Reading some mails on the GIMP mail list, I ran across the procedure
to install some more fonts for not only Gimp, but the system and
StarOffice to use also. Well, I installed the fonts, went to the
shell and issued the command xset fp+ <font directory> and then the
rehash command and all fonts are there! Ok, that went well, but each
time I restart the system, I have to do it all over again? Is there
a way to make it permanent and read the new fonts like it does the
ones the system installs or is that a no-no?
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xset fp+ <new font directory>
xset fp rehash
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I'dd like to know what the following files in the directory /boot are about.
Can anyone give me a clue or point me to some documentation?
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Before I do research on how to do this, it is possible to do this right,
> on a 2 drive box, with SUSE 8.0 on 1 drive, Debian and 98se splitting
> the other? I'm already dual booting fwiw..
> Thank you for your time.
Speaking of time, please check yours. Your email showed up with a date of
March 2, 1999...
Yes, I'm a time traveler you see, I'm only in this time segment now to check
on a few stock investments I had in mind...thanx for the tip Stan..
Before I do research on how to do this, it is possible to do this right, on a
2 drive box, with SUSE 8.0 on 1 drive, Debian and 98se splitting the other?
I'm already dual booting fwiw..
Thank you for your time.
I am currently using a Dell 2650 Poweredge server without a raid controller. It's using the standard adaptec onboard SCSI as it stands. I'm wondering if anyone has installed the Perc3 raid controller and had the Linux install just pop right up (assuming the megaraid module was loading)?
I wouldn't need to reformat if all I was doing was switching controllers and hardware mirroring, right?
Having this problem on two different machines, both runnig
8.0. A different 7.1 installation has no problem.
Xmms and Grip both do not find any files in /cdrom
with an audio CD in the tray.
Permissions on /cdrom, and the devices pointed to are
identical between the machine where the audio CD is found,
and machines where they are not.
Unfortunately, I can't use the 7.1 machine for the sound
editing work I need to do.
Michael Fischer Happiness is a config option.
michael(a)visv.net Recompile and be happy.
I'm thinking about getting an APC Back-UPS CS 350VA USB to automatically
shutdown my small file/DSL/firewall server (AOpen micro-ATX motherboard,
Cyrix M2-333Mhz, 128MB, 10GB IDE hard drive, SCSI cdrom drive, and no monitor).
Does anyone have any experience with this particular UPS?
Does the stock SuSE 7.3 kernel support a USB UPS or do I have to hack and
patch the kernel to make it work?
Recommend a similar model with serial support for under $100 USD?
I have basically a suse samba server setup. Eth0 is for the internet
connection (cable). Eth1 is my internal network. I use eth1 for my samba
server. When i have the shares/ drive letters mapped, whatever, Ill goto
access them and that computer will just lockup or timeout for about 1
minute, then it will resume operation normally. I have approx. 5 comptuers
on the suse server, and they all do this from windows xp to windows 98se. I
am using set up addresses of 192.168.0.x, where is greater than 2. My
question is have or is there something Ive setup wrong to cause this pause
to occur. ? Its becomming very annoying..and frustrating. Im using kernel
2.4.18-64GB-SMP with a dual processor setup. If anyone has any ideas please
let me know. Every package installed is orginal versions from the suse
install cdroms. (no updates done).
Anything come to mind. btw, ive replaced the switch, with a new netgear one,
and all the networks at startech ST100 Realtek 8139 chipsets on 100Tx.
Imagine the following situation:
- computer 1 has linux running and there is a vfat partition mounted
- computer 1 is running samba on that vfat partition (i.e. the vfat
partition is a share of samba)
- computer 2 wants to have write acces on the samba share
The problem is, that computer 2 has no write acces, because the vfat
partition is mounted 755.
The samba.conf file is the following:
comment = Schreibbares Verzeichnis
How can I make the partition mounted as mod 777 ? Thanks in advance !
Sorry for the cross post
All of a sudden my root password doesn't work. Looks like I've been
hacked (though the last time I ran YOU was three weeks ago) it's a
Firewall/Web system with ports 80,22,postgres open. Anyways I need to
know the command to boot lilo to super user mode.
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