM9 Mini-PCI wireless nic to me today, with Atheros chipset. Made me very happy indeed! U, now I find that it won't fit in the PCI slot in my Dell Inspiron 1501 because Dell no longer uses standard sized PCI slots. They call them Express

Re: (no subject)

2006-11-07 Thread Old Ranger
Greetings, I agree with Bill. Get yourself a computer comparable to the one you wish to make the real install on, and go for it. That way, WHEN you make boo-boos, it won't cost you anything but time. You'll be glad you did. DO NOT make your first install on the critical machine Just some

Advice please

2006-11-22 Thread Old Ranger
Hello to all, I just ordered DSL from my phone service (and ISP) provider. I have a Dell dual core laptop enroute, with extras. The advice I'd like, is some do's and don'ts when switching from dial-up to DSL with FreeBSD. What are the pitfalls? I'd like to avoid as many as possible. Regards,

Re: Best laptop for Freebsd

2006-12-01 Thread Old Ranger
Abram B OLson wrote: I have an acer travelmate 2420 that requires ndis for the broadcom 4318 wireless card but other than that it works in linux and freebsd nearly out-of-the-box. I got it from newegg for 500 usd too. I'm very happy with it. Abe CyberSword wrote: I really can't say enough

Re: Duo core enable/support help.

2006-12-04 Thread Old Ranger
Mike Tancsa wrote: On Tue, 05 Dec 2006 00:40:50 +, in sentex.lists.freebsd.questions you wrote: Hello Gurus, I just had Intel 102, duo core, fresh freebsd 6.1r installed. but i have been told that i have to enable duo core thing in kernel what should i have there? only options

umass external usb floppy devices

2006-12-05 Thread Old Ranger
Greetings to all this morning, After several days of trying, reading, tweaking, and cursing.. I read up on supported umass usb devices supported by FreeBSD 6.1. The only umass usb external floppy drive I see in that list is a Panasonic external floppy. I have a TEAC FD-05PUB USB device. I

Re: cvsup and amd64

2006-12-15 Thread Old Ranger
On Friday 15 December 2006 18:04, Schmehl, Paul L wrote: Please tell me, did I need to specify anything specifically about the amd64 architecture when running cvsup? Did I possibly get a GENERIC kernel file through cvsup that is not compatible with amd?