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    Hi mynca_2000, Could you post the results from...

    Hi mynca_2000,
    Could you post the results from these commands (you'll need to be root when you execute them):

    ifconfig
    route
    ping -c 4 www.google.com
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    * For Visual C and VB just stick to the usual...

    * For Visual C and VB just stick to the usual Visual Studio in Windows. But if you are developing for Linux, then use gcc/g++ for C/C++ compilation and something like KDevelop or Ecclipse as the IDE....
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    from memory, the paid downloads include X months...

    from memory, the paid downloads include X months of support and some extra software.

    You can download the free version from here: http://www.mandriva.com/en/download/free

    Also I am not sure...
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    the best by far is ffmpeg.

    the best by far is ffmpeg.
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    xev + Xmodmap would be the best bet to get...

    xev + Xmodmap would be the best bet to get multimedia keys working. Take a look at this documentation. I know it is for gentoo, but works for all distros.
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    To compile driver, see this site...

    To compile driver, see this site. For ndiswrapper, all you need is your windows driver plus ndiswrapper which I is available on the SUSE installation media. (Yast -> Install and remove software).
    ...
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    Does wpa work fine in windows? If so I would...

    Does wpa work fine in windows? If so I would suggest you go via the ndiswrapper + windows driver which has wpa working route. :) Hope this helps. Or you could even try update to the latest rt2500usb...
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    What are those two extra buttons supposed to do?...

    What are those two extra buttons supposed to do? (never used a mouse with more than 3 buttons before)...

    If it is for something like moving back or forward in web-page or if you want to use it to...
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    try this: open up a terminal window -> become...

    try this:
    open up a terminal window -> become root -> run sax2 -> graphics? -> check the box called enable 3d.

    I am not sure 100% about the parts after running sax2 as it has been some time since...
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    ndiswrapper isn't working as it says driver is...

    ndiswrapper isn't working as it says driver is invalid..
    "Installed ndis drivers:
    netam772 driver present
    windows_driver_inf_file invalid driver!"

    btw, if bcm43xx is the correct driver for your...
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    Could you post the output from this command: ...

    Could you post the output from this command:

    ls -l /usr/src/linux

    it may just be that the symlink to the kernel source isn't set up properly.
  12. Thread: Installing 10.2

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    since the patch is included in the kernel you are...

    since the patch is included in the kernel you are already running, read my previous post and decide if you want to go ahead with compiling in support for the card reader... Remember, the driver is...
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    yes it is run from the command line... and make...

    yes it is run from the command line... and make sure you are running it as root and not as yourself.
  14. lol... it is possible, but the older distros...

    lol...
    it is possible, but the older distros such as RH8 may have trouble with newer machines esp. ones with SATA drives.

    I would suggest you have a common boot partition say 500MB or so and then...
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    in that case, try running xorgconfig

    in that case, try running xorgconfig
  16. Thread: Installing 10.2

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    I don't know if your card reader is supported by...

    I don't know if your card reader is supported by whatever module is in the kernel. But you could try compiling in the SD/MMC module and see if it helps.

    If you are feeling upto it, then do the...
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    read the part about adding sources to yast........

    read the part about adding sources to yast..... or look at suse's instructions on adding repos here: http://en.opensuse.org/Additional_YaST_Package_Repositories
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    install the tcl-dev package... usually the...

    install the tcl-dev package...

    usually the error message will give you an indication in what to do next.
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    maybe firefox could be causing the leaks.. in top...

    maybe firefox could be causing the leaks.. in top you can see how much memory is being assigned to a process. I would suggest you check there and stop or upgrade the program as necessary.
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    you could try my_int_var = (int)argv[something]...

    you could try
    my_int_var = (int)argv[something]
    or
    sscanf(argv[something], "%d", &my_int_var)

    its been some time since I have done string processing in C, but it should be something like that.
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    you can create it with any text editor, but for...

    you can create it with any text editor, but for security purposes it would be better if you created it as root. Kwrite/Kedit is just fine for this purpose as is vi, nano etc...

    And to run the...
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    Some people report that after disabling ipv6 they...

    Some people report that after disabling ipv6 they can surf internet normally, personally I have not had to do it as it hasn't affected me..

    As for your ecclipse problem, the problem would lie with...
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    Docter_D, since you are already using Linux, to...

    Docter_D,
    since you are already using Linux, to check the md5sum of the iso compare the output of

    md5sum /path_to_isoagainst the md5sum on SUSE's website.

    As for burning it, well you could use...
  24. Thread: ndiswrapper

    by AlexK
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    can you ping the linux box from windows? can you...

    can you ping the linux box from windows? can you ping anything else from the linux box?
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    hmm, try sax instead of sax2. Also make sure you...

    hmm,
    try sax instead of sax2. Also make sure you have logged in as the root user. And does running sax2 give you any errors?
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