19/07/2018 15:30
Hi, I thought I'd upgrade my Mozilla browser from Debian woody version (1.?) tothe testing version (1.5-3).
apt-get ran, and seems happy, but when I try to run mozilla, I get nothingbut some disk activity. No errors, no nothing.
I apt-get removed mozilla mozilla-browser mozilla-mailnews and reinstalled,but it still doesn't work.
How do I attack this? TIA - Icebiker

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19/07/2018 9:30
Ok, so the sound system works again, but I can only have one 'source'playing at a time. This is a bit of a bind when, for instance,listening to internet radio and trying to use Skype.
I've googled a fair bit on this and I think it's the alsa mixer, Idon't really know. The details are here http://www.alsa-project.org/db/?f=4b42197669de148cb1865a6c439e8000345203ec Anyone any ideas?

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18/07/2018 15:30
Hi all How can i capture screen? whatever in xwindow or not.
thanksfrom Peter (cmk128@hotmail.com)

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18/07/2018 9:30
I'm running a default suse 10.1 64-bit installation.
I'm trying to use printk statements to help debug my driver, but I can't locate the output.
It isn't appearing on the console and it isn't appearing in /ver/log/messages.
Where is it going? Thanks for any help.
Don

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17/07/2018 15:30
Hi All, Out Sun Solaris has menus for users to run reports and stuff likethat.. I want to add some more reports?? Where do I find them or wherewill it be located, what will be the file name ? TIA.
Mohan

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17/07/2018 9:30
Hi! I use SuSE 9.1 with KDE 3.2.1. After the latest security upgrade I have this very annoying issue: when I type in the URL line of konqueror a tilde (~) in the same moment KDE becomes totally unusable, I can only move the mouse, nothing else works. I have to restart KDE. I use dead keys (easier for accented letters), but this setting worked before this update.
Any suggestions? Marcus

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16/07/2018 15:30
Hans Kiehn <t-legiaw@onlinehome.de> writes: Does it crash after the same number of passes over that line?If yes, you can simply set a breakpoint, and skip it X number of times.
void produce_core_and_continue(){ pid_t child = fork(); if (0 == child){ abort(); } else { waitpid(child, 0, 0); rename(core, core.sav); }} Cheers,

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16/07/2018 9:30
I'm trying to install right now. I did some googling and found that Ineeded the 4.0.4-B version, which I found here: [url]http://www.med.nyu.edu/it/wireless/[/url] I see some peeps in this NG have also had issues. Should I be using VPNC? http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/vpnc/ It didn't seem right. I have a caclulator thingy which gives me a passcode. Also, i did this when I was testing Mandrake 10 and it worked. I just amgetting round to it under SuSE.
According to - [url]http:/.... read more

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15/07/2018 15:30
Hi everyone I'm posting this from Windows because my SuSE 9 KDE 3.1 installation issuddenly unusable. It was running fine yestersay but earlier, for noapparent reason, it froze - locked solid - and the only thing to do was pushand hold the power button to shut down. When I booted back into SuSE, itlocked again after about 3 minutes. Both occasions I was connected to theInternet, running KNode, KMail and a few Konqueror windows (BTW my modemhangs up about 30 seconds after the machine freezes).... read more

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15/07/2018 9:30
I've worked with Perl in Windows, but recently converted my home machine to Linux. I installed both Perl and DBD-mysql, but I find that DBD-mysql is in a directory not in the Perl search path (@INC). How might I go about adding this directory permanently to the search path? Is there a configuration file where this environment variable is set? Thanks, Mark Harris

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14/07/2018 15:30
I have just installed 2007 and gettting this message repeatedly atboot-up and when starting various programs, such as Konqueror, Kmail,etc. The programs appear to work properly. I understand this hassomething to do with file extensions linking with various applications.
What should I do to stop this message ? TIA

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14/07/2018 9:30
hello all,i have the following problem;i have a fedora redhat 3 server with dual onboard nic. eth0 and eth1.
eth0 is the default and i can not figure out a way to get the kernel torecognize eth1 as a hot spare should eth0 fail.
is there someone who can give me some hints on linux ip binding, loadbalancing, or whatever other method that can be employed to solve thisproblem.
thanks,ervin.

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13/07/2018 15:30
Hopefully, 2009.1 One will be available in 32-bit and 64-bit with a choice of either KDE or Gnome.

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13/07/2018 9:30
I am using electric fence 2.1.13 to try to find a memory allocationproblem that occurs after my application runs for about 3 hours. WhenI link to the electric fence library, I get ElectricFence Exiting: mprotect() failed: Cannot allocate memory during initialization.
Could this be the source of the error that takes 3 hours to occur? Iwonder because all I see at this point is a 12 byte malloc.
According to a comment in efence.c, On some systems it will benecessary to increase the amount of swa.... read more

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12/07/2018 15:30
I was wondering if anyone has had any luck in upgrading from an older version of SuSe linux? I'm running version 7.3 and would like to upgrade to 8.2 if possible. I'm having no luck with the unfriendly SuSe linux web site.
I have a DSL connection to the web so getting at the files is no problem.
thanks, LT

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