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    Poll: I used to use XFS, but now I use ext3 for no...

    I used to use XFS, but now I use ext3 for no particular reason.
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    It looks like you don't have libuuid installed,...

    It looks like you don't have libuuid installed, which is a part of e2fsprogs. Install e2fsprogs and try running the configure script again. Here is the e2fsprogs website if you have questions about...
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    Most distributions will make the document root...

    Most distributions will make the document root /var/www or /srv/www by default. It's pretty much gotta be in /var or /srv somewhere.

    That sounds like an internal IP address. Are you attempting to...
  4. If you can ping your router, then your network...

    If you can ping your router, then your network device is configured properly and it can't be a problem with the kernel. Can you access/ping computers outside your network? Try entering 66.249.87.104...
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    You'll most like need to run # /sbin/modprobe...

    You'll most like need to run

    # /sbin/modprobe ntfs
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    The bootloader isn't going to look in...

    The bootloader isn't going to look in /boot/mykernel. You can keep it there if you feel like it and no problems should arise (unless you have /boot as a separate partition and it's running out of...
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    Yes. Slax (http://slax.linux-live.org/) 5.0.7 has...

    Yes. Slax 5.0.7 has sendmail 8.13.1.
  8. Thread: Gnome 2.12

    by sether
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    Mandriva 2006.1-0.3 has Gnome 2.12.0.1. You can...

    Mandriva 2006.1-0.3 has Gnome 2.12.0.1. You can upgrade to this version to get Gnome 2.12.x
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    Do you have permission to write to the text file...

    Do you have permission to write to the text file in its current location?
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    Why can't you compile it on the machine you'll be...

    Why can't you compile it on the machine you'll be using it on? Or, why can't you just

    # apt-get install montecarlo-base
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    Since I do not provide technical support...

    Since I do not provide technical support Microsoft products, I am going to give you the Linux answer :) . So if you have an install of Linux on another partition or if you have a Linux live CD, you...
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    Er, that smiley is supposed to be mount (8)...

    Er, that smiley is supposed to be
    mount (8) Damn smileys.
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    The Fedora Core installer (still) does not have...

    The Fedora Core installer (still) does not have support for reiserfs. Even though you say it's reiserfs, are you sure it's not ext2/3? mount (8) will guess the filesystem if -t is not specified. Try...
  14. Thread: Mounting iPod

    by sether
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    Using an iPod with Linux...

    Using an iPod with Linux

    :)
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    Though this does not directly answer your...

    Though this does not directly answer your question, I recommend using a free software alternative to Adobe Acrobat such as xpdf (as well as kpdf, the KDE frontend to it, or evince, the GNOME frontend...
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    This lengthy document will tell you everything you need to know. Basically, you're looking to use a framebuffer driver that may or may not be already compiled into your kernel.
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    We will need to know what filesystem(s) you are...

    We will need to know what filesystem(s) you are using on Windows. To find out, run the following command with root privileges:

    # /sbin/fdisk -l
    and paste the output here. It will either be vfat...
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    index.html is the default. If you want to change...

    index.html is the default. If you want to change it, modify "DirectoryIndex" in httpd.conf to reflect the name of the main page, like so:

    DirectoryIndex foo.html
    which will change it to foo.html.
  19. Thread: /etc/X11

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    All you need to do is # cp /root/xorg.conf...

    All you need to do is

    # cp /root/xorg.conf /etc/X11/
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    I'm not sure, but I would just install the...

    I'm not sure, but I would just install the flashblock Firefox extension. Then flash objects will only be displayed when you want them to.
  21. Thread: key mapping

    by sether
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    I don't understand why you would need to write a...

    I don't understand why you would need to write a program to do this. Tell your friend to change all of his passwords and to not store usernames and passwords since there are many programs that can...
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    Try W3C standards-compliant websites.

    Try W3C standards-compliant websites.
  23. Can you ping the outside world? For example, $...

    Can you ping the outside world? For example,

    $ ping -c4 google.com
    Describe your network setup. Paste the output of

    # ifconfig -a
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    While I do not know the answer to your question,...

    While I do not know the answer to your question, I can point you in the right direction. The program you are dealing with is called getty. Echoing asterisks may simply not be a feature in the version...
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    Making a .deb is easy. Here's a tutorial:...

    Making a .deb is easy. Here's a tutorial:
    http://linuxdevices.com/articles/AT8047723203.html

    And by the way, Flash is in Debian's apt repositories.
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