Re: [gentoo-user] Nvidia Drivers. =(

2017-04-05 Thread Manuel McLure
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 9:53 AM, Alan Grimes wrote: > I hit the "view raw" link and used save as... I then copied it into the > "files" subdirectoy and portage threw a hissy fit and refused to do > anything because letting the user patch a package is simply > unthinkable!!!

Re: [gentoo-user] Changing glibc

2014-08-18 Thread Manuel McLure
One option is to copy the glibc version you want to some other directory and set LD_LIBRARY_PATH before starting the executable. Running ldd on all the executables/shared libraries in question should give you a list of all the shared libraries you might need to copy to a safe place. On Mon, Aug

Re: [gentoo-user] Tell cron to send email using sender:passwd@host:587 syntax?

2013-11-16 Thread Manuel McLure
On Sat, Nov 16, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Tanstaafl tansta...@libertytrek.orgwrote: No... I know all about running a local MTA. My real question is, why can portage do this (send emails without a local MTA installed)? Why did the gentoo devs decide to build an smtp client into it capable of

Re: [gentoo-user] system time 6-hr. ahead

2013-05-11 Thread Manuel McLure
For PHP you need to set the date.timezone variable in the php.ini file - that should fix things. For asterisk I have no clue. On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 10:31 PM, Joseph syscon...@gmail.com wrote: On 05/10/13 23:25, Joseph wrote: My computer time reported by asterisk server or php database is

Re: [gentoo-user] MySQL startup problem - interface does not have an address yet.

2013-01-24 Thread Manuel McLure
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 7:03 AM, Stroller strol...@stellar.eclipse.co.uk wrote: I think, to be rigorous, I would want to test this system (I'm not saying you should keep it this way) by setting the IP address statically for eth1. From what I'm understanding, this doesn't sound like a MySQL

[gentoo-user] MySQL startup problem - interface does not have an address yet.

2013-01-23 Thread Manuel McLure
I'm having a problem with booting my Gentoo system due to MySQL hanging at startup. My system is up-to-date stable (including udev-197, although I believe the problem started while I was still on 171) except for the kernel, which is at 3.1.10 because I can't seem to get lirc to work correctly on

Re: [gentoo-user] rsync from ext3 to vfat?

2012-02-17 Thread Manuel McLure
On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 1:03 PM, m...@trausch.us m...@trausch.us wrote: rsync works just fine with any normal set of options when using any sort of FAT as a destination.  There are, of course, a couple of gotchas:  - FAT has limitations on file sizes.  - FAT cannot store permissions or ACLs  

Re: [gentoo-user] LVM and LABELS in fstab

2011-11-16 Thread Manuel McLure
On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 6:52 PM, Dale rdalek1...@gmail.com wrote: OK.  I jumped into LVM.  I took my spare drive, put it to use with LVM.  Then copied data from my super large drive to it and backed up some to DVDs that wouldn't fit.  Then I put the big drive on LVM and put the stuff back.  

Re: [gentoo-user] /usr/bin/[ and coreutils

2011-10-11 Thread Manuel McLure
On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 10:35 PM, William Kenworthy bi...@iinet.net.au wrote: I have been checking my system for some deep seated problems and in the process, ran across the fact that equery files sys-apps/coreutils-8.7 shows a file included called /usr/bin/[ - thats right, left square

Re: [gentoo-user] hardened-sources reverted to 2.6.39-r8 :(

2011-09-23 Thread Manuel McLure
On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 2:27 PM, Francisco Blas Izquierdo Riera (klondike) klond...@gentoo.org wrote: Or you can just get the ebuilds for CVS: http://sources.gentoo.org/cgi-bin/viewvc.cgi/gentoo-x86/sys-kernel/hardened-sources/?hideattic=0 the patches for all those kernels are still there and

Re: [gentoo-user] hardened-sources reverted to 2.6.39-r8 :(

2011-09-22 Thread Manuel McLure
On Sep 21, 2011 9:13 PM, Francisco Blas Izquierdo Riera (klondike) klond...@gentoo.org wrote: Well deprecated version removal tends to happen because we are not going to aim for those versions stabilization AND there is a newer version available AND upstream tends to ignore bugs happening on

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Netatalk 2.2 for Gentoo?

2011-07-29 Thread Manuel McLure
On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 12:20 PM, Hartmut Figge h.fi...@gmx.de wrote: Ralph Seichter: as a Mac user who recently began migrating machines to OS X Lion, I am wondering if some kind soul is already working on net-fs/netatalk 2.2.0 for Gentoo? https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=353177

Re: [gentoo-user] How's the openrc update going for everyone?

2011-05-13 Thread Manuel McLure
On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 9:31 AM, William Hubbs willi...@gentoo.org wrote: That error message comes from iproute2, so it looks like you hit this bug: http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=366905 In a nutshell we are trying to convert ifconfig syntax to iproute2 syntax, but we do not do it

Re: [gentoo-user] How's the openrc update going for everyone?

2011-05-12 Thread Manuel McLure
Just ran into a gotcha with my main server upgrade to openrc/baselayout2 - it appears that the old ifconfig network syntax no longer works. I kept getting the message: Error: either local is duplicate, or netmask is garbage until I changed the syntax from config_eth0=XX.YY.ZZ.WW broadcast

Re: [gentoo-user] How's the openrc update going for everyone?

2011-05-10 Thread Manuel McLure
On Tue, May 10, 2011 at 2:55 PM, Dale rdalek1...@gmail.com wrote: I was curious, what's the results of the openrc update for people that have done theirs?  Is it pretty simple and just works or are there issues?  I'm mostly interested in x86 and amd64 since that is what I have.  Just a simple

Re: [gentoo-user] Qt3 deprecated, but Qt4 still not x86 (only ~x86)???

2010-02-10 Thread Manuel McLure
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 11:47 AM, Neil Bothwick n...@digimed.co.uk wrote: Upgrading from 0.21 to 0.22 was painless AFAIR. I made a backup of the database but didn't need. You do need to upgrade all backends and frontends at the same time, but then it's just a matter of restarting them and

Re: [gentoo-user] Buying a low-cost printer for Linux

2008-12-03 Thread Manuel McLure
On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 7:44 PM, Mark Knecht [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have a good way of figuring out what printers that you can actually buy in the retail market place actually have support in Linux? I sure don't. Almost all HP printers are well-supported in Linux using the hplip

Re: [gentoo-user] k3b demands audio support

2008-03-04 Thread Manuel McLure
On Tue, 4 Mar 2008 17:07:52 -0500, Philip Webb [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can anyone explain why K3b demands audio support, but Xcdroast doesn't ? root: root emerge -pv k3b These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies... done! [ebuild N ]

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 3.5

2006-05-26 Thread Manuel McLure
Anthony E. Caudel wrote: I see that KDE 3.5 finally made it out of testing. I plan to upgrade to it but since it is slotted, I'll have to unmerge 3.4 first. No problem, but I think I will then have to recompile all non-kde but related apps, such a k3b, that were compiled against the old

Re: [gentoo-user] Web mail

2006-05-03 Thread Manuel McLure
Nick Rout wrote: I am running courier as well. I haven't tried dovecot. My largest folder has about 75 emails so I guess performance should be fine. I am the opposite and delete everything. It has come to bite me in the bum many times. I need to start saving emails. I *just* (as in an

Re: [gentoo-user] Web mail

2006-05-03 Thread Manuel McLure
JimD wrote: Manuel McLure wrote: I *just* (as in an hour or so ago) upgraded from courier-imap to dovecot. On large folders (1000+ messages) dovecot is *much* faster. I'd say around 5x faster when bringing up the folder in Squirrelmail. Any major changes in setup? Any quirks with your

Re: [gentoo-user] openvpn multiple tunnels

2006-04-27 Thread Manuel McLure
Used to be you could have multiple tunnels open with vpn. when it changed to require /etc/openvpn/openvpn.conf, instead of launching all the tunnels, i can no longer figure out how to open multiple tunnels. the docs seem to mention an /etc/conf.d/openvpn file, but that didn't get created on

Re: [gentoo-user] drupal / php

2006-04-19 Thread Manuel McLure
On Mon, Apr 17, 2006 at 05:25:57PM +0100, Uwe Thiem wrote: I can't remember setting anything special, mysql or postgesql support in php is required to get anything useful. I didn't use the drupal package from gentoo, because it doesn't match the latest bug-fixed version of drupal. Although

Re: [gentoo-user] nvidia-kernel

2006-04-09 Thread Manuel McLure
Tamas Sarga wrote: So yes, the ebuild is there, but #equery l -p nvidia-kernel [ Searching for package 'nvidia-kernel' in all categories among: ] * installed packages [I--] [M ] media-video/nvidia-kernel-1.0.8178-r3 (0) * Portage tree (/usr/portage) [-P-] [ -]

Re: [gentoo-user] sudo difficulties

2006-04-05 Thread Manuel McLure
Grant wrote: I actually tried that first and when that failed I tried something like that specified here: www.gentoo.org/doc/en/sudo-guide.xml Either way I get: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ $ /sbin/shutdown -h now shutdown: you must be root to do that! Try sudo /sbin/shutdown -h now

Re: [gentoo-user] Issues with Dependencies

2006-03-31 Thread Manuel McLure
Lord Sauron wrote: Hi, I'm having a bit more trouble. I'm trying to re-compile KDE so that maybe some functionality which didn't compile right the first time will work. However, it says I've got some broken dependencies. localhost ~ # emerge --pretend kde These are the packages that I would

Re: [gentoo-user] Card games in portage

2006-03-28 Thread Manuel McLure
Neil Bothwick wrote: On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 17:03:26 -0500, Philip Webb wrote: I've always been amazed that there's no pgm to play Bridge on UNIX. There's abridge - http://www.abridgegame.org/ - for playing online, or did you me something to play against the computer? In the commercial

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: Monitor resolutions

2006-03-27 Thread Manuel McLure
JimD wrote: Does anyone know whey monitor resolutions go: 1024x768, 1152x864, 1280x1024 Shouldn't that last number be: 1280x960? I have a 17 and a 19 LCD and I have been wondering why both do 1280x1024 by default. Mostly history, I think. However, most monitors and video cards will do

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: Monitor resolutions

2006-03-27 Thread Manuel McLure
JimD wrote: OK, I switched to 1280x960 and noticed something weird. Here is the xdpyinfo for both resolutions. 1280x1024: screen #0: print screen:no dimensions:1280x1024 pixels (339x271 millimeters) resolution:96x96 dots per inch depths (7):24, 1, 4, 8, 15, 16, 32

Re: [gentoo-user] What's bringing in Mozzilla?

2006-03-26 Thread Manuel McLure
Ernie Schroder wrote: [ebuild U ] net-www/mplayerplug-in-3.21 [2.80] -gecko-sdk +gtk 204 kB [ebuild N] www-client/mozilla-firefox-1.0.7-r4 -debug -gnome +ipv6 +java -mozcalendar -mozdevelop -moznoxft -mozsvg +truetype -xinerama -xprint 32,131 kB [ebuild U ]

Re: [gentoo-user] got lprng?[SOLVED]

2006-03-01 Thread Manuel McLure
maxim wexler wrote: This didn't quite do it. But I followed the lprng link at linuxprinting.org and came across the sample printcap there which I adapted and...success! Except for the part where I actually understand what's going on :^( Well, I'm glad it's all finally working for you. I know

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: cups and ghostprint ESP

2006-02-21 Thread Manuel McLure
On Tuesday 21 February 2006 22:12, Harry Putnam wrote: No, I didn't have but I installed it after seeing your message. Restarted cups and see no improvement. The logs still say the bit bout ESP ghostscript. D [22/Feb/2006:00:10:23 -0600] Job 27 hold_until = 0 D [22/Feb/2006:00:10:23 -0600]

Re: [gentoo-user] fbsplash starting after local and not during boot

2006-02-17 Thread Manuel McLure
On 17 February 2006 17:35, Marco Calviani wrote: Since we're here and you're expert in this field, i would like to ask you if, like me, you experience problem in deleting the /etc/splash/default symlink: # rm -rf default/ rm: cannot remove `default/': Not a directory Remove the trailing / :

Re: [gentoo-user] still can't print

2006-02-12 Thread Manuel McLure
On Sunday 12 February 2006 11:05, maxim wexler wrote: 127.0.0.1 localhost sarawak # IPV6 versions of localhost and co Try 127.0.0.1 sarawak localhost (i.e. list the hostname of the machine first) -- Manuel A. McLure KE6TAW [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.mclure.org ...for in

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: CUPS not allowing configuration from browser

2006-02-10 Thread Manuel McLure
Mark Knecht wrote: Hi Manuel, Thanks very much. This has been helpful. However what we're finding is to completely use lpstat and lpoptions on printers out on the network, as well as the printer admin app within Gnome, we must have cupsd running locally. Other than that everything now works.

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: CUPS not allowing configuration from browser

2006-02-09 Thread Manuel McLure
Mark Knecht wrote: Hi Brett, Yes, I zapped it and tried restarting it but I get complaints. Try pgrep cupsd and see if there's a PID listed. If so, do pkill cupsd /etc/init.d/cupsd zap /etc/init.d/cupsd start What's probably happened is that etc-update updated the /etc/init.d/cupsd

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: CUPS -- fails better!

2006-02-01 Thread Manuel McLure
maxim wexler wrote: What I would try is to set up another printer queue, using Raw Printer - this makes cups get out of the way as much as it can (even more than -l would do.) Not sure, but if you mean sarawak heathen # cat cups_error /dev/lp0 then the result is as before: some noise

Re: [gentoo-user] CUPS -- fails better!

2006-01-29 Thread Manuel McLure
On Sunday 29 January 2006 10:54, maxim wexler wrote: One option to solve this is to emerge unix2dos and use the following command line: unix2dos filetoprint.txt | lp -l After removing and re-installing cups and installing unix2dos got this: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ $ unix2dos

Re: [gentoo-user] CUPS -- fails better!

2006-01-29 Thread Manuel McLure
On Sunday 29 January 2006 11:08, maxim wexler wrote: It was poppler. googling cups + poppler revealed this: http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200512-08.xml?style=printable Have I swapped one problem for another? The GLSA shows that newer versions of poppler have the security hole

Re: [gentoo-user] vim USE flag: vim-with-x

2006-01-27 Thread Manuel McLure
Walter Dnes wrote: Let me re-iterate what I'm trying to do... - In X, highlight a text string (e.g. a URL) in Firefox - hit {CTRL}{ALT}{F1}, taking me to a *REAL TEXT CONSOLE* running mutt or slrn, with vim as the editor - paste the complex URL directly into a message I'm composing

Re: [gentoo-user] Error message on kde startup

2006-01-24 Thread Manuel McLure
Paul wrote: Hi all, Recently I had to update about 24 packages, all went well and any config files were updated. However, I now have a problem when kde starts, I get an error-kdesktop message saying The KDE Mediamanager is not running In the control Centre - Service Manager under startup

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - Squirrelmail doesn't work after recent PHP upgrade

2006-01-24 Thread Manuel McLure
Michael Sullivan wrote: I'm having some trouble with Squirrelmail since the recent PHP upgrade. On almost every folder I click on in Squirrelmail (including the Inbox), I get this: Fatal error: Only variables can be passed by reference in

Re: [gentoo-user] trouble with CUPS

2006-01-20 Thread Manuel McLure
On Friday 20 January 2006 15:46, Statux wrote: I, personally, refuse to use CUPS because I can't get it to do raw text-only printing (ala my Oki Microline 320 Turbo). I use LPRng instead :/ This is definitely possible with CUPS - just create a queue and select Raw for make and Raw Queue for

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: need text viewer with delete and multiple files

2005-12-13 Thread Manuel McLure
Ben wrote: vim. There's probably other (better) ways, but: :!rm $filename :n! The first line tells vim to execute the shell command rm, you have to give it the filename, but that's displayed in the buffer anyway (or you can get it with ^G). Try: :!rm % % in a shell escape gets replaced

Re: [gentoo-user] system stopped booting

2005-12-09 Thread Manuel McLure
Michael George wrote: On Mon, Dec 05, 2005 at 09:57:47PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: About a week later, I booted it and it wouldn't boot. It got stuck at configuring system to use udev and never gets okay. I just sits there for ever. My system hangs at this point quite often. I have

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - Why is Gentoo so slow when internet is out?

2005-11-29 Thread Manuel McLure
Timur Aydin wrote: Having the exact same copy on each system does not sound correct. There should be a localhost alias in each /etc/hosts and it should point to the IP address of the relevant machine. No. Nononono. localhost should always point to 127.0.0.1. -- Manuel A. McLure KE6TAW [EMAIL

Re: [gentoo-user] Directory directive inside VirtualHost

2005-11-27 Thread Manuel McLure
On Saturday 26 November 2005 23:00, Joseph wrote: Any Apache guru on the list? Is Directory directive permitted inside VirtualHost directive? example from Gentoo /etc/apache2/vhosts.d/00_default_vhost.conf file: VirtualHost *:80 Directory /var/www/localhost/htdocs .

Re: [gentoo-user] mplayerplug-in downloads but doesn't play

2005-11-27 Thread Manuel McLure
On Sunday 27 November 2005 07:51, Mark Knecht wrote: Does anyone have this problem? I click a link, such as on the page I put in this email, I get a new Firefox window, mplayerplug-in seems to be downloading, but then never plays. If I look at processes using top and ps aux I do not see

Re: [gentoo-user] mplayerplug-in downloads but doesn't play

2005-11-27 Thread Manuel McLure
On Sunday 27 November 2005 11:03, Manuel McLure wrote: What version of mplayerplug-in are you running? I *greatly* recommend using at least 3.11 (which is still marked ~x86) - it's the first that works really well for me (the earlier releases would crash firefox when you left the page

Re: default stage3 (was : [gentoo-user] Is Gentoo still on the right path?)

2005-11-22 Thread Manuel McLure
Neil Bothwick wrote: Try plugging in a wireless NIC. It's not hard to set on up manually when you know what you are doing, but other distros will take care of this automatically. Perhaps if you're using WEP it's easier on a binary distro, but if you're using WPA-PSK it's a lot easier on

Re: [gentoo-user] kdelibs-3.4.1-r1 build fails

2005-11-22 Thread Manuel McLure
Ernie Schroder wrote: OK I haven't updated this box in 10 months and finally decided to spend some time on maintainance. I successfully ran emerge -u system last night and have updated my profile and gotten Xorg running. Now it's time to move on to world and kdelibs-3.4.2-r1 fails like so. I'm

Re: [gentoo-user] kdelibs-3.4.1-r1 build fails

2005-11-22 Thread Manuel McLure
Richard Fish wrote: On 11/22/05, Manuel McLure [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: /usr/portage/sys-devel/gcc/files/fix_libtool_files.sh 3.3.4 Just a note...that path should be /sbin/fix_libtool_files.sh. It may well exist in the portage tree, but there is no guarantee

Re: default stage3 (was : [gentoo-user] Is Gentoo still on the right path?)

2005-11-22 Thread Manuel McLure
William Kenworthy wrote: Actually, as someone who uses wireless across a number of nets, wireless on gentoo sucks hugely. Was at a presentation the other day and saw an Ubutu user just walk in, a couple of quick commands and he had connected - after much work I still cant do that to a

Re: default stage3 (was : [gentoo-user] Is Gentoo still on the right path?)

2005-11-21 Thread Manuel McLure
Steven Susbauer wrote: I hope that the new docs do have a How to recompile everything at the end somewhere though, for those of us that like the optimization. The new handbook links to http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/faq.xml#stage12 - how to get the equivalent of a Stage 1 install while still

Re: default stage3 (was : [gentoo-user] Is Gentoo still on the right path?)

2005-11-21 Thread Manuel McLure
George Garvey wrote: On Mon, Nov 21, 2005 at 04:17:45PM +0100, Holly Bostick wrote: reinstall, again I must wonder why he would complain that such a reinstall is now likely to be much easier, and lead to a functioning system (from which he can emerge -e world to his heart's content) much

Re: [gentoo-user] Is Gentoo still on the right path?

2005-11-16 Thread Manuel McLure
Mark Knecht wrote: Good points. I agree it doesn't seem like the Gentoo way to remove options, however, in response to Derek's original point about rising or fallign numbers of Gentoo new users it might be wise to make the default install Stage 3, thus making the newest users most likely more

Re: [gentoo-user] two ati-drivers packages using --deep --update

2005-11-08 Thread Manuel McLure
Mark Knecht wrote: So with the realtime kernels I cannot even built the ATI drivers at this time. I don't really know what to make of that. Maybe time will tell. I think you need the 8.18.8-r1 for 2.6.14-gentoo kernels, at least that's what the ChangeLog for ati-drivers says (apparently

Re: [gentoo-user] two ati-drivers packages using --deep --update

2005-11-07 Thread Manuel McLure
Mark Knecht wrote: From someone on the LKML I found out that the ATI binary drivers won't work on a 64-bit kernel so this is suddently not such an issue for me. The 32-bit drivers won't work on a 64-bit kernel, but ATI does provide 64-bit binary drivers as well (and the ebuild should download

Re: [gentoo-user] two ati-drivers packages using --deep --update

2005-11-07 Thread Manuel McLure
Mark Knecht wrote: On 11/7/05, Manuel McLure [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The 32-bit drivers won't work on a 64-bit kernel, but ATI does provide 64-bit binary drivers as well (and the ebuild should download the correct one depending on whether you're on a 64-bit or 32-bit Gentoo install

Re: [gentoo-user] two ati-drivers packages using --deep --update

2005-11-07 Thread Manuel McLure
Mark Knecht wrote: Yes, this much was in place. I wondered later if the issue is that my current kernel has DRM selected so that I Can get the radeon driver from the kernel. Possibly for the ATI driver I need to completely deselect DRM, rebuild the kernel, and then emerge the ATI drivers? I'm

Re: [gentoo-user] Collecting USE variables

2005-10-14 Thread Manuel McLure
Holly Bostick wrote: You could edit /etc/make.profile if you liked, I suppose, but Portage will update it at one or more various points anyway, and then where are you? One question for those with more USE flag-fu than I have - does the default set of USE flags depend on the packages that have

Re: [gentoo-user] Right recipe for gentoo-user procmail

2005-09-30 Thread Manuel McLure
Dave Nebinger wrote: Just set up the following recipe for postfix/courier-imapd/procmail: :0 * ^(From|Cc|To).*gentoo-user $HOME/.maildir/.Gentoo.User/new/ Sound about right? Guess I'll find out before many of you can even reply ;-) I use: :0 * ^List-Id:.*gentoo-user\.gentoo\.org

Re: [gentoo-user] New apache layout

2005-09-19 Thread Manuel McLure
A. Khattri wrote: Just went through the apache update on three servers. I duly removed /etc/apache/conf/apache.conf and restarted apache successfully. Question: can I safely remove /etc/apache/conf/* (after migrating any settings to the new conf files of course). I just did this on my web

Re: [gentoo-user] ati-drivers: bad md5 sum

2005-09-14 Thread Manuel McLure
Holly Bostick wrote: Would have done it months ago, Mike, if there was any way, but I really have absolutely no budget, even for an MX440 (true desperation, if I'm even considering an MX 440 in this day and age. But I'd rather that than a 5200, all things considered. What I'd really like -- a

Re: [gentoo-user] fbsplash

2005-07-10 Thread Manuel McLure
Uwe Thiem wrote: Hi folks, verbose mode of fbsplash doesn't seem to work any more. If I press F2 during the boot process or switch to a text console after booting the background is black instead of showing my specified picture. Same behaviour for the themes emergence, gentoo and my own

Re: [gentoo-user] fbsplash

2005-07-10 Thread Manuel McLure
Uwe Thiem wrote: Still no joy. Same behaviour as before. :-( Actually, I wouldn't give a rat's ass for it but this is for a customer, and looks are important. Did you update the /usr/src/linux symlink to point to linux-2.6.12-gentoo-r4? The splashutils ebuild uses that to figure out what

Re: [gentoo-user] sudo echo cannot write to /etc/ files ?

2005-07-06 Thread Manuel McLure
Holly Bostick wrote: So it will. Shoot. Oh, well. Maybe I'll rework this, or I should then ask for: 1) firewall recommendations (personal, as the router has one too; atm I'm liking firestarter) I've been very pleased with Shorewall as a firewall. -- Manuel A. McLure KE6TAW [EMAIL PROTECTED]