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Re: 9.3 install
  • From: Bruce Marshall <bmarsh@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 18:56:19 -0400
  • Message-id: <200505121856.19790.bmarsh@xxxxxxxxxx>
On Thursday 12 May 2005 06:31 pm, Ken Schneider wrote:
> So far I have installed on my laptop (my test machine) and my old
> reliable server. I even learned a couple of new things about postfix and
> may come to like it yet (old sendmail fan).
> The server gave me fits as the DVD drive is on it's last legs and starts
> to run very hot. I think it, the heat, ruined the DVD copy I made. I
> still have the original you sent me so I can make another copy. Next
> will be my desktop machine, maybe this weekend. I'm hoping it will clear
> up a couple of USB problems I have been having, mainly the USB sound
> card I use and I like the way that HP has added support for the MFP
> machines as the scanner is now recognized by YaST, at least it was with
> the live dvd.
>

Good deal. I've now have it on 3 machines and I have run into some problems,
but I am getting them licked. In my server machine, I have the usual two
NIC's and it seems that at one point I had swapped the configuration for
them. One uses dhcp from a router for its IP address and the other is
static. Quite often after I would boot, the LAN NIC would not be usable and
I finally tracked it down to an added route line where 192.168.0.0 was going
to each of the NICs!! Took me awhile to figure out where that was coming
from but there was old info left in
the /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth-xxxxxxx file for the dhcp NIC. It
still had it's static IP information and that was setting the pointer to the
LAN when it shouldn't have pointed to anything.

I wrote that one up as my first ever bug submitted to SuSE in abvout 7 years.

> Has it seemed lately that the amount of traffic on the list has gone
> down? It sure seems like it to me.

Not really.... I had about 100 messages in the queue today after not being
near the computer for about 8 hrs.

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+ Bruce S. Marshall bmarsh@xxxxxxxxxx Bellaire, MI 05/12/05 18:51 +
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