26/09/2017 9:30
Ulteo Newsletter #1 December, 4th 2006 This is not yet a real newsletter, but this should beconsidered the first issue of the Ulteo Newsletteranyhow...
First of all, we'd like to express a big public thank youto everyone who has showed their support to Ulteo. This hasbeen absolutely awesome! So what has happened for all these months, and why aren'tany Ulteo products available to the public? First of all, remember that the Ulteo project is a mix ofdifferent concepts, which are supposed t.... read more

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25/09/2017 15:30
2009.1 Beta is starting to show up on the mirrors.
http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/2009.1_Beta If you have a spare ~10gig partition I suggest testing on your hardware.
32 bit Alpha 1 worked for me, Alpha 2 would not get past the partition phase.

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25/09/2017 9:30
I am intending to install squirrelmail on my machine. It is a webbasedmailclient. When I try to install I get : error: Failed dependencies: php-gettext is needed by squirrelmail-1.4.5-5.6 php-iconv is needed by squirrelmail-1.4.5-5.6 php-mbstring is needed by squirrelmail-1.4.5-5.6 php-openssl is needed by squirrelmail-1.4.5-5.6 Obviously I have added the repo's.
/update/10.0/rpm/noarch/ is the one containing squirrelmail.rpm on 10.0.
Somehow I don't think .... read more

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24/09/2017 15:30
My laptop has builtin USB 1.1 ports, so I purchased a Nucam (NEC Chipsetupd9210fgc-7ea) USB 2.0 Cardbus 4-port PCMCIA card. It works fine whenbooted under Windoze.
Under Linux, cardmgr says: cardmgr[876] unsupported card in socket 1cardmgr[876] no product info availablecardmgr[876] PCI id: 0x1033, 0x0035.
cardctl status shows the card there.
lspci shows new PCI entries for the card.
Plugging devices into the card accomplishes nothing. It does not seem fullyalive as a USB device. Those same.... read more

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24/09/2017 9:30
There is information about downloading Mandriva Linux via Bittorrentat this URL: http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/Bittorrent Here is a quote from the webpage: It is a very efficient way to transfer large files which a largegroup of people all want to access at roughly the same time.

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23/09/2017 15:30
Hi, Am trying to resolve the following issue. I bought a used Netopia 4652 router, no info about its setting came with it. In order to reconfigure the router (or reset it to factory defaults) I need to telnet into it. However, router's previous internal IP address is not known and, hence, the problem. I tried 192.168.1.1 but it did not work.
Is there a way to determine an internal IP address that was previously used by the router? Thanks

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23/09/2017 9:30
I am writing a NAT like module in the kernel which modifies the TCPheader in the sk_buff and recalculates the TCP checksum. This is donein the NF_IP_LOCAL_OUT netfilter hook.
When the packet leaves the host, I can verify using tcpdump that thechecksum is correct. But when it reaches the destination the checksumappears to have changed and is incorrect. I have walked through thecode many times but am completely stumped by the problem. I have addeda hook in NF_IP_POST_ROUTING for debugging the che.... read more

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22/09/2017 15:30
I am running Mandriva 2007.1 on a laptop. Evertime the lid is shut andopened, kdesktop_lock --force is running which forces me to enter mypassword. I DO NOT want this. HOw do I stop it from doing this to me?(Mandriva's nannying really gets annoying at times).
( I can still go to a console so that is how I determined what wasrunning.)

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22/09/2017 9:30
Actually, it's a known issue, if anyone could help me out with resolutionimplimentation, it'd be extremely appreciated.
http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=61904 Thanks, Dave

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21/09/2017 15:30
Hello,I am planning on putting a few tutorials online, specifically about how toinstall and configure certain applications on a Gentoo Linux system.
I just threw together this NTP tutorial today, and would really appreciateany comments, suggestions, and corrections to this document.
You can find the tutorial here: http://drtebi.com/docs/Installing_NTP.pxml I am a little uncertain about the very last part, if it is correct toadd ntp-client _and_ ntpd to your default runtime if using ndpd.
Any .... read more

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21/09/2017 9:30
Hello, I have a problem with playing music. When I play music with xmms or anyother player the sound is often very laggy or sticky, especially when cpuhas something to do. The same problem occurs with both alsa and oss. Theproblem occurs when eg. extracting big tarballs.
And what does the buffersize and prebuffer in xmms's options? What should I do to get my music sound normal? I hope someone could help me.
-- Pingvin

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20/09/2017 15:30
I am trying to log all instances of --state NEW packets on our interface to the Internet, and am occasionally getting some UDP packets that match the logging criteria from DNS nameservers: Resolved_Address Packets Bytes Protocol(s) Dest.Port148.78.249.202.starband.com 1 190 UDP 45236ns1.eburg.com 1 256 UDP 45241ns1-mar.starband.com 1 124 UDP 45271 Is there any reason why a nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf would be sen.... read more

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20/09/2017 9:30
I am trying to get name based virtual hosting going for apache2/gentoo, but I only get served the default apache index page.
Added complications: I have to use a different port since I am on a home Cox account. My www.dyndns.com points pix.isa-geek.com:81 to my external Dynamic IP Address. I have URL redirection to this address (shadowed) for pix.dontexist.com as well. I am behind a linksys router with port 81 open and forwarded to my server (192.168.1.104).
For apache I have: Apache runs a.... read more

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19/09/2017 15:30
I know that the FTDI FT232RL chip can go as 921600 baud, it works under windows hyperterm at that speed. GTKterm only offers up to 115200 baud when connected to this part. Is this a driver issue, or is the problem in GTKterm itself? If it's NOT a driver issue I'm tempted to look for the source for GTKterm and see if I can ramp up the baud rate selections.

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19/09/2017 9:30
I want to build a new quiet computer with the following components andlinux on this pc. Suggestions welcome.
Antec Sonata with magic fleece. caseShuttle AN50R motherboardSapphire Ati 7500 or 9200? graphic cardSamsung sp1614c spinpoint 80 (0.8 sone). disk drivePlextor px-116a color black case is black to. dvd romPlextor premium color black. cdrw I heard problems with the nvidia nforce 3 motherboard chipset andlinux. More problems then via K8T800? And the combination of nforce 3and a ati graphic.... read more

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