I've compiled and configured MPlayer 1.0pre5-3.3.4 to use Linux RTC, under
SuSE 9.0 and it worked OK, but now I've installed SuSE 9.2 and the same
mplayer version print this message:
--- cut ---
Linux RTC init error in ioctl (rtc_irqp_set 1024): Inappropriate ioctl for
Try adding "echo 1024 > /proc/sys/dev/rtc/max-user-freq" to your system
Using usleep() timing
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max-user-freq has been configured early.
fluff@brain:~/ctorrent-1.3.2> cat /proc/sys/dev/rtc/max-user-freq
So, i think it's ok. Looking into kernel's documentation directory i found a
RTC test program, and it fails in the same way (even running it as root
brain:~ # uname -a
Linux brain 2.6.8-24.5-default #1 Wed Nov 17 11:10:06 UTC 2004 i686 i686 i386
brain:~ # ./rtctest
RTC Driver Test Example.
ioctl: Inappropriate ioctl for device
The question is, How can I use RTC under SuSE 9.2?
Should I customize(patch/change) my kernel?
Is there a known workarround ?
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I try to configure my wlan card under suse 9.2
madwifi drivers seems to be suitable
Does anyone have experience with it ?
For the moment, i got troubles with data streams ( interruptions ... )
On Monday 28 February 2005 20:53, Russ wrote:
> I'm trying FTP from Konqueror tonight. Interesting thing is everything
> using WSFTP from Windows is in ASCII mode and it works.
^^^^^^^^^^^ This is not possible.
It may /appear/ to you to be happening in ASCII mode, but I assure you
it is not. jpegs /are/ binaries; they're compressed image data. And
binaries *do not* transfer via ftp in ASCII mode without getting
mangled. Those are just the facts. And, if you stop to think about
it, this reality explains the need for two modes in the first place.
What's happening ... and as much as it pains me to describe a windoze
based application favorably (at least it's an independent "third party"
package) ... is that WSFTP is able to communicate it's needs to the
server in such a manner that your files are just 'landing' intact;
without you having to intervene manually or pay close attention to the
modes. This is what KBear is intended to do and will be doing
My main interest at this point is /not/ to prove you wrong, but to help
you understand the problem so you'll recognize it quickly in the future
and be able to deal with it on your own and do so confidently.
So, again, good luck & regards,
C. E. Hartung Business Development & Support Services
Dover Foxcroft, Maine, USA Public Keys 68396713 & F8207216
Reg. Linux User #350527 http://counter.li.org/
> After adding localhost to the access crontrol list
> ... greeted with this error message:
> Error importing gtk: could not open display
"xhost +localhost" stopped working for me after
upgrading SuSE from 8.0 to 9.2
I guess this is some difference between xfree and xorg,
or maybe it's the "-nolisten tcp" option in startx.
For whatever reason, the syntax has changed:
Now it is "xhost +local:localhost"
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From: Carl E. Hartung [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 7:56 PM
Subject: Re: [SLE] SuSE9.2 and Evolution Connecting to exchange
On Monday 28 February 2005 19:26, Elijah Savage wrote:
> What am I missing...?
>The package is called "ximian-connector" (not "Evolution...") but it
came right up in YaST when I searched for it. I >>>>> used "evolution"
as my search string and both 'Name' and 'Summary' were checked.
>HTH & regards,
> C. E. Hartung Business Development & Support Services
> http://www.cehartung.com/ carlh(a)cehartung.com
> Dover Foxcroft, Maine, USA Public Keys 68396713 & F8207216
> Reg. Linux User #350527 http://counter.li.org/
Thank you for the reply, and I probably miss understood. In the release
I read from novel I thought that the ximian connector and the evolution
mail client had all become one and that is what I was referring to, I
> I concur. Editing the "Reply To" address is a pain. It would be better if
> the "Reply To" went to the list. If I want to send to the originator, I'll
> modify the reply.
>There is no "Reply-To" header in mail coming from the list.
Never said there was.
>By the way, you email program does not respect mail threading.
Yes, I know. It's Outlook. It always top posts when I want to bottom post.
I just purchased the pro version of SuSE9.2. Everything installed just
fine, I installed all the evolution packages from yast but there are no
options when setting up an account to connect to Microsoft Exchange. It
has been a while since I looked at this package and linux and I know
that you use to need the ximian connector but according to a press
release I read from Novell that connector is included in Evolution 2.0
now it even advertises it on the box.
A friend of mine at work installed fedora and it was nothing to get this
installed up and working.
What am I missing I have searched Google and this mailing list and it is
version 2.0.1 that came with the box set.
I presently run SuSE 9.1 with KDE 3.2.2.level "a" When I am having a problem
with KBEAR (FTP) if I transfer a .jpg to the webserver they will not display.
If I copy the jpg to Windows (yak) and use WSFTP they work. This just started
happening recently. Checking the permissions show they are the same if I use
kbear or WSftp. Only message I see in Kbear that I do not seein in WSFTP is
kbear tries the following:
250 CWD command successful.
200 Type set to A.
500 EPSV not understood.
227 Entering Passive Mode (216,40,195,82,11,76).
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list
226 Transfer complete.
I do not see that EPSV message in WSftp it starts in passive mode.
I use the icon to provide a link to another site. The file does transfer. If I
put my cursor over the area where the jpg should be I can click I can link to
I tryed looking at the SuSE update site but it says I have the latest versions
Can anyone give me an idea what to look at. I will be tring a manual update
from the console or Konqueror. The linux browser I've tryed are Konqueror and
Mozilla. Both exhibit the same issue until I transfer the jpg with WSftp from
I just dl'd a package called Directory Administrator that I found on
Freshmeat. When I went to install there were unresolved dependancies so I
searched for them on the Suse Install and Source Dvd's and could not find
The files / modules are libcrypto.so.4 and libssl.so.4 . Where would I look
to find these?