I have just tried to access my USB 250 Zip drive in SUSE 7.3 Pro, only to
receive the following message:
"Could not mount device. The reported error was mount /dev/sda4: unknown
I have checked and ziptool is installed, I have a Zip icon on my desktop, but
obviously, something needs to be configured somewhere.
I read /usr/share/doc/packages/ziptool/README, but there wasn't any help as
far as I could decipher. Any ideas?
On Sun, Jan 13, Jon Pennington wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-01-13 at 09:43, Steven Hatfield wrote:
> > The support staff knows Linux. I called them up with a problem once, and
> > the level 1 support person was having me run ifconfig, look at
> > /etc/hosts and /etc/resolv.conf, trying to track down a connection
> > issue.. it was pretty amazing that they even knew these configuration
> > files exist.
> Color me flabberghasted. :D
Well, I use them now as well, and am reasonably happy with the service.
I wouldn't actually say the support staff "knows" linux. Times I've had to
call, (which was only because I IpTabled myself out of the router -- idiot)
the service people were friendly and sympathetic, but with NO experience
of *nix. The fellows I talked to tried their best, and actually took notes
from what I said I was trying out (ifconfig, route and friends), but
actually told me that their boss was giving them dirty looks for trying
to "support" one of those Linux people. Their manual, interestingly enough
has sections on UNIX installations, which basically back out of it all
by saying that typical *nix users are smarter about all this stuff, and
should make it all come out fine by setting up their own flavor of DHCP.
If you know of genuinely *nix-savvy tech support folks there, could you
mention names? I'd ask for them by name at need, and send kudos-type
emails to their managers commending them for their Linux expertise.
Michael Fischer Happiness is a config option.
michael(a)visv.net Recompile and be happy.
I have two hard disks:-
ata1 - master = IBM 30Gig ATA100 (/dev/hda)
ata2 - slave = IBM 30Gig ATA100 (/dev/hdb)
Any ideas how I can software mirror these and use ReiserFS as a
disk format? SuSE has to be bootable off either of the disks
*and* if one drive blows up, I need to be able to swap it out
with another one and rebuild the mirror pretty quickish. I dont
need to hot-swap - powering down is fine.
Can someone give us an idea where to start please!
Last night i posted message asking on help to aviod my system shutdown
by it self.
Well put statement suggested in lilo.con in the appriate localtion
suggested but jut know the system in question just power off again for
no good reason.
I am running SuSe 7.1 Kernel 2.4.13 Mantel RPM.
512 MB RAM
10 GB (ReiserFS / ext2 /boot)
Matorx Millimum 2 MB (It's work machine )
D-Link 538 TX+ 10/100 MB
What noticed this occurs when memory drop below 350 MB the system
shutdown when i am going in to X/Gnome.
What i find strange is i am running RH 7.1 + Kernel 2.4.13 Kernel.org
with exact same MB/RAM/HD/NIC etc.. and all it well with it.
I have had this problems since kernel 2.4.0 .
I have checked RAM with memtest and it check out i have switched ram
from RH 7.1 Box with this one done memory test as well it check out but
I have always love SuSe but seriously thinking of calling it quit's with
I never any problems with other distro/kernels acting like this.
Any ideas :)
Yes I can change into that directory.
What I see there is some XXX-bin.0XX files which belong to mysql/daemon
and two directories (test and mysql) which belong to root/root
the file XXX-bin.index is from root/root
the file mysql.sock is from mysql/daemon
Could here be a problem??
GreenSocks IWS and Lagotto Romagnolo
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Van: Lenz Grimmer [mailto:email@example.com]
Verzonden: donderdag 30 augustus 2001 13:56
Onderwerp: RE: [SLE] MySQL
On Thu, 30 Aug 2001 m.roeterdink(a)kpn.com wrote:
> Thank you all for jour cooperation. I get the mysql proces running now.
> The other thing still is there :-(
> "Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket
> When I telnet the machine on port 3306 (Standard) it denies my call.
> What could be wrong here?
Do you have access permissions for /var/lib/mysql ?
Can you change into that directory?
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I am thinking of burning images of the below kind:
1) bootable both Linux and DOS 6
2) Linux should boot from CD into 16 MB HDD
3) Securing my installed Souzie for backup reasons, it should then
work from CD (inside Ramdisk), if possible
Now, please how can I get this done, what do I need?
If detailed explanation is asked too much, a little friendly
point into the right direction was enough.
Are the SuSE Nvidia droves available from the nvidia site compatible with
kernel 2.4.7 or should I stick to the kernel version that was shipped with
"I have to share the credit. I invented it, but Bill made it
famous." - IBM engineer Dave Bradley describing the
control-alt-delete reboot sequence
It's been a long time since I posted to this list, but I now need just a
bit of help...
I have just done a fresh install of 7.2, using default+network
installation, but apache fails during boot up with the following:
Starting httpd [ LDAP PERL PHP4 ]/etc/init.d/apache: line 172: 1002
Segmentation fault $HTTPD_BIN $INET6 -t -f /etc/httpd/httpd.conf
$MODULES >/var/log/httpd/rcapache.log 2>&1
So I had a look in rcapache.log, which just has the helpful message:
Unfortunately this means that I have reached the extent of my knowledge
here because I don't really know what the error means, so any help/advice