> Hi all,
> has anyone experienced (and solved) two strange problems described
> with SuSE Linux 9.2 ?
> - first - named process doesnt't resolve queries from internal
> after clean reboot of machine - machne acts like internet
> gateway+mailserver, has 1 internal and 1 external interface. named
> configuration with view statement in named.conf to answer in different
> manner queries from inside and outside. Just logging in as root and
> issuing rcnamed restart solves the problem but WHY ?
I've had problems with named a couple of times. Both times it turned
out that the problem was the chroot jail, and the conf files
(/etc/named.conf and /var/lib/named/etc/named.conf) not being identical.
It's something to think about, at least.
(The first time that it happened, I just copied /etc/named.conf to
/var/lib/named/etc/named.conf, and then rebooted the machine. Named
came up properly at boot time after that.)
Also, is named logging anything to any of these when it tries to start:
> Ivan Mojzis
> Slovak Repiblic
How do I go about to reset/delete all user_xattr and ACL settings from
volumes? I've redone a system completely, retaining a couple of
volumes, and now just about every file and dir carries the wrong info.
I'd like to ask for advice on how to ftp install SuSE
9.3 on my laptop where I currently have SuSE 8.2. What
are the necessary steps I should folow?
I do have 2 partitions where 2nd one I use just for
data but can clean it up. My goal is to have both SuSE
8.2 and SuSE9.3 running so I can move data from SuSE
8.2 partition to SuSE9.3 partition slowly step by step
and if anything goes wrong or I need to do something
urgent and it does not work on SuSE9.3 yet I can
reboot to SuSE8.2 and work till I figure it out.
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On Sun, 2005-07-31 at 16:19 -0700, Scott Leighton wrote:
> On Sunday 31 July 2005 4:04 pm, MJang wrote:
> > On Sun, 2005-07-31 at 14:27 -0700, Scott Leighton wrote:
> > >
> > > Well, the FAQ is abundantly clear on the subject. It explains the
> > > complete rationale.
> > Dear Scott,
> Please reply to the list, that's what it is for, not to me directly.
My mistake. But since you've taken the time to answer my questions
personally, which I appreciate, I shall take the time to respond.
> > Please show me where. I've re-read the FAQ again. I see nothing w/r/t
> > any analysis in comparison to Fedora or Debian lists.
> And why, pray tell, should SuSE or anyone else feel the need
> to provide you with an analysis comparing the Fedora or Debian
> lists to SuSE's list?
I ask the users, not SUSE. I believe that anyone who understands the
differences has a better chance to dominate the market. I do believe
some SUSE users are interested in evangelizing this distro.
> Your very question is arrogrant. You do understand that
> list admins get to run their lists however they choose right?
I do, and I respect it. As I said before, I have no problem with the
> > > As to comparisions with Fedora or Debian
> > > mail lists, that's apples and oranges given that they all have
> > > different list administrators and the list administrator gets
> > > to make these kinds of decisions.
> > And on each list, the decision seems to have popular support. What is
> > different about each community? I think it's more than just the
> > arbitrary decisions of a list manager. I suspect it's related to the
> > European bent of the SUSE list membership, but I think that's too
> > simplistic.
> I think you are jumping to a wrong conclusion assuming that list
> decisions are/were made by popular support. While it is certainly
> likely that SuSE took the opinions of subscribers into account
> when it made its decisions on how to manage this list, I seriously
> doubt they put it to a vote.
You're probably right there.
> I also think you are reaching to characterize > the
> the list admin's
> decisions as 'arbitary'. The FAQs make it clear that some thought
> was put behind the decisions that the list admin made regarding
> this and the other listed subjects.
Which gets to my question, with respect to SUSE users.
> > I think the reason why people here seem to have trouble answering the
> > question is that it's more sociological in nature. Yes, a bit OT, but
> > who better to understand the differences between Linux users than Linux
> > users?
> I don't see where anyone here has any trouble at all answering your
> question, the trouble seems to be on your end. You simply don't like
> the answers so you keep harping on the issue.
The answers I get are w/r/t why the decision was made for the mailing
list. It does not address (as far as I can tell) the sociological
motivations of SUSE users.
> It's real simple, this subject has been visited many many times in
> the past, the OWNER of the list has made a descision regarding
> this issue and thats that. Don't like the decision, then go start
> your own list.
I do appreciate the decision and abide by it.
But I think the userbase who understands the differences first has a
much better chance to dominate the Linux marketplace.
Once again, I thank you (and others here) for the time you've taken to
consider my question.
On Monday 01 August 2005 15:38, you wrote:
> If I change the hard disk setting it wondn't be a problem. I mean if I
> change the jumpers the hard disk of suse will be a master and windows in
Yes, but firstly put back the Windows boot loader in MBR, like I have
described earlier, or you'll still not be able to boot Windows.
Choose "Repair" when the Windows CD prompts you.
Thank you for your replies.
I have tried some options that you have described, but the problem is that I had 2 hard disk where the windows 2000 is installed in Mater and suse 9.2 installed in Slave.
So I boot from hard disk, the GRUB word displays on the screen and then nothing happens
To start Linux I should every time boot from floppies and select Installation then boot installed system
But I tried several times to start windows I couldn't even with the bootable cd of windows
Could someone please help me with ? your help will be very appreciated
Regards and Thanks
From: Greg Wallace [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Greg
Sent: maandag 1 augustus 2005 4:52
Subject: RE: [SLE] Grub problem
I just wrote:
>On Sunday, July 31, 2005 @ 5:50 PM, A Yahiaoui wrote:
>>I have installed suse pro 9.2 on my pc in which motherboard is asus p2B
>>and I getting in starting Linux. When I switch on my pc, grub word
>>displays and nothing then happens>
>>I have even tried with Lilo, but I got the error after starting in form
>>of L 99 99 ...
>>I would be glad if you would like to help me to solve this problem.
>>Thinking you in advance for your support
>I have had that happen before and the problem was that Grub Stage 1 was not
>installed in the MBR. There are two stages to GRUB, the first in the MBR
>your hard drive and the second is in your actual SuSE root partition. Now,
>cutting to the chase, if that is the problem here as what you would need to
>1) Boot your system from the installation disk. You should see the same
>screens you saw when you first installed, but at some point you will be
>provided options such as (these may not be exact words) New Installation,
>Boot Current System, ... Select Boot Current System. That should get you
>booted up. Log in as root. Then, do the following
>grub -- This should come back with a prompt grub>
>find /boot/grub/stage1 -- You should get back something like (hd0,1)
>root (hd0,1) -- Or whatever the prompt said
>setup (hd0) -- You should get messages back saying stage 1 has been
>Re-boot, without the Installation CD
Damn. I hope this one doesn't wrap the steps I listed like the last message
did (hard to read).
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pour m'écrire, aller sur:
I have installed suse pro 9.2 on my pc in which motherboard is asus p2B
and I getting in starting Linux. When I switch on my pc, grub word
displays and nothing then happens>
I have even tried with Lilo, but I got the error after starting in form
of L 99 99 ...
I would be glad if you would like to help me to solve this problem.
Thinking you in advance for your support