[gentoo-user] Re: MAC addresses

2009-04-30 Thread James
is that you surf the open source tools to find something that reveals deeper information about your MAC anomalies. Lots of stuff in: /usr/portage/net-analyzer/ Here's one: net-analyzer/macchanger Description: Utility for viewing/manipulating the MAC address of network interfaces

Freedom to surf with UnblockLists.com

2008-09-14 Thread jermain4
to surf with UnblockLists.com proxy-rank -- Thread -- -- Date -- Freedom to surf with UnblockLists.com jermain4 Sun, 14 Sep 2008 16:43:50 -0700 > Re: [gentoo-u

Re: [gentoo-user] what diz mean?

2005-10-17 Thread Dave Nebinger
On Monday 17 October 2005 05:44 pm, El Nino wrote: i don't have a running web server. am just using my lap to surf de net. i thought some one accessing my lap over de net. what do u think? My bad, first address is where the connection is from, second is where the address is to. So from your

Re: [gentoo-user] Anyone know where I can find an ebuild for projectx?

2005-11-24 Thread Holly Bostick
the gentoo.org homepage, use the Browse CVS menu item to get to the CVS, and then surf to the correct category. There should be a folder called Attic, where, iirc, you will find such removed ebuilds. Just download/save it and pop it in your overlay. I would check why it was removed, though, before doing

Re: [gentoo-user] kwallet [SOLVED]

2006-09-21 Thread Hemmann, Volker Armin
everytime you surf on a website, you have to enter the kwallet pw. I don't see, why kmail's behaviour is more painfull. -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] kwallet [SOLVED]

2006-09-21 Thread Neil Bothwick
surf on a website, you have to enter the kwallet pw. Only if you configure it so. I don't see, why kmail's behaviour is more painfull. It is an extra level of inconvenience for the person using KMail. Computers are supposed to make things easier. If we wanted to modify our behaviour to suit

Re: [gentoo-user] kwallet [SOLVED]

2006-09-21 Thread Hemmann, Volker Armin
a while, when no website asks for a pw. So everytime you surf on a website, you have to enter the kwallet pw. Only if you configure it so. and the same way you can configure kwallet to never close, so kmail only ask once (to open it) and never again. I prefer a self-closing kwallet - so I

[gentoo-user] Re: ATI-Driver 9.6 support?

2009-07-02 Thread James
. Is that related to fonts that disappeared? Seamonkey is ok to surf and such, but when I fire up email (via seamonkey) buttons stop working. Just upgraded late last night. Is my problem related to fonts issue with ATI-drivers-9.6? Ideas? James

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: ATI-Driver 9.6 support?

2009-07-02 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
use email via seamonkey and that is not working. Is that related to fonts that disappeared? Seamonkey is ok to surf and such, but when I fire up email (via seamonkey) buttons stop working. Just upgraded late last night. Is my problem related to fonts issue with ATI-drivers-9.6? Ideas

[gentoo-user] Website disabling right click

2009-08-05 Thread Dale
something, it gives me a pop up thing. I'm not trying to steal some pics from them or anything, I just want to be able to surf the way I am accustomed to. If you would like to see the site, here is a link. http://www.etoolnet.com/ It's not porn or anything. It's just for air conditioning supplies. I'm

[gentoo-user] Re: DSL and ATT. About time.

2009-08-08 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
On 08/08/2009 05:17 PM, Dale wrote: It sounds like it will work without a router. I know my ex's cable modem worked without or with. Of course, without only one of us could surf at a time. ;-) If it doesn't work, I can always pick up a router. Newegg is just one day away. All you need

Re: [gentoo-user] fsck won't work if ac cord not attached?!

2009-12-01 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Mon, 30 Nov 2009 18:54:45 -0700, Maxim Wexler wrote: you guys are killing me -- the problem goes away when the ac cord is plugged in. I open files watch videos surf the web and so on -- no problems. I'm no expert, but that would seem to suggest that the fs is OK, no? No! You're missing

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: udev + /usr

2011-09-19 Thread pk
On 2011-09-19 16:22, Alan McKinnon wrote: Try run a browser on that Amiga. I doubt it would even manage to display the Gentoo logo at http://www.gentoo.org. Actually, I used Mosaic to surf the web and then moved on to a browser called IBrowse (then Voyager...). Worked like a charm (esp

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.0.0

2008-01-20 Thread Dale
Iain Buchanan wrote: didn't you say aDSL was on the way? May it speed to your line! Yep, it is on the way. I plan to surf for a week, NON STOP!! Little progress today. Emerging (33 of 205) kde-base/libkonq-4.0.0 to / Downloading 'ftp://ftp.ussg.iu.edu/pub/linux/gentoo/distfiles

Re: [gentoo-user] udev-140

2009-03-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
or something with cygwin) This was the first time I had actually done something useful on Windows (apart from a quick browser surf here and there) for about a year. It's my girlfriend's machine and has putty so I used it. I'm in the lucky position of not needing Windows for anything whatsoever, so

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: MAC addresses

2009-04-30 Thread Sergey A. Kobzar
suspect in a variety of circumstances. My suggestion is that you surf the open source tools to find something that reveals deeper information about your MAC anomalies. Lots of stuff in: /usr/portage/net-analyzer/ Here's one: net-analyzer/macchanger Description: Utility

Re: [gentoo-user] i'm new of list

2005-12-21 Thread Mariusz Pękala
display (yeah, I know - we all surf the web, but ...) :-) Quote For The Day: Just because I am paranoid doesn't mean they're not after me -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by 'grep -i virus $MESSAGE' Trust me. pgpzQsiNrNWE3.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: OT - Need MythTV setup help (resend)

2006-01-07 Thread Bob Sanders
with that combo. One thing I note is the backend is still telling you that mythsetup hasn't been run to attach a channel to the port and to the rest of the setup. That step is not detailed in the wiki. You need to assign the those via mythsetup, before running the front end Surf to - http

Re: [gentoo-user] what diz mean?

2005-10-17 Thread El Nino
i don't have a running web server. am just using my lap to surf de net. i thought some one accessing my lap over de net. what do u think?On 10/18/05, Dave Nebinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:On Monday 17 October 2005 05:19 pm, Gentoo Shadow wrote: tcp 0 0 10.1.0.64:33612 http://10.1.0.64:33612

Re: [gentoo-user] Anyone know where I can find an ebuild for projectx?

2005-11-24 Thread Nick Rout
to be in Portage, you can probably find it in the CVS attic-- check the gentoo.org homepage, use the Browse CVS menu item to get to the CVS, and then surf to the correct category. There should be a folder called Attic, where, iirc, you will find such removed ebuilds. thanks, good idea. in fact you

[gentoo-user] links w/o benefit of X

2005-12-09 Thread maxim wexler
Hello everybody, On my new setup I'd like to be able to surf the web using links before I try configuring X and installing firefox etc. Because my modem is so beastly slow I dread having to download a bunch of stuff I don't really need. But I notice in yahoo when I try to read my mail after

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Set kde visited links color

2005-12-11 Thread Jan Callewaert
. Yeah, I know how to set the homepage of course, what I said was how to make Konq start on that page. I have google set in there but when I start konq I get a blank screen, not the home page. -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list Open konqueror and surf to the url you want to start up

[gentoo-user] Re: ATI Radeon 9550

2007-01-12 Thread James
it matters. Try ati-drivers first and it may want to pull in xorg first. In that case, the answer is org. If not, it does not matter. Remember, at some point, after you build a kernel, you have to run modules-update, but surf the various gentoo web pages on Ati to get that answer. follow

Re: [gentoo-user] Website disabling right click

2009-08-05 Thread Boris Fersing
some pics from them or anything, I just want to be able to surf the way I am accustomed to.  If you would like to see the site, here is a link.  http://www.etoolnet.com/  It's not porn or anything.  It's just for air conditioning supplies. I'm open to maybe some extension thing like adblock

Re: [gentoo-user] Website disabling right click

2009-08-06 Thread Paul Hartman
disable them blocking right click? Each time I right click something, it gives me a pop up thing. I'm not trying to steal some pics from them or anything, I just want to be able to surf the way I am accustomed to. If you would like to see the site, here is a link. http://www.etoolnet.com

Re: [gentoo-user] Website disabling right click

2009-08-07 Thread Dale
. Is their some way I can disable them blocking right click? Each time I right click something, it gives me a pop up thing. I'm not trying to steal some pics from them or anything, I just want to be able to surf the way I am accustomed to. If you would like to see the site, here is a link

Re: [gentoo-user] fsck won't work if ac cord not attached?!

2009-11-30 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
On Dienstag 01 Dezember 2009, Maxim Wexler wrote: you guys are killing me -- the problem goes away when the ac cord is plugged in. I open files watch videos surf the web and so on -- no problems. I'm no expert, but that would seem to suggest that the fs is OK, no? I set this forth above. Did

Re: [gentoo-user] How to get text only console on livecd install

2010-02-19 Thread Dale
it for some reason or other. Hope that helps. Oh, I use Knoppix most of the time. I can surf the web while something compiles. ;-) Dale :-) :-)

Re: [gentoo-user] Stable users: libpng-1.4

2010-07-04 Thread Dale
to surf and check emails and it was being rebuilt too. If I had known this before hand tho, I would have waited until I was going to bed and let it compile while I was napping. Roughly 12 hours of compile time. :/ Dale :-) :-)

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Binary install distro

2011-11-11 Thread Dale
someone surf the net with my rig or use OOo or something but not the OS itself. They would get over it I'm sure. lol Dale :-) :-)

Re: [gentoo-user] requirements for a gentoo wlan accesspoint

2012-01-06 Thread Stroller
of a recent router will quickly pay for itself in electricity savings, over leaving your big desktop PC on when you only want to surf the net on your netbook. Stroller.

Re: [gentoo-user] S.O.P.A and P.I.P.A and the blackout.

2012-01-18 Thread Frank Steinmetzger
everything out. Actually, that could have been one of their points -- it is very easy to circumvent*. Thanks to the blessings of NoScript, I surf with JS mostly disabled, so I wouldn’t have seen it either. However, it is specifically stated on the Wiki page that tells about the blackout

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Anyone switched to eudev yet? - what was wron with SysVInit?

2012-12-27 Thread Bruce Hill
was at one time Greg's 'baby', at this point udev serves only the wants of the few. link? Surf around here http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.drivers.video-input-infrastructure/49758/focus%3D55168 -- Happy Penguin Computers ') 126 Fenco Drive ( \ Tupelo, MS

Re: [gentoo-user] Hard drive storage questions

2015-05-04 Thread Neil Bothwick
to surf on. Slowest thing I ever seen. Newegg isn't alone tho. As long as you restrict the upload speed to around 80-80% of your available upstream bandwidth, it shouldn't affect downloading significantly. It's when you saturate the upstream that your downloads are affected. -- Neil Bothwick

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [WAS: keyboard stops working] Recent kernels block the loading of non-GPL kernel modules

2015-08-19 Thread Dale
plug in my toaster or my puter, then what is the point of having the plug at all? Basically, the kernel devs need to look at it like this. If I can't have a GUI on my puter, I can't surf the web. If I can't surf the web, what is the point of the puter or the kernel? Just like, what would

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.0.0

2008-01-21 Thread Eddie Mihalow Jr
Dale wrote: Iain Buchanan wrote: didn't you say aDSL was on the way? May it speed to your line! Yep, it is on the way. I plan to surf for a week, NON STOP!! Little progress today. Emerging (33 of 205) kde-base/libkonq-4.0.0 to / Downloading 'ftp://ftp.ussg.iu.edu/pub/linux/gentoo

[gentoo-user] Re: fstab question

2007-08-16 Thread James
. It's what I use on systems with lots of different media being attached. It even discovered my sony handycam DCR SR42 (one i figured out that you have to surf thru a few menus and push a few buttons on the camera's touch screen). If you want something locked down, udev is your most reliable method

Re: [gentoo-laptop] Re: [gentoo-user] Problem with CPU temperature (Santa Rosa CPU)

2007-10-13 Thread Marco Calviani
a notebook in the future have some surf on the web to see if it's fully supported by linux (acer sells linux only notebooks actually but only from taiwan). i had my linux notebook not working with linux for 5-6 months and yet i had to change the wireless since it wasn't supported after almost 2 years

Re: [gentoo-laptop] Re: [gentoo-user] Problem with CPU temperature (Santa Rosa CPU)

2007-10-16 Thread Marco Calviani
that the processor would not run overheat. and hope that the acpi people would fix that in the near future. i'm sorry for not being able to help you more. and as an advice for the future: before getting a notebook in the future have some surf on the web to see if it's fully supported by linux (acer

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: OT - Need MythTV setup help (resend)

2006-01-07 Thread Michael Sullivan
to assign the those via mythsetup, before running the front end Surf to - http://mythtv.org/docs/mythtv-HOWTO-9.html and scroll down to jusr passed the STOP sign, and work through - Mythtv-setup. Bob - I tried the test cat /dev/video0 test.mpg and opening it in mplayer and all I got

Re: [gentoo-user] Rate limiting TCP connections...

2008-08-19 Thread gentoo_steve
works perfectly. My downloads max-out my ADSL connection - and not only can I ping other hosts concurrently, but I can surf the web and bandwidth is shared fairly between competing applications. My router is a Netgear Wireless ADSL Firewall Router - it seems pretty common... and I've not found

[gentoo-user] Re: internet/lan access control

2005-10-27 Thread James
and sat 8-13), but if employees are here late they should work, not surf * Downloading files is not allowed (.exe, .com, .arj, .zip, .asf, .avi, .mpg, .mpeg, etc) * We do not like banners, so they are filtered and replaced with a transparent gif (this is where you get creative

[gentoo-user] emerge problem (proxy? firewall?)

2006-05-26 Thread Leonardo
Hi all, I have a Gentoo PC connected to the net through a proxy that I cannot access. I can surf the net, but wget fails, so I cannot emerge-webrsync. My proxy server is: ftp_proxy=ftp://www-proxy.blah-blah.de:3128 http_proxy=http://www-proxy.blah-blah.de:3128 When I emerge-webrsync I get

[gentoo-user] How do I get larger fonts in X ?

2005-08-14 Thread Walter Dnes
-being, I've created a second user account for myself. waltdnes (my regular account) surfs the web at 1152 x 864 on display :0, and user2 (how original) works with Gimp at 1560 x 1170 on display :1. How do I boost font size across the board so I can surf the web, and do spreadsheets, etc without

Re: [gentoo-user] How do I get larger fonts in X ?

2005-08-15 Thread Zac Medico
the text. For the time-being, I've created a second user account for myself. waltdnes (my regular account) surfs the web at 1152 x 864 on display :0, and user2 (how original) works with Gimp at 1560 x 1170 on display :1. How do I boost font size across the board so I can surf the web, and do

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge problem (proxy? firewall?)

2006-06-20 Thread Leonardo
that I cannot access. I can surf the net, but wget fails, so I cannot emerge-webrsync. My proxy server is: ftp_proxy=ftp://www-proxy.blah-blah.de:3128 http_proxy=http://www-proxy.blah-blah.de:3128 When I emerge-webrsync I get: # emerge-webrsync -v Fetching most recent snapshot

Re: [gentoo-user] Website disabling right click

2009-08-07 Thread Paul Hartman
in new tabs and such, especially when searching for products. Is their some way I can disable them blocking right click? Each time I right click something, it gives me a pop up thing. I'm not trying to steal some pics from them or anything, I just want to be able to surf the way I am

Re: [gentoo-user] Website disabling right click

2009-08-07 Thread Dale
to be able to surf the way I am accustomed to. If you would like to see the site, here is a link. http://www.etoolnet.com/ It's not porn or anything. It's just for air conditioning supplies. I'm open to maybe some extension thing like adblock, which is also installed. I'm not much

Re: [gentoo-user] DSL and ATT. About time.

2009-08-08 Thread Dale
without a router. I know my ex's cable modem worked without or with. Of course, without only one of us could surf at a time. ;-) If it doesn't work, I can always pick up a router. Newegg is just one day away. Dale :-) :-)

Re: [gentoo-user] MySql versus sqlite. Don't want sqlite anymore.

2009-11-17 Thread Dale
was thinking that someone may see some USE flags that are no longer needed in most cases. Some may not even be still in use as far as portage is concerned. In other words, portage doesn't even recognize them as a option. Basically, I do some picture stuff, surf with Seamonkey, Firefox and sometimes

Re: [gentoo-user] fsck won't work if ac cord not attached?!

2009-11-30 Thread Maxim Wexler
you guys are killing me -- the problem goes away when the ac cord is plugged in. I open files watch videos surf the web and so on -- no problems. I'm no expert, but that would seem to suggest that the fs is OK, no? I set this forth above. Did your eyes glaze over at that point? Roy Marples, who

Re: [gentoo-user] fsck won't work if ac cord not attached?!FIXED -- almost

2009-12-01 Thread Maxim Wexler
On 12/1/09, Neil Bothwick n...@digimed.co.uk wrote: On Mon, 30 Nov 2009 18:54:45 -0700, Maxim Wexler wrote: you guys are killing me -- the problem goes away when the ac cord is plugged in. I open files watch videos surf the web and so on -- no problems. I'm no expert, but that would seem

Re: [gentoo-user] slow x

2010-06-29 Thread mailinglists00
have this problem with different applications, even with epdfview. I'm using webkit-gtk based browsers (midori, surf, uzbl). The only app. which is drawn back instantly is xterm:) So, it must be some configuration or build issue, because of ubuntu livecd (it is working fast). I guess if it's

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Firefox and kernel panics.

2011-07-09 Thread Dale
cause a kernel panic? Also, I can surf with both Seamonkey and Konqueror and everything works just fine. It seems only Firefox, any version, is affected by this. Now what? I use Firefox to go to youtube and stuff to get music videos. It just does better than Seamonkey for me. Dale :-) :-)

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Firefox and kernel panics.

2011-07-09 Thread András Csányi
? So, what in the world is it that Firefox does that can cause a kernel panic?  Also, I can surf with both Seamonkey and Konqueror and everything works just fine.  It seems only Firefox, any version, is affected by this. Now what?  I use Firefox to go to youtube and stuff to get music videos

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Binary install distro

2011-11-12 Thread Dale
or 3 times a year or something. My brother is liking Linux a lot. No more Norton to pop up and aggravate him and he can just surf wherever he wants for the most part. Once I get his emails moved over, windoze is going to take a loong nap. ;-) When I plug up the windoze drive, he dreads

Re: [gentoo-user] requirements for a gentoo wlan accesspoint

2012-01-06 Thread Pandu Poluan
of your $20 wifi router, then run OpenWRT Linux on a $40 router. The extra cost of a recent router will quickly pay for itself in electricity savings, over leaving your big desktop PC on when you only want to surf the net on your netbook. Stroller. I agree. But I strongly recommend going

Re: [gentoo-user] S.O.P.A and P.I.P.A and the blackout.

2012-01-18 Thread Dale
the part that blacks everything out. Actually, that could have been one of their points -- it is very easy to circumvent*. Thanks to the blessings of NoScript, I surf with JS mostly disabled, so I wouldn’t have seen it either. However, it is specifically stated on the Wiki page that tells about

Re: [gentoo-user] S.O.P.A and P.I.P.A and the blackout.

2012-01-18 Thread Alan McKinnon
was opensuse.org . […] I bypassed the wiki black out. I used adblock to disable the part that blacks everything out. Actually, that could have been one of their points -- it is very easy to circumvent*. Thanks to the blessings of NoScript, I surf with JS mostly disabled, so I wouldn’t have

[gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-25 Thread Dale
Hi list, I ran across this news item about Google: http://alturl.com/s7xi5 The long URL is below. I'm sort of getting to where I don't like Google since they seem to be doing things that I'm just not comfy with. Next they will want a camera on my rig so they can watch me surf. I found

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-26 Thread J. Roeleveld
on my rig so they can watch me surf. I found a search engine that may work. It is here: www.ixquick.com Does anyone have a better search tool? I don't like Yahoo either. I do like froogle so that would be a bonus. You know, shopping tool. Now to my next issue. I'm thinking about

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-26 Thread Paul Hartman
On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 1:16 AM, Dale rdalek1...@gmail.com wrote: The long URL is below.  I'm sort of getting to where I don't like Google since they seem to be doing things that I'm just not comfy with.  Next they will want a camera on my rig so they can watch me surf. To be honest, I already

[gentoo-user] Re: {OT} hire a programmer or company?

2012-05-29 Thread James
everything else, 2X is the best solution. However, I've used some pretty big houses with lots of experts and had to 'surf through' quite a few folks, until you get the one(s) you want. It is still better than searching yourself, unless you or somebody you trust knows someone really good. Expert

[gentoo-user] Weather thingy using up my network, ALL THE TIME.

2012-09-02 Thread Dale
as I login or the router comes back up, it start sending data again. I can't get it to stop. As a last resort, I took the thing off my panel thingy. It still sends data like crazy. Does anyone know how to kill this thing? I'd like to surf the net without this thing hogging up my DSL connection

Re: [gentoo-user] Weather thingy using up my network, ALL THE TIME.

2012-09-02 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
to surf the net without this thing hogging up my DSL connection. While I am at it. I'm supposed to get my weather stuff from NOAA or at least that is where it came from ages ago. Ever since I went from KDE3 to KDE4, it wants to come from wetter.com which doesn't work to begin

Re: [gentoo-user] Weather thingy using up my network, ALL THE TIME.

2012-09-02 Thread Mick
started sending packets to wetter.com - despite the fact that I have set it to connect to the BBC weather RSS feed. Hmm ... Does anyone know how to kill this thing? I'd like to surf the net without this thing hogging up my DSL connection. It's not using that many packets, but I agree

[gentoo-user] MacBook Air (A1237) and Gentoo Linux

2013-10-23 Thread Stefan G. Weichinger
not the most powerful hardware anymore but it might be some inbetween-device for me: better to write and surf than my tablets ... but lighter and easier to carry than my thinkpad. And it's fun to run gentoo on it ;-) Stefan

Re: [gentoo-user] Hard drive storage questions

2015-05-04 Thread Dale
uploading goat porn :) It may be only once but it would be a very large once plus I'm on my puter a lot. Uploading slows my surfing to almost a dead stop. Newegg is a nightmare for me to surf on. Slowest thing I ever seen. Newegg isn't alone tho. Dale :-) :-)

[gentoo-user] which keymap and keyboard setup

2015-06-05 Thread lee
a chance to get it to fully work with X11. The keyboard shows up as: Unicomp Inc. Surf Ruffian USB 122 Keyboard v 2.50. Xev shows that the function keys F13--F24 yield the same scan codes as F1--F12. I still have a 105 key PS/2 keyboard plugged in, and nothing is prepared for the 122 key keyboard

[gentoo-user] Re: Project:Installer

2015-07-27 Thread James
rsync session. Have lunch or surf the net. Will make a image for a USB stick with or without Xfce if someone is seriously interested. This USB stick require DHCP from a router for networking and have only VGA video. Persistence on the usb stick will allow for software to be added or removed

Re: [gentoo-user] Mounting Question...

2007-12-20 Thread Dale
it yet. This is a desktop mostly used to surf the net and run foldingathome on. Hope this helps tho. Dale :-) :-) :-) -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Rate limiting TCP connections...

2008-08-20 Thread Mick
hosts concurrently, but I can surf the web and bandwidth is shared fairly between competing applications. I think that the problem is associated with the way that the Linux box treats bind requests. Other than QoS which will try to allocate some bandwidth to bind packets, or nice which will elevate

Re: [gentoo-user] advice on security and keyloggers

2005-12-10 Thread Dale
can't see what makes people think windoze is so great is all. Windoze sucks. It is buggy, unsecure and I could go on forever. Back to the basics, if you use Linux and don't have Wine or something, surf to your hearts content. If you are security minded about someone knowing where you have been

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Is Gentoo Healthy? (The Return)

2007-07-07 Thread Kent Fredric
, surf the net, etc, its at least good for that. No other OS really lets you use the system like that while you wait for install, and listening to music while installing gives brownie points from friends :) -- Kent ruby -e '[1, 2, 4, 7, 0, 9, 5, 8, 3, 10, 11, 6, 12, 13].each{|x| print enNOSPicAMreil

Re: [gentoo-user] Website disabling right click

2009-08-07 Thread Daniel da Veiga
to steal some pics from them or anything, I just want to be able to surf the way I am accustomed to.  If you would like to see the site, here is a link.  http://www.etoolnet.com/  It's not porn or anything.  It's just for air conditioning supplies. I'm open to maybe some extension thing like adblock

Re: [gentoo-user] MySql versus sqlite. Don't want sqlite anymore.

2009-11-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
do some picture stuff, surf with Seamonkey, Firefox and sometimes Konqueror, sometimes get on chat with Kopete, play Solitaire, watch a video on youtube sometimes. Oh, I print stuff with my HP printer and download pics from my Canon camera. I never noticed that emerge --info doesn't show

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Binary install distro

2011-11-12 Thread Érico Porto
2 or 3 times a year or something. My brother is liking Linux a lot. No more Norton to pop up and aggravate him and he can just surf wherever he wants for the most part. Once I get his emails moved over, windoze is going to take a loong nap. ;-) When I plug up the windoze drive, he

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-26 Thread Michael Mathurin
so they can watch me surf. I found a search engine that may work. It is here: www.ixquick.com Does anyone have a better search tool? I don't like Yahoo either. I do like froogle so that would be a bonus. You know, shopping tool. Now to my next issue. I'm thinking about switching emails

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-26 Thread Timo Briddigkeit
not comfy with. Next they will want a camera on my rig so they can watch me surf. I found a search engine that may work. It is here: www.ixquick.com Does anyone have a better search tool? I don't like Yahoo either. I do like froogle so that would be a bonus. You know, shopping tool. Now

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-26 Thread John J. Foster
of getting to where I don't like Google since they seem to be doing things that I'm just not comfy with. Next they will want a camera on my rig so they can watch me surf. I found a search engine that may work. It is here: www.ixquick.com Does anyone have a better search tool? I don't like

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-27 Thread Florian Philipp
a camera on my rig so they can watch me surf. I found a search engine that may work. It is here: www.ixquick.com Does anyone have a better search tool? I don't like Yahoo either. I do like froogle so that would be a bonus. You know, shopping tool. [...] OK. This has gotten a LOT of replies

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT as it gets. Sorry] Windoze 7 and reinstalling error.

2012-02-02 Thread Dale
the hood. All they do is surf the web, check emails, and check on their banking stuff, maybe pay a bill or two. For what they do, Linux would be great. He's good enough on puters to upgrade Kubuntu too. It's just point and clicky anyway. Gentoo would be a bit much tho, unless I could build

Re: [gentoo-user] Hard drive storage questions

2015-05-09 Thread Dale
. Uploading slows my surfing to almost a dead stop. Newegg is a nightmare for me to surf on. Slowest thing I ever seen. Newegg isn't alone tho. As long as you restrict the upload speed to around 80-80% of your available upstream bandwidth, it shouldn't affect downloading significantly. It's when you

[gentoo-user] Re: Project:Installer

2015-07-27 Thread James
with Gentoo Xfce installed to back up my families Laptops. Plug in the USB drive. Power on the Laptop, Login as Laptop-1. Click the Backup or Restore Icon to start the required rsync session. Have lunch or surf the net. Will make a image for a USB stick with or without Xfce if someone

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.0.0

2008-01-21 Thread Dale
Eddie Mihalow Jr wrote: Dale wrote: Iain Buchanan wrote: didn't you say aDSL was on the way? May it speed to your line! Yep, it is on the way. I plan to surf for a week, NON STOP!! Little progress today. Emerging (33 of 205) kde-base/libkonq-4.0.0 to / Downloading 'ftp

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.0.0

2008-01-21 Thread Eddie Mihalow Jr
Dale wrote: Eddie Mihalow Jr wrote: Dale wrote: Iain Buchanan wrote: didn't you say aDSL was on the way? May it speed to your line! Yep, it is on the way. I plan to surf for a week, NON STOP!! Little progress today. Emerging (33 of 205) kde-base/libkonq-4.0.0 to / Downloading 'ftp

Re: [gentoo-user] Gmail and that stupid spam filter. :-@

2008-12-26 Thread Dale
download. If they can't handle that, I'll find someone who can. Already found my new ISP just waiting for word from my current one. They claim it is unlimited but then put limits on it. Funny huh? Perhaps they meant the wait is unlimited? ;-) Well, I'm disabled so I like to surf

[gentoo-user] Re: internet/lan access control

2005-10-27 Thread James
, not surf * Downloading files is not allowed (.exe, .com, .arj, .zip, .asf, .avi, .mpg, .mpeg, etc) * We do not like banners, so they are filtered and replaced with a transparent gif (this is where you get creative!). * All other connections to and from the Internet are denied. snip You'll

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: internet/lan access control

2005-10-27 Thread John Jolet
particularly to you. snip In this case, my policy states: * Surfing (HTTP/HTTPS) is allowed during work hours (mon-fri 8-17 and sat 8-13), but if employees are here late they should work, not surf * Downloading files is not allowed (.exe, .com, .arj, .zip, .asf, .avi, .mpg, .mpeg, etc

[gentoo-user] Re: rsync internal mirror configuration

2005-07-12 Thread James
the box. Downtime at home simply means I can't surf or receive email; it also means that I have some good old down and dirty work ahead to get the box back up, which I enjoy. It's also a hassle that only I have to deal with, not a whole floor of workers sitting idle waiting for the problem

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo Badges

2005-08-04 Thread Daniel da Veiga
The facts are: - Internet is powerful. - Gentoo and internet talk like friends. - If you can read and surf the web, you can use almost any program with a fair documentation and bit of geekness. - Gentoo is widely documented. - There's always us to point newbies to RTFM and/or search at Google

Re: [gentoo-user] Gentoo Badges

2005-08-04 Thread Eddie Mihalow Jr
Daniel da Veiga wrote: The facts are: - Internet is powerful. - Gentoo and internet talk like friends. - If you can read and surf the web, you can use almost any program with a fair documentation and bit of geekness. - Gentoo is widely documented. - There's always us to point newbies to RTFM

Re: [gentoo-user] fsck won't work if ac cord not attached?!

2009-12-01 Thread Willie Wong
On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 06:54:45PM -0700, Penguin Lover Maxim Wexler squawked: you guys are killing me -- the problem goes away when the ac cord is plugged in. I open files watch videos surf the web and so on -- no problems. I'm no expert, but that would seem to suggest that the fs is OK

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Best way to restrict home web browsing

2010-11-07 Thread Kfir Lavi
, so maybe you can add special lists to Moblock that filter sites that are not for teens. Take care that I would use a proxy site to surf the web to overcome your filtering, so this also should be banned. To check it search google for anonymous proxy or something similar. After you do implement those

Re: [gentoo-user] Changed monitor and even the BIOS screen doesn't show up.

2010-12-14 Thread Dale
, except hal. lol When I set up my old rig for my Mom, she will have a pretty nice size monitor to surf the net on. Thanks for all the ideas. I think we can put this to rest now. The monitor just didn't like me building a new rig. Oh well. Dale :-) :-) P. S. Any food donations would

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-26 Thread Mick
that I'm just not comfy with. Next they will want a camera on my rig so they can watch me surf. I found a search engine that may work. It is here: www.ixquick.com Does anyone have a better search tool? I don't like Yahoo either. I do like froogle so that would be a bonus. You know

Re: [gentoo-user] Google privacy changes

2012-01-26 Thread Dale
surf. I found a search engine that may work. It is here: www.ixquick.com Does anyone have a better search tool? I don't like Yahoo either. I do like froogle so that would be a bonus. You know, shopping tool. Now to my next issue. I'm thinking about switching emails too. Yea

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT as it gets. Sorry] Windoze 7 and reinstalling error.

2012-02-02 Thread Michael Mol
, Kubuntu is what I am going for, and windoze is all under the hood.  All they do is surf the web, check emails, and check on their banking stuff, maybe pay a bill or two. For what they do, Linux would be great.  He's good enough on puters to upgrade Kubuntu too.  It's just point and clicky anyway

Re: [gentoo-user] Weather thingy using up my network, ALL THE TIME.

2012-09-02 Thread Dale
and it also started sending packets to wetter.com - despite the fact that I have set it to connect to the BBC weather RSS feed. Hmm ... Does anyone know how to kill this thing? I'd like to surf the net without this thing hogging up my DSL connection. It's not using that many packets, but I

Re: [gentoo-user] Wireless connection-sharing with networkmanager problem

2012-10-02 Thread João Matos
of a usual signal bar). But when connected it still can't surf the net. Any help would be appreciated. :) 2012/10/2 J. Roeleveld jo...@antarean.org On Tue, October 2, 2012 3:18 am, João Matos wrote: Dear list, I've been trying to get networkmanager working and use it to share my Internet

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