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  1. I got it fixed. To find the solution, Google...

    I got it fixed. To find the solution, Google this: "I'm running nfsv4, right?"
  2. You are right that I'm not using a network...

    You are right that I'm not using a network database. But I do have the same uid and gid on all three machines.

    The client that works:
    sfg@ap400:~$ whoami
    sfg
    sfg@ap400:~$ id
    uid=1000(sfg)...
  3. NFS shows different file owners on different machines

    I have a server and two client machines, all running Debian. I (user) have the same uid and gid (1000) on all three machines. One client accesses the nfs share normally, where my files are mine (user...
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    Sony doesn't like Linux

    Linux users are apparently out of luck with Sony. You guys must have pirated too many of their tunes. I got a Sony DSC T700 Cybershot camera as a gift. It seems really cool, but I guess I need to...
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    Of course, for it to work the key (in the...

    Of course, for it to work the key (in the example: "07DC563D") must be the one which Debian reports missing.
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    Can Linux server start appl. on Win box?

    My office has ~24 Windows machines connected to a Windows file server. I want to provide a Linux web interface for a few features, including access to files in the Windows file server. Problem is...
  7. Yes, you want to use nfs to share files between 2...

    Yes, you want to use nfs to share files between 2 Linux boxes. Before you can do anything, though, you need to make sure your boxes can see each other. Is networking configured on both machines? ...
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    Slackware has good guidance on working with old...

    Slackware has good guidance on working with old machines and they have older versions of Linux that have lighter resource requirements. As an added bonus, installing Slackware is a good learning...
  9. Thread: modules

    by drakebasher
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    The typo is not in extra, but missing characters:...

    The typo is not in extra, but missing characters:
    From Gentoo Handbook:

    Code Listing 23: Viewing all available modules
    # find /lib/modules/<kernel version>/ -type f -iname '*.o' -or -iname '*.ko'
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    More questions about Grub come up here, so either...

    More questions about Grub come up here, so either Grub is more popular or LILO is fool-proof. Learn about both here.
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    Qcad is pretty easy and is included with Knoppix...

    Qcad is pretty easy and is included with Knoppix and some others. Cycas is free for non-commercial use. Hard to understand, but it looks like it can do anything. You do want to render your model...
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    For multi-booting, it helps alot to have a /boot/...

    For multi-booting, it helps alot to have a /boot/ partition which can then be shared by all distros. Put the /boot/ partition on the boot device (the drive you will boot to). When you install other...
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    Since re-emerging, have you tried going through...

    Since re-emerging, have you tried going through idesk's set-up procedure? See section "Setup" here.
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    10.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 U...

    10.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 0 eth1Through eth1, you have a route to anything with IP from 10.0.0.1 to 10.0.0.255, provided it's not blocked by your firewall....
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    Sure, broadband is fast and easy, but dial-up is...

    Sure, broadband is fast and easy, but dial-up is cool. I got my stage1 gentoo install through it and now I'm learning about maintaining it which occaisionally needs a big download, but it works well...
  16. From the man page for wget...

    From the man page for wget:Wget can follow links in HTML and XHTML pages and create local versions of remote web sites, fully recreating the directory structure of the original site. This is...
  17. Thread: question

    by drakebasher
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    Really? Usually that "*" is a wildcard which you...

    Really? Usually that "*" is a wildcard which you can use for input to ls (for example 'ls /etc/*.conf') but I don't recall seeing it in the ouput. If you do 'ls -l' you will see more detail about...
  18. Maybe wget can help. It's intended to copy pages...

    Maybe wget can help. It's intended to copy pages and their links, so maybe if you wget your files out of the current directory (without dead links), you will be able to clean house and then wget...
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    I have never heard of problems with external...

    I have never heard of problems with external serial modems. The only driver needed is for the serial port, which is setup by default in most (all?) cases. I have 2 different models of US Robotics...
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    Windows does not know anything about Linux and...

    Windows does not know anything about Linux and even less about Linux permissions. If your system can be fixed at all, you will need to do it using a Linux system, using a live CD. How did you try...
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    You can often find good information by doing a...

    You can often find good information by doing a Google search through their Linux groups an including the word "howto" like so: www.google.com/linux howto permissions

    Default settings for groups...
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    Or maybe startkde or startgdm. With Debian, I...

    Or maybe startkde or startgdm. With Debian, I was frustrated by a few things that are different from what I'd used before. Maybe try startkde as root (you'll then have to log in as regular user to...
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    You should be able to ping even if you don't have...

    You should be able to ping even if you don't have a route. Do 'route -n' to see if routing is correct.
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    Re: NFS mount problem

    Is that a typo? Maybe it should be:

    # mount //10.0.0.4/Shared /home/esteban/Desktop/NFS\ Shared/
    ...change to...
    # mount 10.0.0.4&#58;/Shared /home/esteban/Desktop/NFS\ Shared/
  25. At the Grub prompt, do: grub> root (hd0,0)...

    At the Grub prompt, do:

    grub> root (hd0,0)
    grub> kernel / <tab>

    When you press <tab>, you should get a list of files and directories located on (hd0,0). If you don't see either boot or grub...
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