I'm not sure where the problem is. I've got an old Sound Blaster 16 card in my
system. I have my radio plugged into it as "line in". I can hear the radio
over my screen speakers. I can play mp3/wav files without problem with Xmms.
But when I try to record something from the radio using krecord all I get are
blank files. The files are not empty, only no sound. Any ideas?
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I toyed with the idea of running thin clients and terminal server, but
decided against it because if the point of failure is the server itself,
everyone is out of business, while if each loads the os then a point of
failure, on the server, will still allow clients to do "Some Things"
comments, disagreements? I am open to thoughts/ridicule
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I ordered 9.1 from DR, and received an email saying the product was
backordered. That was Friday. Anyone else waiting on a back order?
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I have a recurring problem. When I try to use the keyboard to input
anything into firefox or mozilla, the programs freeze and need to be
killed. This is only seen in regular user accounts. 'Root' doesn't
have any problem using these programs.
When I first updated to SuSE 9.0, I had the same problem, but along
with a bunch of other minor problems, so I decided to do a fresh
install and the problem went away.
Yesterday I set up ip masquerading through yast and lo and behold,
the problem reappeared. Now I REALLY don't think a fresh install is
the way to go to solve this particular problem, but I have played
with the permissions and the security settings in yast to no avail.
So now I am appealing to the experts once again. What am I missing?
I should say that the other box (win + firefox) doesn't have any problem
and is quite happy working through my linux box.
Any thoughts, suggestions??
I have a PHP script that used to work fine in apache 1.3.x.
Yesterday, I install SuSE 9.1 and my script stop working with Fatal error:
Call to undefined function: session_name()
By Google, I found that phpinfo() could show me the truth and it was there :
PHP Version 4.3.4
Build Date May 7 2004 18:42:35
Configure Command './configure' (...) '--disable-session' (...)
So, why the hell php4.rpm from SuSE 9.1 was compiled without support for
sessions? How I can enable this without breaking rpms?
I suppose I have to install PHP4.src and then, compile --with-session, but
what file(s) do I have to substitute (only /usr/bin/php?)?
Suse 9.1 installed (new)
kernel 2.6.4-54.5-default now installed after YOU on saturday.
Now I found that I could not reach my win-xp on NTFS..found not in fstab..added with ro as usually.
Surprise..mount: fs type NTFS not supported by kernel.
When installing the 2nd drive with xp was there..but seem not to be detected.
suse 9.0 had no problem.
Please is there a way to fix this?
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May this be a good day for learning
I am new to Suse and relatively new to Linux.
I would like to put Linux on a x386 PC. The task of this station would be :
- work as a router (sharing an internet connection) for my internal LAN,
- work as a firewall for my internal LAN,
- work as a print server, cvs server,... for my internal LAN.
Can I do it with "Suse Linux 9.0" or do I have to buy "Suse Standard Server"?
If I buy Suse Standard Server, did I have to pay every year ?
A few days ago, 9.1 Professional was delivered to my doorstep. The things is,
I didn't order it :) So, some kind soul somewhere bought and paid for 9.1 in
my name, but I can't get anyone to 'fess up to it.
So, whether it's someone I know personally, or some anonymous person I've met
on the net or whatever, to whom it may concern: Thank you very much
Hello. I'm having a complete brain fart here, and can't seem to put in
the right information to google to get what I need, so I was wondering
if someone could help enlighten me. I have a test server set up on our
local network here, and its almost running great. The problem is that in
order to access the computer you have to use the internal ip address and
cannot use the computer name. How do I bind the computer name to the ip
address (this is only for access over the internal network), so for
instance when I need to go view the web root I can type in
http://computerName instead of http://192.168..... TIA!