Has anyone used cheapbytes and what is a "workalike"?
For example they advertise a Workalike for Red Hat 8.0, is this red hat
8.0 with just the names in the ad changed for legal reasons or is this a
distro with an 8.0 colection of goodies.
Thanks for any help.
Chad Nelson KD7FDU
Boise Id U.S.A
i have nearly the same results with Kernel 2.2.17 on a
Pentium 166 MMX Processor and 32MB of RAM. in an embedded System.
My experiences was the second of the 2 Memory's (PS/2 type) was defect.
after changing the Memory, my system runns now stable....
at least after 2 weeks now.
maybe it will be helpful.?
I wonder if anyone has experienced a kernel panic with kernel 2.4.17 &
The system has been configured for smtp/pop3/nntp/dns/FBB etc etc.
It runs for approx 10 days then throws a kernel panic.
Can anybody tell me where I can get decent information about how to setup a
packet radio station without using a TNC?
I use a Pentium III computer with a Soundblaster compatible soundcard, and
read in the AX-25 howto that this configuration is well enough. My
transceiver is a Multi 750-E. I'm basically looking for hardware schematics
and the software requirements.
Thanks in advance for your answers.
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I am running 2.4.0-4GB and trying to get the AX25 package running
with one KISS port (for now). When I try to start ax25 from a
terminal (modprobe ax25) I get the following error:
/etc/modules.conf is more recent than
This was after I edited the ax25d.conf and axports files and did a
I'm new to Linux. I would like to install a logging program for Linux.
I found TLF here:
* Unzip the tarball (e.g. gunzip tlf-0.7.4.tar.gz).
* Untar the archive (e.g. tar xvf tlf-0.7.4.tar)
* cd into the top directory (cd tlf-0.7.4)
* type ./configure (if you want to use hamlib, type ./configure --enable-hamlib,
install hamlib first...)
* type make
* type make install
When I type 'make' I get an error. I tried to learn more about make with 'man
make' but no entries were in the manual. I'm thinking SuSE doesn't use a make
Would probably be easier with an rpm file, but its not. Does anyone know of a
good logger with an rpm available?
Not only would I like to have a logging program on Linux, but I would also like
to learn how to install software. Can anyone help?