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  1. Howto use Amarok to play BBC Radio stations over the internet

    The BBC transmits all of its Radio broadcasts as Real Player streams over the internet. It also transmits some (its core stations) in a format suitable for Windows media player. These stations can be...
  2. since posting the above on this and the skyusers...

    since posting the above on this and the skyusers forum, I've been hit by denial of service attacks. I'm sure that it is pure coincedence that they started shortyly after the postings.

    I have,...
  3. Router syslog entries to your syslog - Howto

    This mini Howto is about what I had to do to get my Netgear DG834GT router (Sky Broadband) sending its system log to my PC's syslog.

    I HAVE NOT DEALT WITH THE SECURITY ISSUES THAT THIS CAN CAUSE....
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    try "ifconfig" which will tell you about the...

    try "ifconfig" which will tell you about the network interfaces, mine looks like this :-


    linux-g55o:~ # ifconfig
    lo Link encap:Local Loopback
    inet addr:127.0.0.1 ...
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    In addition to the above post:- 1) You can use...

    In addition to the above post:-
    1) You can use KWIFIManager to monitor your wifi connection.

    2) You can manage the router by entering http://192.168.0.1 into your favourite web browser. A...
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    SUSE working with Skybroadband (UK)

    This mini howto is about getting Suse Linux to work with SkyBroadBand, via a WiFi card (PCI).

    The card is a Belkin Wireless G Desktop Network Card (F5D7000uk). These are cheaply sold at the moment...
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    try using a umask option. This works a bit like a...

    try using a umask option. This works a bit like a chmod but the numbers are reversed (it being a mask). The following allows me to give everybosy access to my windows partition :-


    /dev/hdc1 ...
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    Korre, I'm sorry to hear that your still having...

    Korre,
    I'm sorry to hear that your still having problems.

    Grub is really separate from any distro. I have two hard disks. I use the smaller one for Windows and the larher one has two Linux...
  9. you could always try --nodeps option in your rpm...

    you could always try --nodeps option in your rpm command.

    Or you could try creating a symbolic link (ln -s what-you-already-have what-you-want-to-create ) from the newer libcrypto.so to...
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    have you tried the drivers at www.linmodems.org

    have you tried the drivers at www.linmodems.org
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    problem one seems to be finding my Grub tutorial....

    problem one seems to be finding my Grub tutorial. This is in the
    Linux Tutorials, HOWTO's & Reference Material section of this forum (on page one I believe. It's called " Solving Boot Problems...
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    Korre - Problems with dual boot

    I received this as a message and have transferred it here, so that everybody will get the benefit:-



    if you don't mind...
    i have a few simple (i hope) questions, and since you seem to be the...
  13. are you using a umask in your /etc/fstab . If you...

    are you using a umask in your /etc/fstab . If you set a umask up on the line that has the ntfs partition / drive like this umask=0000 then anyone should be able to read it.

    have fun

    Nerderello
  14. try doing it from the command line: 1) mount...

    try doing it from the command line:

    1) mount the CD / DVD (you already know how to do this)
    2) Open up a terminal window
    3) make yourself the root user ('su -' followed, when prompted, by the...
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    I believe there is a tutorial on the subject in...

    I believe there is a tutorial on the subject in the tutorial section of this forum.

    The basic idea is that you'll need so empty space on your hard disk to put your fedora root (/) partition. This...
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    I wonder if it's using the same threshold as is...

    I wonder if it's using the same threshold as is set in the BIOS? Easy enough to change (go into the BIOS at boot time).

    Nerderello
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    if you have a look in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf...

    if you have a look in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file (cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf | more) you should see that looks a bit like this :-


    Section "Device"
    Identifier "Card0"
    Driver ...
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    try (as the root user) 1) startx 2) telinit...

    try (as the root user)

    1) startx
    2) telinit 3 followed by telinit 5
    3) editing your /etc/inittab (two 't's) and making your default runlevel 5 rather than 3.

    Nerderello

    all of the above...
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    read the tutorial on this subject, in the...

    read the tutorial on this subject, in the tutorial area of thisw forum.

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/linux-tutorials-howtos-reference-material/9358-howto-install-software-readme.html

    have...
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    a few questions here. 1) step by step guide....

    a few questions here.

    1) step by step guide. Not aware of one (but have a look at - http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/linux/RHL-9-Manual/install-guide/). So I'll try and give you some help.

    i)...
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    to a certain extent this is a "how long is a...

    to a certain extent this is a "how long is a piece of string" question. ie. there's no real right answer.

    What you'll probably end up with it a partition for the root (/) of Fedora and another...
  22. Thread: format

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    I'm not aware of any linux that is happy to live...

    I'm not aware of any linux that is happy to live on a microsoft filesystem (FAT or NTFS).

    You would need a ext2 or ext3 or reiserfs partition along with a swap partition. As you don't want to do...
  23. Thread: hi I'm new!

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    welcome to the forum. have fun Nerderello ...

    welcome to the forum.

    have fun

    Nerderello

    (a little older than 13 :-)
    (how much older than 13? Let's just say that when I was 13, the Americans were still sending people to the moon)
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    not sure if this has anything to do with your...

    not sure if this has anything to do with your problem, but have a look at your .ICEauthority file in your home folder (ls .ICEauthority -alF). Make sure that it is owned by your normal user and not...
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    you normally get a .profile or a .bashrc file...

    you normally get a .profile or a .bashrc file that sets this for you. Being a dot file (ie. name starting with a fullstop) they're hidden (invisible).

    So use a ls -alF or click on the view hidden...
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