I want to convert my record collection MP3 and I am looking for a way to do
it. Somewhere in my memory is a program that will record what comes into
the sound card and indentify the pauses between songs and separate them
into individual WAV files. Once in WAV, the conversion to MP3 is pretty
easy. However, it is this first step that has me stumped. Any ideas or
suggestions would be greatly appreaciated.
"No installation data found on medium"
"Could not mount the source medium"
Previously I was alawya able to use the orginal YaST to do hard drive
installation, I was never able to get YaST2 past the above errors, if I exit
YaST2 and start YaST everything works fine. It has always been this
way for me and I didn't mind as I like using YaST. However, I am told that
version 8.0 will no longer have YaST.
Does anyone know if version 8.0 of SuSE pro will allow paying customers the
right to copy the installation disks to their hard drive and do a complete
installtion and further updates directly from the hard drive?
If I have been skipping something, please let me know, it has been a while
since I installed 7.3
my curent SuSe distro installation disks are on my /hda11/7.3
thanks in advacne
I'm learning to use CSS with html (anything to try and make an ugly webpage
look better) and I can't get it to work. At this stage I'm not sure if it's a
problem with apache (which I know next to nothing about) or my html/css. I'm
running vanilla apache as it came with SuSE 7.3. (Apache 1.3.20)
I have the following files in /home/jsc/html_public/chinees-blauw/
The css file reads:
The html file reads:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0//EN">
<link title="cb_main" rel="stylesheet" href="chinees-blauw.css"
<table height="100" width="100%" align="center" class="test">
I am expecting to not be able to read the word 'Hello' as if the style sheet
works then it should be black text on black background.
I am accessing the page through http;//localhost/~jsc/chinees-blauw/index.html
and of course I can see the text. I have tried all sorts of different
combinations of relative and absolute paths for the link to the stylesheet.
I have checked the style by substituting the <link ...> tag with the <STYLE>
definition and it works.
So my question is do I have to tweak apache to get css to work or am I doing
something else wrong?
Oliver Ob <ob_ok(a)gmx.net> writes:
> I want to learn how to create my own Linux boot disk using which
> I can run a REAL TIGHT linux from this disk.
Search for distributions containing the word "single" on
http://www.linux.org/dist/english.html. Some new distributions may not
be there (e.g. DemoLinux 2.0, http://www.demolinux.org/).
Also see the Bootdisk-HOWTO.
Do you know if SuSE has ISO images of SuSE 7.3 on any of their FTP
servers? I have to install SuSE on a box with no Floppy drive, so I
need a bootable CD! All I can find on their sites are single file
downloads! I know most other distro's distribute as ISO via FTP, I was
wondering if SuSE did as well!
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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?
I'm planning to give the Reiser FS a run-in (or should that be ruin?) and I
have a few questions I'd be grateful to get advice on:
1) Is the reiser support in 7.2 (2.4.4-4GB) safe? I'm not intending to
upgrade my kernel anytime soon.
2) How does it get set up in /etc/fstab? Is it just a matter of changing ext2
3) What's this I hear about tail and notail modes? I notice that mkreiserfs
has a '-v format' option which can be either 1 or 2 but it explains nothing
about what these mean.
Tim Harrell <tim.harrell(a)ntlworld.com>