Re: [gentoo-user] you have cruft in /proc remove it

2008-04-17 Thread maxim wexler
First: Don't top post! Big whoop! The two posts are tiny -- it's easy to see at a glance which is the original and which the reply. Be a better friend, newshound, and know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Dock Application

2005-08-26 Thread Michael Crute
On 8/27/05, A. Khattri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Shouldn't you be asking that on a Mac OS X mailing list???Hmm... indeed it does appear to be a Mac, at first glance I thought it was Gnome with a Mac skin on top. That explains a lot. -Mike-- Michael E. CruteSoftware

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Dock Application

2005-08-26 Thread A. Khattri
On Sat, 27 Aug 2005, Michael Crute wrote: Hmm... indeed it does appear to be a Mac, at first glance I thought it was Gnome with a Mac skin on top. That explains a lot. Its a Mac with a skin on top ;-) -- -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] A Gentoo Equivalent

2005-09-18 Thread Mike Williams
On Sunday 18 September 2005 20:14, C. Beamer wrote: How would this be accomplished in Gentoo? Logwatch is the closest I can think of. To get it sent to you all depends on the MTA you're using. As I've never used ssmtp (the default MTA for Gentoo), a quick glance via google suggest it has some

Re: [gentoo-user] Problems booting my server - ext2 - e2fsck

2010-07-24 Thread Robert Bridge
On Sat, Jul 24, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Alan McKinnon alan.mckin...@gmail.com wrote: I think you might need to fsck without the journal. I know there's a way to do this but a cursory glance at the man page didn't reveal it. Maybe an ext user will chip in with the correct method e2fsck -f should run

Top posting (Was Re: [gentoo-user] you have cruft in /proc remove it)

2008-04-17 Thread Daniel Pielmeier
maxim wexler schrieb: First: Don't top post! Big whoop! The two posts are tiny -- it's easy to see at a glance which is the original and which the reply. Irrelevant! I answered you below, what happens when you answer again on the top, and so on? Answer5 Answer3 Answer1 Question Answer2

[gentoo-user] [OT] Top-post with full quote (was: you have cruft in /proc remove it)

2008-04-18 Thread Michael Schmarck
maxim wexler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: First: Don't top post! Big whoop! The two posts are tiny -- it's easy to see at a glance which is the original and which the reply. And since your post was so tiny, you really should have trimmed what you quoted. This could easily mean, that all

[gentoo-user] Re: Postfix, courier-imap: checks if working

2009-04-02 Thread James
laurent laurent at logiquefloue.org writes: I'm following this how to: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/virt-mail-howto.xml Well I took a quick glance at this document. It does not discuss or show how to use DNS or more specifically MX records. As such setting up email, specific to a Domain

[gentoo-user] Multi-services box

2005-09-29 Thread Mark
Hi, I'm thinking of setting up a Gentoo server to host a few different services, primarily a small web site on Apache, an Exim mail server, a Halafax fax server and a Squid proxy server. I intend to put the machine in a DMZ to protect the internal network. At first glance, should these 4 packages

Re: [gentoo-user] korganizer patch

2005-10-26 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 26 Oct 2005 23:37:05 +1300, Nick Rout wrote: u read the original post again. It's hard to see at a glance as the line of code is not separated, but he clearly says: run ebuild /usr/portage/kde-base/kdepim/kdepim-3.5.0_beta2.ebuild digest, which completes successfully Err, yes

Re: [gentoo-user] Issues emerging Calligra

2013-01-03 Thread Michael Orlitzky
-lGLU usually indicates a missing dependency, but everything in the ebuilds looks OK to me at first glance. You've got media-libs/glu installed?

[gentoo-user] CI Continuous Integration

2014-12-16 Thread James
and browsers) and for testing experimental new packages. [1] http://www.zentoo.org/ I have not had a chance to look it over, but at first glance it seems some folks are already taking (CI) ideas to the next level? interesting, James

Re: [gentoo-user] certbot confusion

2017-08-26 Thread Ralph Seichter
On 26.08.2017 08:40, Ian Zimmerman wrote: > The cop-out solution is to have a single pre-hook and a single > post-hook, which stop (resp. start) both daemons, but that is > ugly. How do people handle this? I have not used certbot hooks myself, but a glance at the docs shows: -

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Gentoo Hardened vs Kali Linux

2018-04-03 Thread Grant Taylor
On 04/02/2018 10:15 PM, Ian Zimmerman wrote: Does that mean LFS is dead? That would be a pity. Nope. I see "2018" on the http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/ website. At a quick glance, it looks like LFS is still alive. I was referring to my ignorance of if LFS has changed si

[gentoo-user] Re: gentoo as openstack compute node?

2014-11-16 Thread James
-cluster/openstack-meta/ openstack-meta-2014.1..ebuild I see: EAPI=5 DESCRIPTION=A openstack meta-package for installing the various openstack pieces HOMEPAGE=https://openstack.org; LICENSE=Apache-2.0 SLOT=0 KEYWORDS= IUSE=keystone swift neutron glance cinder nova horizon DEPEND= RDEPEND

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Once again baffled by portage

2008-01-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
you do this. Sure, it makes sense now. :) Thanks for the explanation. I just re-read my own post and I'm left with one impression: There gotta be an easier way to do this split-ebuild thing where the user can see at a glance if a package is monolithic or not... -- Alan McKinnon alan dot

Re: [gentoo-user] Laptop keeps freezing

2008-03-31 Thread Dale
it is panicking, so I can see at a glance that the omelette has hit the fan. On second thought, I am not sure if the keyboard flashing is optional... every desktop that I've come across that kernel panic'd did flash the LEDs, that and the fact the last time I built my desktop kernel is over a year

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: getting rid of gnome

2006-01-20 Thread Ernie Schroder
On Friday 20 January 2006 11:46, a tiny voice compelled Ryan Tandy to write: A quick glance at my profile reveals the 'gstreamer' USE flag in make.defaults. Be sure that you have that explicitly disabled in make.conf before giving up. You know, I never checked that, although I found the same

Re: [gentoo-user] world file clean-up - glibc linux-headers??

2005-05-20 Thread Stroller
On May 18, 2005, at 3:11 am, Mark Knecht wrote: As per some conversations last week I've been doing a lot of clean up of my world files. I've moved from a high of 235 files down to my low today of onl 112. On a related note, today I took a glance at the world file on a laptop I installed

Re: [gentoo-user] world file clean-up - glibc linux-headers??

2005-05-21 Thread A. Khattri
a glance at the world file on a laptop I installed a couple of days ago, and glibc linux-headers are mentioned. Is this normal? Perhaps I've missed something in the previous thread about the world file, but surely glibc linux-headers are depends of other packages? I'm sure I never specifically

Re: [gentoo-user] Multi-services box

2005-09-29 Thread A. Khattri
. At first glance, should these 4 packages play well together on the same piece of hardware? Why not? I have one machine doing web, email, IMAP/POP3, DNS, FTP and MySQL. My one caveat would be to make sure its not more load than the hardware can handle. -- -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Multi-services box

2005-09-29 Thread Uwe Thiem
network. At first glance, should these 4 packages play well together on the same piece of hardware? I'm very open to suggestions, including separate hardware if it's necessary. They play along just fine. Uwe -- 95% of all programmers rate themselves among the top 5% of all software developers

Re: [gentoo-user] Cannot boot 2.6.21-gentoo-r4

2007-07-17 Thread Peter Alfredsen
with running a PIII that won't boot this kernel? Is it possible that your kernel image is corrupt, have you tried building it again? I've built it twice so far. If I were you, I'd try 2.6.22. Out of the vague fog of memory I glance the image of a couple of regressions that haven't been

[gentoo-user] unexpected php5 upgrade

2006-04-15 Thread henkg
glance. I have unmerged php5 and re-emerged php4, and now both sites work again. Questions: - should drupal 4.6.6 work with php5 - what triggerd the update? - can I expect problems now that I downgraded? emerge so far has made no attempts to return to php5 again, so I guess the unexpected

Re: [gentoo-user] Jinja2 sphinx deadly embrace

2009-09-26 Thread Neil Bothwick
USE flags. This is probably caused by the doc flag, which most people don't need, but a glance at the ebuilds will confirm this. -- Neil Bothwick Sects, sects, sects, is that all you monks think about? signature.asc Description: PGP signature

[gentoo-user] Services order/hierarchy

2010-01-06 Thread Francesco Talamona
Is it there a tool or command in gentoo to see a la emerge --tree the inter-dependencies and boot order of services? I know about cinit [1] but I never used it, because I'm looking for a way to see at a glance without rebooting. Imagine a tool for confronting two different servers without

I want my old Myth theme back! [WAS Re: [gentoo-user] Re: No more mythtv for Gentoo users?]

2010-03-04 Thread Michael Sullivan
the plain gray background, the fact that I could tell at a glance what was recording and what I had manually set not to record. And the fact that a generic episode was easily distinguished from a specific episode (I usually manually set generic episodes not to record, but now I have to take extra

[gentoo-user] Re: Error on gtk thmem: gtk-engines-flat

2011-03-09 Thread walt
= (0xb7759000) libc.so.6 = /lib/libc.so.6 (0xb75cf000) /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0xb775a000) You can tell at a glance that none of those three libraries is going to define a 'gtk' symbol. All of the other libs in that directory are linked to dozens of X and gtk-related libraries, and I

Re: [gentoo-user] Howzat!

2011-04-22 Thread Neil Bothwick
. If the smtp variable is set, a SMTP connection to the server specified by the value of this variable is used ) and also set the [-r from-addr] option. Can I do that with mail-client/mailx ? Not from a quick glance at the man page. But you don't need to change your mail program, just change

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: IRC active time?

2011-07-29 Thread Pandu Poluan
to look a clock or wrist-watch to know what time it is. I have 2 cellphones, yet I still wear my Timex wrist-watch proudly :-) (Much more practical to glance at my wrist than fishing out the cellphone) Rgds. -- Pandu E Poluan ~ IT Optimizer ~  • Blog : http://pepoluan.tumblr.com  • Linked-In : http

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: --jobs

2011-12-07 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 07 Dec 2011 17:46:15 -0600, Harry Putnam wrote: If its only going to do the jobs one by one, then why cover the -v output? So that you can see at a glance where emerge is up to. 15 of 71 tells me far more than gcc output flashing by too fast to read, so I have to use an external

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Disk usage during emerge

2012-03-09 Thread Bryan Gardiner
, filename, and PID. Are you looking for something else? - Bryan (Actually I thought this was file size on first glance, exactly what was asked for in the original question :)

[gentoo-user] Re: IPTables question... simple as possible for starters

2013-12-30 Thread James
to use? It seems very early stage to me, and not ready for prime-time, at first glance? What did I miss? curiously, James

Re: [gentoo-user] ttyS0 - ownership as root:dialout

2014-01-21 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 21 Jan 2014 10:26:48 -0700, Joseph wrote: What is the different between the output of this on both machines? grep -r tty /{etc,lib}/udev/rules.d I did asked for the difference, not the whole damn lot. You have to do some of the work yourself. However, a quick glance shows

Re: [gentoo-user] ttyS0 - ownership as root:dialout

2014-01-21 Thread Joseph
. However, a quick glance shows this /lib/udev/rules.d/60-persistent-serial.rules:SUBSYSTEM!=tty, GOTO=persistent_serial_end /lib/udev/rules.d/60-persistent-serial.rules:KERNEL!=ttyUSB[0-9]*|ttyACM[0-9]*, GOTO=persistent_serial_end Which package installed that file and what does it contain? I

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Portage performance dropped considerably

2014-02-02 Thread Andrew Savchenko
should be awesome on modern multi-core CPUs. And I'm sure this is a doable task (on a first glance analyse subtrees first then join), but this issue requires further and deeper investigation. Best regards, Andrew Savchenko pgpzv2pb2yd7N.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: yubikey

2014-06-18 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 18 Jun 2014 19:23:25 + (UTC), James wrote: OK, lets skip any RF backdoors installed by the manufacturer, as those always exist, but are 'out of scope', for now. U see this? http://www.unrest.ca/evaluating-the-security-of-the-yubikey I hadn't. At first glance it appears

Re: [gentoo-user] qt USE flags conflict

2015-05-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
On 16/05/2015 10:49, Mick wrote: Look carefully at the first message again, it says you need to do one of those actions (effectively making one package match the other). A quick glance can seem like it wants you to make the USE settings different, that is not the case. Yes! I removed all

[gentoo-user] The state of public relations?

2015-07-23 Thread J.Rutkowski
What is the current status of Gentoo public relations? A quick glance on Gentoo's Google+ and Twitter accounts show no posts in 3-4 months. Even the Project:Public Relations[1] page seems quite out of date. While we have the mailing lists, forum, Gentoo Monthly Newsletter, these are all geared

[gentoo-user] Adobe Flash replacement ?

2015-10-22 Thread James
Hello, I was just reading about "lighspark" [1] and at first glance, it seems to be a replacement for adobe flash with support for the latest features. Lightspark can be found with:: 'eix -R lightspark' You may also need to run 'eix-remote update' if you have not updated tha

Re: [gentoo-user] freeSwitch

2016-04-27 Thread Max R.D. Parmer
ave an audience). I've been looking at freeswitch and asterisk for an OSTN implementation. At a glance, freeswitch seemed like it might be the better design (but surely experience tells the real story). I'll give kamailio a look now too. -- 0x7D964D3361142ACF

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge -aDNvu world fails

2008-03-29 Thread Mike Edenfield
up the dependencies even easier than using -1. At least I feel that way, but that's just me. - Mark I usually do this too, unless the number of ports to upgrade is very small. One tip that might save you time, add --tree to your emerge call and you can tell at a glance when an ebuild

Re: [gentoo-user] Laptop keeps freezing

2008-03-31 Thread Willie Wong
at a glance that the omelette has hit the fan. On second thought, I am not sure if the keyboard flashing is optional... every desktop that I've come across that kernel panic'd did flash the LEDs, that and the fact the last time I built my desktop kernel is over a year ago makes me a non

Re: Top posting (Was Re: [gentoo-user] you have cruft in /proc remove it)

2008-04-18 Thread maxim wexler
--- Daniel Pielmeier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: maxim wexler schrieb: First: Don't top post! Big whoop! The two posts are tiny -- it's easy to see at a glance which is the original and which the reply. Irrelevant! I answered you below, what happens when you answer again

Re: [gentoo-user] Doubt about FLAG use

2008-04-24 Thread kashani
. Comments will also help you remember why you did stuff so when you jump to the next major version you can glance over package.use and see if anything jumps out at you. It all makes it easier to read and manage as your /etc/portage/* files gets more complicated. kashani -- gentoo-user

[gentoo-user] Home page slowness

2008-05-09 Thread davecode
present expectations or status with an easy home page glance is all I ask. Thanks. -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- http://www.fastmail.fm - Faster than the air-speed velocity of an unladen european swallow -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] df showing rootfs

2008-05-11 Thread Daniel Iliev
/ partition, everything else on lvm, drivers needed at kernel load time compiled in, no initrd I downloaded openrc + baselayout-2 and did some digging on the decompressed files, but didn't find anything strange. Just the opposite - at first glance the new scripts dealing with the root fs appear

Re: [gentoo-user] Changing CHOST

2007-09-24 Thread Doug Whitesell
. Florian, That would be ideal! It's exactly what I'd do -- if it's doable. Hopefully the experts will point to a HOWTO :- This sounds like a way to infinite pain. (This is at first glance and off the top of my head without looking into it, of course...) While it may be possible to cross

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.2 Konsole Title

2009-02-06 Thread Hilco Wijbenga
to switch it on. So how to get the old behaviour back? It's nice to be able to tell at a glance how much is left to do. Cheers, Hilco

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge starts slowly

2005-12-15 Thread Justin Krejci
to complete. -Richard Well I ran it once then ran it again to a different output file and the two files are the same length and doing a cursory glance thru the files they both seem fairly similar. When I have some time, ill check the files more closesly in particular the timestamps. Thanks

Re: [gentoo-user] Java java java, I miss my java

2005-06-13 Thread Matthew Cline
-jre-bin? At first glance, it appears that one should be the development kit whereas the other should only install the runtime environment, however URL for each ebuild points to the same website and the tarbell that the sun-jre-bin ebuild instructs you to download contains the full J2SE development

Re: [gentoo-user] Multi-services box

2005-09-29 Thread John Jolet
the internal network. At first glance, should these 4 packages play well together on the same piece of hardware? I'm very open to suggestions, including separate hardware if it's necessary. sure, however, I wouldn't dmz the whole box...just forward the ports you need... Thanks! -- Mark [unwieldy

Re: [gentoo-user] burning compressed iso

2005-10-22 Thread Holly Bostick
bsdtar is not as useful a program as it would seem at first glance. If you remove the *.bz2 extension, leaving the filename as just *.iso, can it then be burned as an ISO in your CD burning software? In any case I would check the file with WinRAR or 7zip (or even Total Commander) to confirm

Re: [gentoo-user] burning compressed iso

2005-10-22 Thread damian bamforth
the file you're using has been deliberately misnamed. Or, perhaps bsdtar is not as useful a program as it would seem at first glance. If you remove the *.bz2 extension, leaving the filename as just *.iso, can it then be burned as an ISO in your CD burning software? In any case I would

Re: [gentoo-user] burning compressed iso

2005-10-22 Thread damian bamforth
the file you're using has been deliberately misnamed. Or, perhaps bsdtar is not as useful a program as it would seem at first glance. If you remove the *.bz2 extension, leaving the filename as just *.iso, can it then be burned as an ISO in your CD burning software? In any case I would

Re: [gentoo-user] korganizer patch

2005-10-26 Thread Nick Rout
not been altered, as a security measure. You need to regenerate the digest as you made the changes and want to accept them. Either ebuild /path/to/ebuild digest or emerge --digest --other-options package u read the original post again. It's hard to see at a glance as the line of code

Re: [gentoo-user] upgrading old server

2007-06-21 Thread Abraham Marín Pérez
? -- General HOW-TO for migrating kernel 2.4 to 2.6: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/migration-to-2.6.xml Gentoo udev guide: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/udev-guide.xml OTOH, gentoo-wiki is good, but I'd take a glance at the official documentation before: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/* * HTH, Abraham

Re: [gentoo-user] Cannot boot 2.6.21-gentoo-r4

2007-07-17 Thread Mick
glance the image of a couple of regressions that haven't been fixed in .21 that were fixed in .22. Thank you Peter, I'll have a go at 2.6.22 when I get a quiet moment to see if it fires up. -- Regards, Mick pgp6dFKI9qboo.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: [gentoo-user] Web mail

2006-05-03 Thread Nich Steicke
webmail here, as i prefer the interface for RoundCube, but SquirrelMail has some of the features that i need (mainly mail filtering, and it not requiring any thing more at the user end than a html browser). i just took a quick glance at the compose page i have, and it seamed

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: cyrus-sasl build problem

2006-11-01 Thread Neil Bothwick
for the latest ~arch portage. The relevant bugs are: https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=150361 https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=152175 A quick glance at those gives the impression that this only applies to updates. My problem with updating cyrus-sasl required re-emerging the same versions

Re: [gentoo-user] hardware advice for dual-processor set-up on gentoo

2005-09-15 Thread Dave Nebinger
that isn't always clear at first glance, and it also is unclear where they get their financial backing, i.e. are they in bed with Intel or AMD]. Stick with those that have community backing, namely sites like Anandtech and/or Toms Hardware. You'll get more of a straight deal from them than

Re: [gentoo-user] world favorites: pros and cons

2006-07-05 Thread Daniel Iliev
, won't it? emerge b or emerge c will solve the problem, won't it? It appears removing c is not as dangerous as it seems at first glance or I'm wrong? -- Best regards, Daniel -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Portage: missing pieces

2006-07-06 Thread Donnie Berkholz
to uninstall your old xorg-x11 before you can upgrade to the new, modular xorg-x11. Please also glance at the howto for this upgrade [2]. Thanks, Donnie 1. http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/handbook-x86.xml?part=2chap=1#doc_chap4 2. http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/desktop/x/x11/modular-x-howto.xml

Re: [gentoo-user] Guidance on encrypting my /home

2006-08-14 Thread John J. Foster
your root filesystem mounts. Once you have that working, and are comfortable with how the initramfs works, you can move on to your root filesystem. Thanks Richard, that sounds like sound advice. Creating the initramfs at first glance seems difficult. But after a little more reading, maybe

Re: [gentoo-user] Cleaning up multiple man pages (how?)

2006-08-17 Thread Willie Wong
the others. Well, the whatis database is generated by /usr/sbin/makewhatis I took a cursory glance and couldn't figure out why the repeats. Perhaps you'd have better understanding? W -- I'm dead sexy. ~Alex MacDonald Sortir en Pantoufles: up 22 days, 8:50 -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing

Re: [gentoo-user] SOGo on Gentoo

2009-09-28 Thread Steve
Manifest files sope-4.7_pre20080521.ebuild % It looks, at first glance, as if there's a good reason for the packages to be masked... I added gnustep-apps/sogo and gnustep-libs/sope with a ~x86 keyword, and added objc to my package.use... but had hoped to be able to try sogo without having to do

Re: [gentoo-user] New application: app-portage/kportagetray

2010-01-08 Thread Frank Steinmetzger
would love to have this just popup a notification that I can click which will show me the (important) info - aka the database diff - from the latest eix-syncs... What is this wonderful feature of eix that I have been missing out on, please? Ehrm, see at one glance what’s new after a sync

Re: [gentoo-user] New monitor problems. sighs

2010-12-15 Thread Dale
things around and when I rebooted, the GUI doesn't come up. The BIOS screen shows up and I can see the services start up as well but when it switches to vt7, it just has a little blinking cursor at the top. At first glance my guess is that your kernel is configured incorrectly somehow. I have

Re: [gentoo-user] Error on gtk thmem: gtk-engines-flat

2011-03-09 Thread du yang
-2.0/2.10.0/engines/libflat.so linux-gate.so.1 = (0xb7759000) libc.so.6 = /lib/libc.so.6 (0xb75cf000) /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0xb775a000) You can tell at a glance that none of those three libraries is going to define a 'gtk' symbol. All of the other libs

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: How to install viewvc w/o apache and related cruft?

2011-04-02 Thread Neil Bothwick
to take a shot at fixing the ebuild so it doesn't depend on apache and webapp-config unless you install it USE flags telling it you want it to use apache and webapp-config. From a quick glance at the webapp eclass, it looks like you need to set WEBAPP_OPTIONAL=yes in the ebuild. -- Neil Bothwick

Re: [gentoo-user] kde-base/pykde4-4.4.5-r1 fails to install

2011-04-21 Thread Mick
may want to look at this bug: http://bugs.gentoo.org/265984 It is a different version but appears to be the same problem. It, at a quick glance, appears sip needs to be re-emerged first. Hope one of those helps. If not, maybe someone else will have better ideas. Thanks Dale

Re: [gentoo-user] kde-base/pykde4-4.4.5-r1 fails to install

2011-04-21 Thread Dale
run python-updater? If so, you may want to look at this bug: http://bugs.gentoo.org/265984 It is a different version but appears to be the same problem. It, at a quick glance, appears sip needs to be re-emerged first. Hope one of those helps. If not, maybe someone else will have better ideas

Re: [gentoo-user] NAS for Windows - does any Wiki solution 'just work'?

2011-10-04 Thread Mark Knecht
) As for the three suggestions, and at a glance they all look very capable of supporting my limited needs, I really don't want to learn to maintain a server running different tools. (I.e. - anything not portage) I sure like the look of the FreeNAS pages though. Thanks! Cheers, Mark

[gentoo-user] net-firewall/xtables-addons issues

2012-03-02 Thread Pandu Poluan
/thread/8ef017a863038724?pli=1 Although the attached patch in that thread *seems* to be meant for xtables-addons-1.40 (not in portage yet), I tried applying the patches to xtables-addons-1.39 ... ... and it worked! However, a quick glance at upstream [1] indicates that upstream is already

Re: [gentoo-user] new machine : Python calculator

2012-09-20 Thread Philip Webb
contents before presenting the prompt, so you can put whatever imports you want in that script. Thanks, that's what I saw in my brief glance at the 'man'. It works out of the box: the only problem is precision, which at 16 decimal places is a bit more than I usually need (smile). I can search out

Re: [gentoo-user] Issues emerging Calligra

2013-01-04 Thread Rafa Griman
'eselect opengl' looks like it should, and then if that doesn't help, file a bug. The cannot find -lGLU usually indicates a missing dependency, but everything in the ebuilds looks OK to me at first glance. Thanks for your answer :) I don't have my computer here with me but will check the eselect

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Optional /usr merge in Gentoo

2013-08-19 Thread Alan McKinnon
of these bases. I stopped paying attention about halfway through... but it's all there on gmane. The thread started with with a proposed sysvinit - systemd migration script, and it quickly became obvious why profiles and USE flags look OK at first glance but rapidly becomes apparent that they aren't

[gentoo-user] Re: Recommendations for scheduler

2014-08-01 Thread Martin Vaeth
J. Roeleveld jo...@antarean.org wrote: https://github.com/vaeth/schedule/ What are the features it currently has already This is hard to answer, since at a first glance the whole thing does not even look like a scheduler: It looks more like a means to communicate with some server, but after

Re: [gentoo-user] Libreoffice PDF conversion problem

2014-12-29 Thread Alan McKinnon
an explanation or some way to fix the problem ? Those links do not work. Thanks : corrected above (red face). Also Libreoffice 4.3.4.1 . At first glance I'd say you enabled Smart quotes in libreoffice sometime in the last 3 years, and it's now mangling apostrophes and dashes into something

[gentoo-user] Re: configure.ac and Makefile.am easy_view ?

2015-03-28 Thread James
with any of the other portage syntax? i.e. do I every need to unset this expanded syntax for other ebuild functions? Quick glance at the man pages I do not see any reason to not use the expansion universally. James

[gentoo-user] Re: heat codes

2015-02-26 Thread James
reasons. I also have since found this interesting piece of code; sys-cluster/ganglia First glance, it's a bit heavy-handed for my needs. I've gotta keep looking before I decide on a path forward for RT temperature monitoring, dB tracking and problem profiling. Thanks! James

[gentoo-user] In the fear of getting hacked (WLAN setup)

2015-07-17 Thread Meino . Cramer
tinkering and testing the configuration I may setup an open Wifi access point without noticing it in first glance and BANG! get hacked ... in the worst case: unrecognized... What is the best practice here? Is there a certain independant configuration, which I can set, which prevents this scenario? Thank

[gentoo-user] Re: In the fear of getting hacked (WLAN setup)

2015-07-20 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
On 18/07/2015 08:43 μμ, Andrew Savchenko wrote: On Sat, 18 Jul 2015 06:47:21 +0300 Nikos Chantziaras wrote: The problem I (possibly needless) see is: While I am tinkering and testing the configuration I may setup an open Wifi access point without noticing it in first glance and BANG! get hacked

Re: [gentoo-user] freeSwitch

2016-04-27 Thread J. Roeleveld
eally want to read this. >> >> Stroller. >> >> > >I would also be interested (if it helps to know you'd have an >audience). > >I've been looking at freeswitch and asterisk for an OSTN >implementation. >At a glance, freeswitch seemed like it might be the

Re: [gentoo-user] Somehow offtopic: KRITA documentation 'mobile version'

2017-05-03 Thread R0b0t1
On Wed, May 3, 2017 at 2:23 PM, Poison BL. <poiso...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Looks like their primary documentation (under the 'Learn' section of their > site) is a wiki, based on: > > https://docs.krita.org/Contributors_Readme > > And, a glance at the source looks

Re: [gentoo-user] portage confusion

2008-03-02 Thread Willie Wong
on a particular version of python. Basically, look for something that says =virtual/python-2.3 or =virtual/python-2.3 or something like that. My cursory glance at the output you send suggests that nothing explicitly depends on that particular version of python. So you *should* be able to unmerge the old

Re: [gentoo-user] Laptop keeps freezing

2008-03-31 Thread Willie Wong
something like this? The first thing to determine is that whether it is freezing of the user interface or the underlying kernel. For desktops I often compile the kernel with the option that it flashes the keyboard LEDs when it is panicking, so I can see at a glance that the omelette has hit the fan. So

Re: [gentoo-user] Doubt about FLAG use

2008-04-24 Thread Net Warrior
major version you can glance over package.use and see if anything jumps out at you. It all makes it easier to read and manage as your /etc/portage/* files gets more complicated. kashani -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] Re: Home page slowness

2008-05-10 Thread Francesco Talamona
ships - just knowing present expectations or status with an easy home page glance is all I ask. Unlike other distros, Gentoo evolves linearly, not by leaps (releases). Indeed there's no strong distinction between updates and upgrades, if you keep it up-to-date, already have the latest release. Ciao

Re: [gentoo-user] Home page slowness

2008-05-10 Thread Justin
when final ships - just knowing present expectations or status with an easy home page glance is all I ask. Thanks. There is no need to wait for any release. You can use what ever environment you want e.g. any live distro, running linux,... to install gentoo. On gentoo there aren't release steps

Re: [gentoo-user] Home page slowness

2008-05-10 Thread Florian Philipp
of code or something? Personally I don't care when final ships - just knowing present expectations or status with an easy home page glance is all I ask. Thanks. -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- http://www.fastmail.fm - Faster than the air-speed velocity

Re: [gentoo-user] Mailing list and PGP/MIME

2008-05-29 Thread Daniel Iliev
admit I looks very much as if the message was sent by me and could be deceiving at first glance, but: FAKE: === Received: from observed.de (observed.de [81.169.134.89]) by pigeon.gentoo.org (Postfix) with ESMTP id AE151E05BC for gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org; Thu, 29 May 2008 08:38

Re: [gentoo-user] Mailing list and PGP/MIME

2008-05-29 Thread Robert Bridge
presume? :) It was I who gave the idea and the challenge. Don't worry, it's really fine by me. I admit I looks very much as if the message was sent by me and could be deceiving at first glance, but: FAKE: === Received: from observed.de (observed.de [81.169.134.89

Re: [gentoo-user] Hacked by association?

2007-09-19 Thread Jerry McBride
tree to a text file... A glance through the text file showed a lot of stuff from alien sources, explainging where some storage space had disappeared. The fix in that situation was a simple reformat and better inchains rules. Yeah, ipchains... this was a few years back. Good luck Grant

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: iptables + dansguardian + squid

2009-04-10 Thread Mike Kazantsev
and it'll look okay. And a brief glance at the syntax help page will explain what kind of brackets to put around links or code snippets, so it'll look even better. If you want I can assist you, and maybe we can do it. It would require adding section on kernel module configuration

Re: [gentoo-user] What's the deal with CAMERAS anyway?

2009-05-04 Thread Alexander Pilipovsky
-template -topfield -toshiba_pdrm11 5,052 kB Something's fishy with this and I just haven't had the time to investigate further. A quick glance-comparison shows libgphoto2 ebuild missing the critical lines actually doing something with the CAMERAS variable -- while for similar variable settings

[gentoo-user] What's the deal with CAMERAS anyway?

2009-05-04 Thread Arttu V.
-sonix -sony_dscf1 -sony_dscf55 -soundvision -spca50x -sq905 -stv0674 -stv0680 -sx330z -template -topfield -toshiba_pdrm11 5,052 kB Something's fishy with this and I just haven't had the time to investigate further. A quick glance-comparison shows libgphoto2 ebuild missing the critical lines actually

Re: [gentoo-user] How to play Musepack files in MPlayer?

2006-01-10 Thread Willie Wong
/musepack-tools:16bit - Higher quality sound output using dithering and noise-shaping And a cursory glance at the mplayer ebuild shows that there's no dependence on musepack of any sort (not even optional) Now, there are two things you can do: 1) If you really want mplayer to support musepack, do

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: getting rid of gnome

2006-01-20 Thread Ryan Tandy
with a few gnome packages. A quick glance at my profile reveals the 'gstreamer' USE flag in make.defaults. Be sure that you have that explicitly disabled in make.conf before giving up. -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} GPG: pub sec keys required to decrypt?

2008-09-09 Thread Mike Edenfield
from your secret key, I believe it is possible to export just one or the other via gpg then import just that key. But a quick glance through the GnuPG FAQ points out this nugget of information: All OpenPGP secret keys have a copy of the public key inside them, and in a worst-case scenario, you

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