Again another nasty bug in current kernels turns my B&W G3 almost
useless. With suseppc-kernel-2.4.16-55 a few hours after booting I get
sudden paket loss when pinging another host and bad typing delays in
PING galileo.biochem.mpg.de (18.104.22.168) from 22.214.171.124 : 56(84)
bytes of data.
64 bytes from galileo.biochem.mpg.de (126.96.36.199): icmp_seq=4
ttl=128 time=463 usec
64 bytes from galileo... icmp_seq=5 ttl=128 time=453 usec
64 bytes from galileo... icmp_seq=6 ttl=128 time=475 usec
64 bytes from galileo... icmp_seq=2 ttl=128 time=4.131 sec
64 bytes from galileo... icmp_seq=3 ttl=128 time=3.131 sec
64 bytes from galileo... icmp_seq=7 ttl=128 time=453 usec
64 bytes from galileo... icmp_seq=8 ttl=128 time=479 usec
--- galileo.biochem.mpg.de ping statistics ---
8 packets transmitted, 7 received, 12% loss, time 11150ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.453/1037.844/4131.281/1661.872 ms, pipe 5
The paket loss increases after few hours to 55%. Last known working
kernel is kernel-2.4.7-pre3. Any clues?
Thanks in advance.
Hello, I notice that when I have netatalk running, the afpovertcp
port is open but since I only netatalk to network with MOL, I'd like
to close the port to the outside world.
I've tried looking in the usual places to do this, but can't figure
out how to close the port. Any ideas?
i guess my real issue is that I wish to use apache with php4 and perl, and I
don't believe apache is setup on my system to this( i believe apache isn't
compiled to use the mod_php4 and mod_perl modules.)
but it doesn't list mod_php4, mod_perl, or any of the other modules I think
plus, my server pages don't seem to recognize php4 code in any way.
can you tell what my issue is?
>From: Christopher Mahmood <ckm(a)suse.com>
>Subject: Re: [suse-ppc] setting up PHP4 and Perl for apache 3.1.19
>Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 11:39:02 -0700
>* c G (susegoose(a)hotmail.com) [020410 08:41]:
> > my area of confusion is to whether or not the update rpms from
> > apply themselves to the source code existant on my system that I
> > as spms.
>Source rpms are just archives or source code, patches, and spec file
>that tells rpm how to build a binary rpm from them. The update rpms
>will replace the binaries and libraries (e.g., /usr/sbin/httpd), the
>update source rpm will replace the stuff in /usr/src/packages/.
> > I want to ensure that the compilation and istall process for
> > apache, php4, and perl all use source code that will produce files with
> > updates applied. (thus the need for updated source code)
>I don't think I understand what you are trying to do. The
>installation docs for apache tell you how to build it from scratch
>which you don't need to do if you are using our rpms. If you want
>to build it from scratch for self-betterment or whatever the patches
>we have in our source rpm are against the pristine source so they
>will apply to the same version. This seems like a strange exercise
>though since the the apache-<version>.tar.gz in the source rpm is
>the identical to one you'll download from apache.org. Why just
> rpm --rebuild apache.spm
>and install the rpm you've built?
> > Also is there a method (syntax and all) that might be preferred to
> > following the general "apache install (how-to)"?
>You can see how we build it in the spec file. I don't know if
>that's to be preferred though.
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I have the general "apache install (how-to)"
my area of confusion is to whether or not the update rpms from ftp.suse.com
apply themselves to the source code existant on my system that I installed
as spms. I want to ensure that the compilation and istall process for
apache, php4, and perl all use source code that will produce files with the
updates applied. (thus the need for updated source code)
Also is there a method (syntax and all) that might be preferred to following
the general "apache install (how-to)"?
any help is greatly appreciated
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Is it possible to do an FTP install on an imac with no floppy drive? If
not is there somewhere I can get 7.3 PPC iso's? Is there another way I
should install? I would purchase it but I am just trying to prove a
point to a co-worker, and this imac will be going away soon. I was able
to install yellow dog linux on it, but what a hunk of crap.
There is an extension board on the power mac 4400/200
that has a network card slot and 2 pci .
I of course can get both PCI slots working with nic
cards under mac OS 8.5 but I cannot get 7.1 to
recognise the extension board .
Is there a driver out there for download for the
extension board ?
Its frustrating since the old 486 have an extension
board which have been supported for a long time but
the extension board on my mac hasnt been setup
properly and thats my connection to a network .
Any ideas before I build my own driver finally ?
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I upgraded pmud to the latest 0.10-1 version and now my
iMac randomly goes to sleep.
I have uninstalled it and reinstalled the SuSE version but still it
randomly goes to sleep.
I remember this being an issue many months ago and it was fixed by
removing a particular file.
However, I've forgotten whcih file it was and I'm surprised this has
come up again after it was fixed.
Thanks very much
If you try to set ALL the configuration params by yourself, you will get
lost quickly ! As I did the first time I tried... The best is to take
the prepared sources, either from your distrib CD's (I think it's
something like kernel-sources) or one of Benjamin Herrenschmidt kernel
sources. Try here :
under the "Ben kernel" section
Then, first try to compile a kernel "as is" without any reconfiguration.
If that works, you can go ahead and try to reconfigure.
One warning. The .config file is the original configuration file. If you
do a gmake clean or gmake mrproper, it will erase it. So you better save
it somewhere, and not as .config.old, which is also erased.
I think that both mentioned kernels are configured such that they
rebuild correctly (I mean for PPC) the config file. But I'm not sure...
John Koenig wrote:
> May I impose and ask a general question about re-compiling the kernel?
> I started to do this and I got lost (and discouraged due to great amount
> of time expended) trying to specify the configuration for my new kernel
> Is there a way to get the config file that was used to compile my kernel
> that was installed by Yast2? That way I could just recompile sources
> with the same config as I am currently running, and test, before I start
> tweaking things?
> thanks... for any advice or pointers/URLs...
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I would like to install OpenOffice 641c on my iMac but
File or folder
does not exist
Is there à FTP site where I can download OpenOffice 641c for ppc?