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    That's an old timer::D Does the BIOS support CD...

    That's an old timer::D Does the BIOS support CD Booting?
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    I don't know. Are you sure your isp is not using...

    I don't know. Are you sure your isp is not using dhcp?
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    Ghost for Linux. link...

    Ghost for Linux. link.
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    , yes, those are the dns ip's which you are...

    , yes, those are the dns ip's which you are provided by your service provider.

    Are you using a router? If so, is that set up for static ip's?
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    YAST > Network Devices > Network Card >User...

    YAST > Network Devices > Network Card >User Controlled with Network Manager

    then Edit your card with the Static config.
  6. Thread: Need some ideas

    by rong
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    If you are interested in building and learning...

    If you are interested in building and learning quite a lot about servers check this out for a good project tutorial.

    When I get bored I go play pool:)
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    Are you logged in as Root? Operation not...

    Are you logged in as Root? Operation not Permitted suggests that may be the problem.

    Why don't you use YAST to install Opera instead of tar? YAST>Software>Software Management and Search Opera...
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    Using your SUSE install disk you can do a Repair...

    Using your SUSE install disk you can do a Repair which is one of the options. You may want to give that a try first.
  9. Thread: Network Problems

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    Have you tried YAST > Network Devices > Network...

    Have you tried YAST > Network Devices > Network Card > Network Manager then Edit and look for the Host Name and Name Server button and then enter your Name Server 1 and 2 ip's. If you don't know...
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    Unless there is something out of the ordinary...

    Unless there is something out of the ordinary going on there you only need to type in startx. Carlosponti asked you about this but you didn't answer so perhaps you did not try that yet?
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    Make sure your Monitor vert. and horiz. settings...

    Make sure your Monitor vert. and horiz. settings are correct.
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    The Sata kernell supports both sata and pata...

    The Sata kernell supports both sata and pata drives and should work on your pc so I don't think that's your problem.

    It's not clear to me what your problem is and it would help if you gave more...
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    Check out "Ghost for Linux". Some info here...

    Check out "Ghost for Linux". Some info here. I've not used it so I can't comment on how well it works but sounds like it's what you're looking for.
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    What I always do before editing any config file...

    What I always do before editing any config file is simply make a copy of it: cp file file.bak.

    Also note that when you install, and assuming you use the default sata.i kernel, you will have the...
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    You'll only need to do xorg configurations if...

    You'll only need to do xorg configurations if something like the mouse or video does not work properly. Editing the xorg.conf file manually is actually easier than trying to fix something by running...
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    Oops, I was thinking pre version 10. Thanks for...

    Oops, I was thinking pre version 10. Thanks for the correction.
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    ..and if you prefer books rather than online...

    ..and if you prefer books rather than online reading as I do, check out "How Linux Works (what every Superuser should know)" by Brian Ward. Recommended.
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    Go to YAST > Network Devices > Network Card and...

    Go to YAST > Network Devices > Network Card and configure. You can Edit and setup for static ip's there ( I assume that's what you are trying to do).
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    What version? I'll have to assume version 11...

    What version? I'll have to assume version 11 since you didn't say. Version 11 has 6 CD's for the complete set and you may need Cd 4 and 5 for what you want to do (maybe).

    Do a standard install...
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    This is a contradiction. You say it boots the CD...

    This is a contradiction. You say it boots the CD and then you say the CD is not recognized. My first guess is that it's a bad cd. Are the CD's from a download or what? If you downloaded did you do...
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    Helllo:) Install Win first to make life a...

    Helllo:)


    Install Win first to make life a lot easier. Naturally you'll want to leave empty partitions for linux. You can partition in just about any fashion you so desire, but the most common...
  22. Thread: Several problems

    by rong
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    Try: alsactl store

    Try:
    alsactl store
  23. Thread: Nvidia, Audacity

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    I believe Audacity is available via YAST. Been...

    I believe Audacity is available via YAST. Been awhile since I ran 10.1 but I'm pretty sure it was and it is for sure in 10.2 Use YAST to install it and you shouldn't have those dependency issues. ...
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    ...and write this quote down at least a hundred...

    ...and write this quote down at least a hundred times:)
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    I expect you are going to have to reinstall. It...

    I expect you are going to have to reinstall. It appears that the partitioning you did is the cause of the problem from the clues you've provided. Perhaps you did a partition resizing? I gather...
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