I,ve tried to copy first cd from suse 8.0 and make it bootable!
I've used something like this
mkisofs -c suse/images/boot.catalog -b disks/bootdisk -f -V SU8000.001 -R
-o cd.iso /media/cdrecord
and then i've used cdrecord !
i have tried even with
mkisofs -c suse/images/boot.catalog -b disks/bootdisk -eltorito-alt-boot -b
disks/i386 -eltorito-alt-boot -b disks/modules1 -eltorito-alt-boot -b
disks/modules2 -eltorito-alt-boot -b modules3 -eltorito-alt-boot -b
disks/rescue-f -V SU8000.001 -R -o cd.iso /media/cdrecord
After this when i try to boot with this cd i do not have all options that i
have whit the original one (Installation, nstallation-safe settings,
Installation Apic enabled, Manual Installation, Rescue System, Memory Test,
Boot Installed OS )! I only have installation, installation-safe settings.
manual installation, rescue system and Boot installed OS.
Can anyone help me? What am i doing wrong?
or... how can i make an identical copy of a cd?
many, many .. thanx
Anyone have a clue which config file for KDE handle TTF's? I noticed
that w/ one of the last couple build of KDE3 that it's not seeing my
TTF's. I've got anti-aliasing enabled..but I'm not sure what controls
If it's true that our species is alone in the
universe, then I'd have to say that the universe
aimed rather low and settled for very little. -GC
When i boot suse 7.0 for some strange reason i get the following error on
the fsck check:
non exisistant or swap device (status 8)
mount -n -o remount,rw /
its some kinda fsck error but i dont know how to fix it, i can log in using
command mode then shutdown and reboot avoiding the fsck so that i can log in
with the GUI. But i cant fix the error.
any help would be cool ..
How does SuSE expect to make it in the general user marketplace if they
cannot even talk to and through common PCI modems? (Given that ISA
slots are becoming rare on newer mobos.)
Sure seems that someone needs to address this before Micro$oft uses
it in another of their attacks on the veracity of Linux in general and
SuSE in specific.
Meanwhile this means yet another trip to buy something else to replace
a common piece of hardware that M$ readily utilizes and Linux/SuSE
cannot. (Forced to buy a modem for 3x what a M$-compatible one
costs is not cool. This is beginning to co$t like dealing with Apple all
Sigh ... doc
If I want to upgrade to Mozilla/Mozilla 1.1 from Mozilla 0.98, do I just
download the .rpm packege from the SuSE FTP site and do an rpm -uvh
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.384 / Virus Database: 216 - Release Date: 2002/08/21
Hello Suse users
After 1 week rebuilding my stuff in a new computer (Toshiba Satellite 1905
S-301, pentium IV 2G Hz, 40G HD, 256 M memory) I will have to change to
another model because of heating and random shutdowns (vendor is taking it
back and will receive a new one). The new computer will be a Satellite 5105
501 with the same specs except for the CPU that will be a mobile pentium IV
1.7G Hz) . To save the lot of time I used in installation (partition of disk
-> 30 G for Suse Linux 7.3 and 10 for Windows Xp, installing Suse 7.3,
installing Win4lin and Windows 98, applications in Linux and Windows,
personal stuff etc) can I simply switch the HD's ?
Thanks in advance for any help
Eduardo A Nogueira, MD, PhD
Professor of Cardiology
University of Campinas Medical School
Campinas, Sao Paulo
I have a Creative Labs USB webcam, and I want to 'broadcast' it live on the
internet. I have it up and running on Windows, but my webserver is running
Does anyone know how I would go about this, either instaling it on my SuSE
box and 'streaming' direct from there, or some Windows software that I can
'forward' from my SuSE box?
I have tried searching Google, but entering 'live webcam setup' returns a
load of 'naked college student live' URLs <g>
6:34pm up 13 min, 1 user, load average: 0.66, 0.40, 0.20