Re: [gentoo-user] v4l need tuning?

2010-05-08 Thread Matt Harrison
Actually I've just found the paperwork, it's an LMLBT44 from Linux Media Labs. Their website isn't much help, it did point me to the module arguments to use, so it's now no longer detected as a generic unknown card. Unfortunately I'm still seeing the same issues. Thanks

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Re: Flexibility and robustness in the Linux organisim

2013-10-11 Thread Neil Bothwick
makefile takes care of that very nicely thank you very much. -- Neil Bothwick Hell: Filling out the paperwork to get into Heaven. signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: [gentoo-user] update problems

2015-09-26 Thread Neil Bothwick
e/demerge for this. It's main limitation is that it can try to emerge packages no longer in the tree, but if you rewind the tree to a similar date that should go away. -- Neil Bothwick Hell: Filling out the paperwork to get into Heaven. pgpOwMIKIMhKy.pgp Description: OpenPGP digital signature

[gentoo-user] what NFP means?

2008-02-13 Thread Chuanwen Wu
an update on the status of the Gentoo foundation on his blog. The Gentoo Foundation does still exist, and the required paperwork to reinstate our NFP status has been filed. For more information, you can read Grant's post on the gentoo-nfp mailing list

[gentoo-user] what NFP means?

2008-02-13 Thread Lowe Schmidt
foundation trustees, recently gave an update on the status of the Gentoo foundation on his blog. The Gentoo Foundation does still exist, and the required paperwork to reinstate our NFP status has been filed. For more information, you can read Grant's post on the gentoo-nfp mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] what NFP means?

2008-02-13 Thread Mick
, one of our active foundation trustees, recently gave an update on the status of the Gentoo foundation on his blog. The Gentoo Foundation does still exist, and the required paperwork to reinstate our NFP status has been filed. For more information, you can read Grant's post on the gentoo-nfp

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Daniel Robbins' come back ?

2008-01-14 Thread Alan McKinnon
filed with the State of New Mexico, it's the document that permits the Gentoo Foundation to exist as a legal entity. Because of unfiled paperwork etc etc the charter is no longer current and valid, and the Gentoo Foundation does not exist as a legal entity. On a code basis, it means

Re: [gentoo-user] The Future of the Gentoo Foundation

2007-07-27 Thread Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
run like that again until the foundation could be reformed under management that knows how to file paperwork. -- Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. ,= ,-_-. =. [EMAIL PROTECTED] ((_/)o o(\_)) ICQ: 514984 YM/AIM: DaTwinkDaddy `-'(. .)`-' http

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Daniel Robbins' come back ?

2008-01-15 Thread Mick
is such a charter with? The charter is a legal document filed with the State of New Mexico, it's the document that permits the Gentoo Foundation to exist as a legal entity. Because of unfiled paperwork etc etc the charter is no longer current and valid, and the Gentoo Foundation does not exist

Re: [gentoo-user] mini pci wireless recomendations

2005-05-17 Thread Stroller
bought in error from my supplier to test with Linux - I didn't read the mini- in PCI when I ordered it, I was so pleased to find that Intel had open-sourced the driver. In the supplied paperwork it does indeed state clearly that it's only supported with the Centrino chipsets. I'd be interested

Re: [gentoo-user] mini pci wireless recomendations

2005-05-18 Thread Mauro Faccenda
Stroller wrote: I have one of these, which I bought in error from my supplier to test with Linux - I didn't read the mini- in PCI when I ordered it, I was so pleased to find that Intel had open-sourced the driver. In the supplied paperwork it does indeed state clearly that it's only

Re: [gentoo-user] Message at bootup about superblock last write time

2007-06-08 Thread Walter Dnes
[ ok ] * Remounting root filesystem read/write ... [ ok ] http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=142850 Thanks. I've been busy with buying-a-new-home paperwork the past few few days. At least I know now that it's not a problem with my system. -- Walter Dnes [EMAIL

[gentoo-user] v4l need tuning?

2010-05-08 Thread Matt Harrison
, the image goes black, still distorted but black. From what I've been able to tell from a bit of poking around, it seems that the Hsync of the camera or card isn't set right and is causing this distortion. I can't give you the exact card model as I've lost all the paperwork, but it does come up

Re: [gentoo-user] v4l need tuning?

2010-05-09 Thread Matt Harrison
On Sat, May 08, 2010 at 08:45:57PM +0100, Matt Harrison wrote: Actually I've just found the paperwork, it's an LMLBT44 from Linux Media Labs. Their website isn't much help, it did point me to the module arguments to use, so it's now no longer detected as a generic unknown card

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: package.provided syntax for overlay

2017-02-20 Thread Neil Bothwick
gt; > > > I'm trying to understand the benefit of doing it as you suggest > > above ... :-/ > > You could package.mask */*::bar and then only unmask the needed bits. That does seem a cleaner way of doing it. When I first did this, that option wasn't available. --

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Power supply or motherboard dead?

2008-03-20 Thread Stroller
time travelling to jobs or running the business (making orders, doing the paperwork), I very quickly write off hardware problems as not worth my while. It looks like I can buy a dual-core Athlon and a cheapo motherboard (ok, I'd buy a nicer one, but let me make the point) for £55 (ok

Re: [gentoo-user] linux desktop search engines are ugly!

2007-08-28 Thread Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
to write a filesystem in C, design an IC, or understand the OSI 7 layer model. I do expect them to be able to use files and folders (a.k.a. directories). Especially since most office workers, and quite a few non-office workers use files and folders to mange their paperwork every day. I'm sure DSE

Re: [gentoo-user] Daniel Robbins' come back ?

2008-01-12 Thread Alan McKinnon
responsibility of Trustees is to ensure that legal paperwork is properly filed, they did not even do this. Grant Goodyear is getting some things done but he's doing it as one person. Chris is in a similar position. But the Trustees, as a body with specific duties, simply does not exist in any

Re: [gentoo-user] Daniel Robbins' come back ?

2008-01-12 Thread fire-eyes
. The fundamental responsibility of Trustees is to ensure that legal paperwork is properly filed, they did not even do this. Grant Goodyear is getting some things done but he's doing it as one person. Chris is in a similar position. But the Trustees, as a body with specific duties, simply does

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Daniel Robbins' come back ?

2008-01-14 Thread Iain Buchanan
? And who is such a charter with? The charter is a legal document filed with the State of New Mexico, it's the document that permits the Gentoo Foundation to exist as a legal entity. Because of unfiled paperwork etc etc the charter is no longer current and valid, and the Gentoo Foundation does

[gentoo-user] Document management solution [possibly a bit off-topic...]

2005-09-29 Thread Steve [Gentoo]
I think I want a document management solution - though I'm not sure that everyone understands the same idea by the term. I've got a filing cabinet full of paperwork which is an absolute nightmare to cope with. One of the key problems is that the documents want to be indexed in different ways

[gentoo-user] Re: thunderbird

2011-06-10 Thread James
type of feudal business system we are now under, here in the good ole USA i.e. spend your money and let lawyers protect you, based on the paperwork that the law-enforcement file.. After 4 years in the Marine corp, my nephew's entire battalion did not (re-up) continue with their military

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: thunderbird

2011-06-10 Thread Dale
for the political-legal-law_enforcement type of feudal business system we are now under, here in the good ole USA i.e. spend your money and let lawyers protect you, based on the paperwork that the law-enforcement file.. After 4 years in the Marine corp, my nephew's entire battalion did not (re-up

Re: [gentoo-user] systemd

2011-08-23 Thread Alan McKinnon
this: Install plan: reboot server Test plan:ping server Backout plan: unreboot server == :-) On the whole our CM process is sane. The manager knows how infrastructure works: If that undersea optical link goes down, I'm fixing it right now and to hell with the paperwork and process

Re: [gentoo-user] systemd

2011-09-01 Thread Alan McKinnon
so I knicked it for myself (sans paperwork of course. Makes it easier to prolong how long it takes to test properly) and it's running Ubuntu. Memory issues are a thing of the past and everything behaves just like it should. Even gasp flash. That saddens me a little. Of all the friends

Re: [gentoo-user] Firefox and VPN, plus security in generla

2016-06-11 Thread R0b0t1
th what was my financial institution. I had to dispute charges coming from Google which I hadn't authorized, and some from Amazon when they wouldn't uphold their return policy. They claimed to have filed legal paperwork, but still tried to place the blame on me (the accounts are now useless - n

Re: [gentoo-user] systemd

2011-09-02 Thread Mick
. The IT manager didn't know what to do with the demo she left behind so I knicked it for myself (sans paperwork of course. Makes it easier to prolong how long it takes to test properly) and it's running Ubuntu. Memory issues are a thing of the past and everything behaves just like it should. Even

Re: [gentoo-user] update problems

2015-09-29 Thread Alan Mackenzie
es with a bit of to and fro and negotiation, sometimes after waiting for the tedious paperwork to be completed. One of my own first contributions was a request for an enhancement (to enable scrolling during an incremental search) together with a rough, but working patch. After some amendments, this

Re: [gentoo-user] Daniel Robbins' come back ?

2008-01-12 Thread Jil Larner
that the Trustees as a group have ever done a single thing for Gentoo in three years. The fundamental responsibility of Trustees is to ensure that legal paperwork is properly filed, they did not even do this. Grant Goodyear is getting some things done but he's doing it as one person. Chris is in a similar

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo, new computer, still a bit confused

2011-07-23 Thread Mike Edenfield
would have to put up with all the things that bug me about Windows and I wouldn't have all the programs that I love in Linux. If you are truly concerned about the warranty issue then you would, of course, want to have someone read the actual warrant paperwork that you have. However, typically

Re: [gentoo-user] systemd

2011-09-01 Thread Alan McKinnon
in the office 3 months ago wanting to sell the 900X Macbook Air knock-off into the company. The IT manager didn't know what to do with the demo she left behind so I knicked it for myself (sans paperwork of course. Makes it easier to prolong how long it takes to test properly) and it's running Ubuntu

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo, new computer, still a bit confused

2011-07-23 Thread Mick
in the recovered disk space. See more on this below. If you are truly concerned about the warranty issue then you would, of course, want to have someone read the actual warrant paperwork that you have. However, typically the only way to void a hardware warranty is to tamper with the hardware

Re: [gentoo-user] systemd

2011-09-01 Thread Canek Peláez Valdés
performance behave like it did. Happily, there was a nice pretty lady from Samsung in the office 3 months ago wanting to sell the 900X Macbook Air knock-off into the company. The IT manager didn't know what to do with the demo she left behind so I knicked it for myself (sans paperwork of course

[gentoo-user] Re: Daniel Robbins' come back ?

2008-01-12 Thread James
in a autocratic environment... There is no evidence whatsoever that the Trustees as a group have ever done a single thing for Gentoo in three years. The fundamental responsibility of Trustees is to ensure that legal paperwork is properly filed, they did not even do this. Grant Goodyear is getting