Re: stdarg.h

2002-02-20 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on February 20, Clint Tevlin managed to emit: Not a linux issue really but... I'm relatively new to C programming and am having trouble with stdarg.h when used with TIFFSetField in the libtiff package. What is the error message you are getting? Kurt -- Bloom's Seventh

Re: test ignore!

2002-02-20 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on February 20, Ken Moffat managed to emit: sorry Is that an apology or a self-description? ;-) K -- You attempt things that you do not even plan because of your extreme stupidity. ___ Linux-users mailing list -

Re: gethostbyaddress

2002-02-25 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on February 25, Bill Day managed to emit: Feb 25 04:59:41 linuxbox sendmail[15233]: gethostbyaddr(63.140.120.100) failed: 1 A return value of 1 maps to HOST_NOT_FOUND in /usr/include/netdb.h, which means that an authoritative answer to the query was not found. Kurt -- When

Re: Email Signature

2002-02-25 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on February 25, Cidadão Dorense managed to emit: Hi All! I've seen people using some interesting things for email signatures. Some use some funny comments found inside Linux Kernel source, some use the output of commands such as uptime. That is pretty cool... How can I

Re: Email Signature

2002-02-25 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on February 25, Cidadão Dorense managed to emit: Oops! I've should have checked there first! Yup. :-) Thanks a lot Kurt. No problem. BTW, another thing I think is cool is to replace the someone@somewhere wrote that for other things, like you just did when replying to

Re: Email Signature

2002-02-26 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on February 26, Cidadão Dorense managed to emit: Thanks, Keith! I believe though that Kurt doesn't change it himself all the time. Kurt, is that a script that your Mail client point to or is a feature of that client? BTW, what is the client you use? The email signature

Re: Problems with tar-1.13

2002-03-05 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 05, Bill Campbell managed to emit: I recently disovered a problem with tar-113 where it has apparently changed option handling (one of my least favorite traits of free software :-) The ``-L size'' option that has been working for years on tar-112 and earlier now

Re: Problems with tar-1.13

2002-03-06 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 05, Bill Campbell managed to emit: On Tue, Mar 05, 2002 at 03:34:59PM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It works here on my tar: $ tar --version tar-1.13.19 What distribution? Can you point to SRPMS so I can compare with the Caldera versions? I have a RedHat

Re: memory leak in 2.4.17

2002-03-07 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 06, Shawn Tayler managed to emit: Hi Guys, Anyone have memory leakage or growth problems with 2.4.17? I applied the pre-emptive patch too mine and I seem to be having a strange memory use growth. I was wondering if anyone with a stock 2.4.17 has seen anything

Re: Can I....

2002-03-07 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 07, Harry G managed to emit: post questions dealing with any Linux distro, or is the list distro specific? distro-neutral. K -- It's amazing how many people you could be friends with if only they'd make the first approach.

Re: [OT] 'We'll play nicely' says Microsoft

2002-03-14 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 13, Zoran managed to emit: *** No comment... http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_187/1870263.stm We need to be a responsible leader for our industry, [Balmer] said. We have to be a respectful, open and appropriate competitor. Right. K -- You

Re: query formats with rpm

2002-03-18 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 17, Joel Hammer managed to emit: Could someone give me an example of using query formats with rpm? The man page says -qf followed by the format tag, like %{NAME} should do something useful, but I can't get it to work, at least on uninstalled packages. Thanks, Joel

Re: lilo -R equivalent for GRUB

2002-03-22 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 21, Keith Morse managed to emit: Been reading the docs and doing various searches on Google and www.deja.com. Still haven't found if this is possible. Ideas? How about just rewriting the MBR with something like: dd if=/dev/zero of=/your/disk bs=446 count=1 Kurt

Re: anyone using the pre-empt kernel patch?

2002-03-22 Thread kurt . wall
Typing furiously on March 22, Net Llama managed to emit: Just wondering if anyone had tried out the kernel pre-empt patch, and if so, what were the results? I've read some encouraging stuff, but what i want are personal stories of whether there is a noticable performance improvement on a

Re: PPoE Setup

2002-03-26 Thread Kurt Wall
In a lather, M.W.Chang blathered: adsl-setup adsl-start adsl-stop that's all I used. I generated two /etc/ppp/pppoe.conf and cp them to /etc/ppp/pppoe.demand and /etc/ppp/pppoe.persist respectively. I called adsl-start with the right one at different time. Thanks, MW. FYI, the

Re: PPoE Setup

2002-03-26 Thread Kurt Wall
In a lather, Net Llama blathered: --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, list, Has anyone used PPoE to connect with their ISP? Any gotchas I need to know about? I have _no_ experience with PPPoE, however from what i've heard, if you use Roaring Penguin, its quite simple to setup

Re: PPoE Setup

2002-03-26 Thread Kurt Wall
In a lather, Tom Wilson blathered: I set up Roaring Penguin on edesktop a little over a year ago and it was pretty cut dry. I had no problems. I don't use it anymore though so I'm not to sure about any new versions. Just the kind of information I was looking for, Tom. Thanks. K --

Re: PPoE Setup

2002-03-26 Thread Kurt Wall
In a lather, Burns MacDonald blathered: Yep, I use it. I use David Skolls' PPOE from Roaring Penguin. It works quite well. We had a small issue locally where we had to kick the modem everynow and then, but that was because of the Bell Nexxia network. The readme, etc that comes with the

Re: Linus Quitting

2002-04-01 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 01, David A. Bandel managed to emit: On Mon, 1 Apr 2002 17:10:02 -0500 begin Eyore [EMAIL PROTECTED] spewed forth: http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/linux/linux-kernel/2002-13/0063.html I almost split my side laughing -- truly ROFLMAO. Happy April Fool. I'm

Re: Kernel rewrite for 3.0

2002-04-01 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 01, David A. Bandel managed to emit: http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/linux/linux-kernel/2002-13/0132.html The first one was much better. K -- Are you a turtle? ___ Linux-users mailing list -

Re: Linus Quitting

2002-04-01 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 01, dep managed to emit: [Linus' April Fool message] problem is, linus didn't post any of 'em. they're posted by people spoofing his address, and not very well, either. for instance, this year's was from an isp in russia.

Re: (day two) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-02 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 02, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: Bruce Marshall spewed electrons into the ether that assembled into: Sounds much better Is it still in the South Pacific? No, unless Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A., Planet Earth, Sol is in the South Pacific, and the last time

Re: (day two) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-02 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 03, Keith Antoine managed to emit: This is possibly prophetic, as it would not take much of a sealevel rise g. Just go to the beach in your thong. That should stop the tide dead in its tracks. ;-) Kurt -- You will step on the night soil of many countries.

Re: (day two) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-02 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 02, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: Kurt Wall spewed electrons into the ether that assembled into: No, unless Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A., Planet Earth, Sol is in the South Pacific, and the last time I saw him, Doug wasn't wearing a grass skirt (the mind boggles

Re: (day two) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-02 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 02, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: [choppety slash] dude, where you been? I changed the editors alias for you so that it would stop bouncing off kurtwerks.com, and still no word from you. Timesys is really keeping you busy huh? Oh, and don't panic when

Re: (day three) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-03 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 03, toylet.linux[¤pª±·N] managed to emit: submission agreement? is it really necessary? adults... :) Yes, it is really necessary. It is there to protect both the SxS as a whole and individual submitters. Kurt -- Your present plans will be successful.

Re: KDE 3.0 is out!

2002-04-03 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 04, Federico Voges managed to emit: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi, The whole src directory is ~340MB (excluding the old-i18n dir in it). Ideal for dial-up users ;) Good grief. I just just downloaded the source code for XFC 3.8.14, which

Re: KDE 3.0 is out!

2002-04-03 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 03, Rick Sivernell managed to emit: On Wed, 3 Apr 2002 22:47:57 -0500 Kurt Wall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Scribbling feverishly on April 04, Federico Voges managed to emit: The whole src directory is ~340MB (excluding the old-i18n dir in it). Ideal for dial

Re: (day four) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-05 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 04, burns managed to emit: On April 4, 2002 02:28 pm, Rick McQueen-Thomson wrote: FWIW, I like the new design. I think Tux looks too studious. I still think he needs to be sipping on a daiquiri or a Planter's Punch as well as reading. Or a beer.

Re: (day four) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-05 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 05, Michael Scottaline managed to emit: On Thu, 4 Apr 2002 22:27:37 -0500 burns [EMAIL PROTECTED] scribbled intuitively: On April 4, 2002 02:28 pm, Rick McQueen-Thomson wrote: FWIW, I like the new design. I think Tux looks too studious. I still think he

Re: (day four) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-05 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 05, Roger Oberholtzer managed to emit: [...] Which isn't to say that Starbucks makes good coffee -- they don't. Glad to report the total absence of Starbucks in this country. I could just hear the Italian guy down the block laugh when I ask for either a

Re: (day three) - your opinion on the new design needed

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 04, David A. Bandel managed to emit: On Wed, 3 Apr 2002 22:43:17 -0500 begin Marvin Dickens [EMAIL PROTECTED] spewed forth: [snip] But then again, what do I know...?... Kurt and David B. are better equipped than I am at this sort of thing. Indeed. When

Anyone Used CML2?

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Subject line says it. CML2 is the configuration system Eric Raymond wrote for the kernel (orginally -- extensible to other similar uses). I played with it at work the other day and was very impressed. It gives you access to all of the help text, has searchable help text, and a *very* sensible

New Steps: April 6, 2002

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
LILO - Booting Quietly (Kurt Wall) Kurt -- Try to value useful qualities in one who loves you. ___ Linux-users mailing list - http://linux-sxs.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-users Subscribe/Unsubscribe info, Archives,and Digests are located at the above

Re: New Steps: April 6, 2002

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Federico Voges managed to emit: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi, Just read it: nice. I have one question about it, the messages are still logged (dmesg)?? Yup. I suppose they do, but I don't want to reboot my server just to try it

Re: Anyone Used CML2?

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Jerry McBride managed to emit: On Sat, 06 Apr 2002 10:04:09 -0500 Kurt Wall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Subject line says it. CML2 is the configuration system Eric Raymond wrote for the kernel (orginally -- extensible to other similar uses). I played

Re: kde3 rocks!

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: [snippety hack] I do everything as root! Keeps me on my toes. Oh my God. Don't do that! ;-) Kurt -- You will gain money by a fattening action. ___ Linux-users mailing list -

XDM Login Broken

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Okay, so I upgraded XFree and now I can't login using XDM (spare me the use KDM/GDM, please). I login without incident, the screen clears as if getting ready to start my session, and then I'm back at the login window. This happens for root and mortal users. I can use startx just fine, as root and

Re: khttps and virtual apache hosts

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: anyone got any tips/pointers/urls/etc on how to make khttpd deal with multiple virtual hosts on the same machine with different DOCROOT values? from what I can tell, khttpd can only be given one document root. ;( That's how

Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Net Llama managed to emit: --- Kurt Wall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Okay, so I upgraded XFree and now I can't login using XDM (spare me the use KDM/GDM, please). I login without incident, the screen clears as if getting ready to start my session

Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Net Llama managed to emit: Oh, something else, do you have a XFree86.0.log in /var/log? That might shed some additional light on the situation. No, nothing useful or out of the ordinary. K -- You can create your own opportunities this week. Blackmail a

Re: kde3 rocks!

2002-04-06 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Rick Sivernell managed to emit: On Sat, 6 Apr 2002 19:21:27 -0500 Kurt Wall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I guess I anal too, I follow in the wake of Doug Kurt David Net LLamma who are the Master Gurrus here, this makes me look good too. Master Gurrus? Hardly

Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-07 Thread Kurt Wall
[EMAIL PROTECTED] on Sat, Apr 06, 2002 at 10:27:03PM -0500 Scribbling feverishly on April 06, Joel Hammer managed to emit: I HAD a very similar problem. One linux box (The X server which runs X -direct client or X :2 -indirect chooserbox) could only connect to one of three willing clients

Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-07 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 07, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: On Saturday 06 April 2002 21:41, Kurt Wall wrote: From $HOME/.xsession-errors: Xlib: connection to :0.0 refused by server Xlib: Client is not authorized to connect to Server Error: Can't open display: :0 somethings

Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-07 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 07, Bill Campbell managed to emit: On Sat, Apr 06, 2002 at 09:41:32PM -0500, Kurt Wall wrote: Okay, so I upgraded XFree and now I can't login using XDM (spare me the use KDM/GDM, please). I login without incident, the screen clears as if getting ready to start

Re: Upgrading XFree86 4.1 to 4.2

2002-04-07 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 07, Susan Macchia managed to emit: Hi all, Greets. I'm running a pretty much stock SuSE 7.3 distro running XFree 4.1.1 with kde 2.2.1 and gnome 1.4. I'm thinking of upgrading to XFree86 4.2 and was wondering if I'd have to update my kde and gnome packages.

Re: speed of transfer

2002-04-08 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 08, m.w.Chang managed to emit: I also found ethstatus. I wonder what buzzwords one should use to locate this kind of gimmicks. [root@server PPPStatus-v0.4.2]# make cc -O2 -Wall -c -o pppstatus.o pppstatus.c pppstatus.c:45: net/if_ppp.h: No such file or

Re: guru input needed! (re-inventing disk quotas)

2002-04-08 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 08, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: Morning all: I have a client that wants to migrate to Linux from Solaris, but one of their main gotchas is the quota support in Linux. They believe (as do I) that quotas seem to be the first thing broken (and the

Re: Gentoo news OT

2002-04-08 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 07, Collins managed to emit: On Sun, 7 Apr 2002 22:33:56 -0500 Kurt Wall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What is WWTLRD?, pray tell? Anything like WWJD? What would the lone ranger do? Gotcha. thanks. Kurt -- Slow day. Practice crawling

Re: Time to switch

2002-04-09 Thread Kurt Wall
[newlines added for easier reading] Scribbling feverishly on April 09, Wil McGilvery managed to emit: I have presented the owner of our company the bill for our M$ servers and client access licenses. One that I am sure he will choke on. Just curious, but how much will he choke? I am

Re: Make errors

2002-04-09 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 09, Brian Witowski managed to emit: This is related to the issues I had with installing Qt 3.0.3. I finally got it to install. I was missing some necessary switches. It installed without error. Now, the app I'm trying to install (kmyfirewall) is puking

Re: QT Install problems

2002-04-09 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 09, Rick Sivernell managed to emit: Dennis / Kurt or Any one else In the book call CNU C++ they talk about a tdate.h cpp files. During compile I get an error of unknown external. I take it that this gnu stuff should it be on ew 3.1.1 /3.1 systems.

Re: xfree-lite

2002-04-09 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 09, m.w.Chang managed to emit: You should give it a try if you don't like IE. But IE is too popular among the kids to be removed from Win98 or be ignored anyway. Thanks, I'll pass. Is it do-able after full/partial installation? To avoid missing some crucial

Re: Time to switch

2002-04-09 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 09, Net Llama! managed to emit: WTF?? I tried to load that page, and gave up after the 130KB background image stalled mid-way through download. I saw some BS about Visual FoxPro as well. I think Wil was looking to escape M$ debauchery, not get further

Re: [submission] protfptd.html

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 10, M.W.Chang managed to emit: bugfix Thanks. I'll get this up shortly. Please send submissions to [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kurt -- Never look up when dragons fly overhead. ___ Linux-users mailing list -

Re: Time to switch

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
[newlines added for easier reading] Scribbling feverishly on April 10, Wil McGilvery managed to emit: To answer Kurt's questions... One of our companies is a M$ Partner and I used to get free licensing. Nice, that. Now the freebies are being cut back and I have to ante up for extra

Re: Time to switch

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 10, Net Llama! managed to emit: On Wed, 10 Apr 2002, Kurt Wall wrote: Scribbling feverishly on April 10, Wil McGilvery managed to emit: If Exchange is just being used as a mail server, I believe it is easy to replace with other Sendmail, PostFix, Exim

Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 07, Bill Campbell managed to emit: [select snippage] On Sun, Apr 07, 2002 at 07:26:05PM -0500, Kurt Wall wrote: 1) I don't have an xserverrc. Admittedly, this *may* be part of the problem, and I foolishly didn't save the working configuration before

Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 07, Joel Hammer managed to emit: * #any host can get a login window * CHOOSER BROADCAST #any indirect host can get a chooser Okay, I did this and was able to log in using XDM, *but*: 1. My window

FIXED: Re: XDM Login Broken

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 07, Bill Campbell managed to emit: [tale of woe deleted] Actually it's a problem with the DISPLAY variable. For some reason which I've never been able to understand, starting X sometimes wants to use DISPLAY=:0.0 which isn't allowed by the default

Logitech ClickSmart 310

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Okay, so I finally caved and ordered a digital camera, a the one mentioned in the subject line -- it was free, what can I say. Anyone used one of these critters with Linux? A quick and shallow Google search revealed some promising info at http://www.smcc.demon.nl/webcam/, but no real mention of

Re: Logitech ClickSmart 310

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 10, Net Llama! managed to emit: On Wed, 10 Apr 2002, Bruce Marshall wrote: Check it out at: www.bmarsh.com/weather (not a very exciting view however) Hrmm...what's all the white stuff on the ground? ;) Cocaine. Lots of cocaine. ;-) K -- The time is

Re: Tar down load

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 10, Rick Sivernell managed to emit: List I have a large tar file to down load, but ftp says it is too big for it. What will do this for me? Thanks in advance. I've only encountered this using ftp clients on proprietary *NIXen that have hard-coded limits.

Re: Tar down load

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 10, Rick Sivernell managed to emit: Kurt / Joel It is just regular tar file of a downloads that I have accumalated. I am transferring to a new box for install. Nothing speacial here [rick@RSivernell rick]$ ll /opt/DownLoads/*tar -rw-r--r--1

Re: configuring linux kernel

2002-04-10 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 10, Wilson A. Galafassi Jr. - Hitechweb managed to emit: how to configure a linux kernel to support modversions.h??? thanks Run make menuconfig in /usr/src/linux, select Loadable module support, then press y or Y for [*] Enable loadable module support [*]

Re: configuring linux kernel

2002-04-11 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 11, Brian Witowski managed to emit: Do you not recommend xconfig or did you overlook it? Neither. It is more difficult to document, that's all. [...] Kurt -- You may be gone tomorrow, but that doesn't mean that you weren't here today.

Re: KDE3 compile error: kdebinsings

2002-04-11 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 11, Tim Wunder managed to emit: [...] Doing 'make -i' got it to compile. (As I understand it, the -i switch ignores errors and compiles that which can be compiled.) Considering that this is a real bug, I find it odd that Doug didn't see this error when he

Re: ext3 vs. reiserFS

2002-04-12 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 12, Harry G managed to emit: I am going to be setting up a new workstation, probably with Suse. I have a little experience with ext 3 file system (OK so far) but are there any advantages of one over the other? File integrity is the prime consideration, as

Re: New list feature!

2002-04-12 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 12, Douglas J Hunley managed to emit: Just thought I'd let everyone know that all mailing lists on linux-sxs.org (and anyone who has an email account on the box) is now protected from viruses by File::Scan. K3w1. Kurt -- Your object is to save the world,

Re: Opinions on the enlightenment window manager

2002-04-12 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 12, Net Llama! managed to emit: Kurt Wall wrote: [...] Great, just what we need, *another* pig for a Grand High Falutin' reverbDesktop Environment/reverb. What can you expect when you have two egos as bloated as Mandrake Raster leading the team

Re: ext3 vs. reiserFS

2002-04-12 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 12, Net Llama! managed to emit: Kurt Wall wrote: That said, allow me to recommend a book, Linux Filesystems, written by William von Hagen. It was written with a 2.4.9 kernel in mind, but the issues should be the same. He covers all of the major and some

Re: ext3 vs. reiserFS

2002-04-12 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 12, Net Llama! managed to emit: Collins wrote: xfs questions 1) now that it's available in kernel source, is the version merged It is? When did that happen? That's great news from my perspective, as waiting for the patch is always a pain. Hmm, it's

Re: Opinions on the enlightenment window manager

2002-04-13 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 13, Collins managed to emit: [ snips ] [mondo snippage] Who knows. At this point I really can't see myself spending the time to go to KDE 3 so if it's fixed fine, if not fine. essentially telling people that the release software is not supported just

Re: net work stuff

2002-04-13 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 13, Rick Sivernell managed to emit: List Have installed ew 3.1.1 system w/ xfce, everything works except I cannot get to internet. I have done the following: 1. compared all files on system that have ip address to working system, all match up. 2.

Re: How to recover the first .config file

2002-04-13 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 13, patrick Kapturkiewicz managed to emit: Hi, I wish to modify some parameters like shmmax directly in /usr/src/linux/include without remaking entirely the original kernel. Is there a way to recover the first .config file (installation's one which doesn't

Re: Opinions on the enlightenment window manager

2002-04-13 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 13, Pam R managed to emit: [whack] Don't forget the linux motto: Release early, release often, and fsck the customer I don't use software that evinces such an attitude, at least the third element. I hope that was written with tongue firmly in cheek... Kurt --

Re: built in support for device or modularized question

2002-04-13 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 13, Tom Wilson managed to emit: Hi all, I got a box running Slackware 8 that I am gonna use to make a firewall and during a recompile of the kernel, I made the support for my NE2000 clone ISA ethernet cards part of the kernel instead of a module by mistake

Re: XDM XFCE

2002-04-15 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 15, Collins managed to emit: Kurt, How about posting your xdm setup. I wanted to use xdm, but I never could find any way to use it other than to hard code xfce as a choice. Do you have xdm setup such that you can choose different window managers and a

Re: WS311 xterm problmes...

2002-04-15 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 15, Jerry McBride managed to emit: I've go a small wrinkle on Workstation 3.1.1 that has been pestering me... It has to do with not be able to execute xterm via startx. When startx is executed, I get a gray screen and X and then nothing else. /root/.xerrors

Re: time/date sync and hwclock

2002-04-16 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 16, Bill Day managed to emit: This is morning message from CRON: Subject: Cron root@linuxbox rdate -p -s clock-1.cs.cmu.edu hwclock --systohc [clock-1.cs.cmu.edu]Tue Apr 16 04:59:42 2002 /bin/sh: hwclock: command not found Try using the full path to

Re: KDE3 Desktop Settings Wizard

2002-04-16 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 16, Net Llama! managed to emit: Agreed. I'm sure that the KDE team calls it something ridiculous like Kbug. At any rate, bugzilla is really the standard for bug tracking that all others attempt (and fail) to emulate. We used GNATS at Caldera -- I have *no*

Re: KDE3 Desktop Settings Wizard

2002-04-16 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 16, Net Llama! managed to emit: VA uses the SourceForge Tracker (big shock, i know). Wow does it suck. There's actually some talk of ripping it out, and replacing it with Bugzilla. We're using some gawdawfully horrid thing called TeamTrack at work. Man it

Re: time/date sync and hwclock

2002-04-16 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 16, Collins managed to emit: [huge choppage] As I remember it, cron doesn't have much in the way of pathing ability. It is a normal convention to use /abolute/path/name in cron scripts. Depends on the cron. I don't recally what Paul Vixie's cron does, but

Re: WS311 xterm problmes...

2002-04-16 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 15, Jerry McBride managed to emit: On Mon, 15 Apr 2002 21:42:41 -0400 Kurt Wall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Scribbling feverishly on April 15, Jerry McBride managed to emit: I've go a small wrinkle on Workstation 3.1.1 that has been pestering me

Re: connection limits

2002-04-17 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 18, toylet.linux[¤pª±·N] managed to emit: I guess so. if we ignore his problem, is there such a limit in linux herself that was configurable at compile time? Not in the kernel, with the possible exception of things like the total number of open files or the

Re: connection limits

2002-04-17 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 18, toylet.linux[¤pª±·N] managed to emit: is there a maximum connection limit in the networking services of linux? how could I find out all these limits? /usr/src/linux/include/limits.h? Nope, not there. a friend of mine running a public news server using

Re: More KDE3 woes

2002-04-17 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 18, toylet.linux[¤pª±·N] managed to emit: I long wanted to do that. I wanted a guaranteed way of removing *_ALL_* xfree86 4.0 and KDE 2 in my caldera openlinux 3.1 # rm -rf / ;-) Kurt -- Life is to you a dashing and bold adventure.

Re: (OT) Re: KDE3

2002-04-17 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 18, Bob Raymond managed to emit: On Thursday 18 April 2002 12:31 am, Kurt Wall wrote: Scribbling feverishly on April 18, Bob Raymond managed to emit: [kerslash] My Gentoo build is still recovering from my stupidity, typing: rm -rf /etc

Re: AOL on linux w/o win4lin or vmware

2002-04-18 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 18, Joel Hammer managed to emit: Is there a way to get AOL to work on linux without win4lin or vmare? Possibly with wine, but I wouldn't try it. Then again, I won't use Windows, Win4Lin, VMWare, AOL, Wine, KDE, GNOME, margarine, or instant coffee. Go figger. K

Re: Our Kurt

2002-04-18 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 19, Keith Antoine managed to emit: I see that you have come out of your shell again Kurt, nice article though! Thank you. Nice of you to say. They finally let me out... Kurt -- You are a very redundant person, that's what kind of person you are.

Re: Our Kurt

2002-04-18 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 18, Net Llama! managed to emit: i assume the 'they' would be Caldera and their ridiculous non-compete crapola Nah. Caldera's non-compete didn't keep me from doing anything. It was they as in the they that make it necessary to line my KurtWerks Model II with

Re: (OT) Re: KDE3

2002-04-18 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 18, Bill Campbell managed to emit: Then there was the bug in Tandy Model 16 Xenix where one could type ``lp *'' in the root directory, and it would actually make a link of / into /usr/spool/lpd. Then if one tried to remove files under /usr/spool/lpd, it

Re: W3M-IMG...amazing

2002-04-19 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 19, L. Friedman managed to emit: This is prolly the single most amazing web browser i've seen in years. Its Lynx, no its Mozilla, no its Links, no its Mozillayou've got to see it to believe it (and yes this is real, not a mockup, Japanese translation not

Re: problem with a src.rpm

2002-04-19 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 20, Keith Antoine managed to emit: Actually its not the .src.rpm or the tarball thats at fault its me and my lack of knowledge/memory. I am trying to get linuxvideostudio to install but am stopped either in configure or --rebuild by the system not seeing

Re: problem with a src.rpm

2002-04-19 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 19, Kurt Wall managed to emit: What is it on yours? You may simply need to upgrade (see XFREE-Libraries for upgrading instructions). Err, that's *really* UPGRADE on the Steps... Kurt -- You will be audited by the Internal Revenue Service

Re: problem with a src.rpm

2002-04-19 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 19, Net Llama! managed to emit: Alternatively: rpm -qa | grep glib Quite so. What is it on yours? You may simply need to upgrade (see XFREE-Libraries for upgrading instructions). Errr...Kurt, what does XFree have to do with glib? Brain fart... Kurt --

Re: Overhead with ipchains

2002-04-19 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 19, Joel Hammer managed to emit: I use ipchains on my firewall. Sorry to hear that. I have a lot of rules in it, some no longer needed. So, naturally, I suggest dropping the ones you don't need. Is there any performance hit to your transfer speed (I am on a

New Steps, 04/20/2002

2002-04-20 Thread Kurt Wall
04/20 - Installing KDE3 on SuSE 7.3, Method 2 - New - (John Heimenz) Kurt -- You will never know hunger. ___ Linux-users mailing list - http://linux-sxs.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-users Subscribe/Unsubscribe info, Archives,and Digests are located at

New Steps - 20/04/2002

2002-04-20 Thread Kurt Wall
Browsers - Mozilla Setup Under Linux - New - (James McDonald) Browsers - Building Mozilla From Source - Renamed Kurt -- Courage is your greatest present need. ___ Linux-users mailing list - http://linux-sxs.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-users

Re: Error in boot screen

2002-04-20 Thread Kurt Wall
Scribbling feverishly on April 20, Brian Witowski managed to emit: When my system is booting I get a few errors. One of which is DS:No Socket Drivers Loaded. Which service/daemon is generating this? Or could there be more than one? Actually, the message is ds: no socket drivers loaded!.

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