[gentoo-user] Re: OT: KDE schema setting

2006-07-07 Thread James
Raymond Lewis Rebbeck dystopianray at gmail.com writes: How does one make the default color (settings --schema) in a KDE terminal default to 'white on black' instead of 'linux colors'? Select the schema you want to use and then go to 'Settings - Save as Default' and it'll become

[gentoo-user] OT: KDE schema setting

2006-07-07 Thread James
Hello, How does one make the default color (settings --schema) in a KDE terminal default to 'white on black' instead of 'linux colors'? I need to set this behavior so 'white on black' so I do not have to manually configure the schema each time I fire up a new konsole session. Once I manually

[gentoo-user] Automatically copy a file to a different location after package install/update

2016-05-10 Thread J. Roeleveld
Hi all, I have accounts configured in LDAP (OpenLDAP) And a FTP-server on a different host. The FTP server succesfully authenticates against OpenLDAP, using a schema provided by the FTP server ebuild. Currently, I have to manually remember to copy the schema across when I update the ftp

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: KDE schema setting

2006-07-07 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
On Friday, 7 July 2006 23:26, James wrote: Hello, How does one make the default color (settings --schema) in a KDE terminal default to 'white on black' instead of 'linux colors'? I need to set this behavior so 'white on black' so I do not have to manually configure the schema each time I

[gentoo-user] [OT] Looking for a tool to produce 'reverse' SQL

2006-06-15 Thread Benjamin Blazke
Hi, I'm looking for a tool that given an existing (base) database schema and an 'update patch' DDL .sql script on input would produce a 'reverse' script that could be used to undo the changes done by the patch. For example: base.sql: CREATE TABLE xxx (...); patch.sql: CREATE TABLE yyy

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: KDE schema setting

2006-07-07 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Fri, 7 Jul 2006 13:56:33 + (UTC), James wrote: How does one make the default color (settings --schema) in a KDE terminal default to 'white on black' instead of 'linux colors'? I need to set this behavior so 'white on black' so I do not have to manually configure the schema each

Re: [gentoo-user] LDAP Error

2005-12-12 Thread Markus Ullmann
Gentoo wrote: /etc/openldap/schema/cosine.schema: line 1084: ObjectClass not found: person config check failed You simply did not include the core.schema. Greets, Markus -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [SOLVED] [gentoo-user] Automatically copy a file to a different location after package install/update

2016-05-10 Thread Neil Bothwick
> = > # cat /etc/portage/bashrc > > #!/bin/bash > > if [ "${EBUILD_PHASE}" = "postinst" ] > then > if [ "${CATEGORY}/${PN}" = "net-ftp/pure-ftpd" ] > then > cp /etc/openldap/schema/pureftpd.schema > /opt/packages/

Re: [SOLVED] [gentoo-user] Automatically copy a file to a different location after package install/update

2016-05-10 Thread J. Roeleveld
> > If anyone else ever needs to write something similar, here is how I got > > it to work: > > > > = > > # cat /etc/portage/bashrc > > > > #!/bin/bash > > > > if [ "${EBUILD_PHASE}" = "postinst" ] > > then > > &g

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Looking for a tool to produce 'reverse' SQL

2006-06-15 Thread kashani
Benjamin Blazke wrote: Hi, I'm looking for a tool that given an existing (base) database schema and an 'update patch' DDL .sql script on input would produce a 'reverse' script that could be used to undo the changes done by the patch. For example: base.sql: CREATE TABLE xxx (...); patch.sql

[gentoo-user] kde schema colors problem

2006-09-05 Thread James
Hello, Well maybe this (ls) schema color issue I'm seeing is related to a recent vim colors question...not sure? ON a newly installed system (2006.1) (amd-K8) the dir content listing (ls) is all white (various file types and dirs). I display only the current dir of my path as part of my

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Looking for a tool to produce 'reverse' SQL

2006-06-17 Thread Daniel Iliev
On Thu, Юни 15, 2006 9:15 pm, Benjamin Blazke wrote: Hi, I'm looking for a tool that given an existing (base) database schema and an 'update patch' DDL .sql script on input would produce a 'reverse' script that could be used to undo the changes done by the patch. For example: base.sql

Re: [SOLVED] [gentoo-user] Automatically copy a file to a different location after package install/update

2016-05-10 Thread J. Roeleveld
On Tuesday, May 10, 2016 10:01:10 AM Neil Bothwick wrote: > On Tue, 10 May 2016 10:53:03 +0200, J. Roeleveld wrote: > > Currently, I have to manually remember to copy the schema across when I > > update the ftp-server. Is there a way to set up a little script that > > wi

Re: [gentoo-user] trying KDE (again)

2006-02-14 Thread Richard Fish
On 2/13/06, Iain Buchanan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: However, I have some eye candy I want to bring from Gnome - transparent konsole is the first. Right click in the Konsole window, select Settings-Schema- and a transparent schema. You can also modify an existing or create a new schema

Re: [gentoo-user] XML Editor

2005-05-11 Thread Calvin Spealman
on a schema, as you need. It is a Java-written project, so it will run on your linux boxes, or anything else, of course. There is a very large list of editors at http://www.xml.com/pub/pt/3 you can look through, as well. On 5/11/05, Steve [Gentoo] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a few bespoke XML schema

[gentoo-user] After updating openldap today slapd won't start

2011-02-20 Thread Dan Johansson
) hdb_back_initialize: initialize HDB backend hdb_back_initialize: Berkeley DB 4.8.30: (2010-08-05) slapd destroy: freeing system resources. slapd stopped. connections_destroy: nothing to destroy. Here are slapd.conf (without comments): include /etc/openldap/schema/core.schema include /etc/openldap

Re: [gentoo-user] After updating openldap today slapd won't start

2011-02-20 Thread Dan Johansson
(without comments): include /etc/openldap/schema/core.schema include /etc/openldap/schema/cosine.schema include /etc/openldap/schema/inetorgperson.schema include /etc/openldap/schema/nis.schema include /etc/openldap/schema/authldap.schema include /etc

[gentoo-user] XML Editor

2005-05-11 Thread Steve [Gentoo]
I have a few bespoke XML schema specs, and I want to find a generic tool to construct XML files which are syntactically valid with respect to the schema specs. The schemas represent data-structures for domain specific records with moderately complex structure. It would not make sense to use

[gentoo-user] Re: XML Editor

2005-05-12 Thread David Dorward
On 5/11/05, Steve [Gentoo] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a few bespoke XML schema specs, and I want to find a generic tool to construct XML files which are syntactically valid with respect to the schema specs. The schemas represent data-structures for domain specific records

[gentoo-user] Re: syntax colorful highlight printing tool?

2005-11-04 Thread Zhang Weiwu
Looks like enscript did a good job in coloring C source code, simple need someone to put up a color schema for php. They also have color syntax file for perl, python, fortran, delphi.. I thought php is a bit more popular then fortran. I think I can just use C syntax for php On Fri, 4 Nov 2005

[gentoo-user] Konsole lost bold letters

2006-08-27 Thread Benno Schulenberg
Several days ago I noticed that in the Konsole man pages and nano --boldtext no longer produce bold letters. When using a light background (for example the Schema Black on White), the words NAME and SYNOPSIS and so on on a man page are no longer in bold letters but the same as all the other

Re: [gentoo-user] Konsole lost bold letters

2006-08-27 Thread Philip Webb
060827 Benno Schulenberg wrote: in the Konsole man pages no longer produce bold letters. When using eg the Schema Black on White, the words NAME and SYNOPSIS are no longer in bold letters but the same as all the other text. Only when using eg Green Tint those words still stand out

Re: [gentoo-user] Konsole lost bold letters

2006-09-07 Thread Benno Schulenberg
Philip Webb wrote: 060827 Benno Schulenberg wrote: in the Konsole man pages no longer produce bold letters. When using eg the Schema Black on White, the words NAME and SYNOPSIS are no longer in bold letters but the same as all the other text. Is it a bug in KDE 3.5.4? Is anyone else

[gentoo-user] konsole selected text

2008-02-17 Thread Daniel D Jones
When I select Konsole's Linux Colors schema, selected text appears to be black text on a black background. Under options, I can alter colors but I don't appear to be able to choose the background and foreground colors that are used for highlighting. Any hints on how to fix this appreciated

[gentoo-user] syntax colorful highlight printing tool?

2005-11-04 Thread Zhang Weiwu
Hello. I just tried enscript --color to print my php source. The result is simply no color: looks they don't have good color schema for php. I also had a look at a2ps and it doesn't even have a color option (or did I miss it?) How do you print your php source in color? -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org

[gentoo-user] LDAP Error

2005-12-12 Thread Gentoo
Hi, I am looking to use ldap with my mail server. When I run the command slaptest I get the following error. /etc/openldap/schema/cosine.schema: line 1084: ObjectClass not found: person config check failed Has any one come across this error before and could some one point me in the right

[gentoo-user] Virtual Mailserver using Postfix, OpenLDAP, and Courier

2006-09-15 Thread bijayant kumar
nalPersonobjectClass: organizationalRoleobjectClass: posixAccountobjectClass: posixGroupobjectClass: inetOrgPersonOne main thing i have included all the schema which are neccessary.I have included these schemas:--include /etc/openldap/schema/core.schemainclude /etc/openldap/schema/cosine.schemainclude

Re: [gentoo-user] konsole selected text

2008-02-18 Thread Thomas Kahle
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Daniel D Jones wrote: | When I select Konsole's Linux Colors schema, selected text appears to be | black text on a black background. Under options, I can alter colors but I | don't appear to be able to choose the background and foreground colors

Re: [gentoo-user] XML Editor

2005-05-11 Thread Julien Cayzac
have a few bespoke XML schema specs, and I want to find a generic tool to construct XML files which are syntactically valid with respect to the schema specs. The schemas represent data-structures for domain specific records with moderately complex structure. It would not make sense to use

Re: [gentoo-user] Automatically copy a file to a different location after package install/update

2016-05-10 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 10 May 2016 10:53:03 +0200, J. Roeleveld wrote: > Currently, I have to manually remember to copy the schema across when I > update the ftp-server. Is there a way to set up a little script that > will automatically copy the schema file to a different location after a > succes

[gentoo-user] eix color meaning

2005-09-04 Thread James
and have my terminal-settings-schema set to linux colors. Surely I overlooked the information that describes what a search result means depending on color, like red vs brown? James -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] Re: Missing back_ldbm.la file

2006-06-17 Thread Leandro Melo de Sales
get back_ldbm.la file? The openldap version is 2.3.24-r1. Thank you, Leandro. -- slapd.conf include /etc/openldap/schema/core.schema include /etc/openldap/schema/cosine.schema include /etc/openldap/schema/inetorgperson.schema include /etc/openldap

[gentoo-user] Re: kde schema colors problem

2006-09-06 Thread James
Richard Fish bigfish at asmallpond.org writes: Note that the bash prompt coloring is done in /etc/bash/bashrc, sourced by /etc/profile. You should read those to understand exactly how that part of it works. If the bash coloring works, but not ls/grep coloring, I suspect you are not using

[gentoo-user] Re: Nagios testers wanted

2014-11-05 Thread James
walt w41ter at gmail.com writes: On 11/05/2014 09:42 AM, James wrote: Us old farts, call that:: wisdom Is that Haskell? Maybe. My new linguas are Scala and R on Spark [1]. And those have me burried alive. My sleep hours have me cast in a sparse matrix schema. Haskill :: beyond my scope

Re: [SOLVED] [gentoo-user] Automatically copy a file to a different location after package install/update

2016-05-10 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 10 May 2016 16:30:49 +0200, J. Roeleveld wrote: > > pkg_postinst() { > > cp /etc/openldap/schema/pureftpd.schema > > /opt/packages/SHARED/etc/openldap/schema/pureftpd.schema > > einfo "NOTE: LDAP Schema File copied." > > } > > > >

[gentoo-user] Konsole, Gentoo and colors

2008-03-29 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
konsole schemata, and find that different things work for different purposes, but there's no one schema that I can just leave in place and forget. I use 'light paper' for starters. The 'linux colors' scheme is good for some things, but I the darker colors don't show up well on it (blue in particular

[gentoo-user] Re: OT:HDTV and PVR

2005-04-28 Thread James
, record and then send to a monitor? Any other schemes or places to read about schema and equipment? James -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Gnome Power Management

2007-01-02 Thread Randy Barlow
it start me afresh perhaps? OK, so I've all of the gnome dot files to .old to get a fresh setup, and I still get the power error when I start up. The error says, GConf schema installer error, battery_low_percentage cannot be zero. And the top says Power Manager. Any ideas? R -- gentoo-user

[gentoo-user] openldap: taking too much of time to authenticate

2006-08-26 Thread bijayant kumar
as the client. Please help me. I followed step by step http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/ldap-howto.xml#doc_chap2My /etc/openldap/slapd.conf :-include /etc/openldap/schema/core.schemainclude /etc/openldap/schema/cosine.schemainclude /etc/openldap/schema/inetorgperson.schemainclude /etc/openldap/schema

[gentoo-user] Fwd: openldap: taking too much of time to authenticate

2006-08-27 Thread bijayant kumar
running fine. But the problem is, it takes too much time to authenticate the user. My local system is server as well as the client. Please help me. I followed step by step http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/ldap-howto.xml#doc_chap2My /etc/openldap/slapd.conf :-include /etc/openldap/schema

[gentoo-user] samba 3.0.21b issue

2006-03-20 Thread Covington, Chris
) Failed to verify incoming ticket! [2006/03/20 15:29:11, 1] smbd/sesssetup.c:reply_spnego_kerberos(180) Failed to verify incoming ticket! After an emerge the following etc-updates need attention: 1) /etc/pam.d/samba /etc/pam.d/._cfg_samba 2) /etc/openldap/schema/samba.schema /etc/openldap/schema

Re: [gentoo-user] kde schema colors problem

2006-09-06 Thread Richard Fish
On 9/5/06, James [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Well maybe this (ls) schema color issue I'm seeing is related to a recent vim colors question...not sure? Probably not. That was specific to editing perl code, and vim uses a different mechanism of coloring than ls, cp, et al. ON a newly

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] RAID 1 over network

2009-06-16 Thread Daniel Iliev
On Tue, 16 Jun 2009 15:58:37 +0200 Philipp Riegger li...@anderedomain.de wrote: On Tue, 2009-06-16 at 16:45 +0300, Daniel Iliev wrote: DRBD is HA solution which is achieved by switching the role of the nodes in case the active node goes offline. I think DRBD is not meant for the schema

Re: [gentoo-user] mysqld invoked oom-killer

2011-07-21 Thread kashani
the schema with -d edit, import schema, then dump your data with no create statements and finally import the data into the new database. 4. Point your staging code to the new database and test 5. Plan a maintenance window to do all the above and take the site offline while you reimport the data

Re: [gentoo-user] XML editor

2008-02-23 Thread Kirk Lowery
of the open source xml editors out there. I need a full-featured XML editor, one with an xslt debugger, css WYSIWYG presentation of xml documents, handles schema/relaxng, everything you can think of. And the one that is multi-platform (written in Java) that fits those needs *and* is affordable is oXygen

Re: [gentoo-user] Konsole, Gentoo and colors

2008-03-29 Thread Alan McKinnon
blends into the background. I've tried different konsole schemata, and find that different things work for different purposes, but there's no one schema that I can just leave in place and forget. I use 'light paper' for starters. The 'linux colors' scheme is good for some things, but I

Re: [gentoo-user] Konsole, Gentoo and colors

2008-03-31 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
to have portions that are unreadable because of low contrast -- the text blends into the background. I've tried different konsole schemata, and find that different things work for different purposes, but there's no one schema that I can just leave in place and forget. I use 'light

Re: [gentoo-user] Frox iptables ftp proxy

2009-05-03 Thread Daniel Iliev
--to-destination 127.0.0.1:2121 Either that, or frox itself is having issues. Any ideas? While I'm at it, is there an alternative to frox? Hi, I believe this schema won't work because DNAT target rewrites the destination address in the IP packet headers. Therefore what frox receives

Re: [gentoo-user] splunk

2006-02-08 Thread kashani
I talked to their support manager, BTW they're hiring for Level 2/3 support, and their lead architect who laughed when I asked about their schema. They're using some sort of processed hash of all the interesting data vs shoving it into a database. Interesting product especially if you currently

Re: [gentoo-user] XML Editor

2005-05-12 Thread Steve [Gentoo]
Calvin Spealman wrote: Jaxe looks like a promising possibility, over at http://jaxe.sourceforge.net/. It can validate based on a schema, as you need. It is a Java-written project, so it will run on your linux boxes, or anything else, of course. I've had a brief play with Jaxe - but it didn't

Re: [gentoo-user] RAID 10 help

2005-10-29 Thread A. Khattri
On Sun, 30 Oct 2005, Qiangning Hong wrote: As grub cannot be setup on RAID0 (neither RAID 1+0 nor RAID 0+1), I have to create a four-partion RAID1 with /dev/sd[abcd]1 and mount it as /boot. Then I want both my / and /var are RAID10. I use the following schema: /dev/sda3/dev/sdb3

Re: [gentoo-user] Gnome Power Management

2007-01-02 Thread Iain Buchanan
suppose). Should I just mv the .gnome directory and let it start me afresh perhaps? OK, so I've all of the gnome dot files to .old to get a fresh setup, and I still get the power error when I start up. The error says, GConf schema installer error, battery_low_percentage cannot be zero

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: telnet into embedded devices

2005-06-30 Thread A. Khattri
that the telnetd will not *try* and do a reverse DNS or ident lookup though does it? Yep this is the approach, but it'll take some time. I was hoping for 'short circuit analysis' i.e. surely somebody knows the schema of telnet's implementation on gentoo? Surely there is an easy way to install some very

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] RAID 1 over network

2009-06-16 Thread Philipp Riegger
On Tue, 2009-06-16 at 16:45 +0300, Daniel Iliev wrote: DRBD is HA solution which is achieved by switching the role of the nodes in case the active node goes offline. I think DRBD is not meant for the schema OP has described, because only the active node is accessible via FS. DRBD works

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] RAID 1 over network

2009-06-16 Thread Dirk Heinrichs
Am Dienstag 16 Juni 2009 15:58:37 schrieb Philipp Riegger: On Tue, 2009-06-16 at 16:45 +0300, Daniel Iliev wrote: DRBD is HA solution which is achieved by switching the role of the nodes in case the active node goes offline. I think DRBD is not meant for the schema OP has described, because

[gentoo-user] [~amd64] Anyone survive the big gnome update from this morning (July 25)?

2013-07-25 Thread walt
on the virtual machine. The gnome desktop, however, is completely black except for one functioning gnome main-menu applet, which lets me open an xterm for potential debugging efforts. Running nautilus from the xterm prompt produces this error: GLib-GIO_ERROR: Settings schema

[gentoo-user] Re: akonadi-server upgrade desaster

2014-12-18 Thread Jörg Schaible
drop them all. All I can do is to downgrade to 1.11.0 again and restore the DB schema from a backup. [snip] So, what now? I am out of ideas ... - Jörg I'm sure I've seen a bug reported in KDE about it when I suffered some similar error, but can't find the link just now. You may

[gentoo-user] meld 3.12 can't save settings

2015-01-07 Thread Grant Edwards
list, they say settings have moved from gconf to gsettings/dconf, and if settings don't work it's a distro problem. The gsettings app seems to work find and can find/change settings for varioius other apps (gnumeric, evince, etc.), but it doesn't show any schema/keys for meld. Then I realized, I

Re: [gentoo-user] Diagnosing file corruption

2015-08-05 Thread wraeth
yet: have you performed an fsck on the partition? You could try booting to a livecd environment and running fsck -fc /dev/sdXY (adjusting for your device schema accordingly) on your apparently failing partition(s) to see if there is a filesystem corruption... - -- wraeth wra...@wraeth.id.au

[gentoo-user] Re: palemoon-27.3.0 anyone?

2017-06-30 Thread Ian Zimmerman
ause I unthinkingly reused my bookmark database from Firefox when I started using palemoon. Even if the database schema is the same (and I don't know if it is), that is not sufficient for compatibility: what the code does with the data can make a difference. So make a backup, then go ahead and

Re: [gentoo-user] Ext4 status - Alternative to ext2/3 for gentoo portage and more

2008-02-15 Thread Florian Philipp
... I was thinking of having the below filesystem schema: / : ext3 (-j -O dir_index,sparse_super,filetype) (Good mkfs options ??) /usr: xfs (I never used it so please suggest mkfs.xfs options) /var: // /home : ext3 (-m 0 -j -O dir_index,sparse_super

Re: [gentoo-user] Ext4 status - Alternative to ext2/3 for gentoo portage and more

2008-02-15 Thread Jerry McBride
) and movies... I was thinking of having the below filesystem schema: / : ext3 (-j -O dir_index,sparse_super,filetype) (Good mkfs options ??) /usr: xfs (I never used it so please suggest mkfs.xfs options) /var: // /home : ext3 (-m 0 -j -O dir_index

Re: [gentoo-user] konsole selected text

2008-02-18 Thread Daniel D Jones
On Monday 18 February 2008 04:26:01 Thomas Kahle wrote: Daniel D Jones wrote: | When I select Konsole's Linux Colors schema, selected text appears to be | black text on a black background. Under options, I can alter colors but I | don't appear to be able to choose the background

[gentoo-user] Re: samba 3.0.21b issue

2006-03-20 Thread Covington, Chris
/samba /etc/pam.d/._cfg_samba 2) /etc/openldap/schema/samba.schema /etc/openldap/schema/._cfg_samba.schema 3) /etc/samba/smb.conf.example /etc/samba/._cfg_smb.conf.example Which I replace with the new versions. I'd like to upgrade samba on some of my servers without actually

[Copfilter] Copy of quarantined email - *** SPAM *** [6.5/6.0] [gentoo-user] Can t compile OpenOffice 2.0.2-r1 with Java support

2006-05-18 Thread bdunglison
/MathCommands.val xcs=/var/tmp/portage/openoffice-2.0.2-r1/work/ooo-build-2.0.2.9/build/OOO_2_0_2/officecfg/registry/data/org/openoffice/Office/UI/../../../../../../registry/schema/org/openoffice/Office/UI/MathCommands.xcs schemaRoot=/var/tmp/portage/openoffice-2.0.2-r1/work/ooo-build-2.0.2.9/build

Re: [gentoo-user] mysqld invoked oom-killer

2011-07-21 Thread Grant
. Then import the whole thing as a new database. If you have a lot of data, I'd dump the schema with -d edit, import schema, then dump your data with no create statements and finally import the data into the new database. 4. Point your staging code to the new database and test 5. Plan

[gentoo-user] gtk-engines-2.91.1 couldn't be compiled!

2012-04-14 Thread easior
.pc config.status: creating po/Makefile.in config.status: creating schema/Makefile config.status: creating schema/clearlooks.xml.in config.status: creating schema/crux-engine.xml.in config.status: creating schema/glide.xml.in config.status: creating schema/hcengine.xml.in config.status: creating

Re: [gentoo-user] Ext4 status - Alternative to ext2/3 for gentoo portage and more

2008-02-15 Thread Wael Nasreddine
the below filesystem schema: / : ext3 (-j -O dir_index,sparse_super,filetype) (Good mkfs options ??) /usr: xfs (I never used it so please suggest mkfs.xfs options) /var: // /home : ext3 (-m 0 -j -O dir_index,sparse_super,filetype) (Good mkfs options

Re: [gentoo-user] Is there a way to keyword a whole overlay as ~arch ?

2014-02-14 Thread Michael Higgins
adding that incantation and emerging world, which gave no changes to my install. Then I tried: emerge -av dev-perl/Catalyst-Model-DBIC-Schema (Which created a bloated keyword file on my other machine.) This time, it only wants to unmask things perl in the gentoo tree... but --autounmask-write

[SOLVED] Re: [gentoo-user] segfaults with php and cacti

2008-07-05 Thread Matt Harrison
to us that you've checked and to save us suggesting looking at them. Stroller. Ack, I had forgotten to import the db schema before accessing the web interface. I just wish the cacti people had found a way to make this more obvious. I will send them a message and maybe they can make this a little

Re: [gentoo-user] Postfix + mySQL

2008-12-12 Thread kashani
the optional mysql-transport table. virtual_mailbox_domains = proxy:mysql:/etc/postfix/mysql-transport.cf I also recommend ditching the Gentoo How-to and using PostfixAdmin which is light years better in schema and administration. kashani

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo Virtual Mailhost Setup Question.

2005-10-17 Thread kashani
. However I still believe Postfix is the easiest and best MTA to use for a virtual system. It's just that you should use PostfixAdmin as the base. Migrating from the Gentoo How-to to a PostfixAdmin based system can be painful, different db schema and other things, but having an easy to use interface

Re: [gentoo-user] RAID 10 help

2005-10-29 Thread Qiangning Hong
A. Khattri wrote: On Sun, 30 Oct 2005, Qiangning Hong wrote: As grub cannot be setup on RAID0 (neither RAID 1+0 nor RAID 0+1), I have to create a four-partion RAID1 with /dev/sd[abcd]1 and mount it as /boot. Then I want both my / and /var are RAID10. I use the following schema: /dev/sda3

[gentoo-user] OT - mythbackend not binding to port. Why?

2006-10-05 Thread Michael Sullivan
Connected to database 'mythconverg' at host: localhost 2006-10-05 14:08:36.139 Current Schema Version: 1123 Running as a slave backend. 2006-10-05 14:08:36.153 New DB connection, total: 2 2006-10-05 14:08:36.154 Connected to database 'mythconverg' at host: localhost 2006-10-05 14:08:36.156 mythbackend

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Looking for a tool to produce 'reverse' SQL

2006-06-15 Thread kashani
. Thanks for such a quick answer ;-) That's pretty much the way we've been doing it, but if there is a better way I'd like to hear it too as I'm a poor imitation of a DBA. However I don't see any easy solutions for combined application, data, schema change rollbacks especially when changes

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] RAID 1 over network

2009-06-16 Thread Daniel Iliev
synchronous then I'll second DRBD-with-HA-cluster-fs suggestion. DRBD is HA solution which is achieved by switching the role of the nodes in case the active node goes offline. I think DRBD is not meant for the schema OP has described, because only the active node is accessible via FS. DRBD works

Re: [gentoo-user] Devicekit - especially just for Dale

2010-01-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
(nor user C) know in advance exactly what the other is. They might not even know much about the data schema being used, so that metadata is in the xml. This is so completely not the case with hal on a local machine, that it defies description why the dev thought it might be useful. -- alan

Re: [gentoo-user] Devicekit - especially just for Dale

2010-01-18 Thread Neil Walker
that real-world xml is almost unreadable, the conditions that make xml useful are simply not present in hal... xml works well when you have system A talking to system B and neither A nor B (nor user C) know in advance exactly what the other is. They might not even know much about the data schema

Re: [gentoo-user] Devicekit - especially just for Dale

2010-01-21 Thread BRM
validate the configuration file against the DTD/RNG/Schema. But it also means that you MUST have a tool. Ben

[gentoo-user] Ldap authentication issues.

2010-05-03 Thread Indexer
nss_base_shadow ou=People,dc=chocolate,dc=lan?one nss_base_group ou=Nemo,ou=Group,dc=chocolate,dc=lan?one nss_base_group ou=Marvin,ou=Group,dc=chocolate,dc=lan?one ssl off Here is /etc/openldap/slapd.conf include /usr/local/etc/openldap/schema/core.schema include

[gentoo-user] Automation: Ripping DVDs to disk

2011-03-08 Thread James
Hello, I have a large DVD(movie) collection, that I want copied to hard drive(s) and a database set up about the movies. Since disc is cheap ($75/2TB) I'm not even going to fool around with conversion or compression, i.e. MPEG-2 is fine for now, unless the process can be automated (see schema

Re: [gentoo-user] Automation: Ripping DVDs to disk

2011-03-08 Thread Fernando Freire
be automated (see schema below). Naturally being able to store video in different formats would be a big plus. I'm very flexible on the DB so any software package that already exists in a (gui) tool form, so that I can set it up with simple instructions for an adolescent to: load the dvd execute

Re: [gentoo-user] Automation: Ripping DVDs to disk

2011-03-08 Thread Paul Hartman
. MPEG-2 is fine for now, unless the process can be automated (see schema below). Naturally being able to store video in different formats would be a big plus. I'm very flexible on the DB so any software package that already exists in a (gui) tool form, so that I can set it up with simple

Re: [gentoo-user] [~amd64] Anyone survive the big gnome update from this morning (July 25)?

2013-07-26 Thread Stefan G. Weichinger
: GLib-GIO_ERROR: Settings schema 'org.gnome.desktop.background' does not contain a key named 'draw-background' Trace/breakpoint trap Has anyone else tried the same update yet? I didn't notice anything today ... which might be related to the fact that I unmasked gnome-3.8 months(?) ago. So

Re: [gentoo-user] [~amd64] Anyone survive the big gnome update from this morning (July 25)?

2013-07-26 Thread Todd Goodman
: GLib-GIO_ERROR: Settings schema 'org.gnome.desktop.background' does not contain a key named 'draw-background' Trace/breakpoint trap Has anyone else tried the same update yet? I blocked the whole update by adding entries to package.mask (don't know if there was an easier way) because I

[gentoo-user] Re: meld 3.12 can't save settings

2015-01-07 Thread Grant Edwards
, etc.), but it doesn't show any schema/keys for meld. Then I realized, I didn't even have dconf installed. Is that a missing dependancy in the meld 3 ebuild? So I emerged dconf, and then re-emerged glib. No change; meld 3 preferences don't work, gsettings works the same as before. After

[gentoo-user] Re: repos.conf

2015-06-24 Thread James
the ideas and schema coming, as I only want to solve this code migration organization problem once. Maybe I should just file a (bgo) bug about when do we git nitrous.io on gentoo? (reminds me of the dentist :: a_hole). But he does have an extremely attractive hygienist! James [1] https

[gentoo-user] printing problems

2015-11-01 Thread Philip Webb
to print properly via file -> print -> options -> layout -> schema : when set to 'normal' 'KDE' 'Vim dark', everything comes out as it should (there are some amusing color effects, but it's all there). Alongside Gentoo, I installed Mint 17.2 (Xfce), which started printing properly vi

Re: [gentoo-user] printing problems

2015-11-02 Thread Philip Webb
;> there are blank bands across the page, omitting lines or parts of letters. >> >> I have managed to get Kwrite to print properly >> via file -> print -> options -> layout -> schema : >> when set to 'normal' 'KDE' 'Vim dark', everything comes out as i

Re: [gentoo-user] Ext4 status - Alternative to ext2/3 for gentoo portage and more

2008-02-15 Thread Wael Nasreddine
to /, /usr, /var, /home, /usr/portage, /mnt/storage the latter is to be used for Mp3z (around 12000) and movies... I was thinking of having the below filesystem schema: / : ext3 (-j -O dir_index,sparse_super,filetype) (Good mkfs options ??) /usr: xfs (I never used

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo, MySQL, UltraMonkey Clusters

2009-09-03 Thread kashani
/articles/mysql-54.html http://www.percona.com/percona-lab.html http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/ http://drizzle.org/wiki/Drizzle_Features High Availability Round Robin db masters almost never works unless you've designed your schema from the ground up to work that way. If you're wondering

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: Filesystem permissions

2008-07-03 Thread Daniel Iliev
bit on. The GID bit makes the newly created files in the directory to be owned by the group project, instead by the group of the user creating the file. P.S. This schema may be convenient for some things but as usual it also has some disadvantages for others. I have asked here about one

Re: [gentoo-user] Good Library Management software

2008-07-20 Thread kashani
with a db easier. 1. Settle on Mysql, 99% of anything you'll install can use it. 2. However apps that can use more than one database backened are *always* better written, more mature, and is usually a sign that the schema has been designed rather than tossing data in tables. 3. Don't mess with my.cnf

[gentoo-user] postgresql replication with slony1

2008-08-28 Thread Zhu Sha Zang
process started 2008-08-28 15:16:57 BRT DEBUG2 slon: watchdog ready - pid = 22743 2008-08-28 15:16:57 BRT ERROR cannot get sl_local_node_id - ERROR: schema _solaris.semfio.usp.br does not exi st 2008-08-28 15:16:57 BRT FATAL main: Node is not initialized properly - sleep 10s 2008-08-28 15:16

[gentoo-user] Re: Question about ARPing

2005-05-27 Thread James
a very long time to profile your weaknesses, before taking any action. Eitherway, I would not leave the system powered up and connected at night, until you get your security straight. Before applying a security schema, you have to define what you need and want your network to be able to do.Then you shut

[gentoo-user] Snort/BASE/PostgreSQL Config

2005-10-07 Thread gentuxx
), that there was a database schema initialization script that came with the snort source. I was using mysql at the time, but I remember there being a postgresql script as well. Now, I was able to solve THAT problem by downloading the snort source, finding the appropriate script and running it through psql

[gentoo-user] RECALL: Snort/BASE/PostgreSQL Config

2005-10-07 Thread gentuxx
(or longer), that there was a database schema initialization script that came with the snort source. I was using mysql at the time, but I remember there being a postgresql script as well. Now, I was able to solve THAT problem by downloading the snort source, finding the appropriate script

[gentoo-user] RAID 10 help

2005-10-29 Thread Qiangning Hong
/ and /var are RAID10. I use the following schema: /dev/sda3/dev/sdb3/dev/sdc3/dev/sdd3 |||| +--(RAID1)---++---(RAID1)--+ | | /dev/md3 /dev/md4

Re: [gentoo-user] Ldap authentication issues.

2010-05-03 Thread Daniel Troeder
=lan?one nss_base_group ou=Marvin,ou=Group,dc=chocolate,dc=lan?one ssl off Here is /etc/openldap/slapd.conf include /usr/local/etc/openldap/schema/core.schema include /usr/local/etc/openldap/schema/cosine.schema include /usr/local/etc/openldap/schema

[gentoo-user] repos.conf

2015-06-23 Thread James
? or just the ones run by gentoo-devs? Suggests on a sane schema for all of this is most welcome. (how are other organizing/labeling ad wide collect of repos, gentoo dev repos and their own (code)fiefdom? naming and location strategies are most welcome. Lacking organization on repos, James

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