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    Yes it does. Some of the questions have nothing...

    Yes it does. Some of the questions have nothing to do with linux. Most of the questions seem to be written by somebody who never used linux. Ask dumb ones like what app do you run on your server,...
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    You can change the permissions on fat32 but only...

    You can change the permissions on fat32 but only at mount. Type man mount to see all the options for fat32 but using the ones I said earlier in your fstab should work.
  3. Thread: file history

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    You can get an idea of who edited it last by...

    You can get an idea of who edited it last by looking at the permissions. If only owner has write access, then that would be obvious who wrote it. If it has group write access, look in /etc/groups to...
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    You should read my last post again.

    You should read my last post again.
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    There isn't a "best" distro out there. It is...

    There isn't a "best" distro out there. It is personal preference and what fits your needs. Start trying out different ones until you find one you like. I have used slack, debian, and gentoo. I like...
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    I was only able to make my card work on 2.6...

    I was only able to make my card work on 2.6 kernel using ati's driver. If you want, I can post my kernel and x config for you.
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    If the files are stored on fat32, you cannot...

    If the files are stored on fat32, you cannot change the permissions. You can use mount options like uid=<blah> and guid=<BLAH>,umask=<blah> to set initial permissions when it is mounted. The defualt...
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    SUID means it will run as whoever the owner of...

    SUID means it will run as whoever the owner of the file. Say you have a file owned by root with +s and you are logged in with bobthebuilder, when you run the file, it will execute with root...
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    Run it from console and see what error is.

    Run it from console and see what error is.
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    You could use any text editor you like.

    You could use any text editor you like.
  11. Thread: download dhcp

    by genlee
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    find / -iname dhcpd.conf

    find / -iname dhcpd.conf
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    I don't see any problems with doing that. It will...

    I don't see any problems with doing that. It will only have access as whatever uid apache runs as. Plus there is a php_safe option you can set in php.ini which enables extra security features.
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    Yes NFS isn't the most secure which is why I...

    Yes NFS isn't the most secure which is why I would only use it on a lan(not like i would want to route samba over the net either). If I needed to use a network filesystem over the net, I would use...
  14. Thread: corrupt tables

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    Yes, it is in the correct form to import back...

    Yes, it is in the correct form to import back into a database. After dumping it to a file, when you open it you will basicly see mysql syntax that creates tables and inserts data. You can read the...
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    Off topic but andutt, did you learn unix before...

    Off topic but andutt, did you learn unix before linux?
  16. Thread: Perl vs Python

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    The only difference is python's syntax is easier...

    The only difference is python's syntax is easier to read. Python looks cleaner but they both do the samething. OO on perl was more of a hack where python was built for it so hence it looks a little...
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    There is nothing wrong with NFS but I would only...

    There is nothing wrong with NFS but I would only use it over a lan. There are more secure options like OpenAFS but setting up/admin of that is much harder then NFS. NFSv4 is in the 2.6 kernel which...
  18. Thread: corrupt tables

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    I have never had mysql corrupt is own data. When...

    I have never had mysql corrupt is own data. When it happens, generally caused by a failing disk or another app. Try running fsck on your drive to see if there is any bad blocks.
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    What is wrong with nfs? Look into kerberos for...

    What is wrong with nfs? Look into kerberos for replacing nis.
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    If ifconfig eth0 shows your nic info(mac address,...

    If ifconfig eth0 shows your nic info(mac address, ect), that means it is working. Probably don't have /etc/resolv.conf working. Swaping nics will not fix that.
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    Do an ifconfig eth0 and see if it shows the...

    Do an ifconfig eth0 and see if it shows the device. If it does, your network card is working. Also make sure the correct module is loaded by doing lsmod
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    Pinging 127.0.0.1 doesn't help much since it uses...

    Pinging 127.0.0.1 doesn't help much since it uses loopback device. Try to ping the gateway. Also make sure you have valid dns servers in /etc/resolv.conf. Have you tried running dhcpcd eth0 from...
  23. Thread: corrupt tables

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    Run myisamchk -e *.MYI in your db data dir to get...

    Run myisamchk -e *.MYI in your db data dir to get list of corrupt tables. Use
    myisamchk -r -q table to try and do a quick recovery. if not, just use the -r option.

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    Make sure mysqld isnt...
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    Download the source rpm then edit the config file...

    Download the source rpm then edit the config file for it. Then use rpm to rebuild the binary and install it.
  25. Thread: fedora?

    by genlee
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    Beta is available. Fedora is the project that...

    Beta is available. Fedora is the project that took over redhat personal edition.
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