I got some problems (disk access denied, bus errors,...) that led me to
go into single user mode and fsck my partitions. I noticed then that
there were some directories created in the tmp directory, called "dev"
and "etc", and one file in the / directory called "success" with 0
length. At reboot, these files disapeared. Does anybody know if this
could be a sign of a hacked computer ? I mean could someone have
installed a rootkit or some such ?
I'm not paranoid but this indeed seems strange.
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I'm sorry for sending you this query maybe you can help since I cant find
any info elsewhere,
Ive installed suse 10.0 on a b50 all is well there. The problem I have is
that I've set up another b50
With fedora 5 but I have a garbled screen problem. I was wondering if I can
copy xorg.conf from suse and apply it to fedora.
Once again sorry ..
Does anyone know how to set BootX to enable the G4 cache? I recently
aquired a stock apple G4/400/1M chip and installed it in my PowerMac
G3/266. I have noticed a huge speed boost under OS 9, but I have been
unable to get the l2 cache override to work in Linux. BootX's
GrabG3CacheSetting program won't work since it is a G4 chip, and I have
been unable to come up with any way to make it work from searching on
Google.....any help would be greatly appriciated.
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