does any body have success with this couple?
/etc/sysconfig/apache2 has been edited:
APACHE_MODULES=(access actions alias auth auth_dbm autoindex cgi dir env expires include log_config mime negotiation proxy proxy_http rewrite setenvif status suexec userdir libphp4)
i have the following rpms:
rpm -qa | grep apache2
if i deinstall apache2-worker, apachectl2 is disapearing, but as far as i know mod_php4 is based on prefork
Excuse my ignorance, but can please explain to me why I need to add these statements, and what their effect on my
current system is. Btw, I've forgotten to mention that so far I've got SCSI disks only ... are there any reverse effects
on these by turning on ide-scsi ?
On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 07:28:32 -0400, zentara wrote:
>On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 10:53:43 +0200
>"Werner Guttmann" <werner.guttmann(a)gmx.net> wrote:
>>I am just about to replace SCSI CD-ROM/CD-RW drives with IDE ones. Can anybody think of any problems that I
>>occur, or is this a straight-forward process where SuSe 8.1 will detect the new drives on first start-up and integrate
>>in a seamless way (or offer me the option to adjust configuration)
>You probably will need to:
>put "alias scsi_hostadaptor ide-scsi" in modules.conf
>put "append hdb=ide-sci" in lilo.conf or grub.conf
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I just upgraded gkrellm and now it no longer starts when i login to kde.
How do I save the current session? I thought it was in the kmenu but can't
In control center > kde components > session manager I selected start previous
sesssion but that doesn't work, so I'm assuming if I change it to start
manually saved session, and save this session all will be back to normal.
Using SuSE 8.2 Pro
Thanks for all the helpful answers on this.
I have decided use xinetd. The reason being mostly that this seems to be the new technology. I appreciate that some people believe that the added complexity is not justified by the added functionality, but since Suse standard install includes xinetd, and not inetd, I think that this is probably the way to go in the future.
Thanks again for all answers
>>> "Marius Roets" <Marius.Roets(a)eskom.co.za> 28/08/2003 10:42:31 >>>
I used to use inetd to enable and disable lesser used protocols on some servers. I have recently upgraded from Suse 7.3 to 8.2. I notice now that inetd is no longer installed by default. Before installing it, I was wondering if there is now a newer (better?) way of doing things, and if not, why is inetd not installed?
I'm not an expert on network technologies, so I would appreciate explanations that assumes I'm an idiot:-)
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After using online update to apply the latest kernel updates to my 8.1
kernel I find that my system can no-longer boot with acpi enabled. The
boot processing hangs when hotplug tries to load the ehci-hcd module.
Booting with acpi turned off in the kernel parameters allows the boot to
The Motherboard is a Jetway with an Nvidia nForce chipset and an Athlon
2.2. Video card is a GeForce 2.
Has anyone else come across this? Does anyone have a fix?
P.S. Is there a searchable archive of this list anywhere?
I am just about to replace SCSI CD-ROM/CD-RW drives with IDE ones. Can anybody think of any problems that I might
occur, or is this a straight-forward process where SuSe 8.1 will detect the new drives on first start-up and integrate them
in a seamless way (or offer me the option to adjust configuration)
My time and date are totally screwed up. When I try and use YaST it
comes up with an error.
Is there a bash command to force a time date change upon the system?
If you didn't notice... this was a message from the future!
I'm trying to get an Alcatel speedtouch 330 DSL modem working on a new 8.2 installation. SuSE support say they can't help.
There's a mail in this group's archives:
Unfortunately, I don't understand it.
I've already tried the driver - but can't get it to compile. I've now downloaded the speedtouchconf script, but don't know what I'm supposed to do with it. A search for speedmgmt on the alcatel website gets no hits.
The post also says to make sure the kernel supports something called HDLC, and USB. How can I tell?
Is there anyone there who can explain in words of one syllable (as to a child) how I go about doing this?