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    try taking out the gid and uid and see what...

    try taking out the gid and uid and see what happens :)
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    In your original post, you said rpm was fine. Yes...

    In your original post, you said rpm was fine. Yes it uses the internet, but you didn't say you it coudn't.
  3. Thread: knoppix

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    no, but you can install that version of knoppix...

    no, but you can install that version of knoppix right on your system. there is no guarantee that the hardware recognition will be the exact same though, but it is usually close.

    also, there is a...
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    apt-get

    apt-get
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    how bout mozilla mail? I find it to be very easy...

    how bout mozilla mail? I find it to be very easy to use and yet has lots of features, I tried evolution for a while but a few things bothered me about it so back to mozilla mail I went. :)
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    gcc should come on the cd of your distro.

    gcc should come on the cd of your distro.
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    actually with red hat 9, if memory serves...

    actually with red hat 9, if memory serves correctly (and other various distros) it runs something called "firstboot" that allows you to add a user there and set up many things with your system.
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    or you can read the page called "How to install...

    or you can read the page called "How to install nvidia drivers" on my guide (link below) It walks you thru how to edit a file in text mode also.
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    the major advantage of using src.rpm's is that...

    the major advantage of using src.rpm's is that when you rebuild them you can specify the archecture. I rebuilt quite a few for Jamd linux which is basically a lighter, i686 version of red hat 9. It...
  10. try running xf86config from within the /etc/X11/...

    try running xf86config from within the /etc/X11/ directory.
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    hmm, im kinda confused. what distro are you...

    hmm, im kinda confused.

    what distro are you using to set it up as a file server?

    it's nice that you gave the info about testing it with mdk, but the actual install is what is important.

    the...
  12. run xf86config. or edit /etc/X11/XF86Config by...

    run xf86config. or edit /etc/X11/XF86Config by hand (you will probably go with the first one) this can be done in the terminal, must be done in text, there is no gui for it.

    in order to do this,...
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    you don't really need to run apps thru the...

    you don't really need to run apps thru the konsole all the time.
    if you are using kde, you can add them to your menu using the menu editor or you can just press alt-F2 and then just type in the name...
  14. Thread: KDE or GNOME

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    I love kde and so do most people. If you didn't...

    I love kde and so do most people. If you didn't install it with red hat, throw in your install cd1 and do an upgrade and select it. Once that is done, reboot and you should see it on your "sessions"...
  15. Thread: Beginer...

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    wow, hate to disagree with most people here, but...

    wow, hate to disagree with most people here, but that is not a good system for rh, even an older one. you could maybe get away with it if you use a light wm like flux like suggested, but even that is...
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    sounds interesting for sure. and you can manage...

    sounds interesting for sure. and you can manage to get decent speeds from it?
    I generally use xmule and I really like it, but the one drawback is staying online long because you need to in order to...
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    http://www.bytebot.net/openoffice/faq.html#Databas...

    http://www.bytebot.net/openoffice/faq.html#Database0 :)
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    I do fancy direct connect, but I find it hard to...

    I do fancy direct connect, but I find it hard to find good hubs sometimes. And most ppl don't have 20+GB's to share like I do. :wink:
  19. Thread: Hardware Help

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    what is the exact partitioning scheme?

    what is the exact partitioning scheme?
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    try this rpm: ...

    try this rpm:

    http://www.phplinux.net/JAMD/RPMS/shen/mozilla_firebird/mozilla-firebird-0.6.1-1.shen.i686.rpm

    if you have an i686 cpu. it was compiled by someone I know and it has worked for...
  21. Thread: Mplayer

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    this is one of the prime reasons why I don't...

    this is one of the prime reasons why I don't compile from source.

    alternatives:

    urpmi mplayer
    apt-get install mplayer
    pacman -S mplayer
    emerge mplayer

    done!
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    yeah, decent filesharing programs are hard to...

    yeah, decent filesharing programs are hard to come by in linux, it's one of its major downfalls.
    the only two that are really good are kazaalite thru wine and gIFT which are both major pitas. i've...
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    for future reference, you might want to look into...

    for future reference, you might want to look into urpmi for mandrake, it makes thing a lot easier.
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    http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/history/90...

    http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/history/90498
  25. Thread: open office

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    actually although there isn't a direct copy of...

    actually although there isn't a direct copy of access in OOO, there is a way to use it and a lot of people regard it as a better option:

    http://www.bytebot.net/openoffice/faq.html#Database1
    ...
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