Re: [gentoo-user] Get those strange questions ready...

2005-10-04 Thread Frank Schafer
This will be the Gentoo - Genux equivalent to the Fedora - Redhat ? Sounds impressive. On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 14:44 -0400, Dave Nebinger wrote: Because gen-ux is temporarily offering free Gentoo support (thanks slashdot for the heads-up). http://www.gen-ux.com/node/16 --

Re: [gentoo-user] Get those strange questions ready...

2005-10-04 Thread capsel
I'm not sure but if it shouldn't be Genux - Gentoo and Fedora - Redhat. Note directions of arrows :) 2005/10/4, Frank Schafer [EMAIL PROTECTED]: This will be the Gentoo - Genux equivalent to the Fedora - Redhat ? Sounds impressive. On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 14:44 -0400, Dave Nebinger wrote:

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Installing an ebuild

2005-10-04 Thread Nick Rout
On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 22:15 -0500, Harry Putnam wrote: Brett I. Holcomb [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: ACCEPT_KEYWORDS only works on the command line you use it on. You need to add this to /etc/portage/package.keywords to make it stick. mail-filter/bogofilter ~x86 should do it. If you

Re: [gentoo-user] [smp related] 2.6.13 is 10x slower than 2.6.12!

2005-10-04 Thread Richard Brown
On 04/10/05, Iain Buchanan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Any pointers would be appreciated... Are you using gentoo-sources? This is the recommended routine here. http://dev.gentoo.org/~dsd/genpatches/bugs.htm The kernel does have a bugzilla, it's http://bugzilla.kernel.org Regards, -- Richard

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Installing an ebuild

2005-10-04 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Mon, 03 Oct 2005 22:15:24 -0500, Harry Putnam wrote: But what I'm puzzling about is how come esearch indicates a different version is installed: Did you run eupdatedb after installing the later version? easearch only shows what was installed and available when you last ran eupdatedb. --

Re: [gentoo-user] very slow transfer with USB-pen

2005-10-04 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 08:19:00 +0300, Rumen Yotov wrote: Recently (last week or two) the transfer to my USB-stick is too slow (10-12K). Not so when not using dbus-hal-ivman. Also tried the ~x86 versions same result. kernel-2.6.13-r2 (same speed with 2.6.12-r10). PS:haven't changed my config so

Re: [gentoo-user] GRUB speed up

2005-10-04 Thread Oliver Friedrich
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Pingveno wrote: Any optimization ideas out there? Yes, try to kick out the Splashimage... I think there's not much more, you can do... Greets BeowulfOF -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (GNU/Linux)

Re: [gentoo-user] man ksh appears not to be about the korn shell

2005-10-04 Thread Harald Arnesen
Harry Putnam [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Has anyone else noticed that man ksh displays a page that at least appears not to be about ksh93 or the newer korn shell? The first three items: NAME sh, rsh, pfsh - shell, the standard/restricted command and programming

[gentoo-user] Lock SSH user to their directory

2005-10-04 Thread Khan
Hello, I would like to give my friend ssh access to my server, but I would like to lock him only to his directory. Is that possible? TNX -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Lock SSH user to their directory

2005-10-04 Thread Martin Eisenhardt
Hi Khan, you might want to have a look into chroot or even jaildir. on an unrelated note, it is more or less customary to use your full name on this mailing list. Kind regards Martin Eisenhardt On Tuesday October 4 2005 10:53, Khan wrote: Hello, I would like to give my friend ssh access to

Re: [gentoo-user] Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread Mark Knecht
On 10/3/05, Dave Oxley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I have two Gentoo machines (specified as Server and Client for ease). The server networking is working fine, but the client cannot receive without lots of collisions. The speeds I get are: Server - Client (i.e. receive) 170.3Kb/sec

Re: [gentoo-user] Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread Dave Oxley
Hi Mark, Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, I had already tried power cycling my hub and it made no difference. Cheers, Dave. Mark Knecht wrote: On 10/3/05, Dave Oxley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I have two Gentoo machines (specified as Server and Client for ease). The server

Re: [gentoo-user] Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread kashani
Dave Oxley wrote: Hi Mark, Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, I had already tried power cycling my hub and it made no difference. Hubs only support half-duplex which pretty much guarantees collisions. Is it really a hub or are you just referring to yous switch as a hub? Assuming you

RE: [gentoo-user] Digest verification failed!

2005-10-04 Thread Nick Rout
On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 14:29 -0400, Dave Nebinger wrote: I can't figure out how to get past it. After changing the ebuild, type ebuild mailman-xxx.ebuild digest. This fixes the digest values. You should then be able to emerge mailman w/o resync. or type emerge --digest mailman --

Re: [gentoo-user] GRUB speed up

2005-10-04 Thread Folken
On Tue October 4 2005 07.00, Pingveno wrote: I've noticed that GRUB takes a rather long time to start up on my computer. Granted, this is PII 550 Mhz. But it takes several seconds just for GRUB, not for anything to do with the kernel starting. The attached file is, obviously, my configuration

Re: [gentoo-user] Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread Dave Oxley
Ah right. I did not know that! Yeah, its a hub. I'll stop trying to set it to full duplex now. I still have a problem though, the collision rate is 11-12% when copying to the client and the performance is terrible: Copying from Server to Client (i.e. receive) 170.3Kb/sec Copying from Client

Re: [gentoo-user] Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread Jonathan Wright
Dave Oxley wrote: Ah right. I did not know that! Yeah, its a hub. I'll stop trying to set it to full duplex now. I still have a problem though, the collision rate is 11-12% when copying to the client and the performance is terrible: Copying from Server to Client (i.e. receive) 170.3Kb/sec

Re: [gentoo-user] [smp related] 2.6.13 is 10x slower than 2.6.12!

2005-10-04 Thread fire-eyes
Iain Buchanan wrote: Not long ago, I griped about 2.6.13 being _very_ slow to boot and run. My original email is at the bottom. I've since recompiled the kernel without SMP and Hyperthreading, and the system is _much_ faster. So, there is a problem with 2.6.13 and SMP or Hyperthreaded

Re: [gentoo-user] broadcom BCM4309 chipset and 2005.1 install

2005-10-04 Thread William Kenworthy
I gave up on the wireless install (couldnt get ndiswrapper to work on knoppix - probably my lack of familiarity with it) and ended up using a network cable to copy across an existing (complete and running) P3 desktop system. Other than the fact I got out of sync and issued a rm -rfv / in the

[gentoo-user] What's happened to gnome ... I'm very frustrated

2005-10-04 Thread Richard Watson
I recently ran: # emerge --synce # emerge --update --deep --newuse world # emerge --depclean # revdep-rebuild Afterwards whenever I log into Gnome that's fine, but when I log out the screen goes blank and I have to power cycle the machine. Other symtoms are Gnome apps (such as evolution)

[gentoo-user] Re: man ksh appears not to be about the korn shell

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Harald Arnesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Not here: $ man ksh KSH(1) KSH(1) NAME ksh, rksh, pfksh - KornShell, a standard/restricted command and pro- gramming language Gack, what is the date on your man

[gentoo-user] Re: Installing an ebuild

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Nick Rout [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [...] don't you need to update esearch's database? eupdatedb? (sorry details hazy, i use eix now) Neil Bothwick [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [...] Did you run eupdatedb after installing the later version? easearch only shows what was installed and

[gentoo-user] [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
I seem to recall some trick stuff done with .htaccess or the like that would cause apache to be able to display any files appearing in a directory when someone hit www.myhost.org/somedir Anyone here know how that is done? -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] Re: Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread James
Dave Oxley dave at daveoxley.co.uk writes: Yeah, its a hub. I'll stop trying to set it to full duplex now. It is 40 times quicker in one direction than the other. Can you give me a hint where to go from here. Try connecting the 2 systems with only a 'cross-over cable' run the

Re: [gentoo-user] Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread Uwe Thiem
On 04 October 2005 07:28, Dave Oxley wrote: Hi all, I have two Gentoo machines (specified as Server and Client for ease). The server networking is working fine, but the client cannot receive without lots of collisions. The speeds I get are: Server - Client (i.e. receive) 170.3Kb/sec Client

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Catalin Trifu
Option Indexes Harry Putnam wrote: I seem to recall some trick stuff done with .htaccess or the like that would cause apache to be able to display any files appearing in a directory when someone hit www.myhost.org/somedir Anyone here know how that is done?

Re: [gentoo-user] Can't emerge K3B -- SOLVEDAGAIN

2005-10-04 Thread Andrew MacKenzie
9to5 looks like the tool for the job! Thanks for your help! Except of course that I get no support for DVD reading configured - exit I've emerged libdvdread and transcode, forcing the dvd flag on but I still get the same result. mplayer has no trouble playing DVDs. I think you need the

[gentoo-user] Re: ExtUtils/MakeMaker.pm troubles

2005-10-04 Thread James
Moshe Kaminsky kaminsky at math.huji.ac.il writes: Though ExtUtils::MakeMaker can be emerged as a separate package, it also comes bundled with perl. I don't know why you don't have it; Do you have the 'minimal' use flag set for perl? If so, I would try to re-emerge perl without it. OK,

[gentoo-user] Re: ExtUtils/MakeMaker.pm troubles

2005-10-04 Thread Moshe Kaminsky
* James [EMAIL PROTECTED] [04/10/05 18:05]: Moshe Kaminsky kaminsky at math.huji.ac.il writes: Though ExtUtils::MakeMaker can be emerged as a separate package, it also comes bundled with perl. I don't know why you don't have it; Do you have the 'minimal' use flag set for perl? If

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Catalin Trifu [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Option Indexes Harry Putnam wrote: I seem to recall some trick stuff done with .htaccess or the like that would cause apache to be able to display any files appearing in a directory when someone hit www.myhost.org/somedir Anyone here know how that

RE: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Michael Cox
Make sure that your httpd/apache user has permissions to /hpweb/TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography/ . Michael Cox -Original Message- From: news [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Harry Putnam Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2005 12:12 PM To: gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org Subject:

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Michael Crute
On 10/4/05, Harry Putnam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You don't have permission to access /hpweb/TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography/ on this server. However that directory has the same permissions as all others. (my user) Are you sure that it has execute permissions for everyone? -Mike --

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Mike Williams
On Tuesday 04 October 2005 17:23, Michael Cox wrote: You don't have permission to access /hpweb/TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography/ on this server. However that directory has the same permissions as all others. (my user) Put the All back as it was, and add an IfModule mod_access.c section to

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Michael Cox [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Make sure that your httpd/apache user has permissions to /hpweb/TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography/ . [...] Are you sure that it has execute permissions for everyone? It looks like this: reader ls -ld /var/www/localhost/htdocs/hpweb/\

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Michael Crute
On 10/4/05, Harry Putnam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It looks like this: reader ls -ld /var/www/localhost/htdocs/hpweb/\ TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography/ drwxrwxrwx 9 reader users 392 Oct 4 11:15 \ /var/www/localhost/htdocs/hpweb/TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography/ Should it be something

Re: [gentoo-user] sk98lin

2005-10-04 Thread Martin Ullrich
Hi! I tried both sk98lin (which works with SuSE) and skge. But none of them seems to detect my ethernet card correctly. Martin 2005/10/1, Mark Shields [EMAIL PROTECTED]: IIRC, sk98lin is deprecated; use skge instead (I have one Marvell Yukon Gigabit NIC on my home PC). On 10/1/05, Joseph

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Catalin Trifu
Which ebuild for apache do u use ? The newest ebuilds have taken out some config files. Check the /etc/conf.d/apache2 and see how it's started. try /usr/sbin/apache2 -S to see which vhosts are defined and where. If it's on the default vhost the: Directory / Option

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Mike Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Tuesday 04 October 2005 17:23, Michael Cox wrote: You don't have permission to access /hpweb/TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography/ on this server. However that directory has the same permissions as all others. (my user) Put the All back as it was, and

Re: [gentoo-user] What's happened to gnome ... I'm very frustrated

2005-10-04 Thread Kurt Guenther
Richard Watson wrote: I recently ran: # emerge --synce # emerge --update --deep --newuse world # emerge --depclean # revdep-rebuild Afterwards whenever I log into Gnome that's fine, but when I log out the screen goes blank and I have to power cycle the machine. Other symtoms are Gnome apps

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread James
Michael Crute mcrute at gmail.com writes: However that directory has the same permissions as all others. (my user) Are you sure that it has execute permissions for everyone? Um, here's a question. Does the 'apache' entry in /etc/group have anything to do with these permissions, in this

Re: [gentoo-user] equery not working

2005-10-04 Thread Wes Gray
On Mon, Oct 03, 2005 at 09:50:03PM -0500, Paul Varner wrote: equery works fine for me here. Two questions, which version of gentoolkit do you have installed? What does ls -ld /var/db/pkg/kde-base/kde* show? Here is the info requested: # emerge -p gentoolkit These are the packages that I

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Michael Crute
On 10/4/05, James [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael Crute mcrute at gmail.com writes: However that directory has the same permissions as all others. (my user) Are you sure that it has execute permissions for everyone? Um, here's a question. Does the 'apache' entry in /etc/group have

[gentoo-user] Automatic install script

2005-10-04 Thread Patrick Marquetecken
Hi, I'm working on a automatic install script, so that i can start the install and the 'next' morning i have a working server system. The only problem i have is when i emerge fails where can i see this ? /var/log/emerge.log TIA Patrick -- This is Unix-Land. In quiet nights, you can hear

Re: [gentoo-user] Automatic install script

2005-10-04 Thread Mauro Faccenda
On Tuesday 04 October 2005 15:43, Patrick Marquetecken wrote: Hi, I'm working on a automatic install script, so that i can start the install and the 'next' morning i have a working server system. The only problem i have is when i emerge fails where can i see this ? /var/log/emerge.log

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT shell scripting] how to wait a few seconds

2005-10-04 Thread Mariusz Pękala
Pause, wait? for x in {1..100}; do :; done just joking :-) -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by grep -i virus $MESSAGE pgp9axsHLzzRH.pgp Description: PGP signature

[gentoo-user] Save cflags for Xeon

2005-10-04 Thread Patrick Marquetecken
Hi, i'm looking for good cflags for a PowerEdgeTM SC1425 The Gentoo wike site Xeon w/EM64T (Intel) vendor_id : GenuineIntel cpu family : 15 model : 4 model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU 2.80MHz CHOST=x86_64-pc-linux-gnu CFLAGS=-march=nocona -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -mmmx -msse2 -mfpmath=sse

Re: [gentoo-user] equery not working

2005-10-04 Thread Paul Varner
On Tue, 2005-10-04 at 10:53 -0700, Wes Gray wrote: On Mon, Oct 03, 2005 at 09:50:03PM -0500, Paul Varner wrote: equery works fine for me here. Two questions, which version of gentoolkit do you have installed? What does ls -ld /var/db/pkg/kde-base/kde* show? Here is the info requested:

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: man ksh appears not to be about the korn shell

2005-10-04 Thread Harald Arnesen
Harry Putnam [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Harald Arnesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Not here: $ man ksh KSH(1) KSH(1) NAME ksh, rksh, pfksh - KornShell, a standard/restricted command and pro- gramming

RE: [gentoo-user] What's happened to gnome ... I'm very frustrated

2005-10-04 Thread Richard Watson
I'm not having any problems and I just rebuilt xorg-x11. Are you x86 or ~x86? I'm running X86 - Thanks for replying. How would I force a Gnoe re-install? -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.9/116 - Release Date:

Re: [gentoo-user] Athlon 64 time...

2005-10-04 Thread Preston Hagar
I have the nForce 4 based MSI K8N Neo4 with a Athlon 64 3700+ with 1GHz FSB and have had no problems. I chickened out, however and installed Gentoo x86 on it because I use the machine for QT software development and didn't want to have to worry about 64 bit compatability and all of the packages

Re: [gentoo-user] What's happened to gnome ... I'm very frustrated

2005-10-04 Thread gentuxx
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Richard Watson wrote: I'm not having any problems and I just rebuilt xorg-x11. Are you x86 or ~x86? I'm running X86 - Thanks for replying. How would I force a Gnoe re-install? You could either uninstall and reinstall: emerge -Cv

[gentoo-user] Latex spacing problem

2005-10-04 Thread Joseph
Is there any Tetex/Latex guru on the list? I'm trying to modify the formation line in purchase_order.tex form. I think this line is responsible how the entry items are formated: [EMAIL PROTECTED]@{\extracolsep [EMAIL PROTECTED] However, the line above if the part number is long the description

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Michael Crute [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: var L www L vhost1 -- userb/apache (751) L vhost 2 -- usera/apache (751) L cgi-bin -- usera/apache (751) L htdocs -- usera/apache (751) | L folder 1 -- usera/apache

[gentoo-user] /usr/X11R6/X11R6/X11R6/X11R6/....

2005-10-04 Thread Matthias Langer
By accident i recognized that the link /usr/X11R6/ conatains itself - leading to an infinite recursion, as hinted in the subject of this message ... I don't think that this is a problem, but i doubt that this behavour is intended. Maybe i should mention that this doesn't change after removing

Re: [gentoo-user] /usr/X11R6/X11R6/X11R6/X11R6/....

2005-10-04 Thread Daniel Faulknor
I have noticed the same thing, and no removin the symlink or reemerging xorg doesnt seem to work either Daniel Faulknor On 10/5/05, Matthias Langer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: By accident i recognized that the link /usr/X11R6/ conatains itself -leading to an infinite recursion, as hinted in the

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Harry Putnam [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Catalin Trifu [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Option Indexes Harry Putnam wrote: I seem to recall some trick stuff done with .htaccess or the like that would cause apache to be able to display any files appearing in a directory when someone hit

[gentoo-user] mozilla usage monitoring

2005-10-04 Thread Mark Knecht
Hi, My wife is asking how she can keep track of where our son is going on the web. We're all Linux based. She can hang out here on her PC and see that he's using mozilla from something simple like 'top', but whe wants to be able to monitor where he goes and when he goes there. I know that

Re: [gentoo-user] mozilla usage monitoring

2005-10-04 Thread John Jolet
On Tuesday 04 October 2005 20:17, Mark Knecht wrote: Hi, My wife is asking how she can keep track of where our son is going on the web. We're all Linux based. She can hang out here on her PC and see that he's using mozilla from something simple like 'top', but whe wants to be able to

Re: [gentoo-user] Network collisions

2005-10-04 Thread Dave Oxley
Its on board the motherboard. I could put a second NIC in but I don't want to waste the pci slot. This is an HTPC. Dave. Uwe Thiem wrote: On 04 October 2005 07:28, Dave Oxley wrote: Hi all, I have two Gentoo machines (specified as Server and Client for ease). The server networking is

Re: [gentoo-user] mozilla usage monitoring

2005-10-04 Thread Iain Buchanan
On Tue, 2005-10-04 at 18:17 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote: Hi, My wife is asking how she can keep track of where our son is going on the web. We're all Linux based. She can hang out here on her PC and see that he's using mozilla from something simple like 'top', but whe wants to be able to

Re: [gentoo-user] mozilla usage monitoring

2005-10-04 Thread Iain Buchanan
or 3) monitor his mozilla history file, if you have access to his home directory. If you copied it to your own mozilla directory, you'd get dates and times as well as specific links... (Standard disclaimer about evil monitoring applies ;) -- Iain Buchanan [EMAIL PROTECTED] --

Re: [gentoo-user] mozilla usage monitoring

2005-10-04 Thread John Jolet
On Tuesday 04 October 2005 20:36, Iain Buchanan wrote: or 3) monitor his mozilla history file, if you have access to his home directory. If you copied it to your own mozilla directory, you'd get dates and times as well as specific links... (Standard disclaimer about evil monitoring applies

Re: [gentoo-user] mozilla usage monitoring

2005-10-04 Thread Joe Menola
On Tuesday October 4 2005 8:36 pm, Iain Buchanan wrote: or 3) monitor his mozilla history file, if you have access to his home directory. If you copied it to your own mozilla directory, you'd get dates and times as well as specific links... (Standard disclaimer about evil monitoring applies

Re: [gentoo-user] mozilla usage monitoring

2005-10-04 Thread Nick Rout
Mark I went about it another way. I installed ipcop as my router/gateway and an ipcop extra called cop+. It does great filtering - stopping much bad stuff using dansguardian. On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 18:17:19 -0700 Mark Knecht wrote: Hi, My wife is asking how she can keep track of where our son

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: man ksh appears not to be about the korn shell

2005-10-04 Thread Nick Rout
which korn shell do you have installed. I can count thre of them in portage: ksh mksh pdksh On Tue, 04 Oct 2005 08:37:10 -0500 Harry Putnam wrote: Harald Arnesen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Not here: $ man ksh KSH(1)

[gentoo-user] vmware 2.6.13-ck6 ipaq won't sync

2005-10-04 Thread Michael W. Holdeman
After upgrading from 2.6.11-ck8 to the 2.6.13-ck6, and selecting the usb comparable, and in fact I have run kdiff3 on teh .config files from both kernels and don't really find any differences that should effect this. Symptom: VMWare workstation and activesync will not sync with my pocketPC if

[gentoo-user] Re: man ksh appears not to be about the korn shell

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Nick Rout [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: which korn shell do you have installed. I can count thre of them in portage: ksh mksh pdksh * app-shells/ksh Latest version available: 93.20040229 Latest version installed: 93.20040229 Size of downloaded files: 3,209 kB Homepage:

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT apache Q] How to make apache display files in specific directories

2005-10-04 Thread Harry Putnam
Harry Putnam [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Also I noticed that just including the parent dir is enough. That is, just `[...]/hpweb' not hpweb/TrainingVids/DigitalPhotography Slight correction here... The only reason above worked was because I had edited -All to +All in main `Directory' entry.

Re: [gentoo-user] sk98lin

2005-10-04 Thread Glenn Enright
On Tue, 04 Oct 2005 17:00, Martin Ullrich wrote: Hi! I tried both sk98lin (which works with SuSE) and skge. But none of them seems to detect my ethernet card correctly. Martin 2005/10/1, Mark Shields [EMAIL PROTECTED]: IIRC, sk98lin is deprecated; use skge instead (I have one Marvell

Re: [gentoo-user] /usr/X11R6/X11R6/X11R6/X11R6/....

2005-10-04 Thread Dirk Heinrichs
Am Mittwoch, 5. Oktober 2005 02:48 schrieb ext Matthias Langer: ..., but i doubt that this behavour is intended. Yes, it is. Bye... Dirk -- Dirk Heinrichs | Tel: +49 (0)162 234 3408 Configuration Manager | Fax: +49 (0)211 47068 111 Capgemini Deutschland | Mail: [EMAIL