With Love B.A p Raman Original message From:Rahul Sundaram< sundaram(a)fedoraproject.org >Date: 13 Aug 09 10:36:56Subject:Re: [fedoraindia] Installing bin86To: fedoraindia(a)redhat.comOn 08/13/2009 10:29 AM, sankarshan wrote: > On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 10:19 AM, sankarshan wrote: >> On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 8:42 AM, Ankur Sinha wrote: >> >>> I haven't been able to find it in the repos or the pkgdb. >> >> There is. however, dev86.i586 : A real mode 80x86 assembler and linker >> if it helps. >> Thanks to Rahul and Kushal for pointing out that I had no idea what I > was talking about :) >> Or, in other words, short of downloading bin86 from the source (or, > perhaps packaging and, maintaining it) you won't get it in Fedora. >> Sorry about the noise.bin86 has been obsoleted by dev86 in all distributions. So it might actually be might be what you want. If you really really want the old binary, building one shouldn't take a long time. Let me know if that is the case.Rahul Fedoraindia ma
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With Love B.A p Raman Original message From:Ritesh Sinha< sinha.k.ritesh(a)gmail.com >Date: 14 Aug 09 18:56:38Subject:Re: [fedoraindia] unable to set the virtual host in fedoraTo: fedoraindia(a)redhat.comOn Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 6:03 PM, tarun gupta wrote: > know every thing about swine flu like history,symptoms,control centres etc > at one place http://swineflu.7shot.comVirtual hosts being affected by H1N1? Boy, the virus mutates fast!> On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 2:14 PM, malathi selvaraj> wrote: >> >> unable to set the virutal host in fedora >> >> i change those two files >> 1/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.con >> 1./etc/hosts >> even those i am unable to get that. >> >> >> Regards, >> S.Malathi. >> >> >> >> Fedoraindia mailing list >> Fedoraindia(a)redhat.com >> https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedoraindia > > > > Fedoraindia mailing list > Fedoraindia(a)redhat.com > https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedoraindia > Fedoraindia mailing list Fedoraindia(a)redhat.com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedoraindia Dear Fedoraambassadorslist ! Get Yourself a cool, short @in.com Email ID now!
Just a quick email regarding 2 issues I have (one personal and one that do
concerns the project more directly), ill begin with the 2nd one, as all of
you know ive been trying to get my campus to be "bluer" (the campus color
scheme is blue and fedora is aswell, lol) tough all I have been allowed to
do was organize a linux install fest with another open source (ubuntu and
devian fan) supporter, any ideas on how to "sell" the idea of fedora to my
also, fedora says my hdd is failing marking a defective sector of old age,
does this mean my hdd will eventually die? if so how can i clone my entire
fedora installation to a new one??
Hello to all again,
Time i have some questions about Mentor program, my mentor is Rodrigo
I'm planning a event on Paraguay, specifically on Pedro Juan Caballero.
marcialarce is getting the place and some sponsors there right now, and i'm
( tekorei ) doing the planifications ( Ambassadors Speakers, activity's to
do on the day, getting other sponsors from my local community and others )
I'm also asking for some pointers with Esteban Baez, so we can benefit from
If i get enough sponsor we can pay it all, my doubt is what Mentor should i
talk to so he can give as some help. In and early notification mail, i read
about tatica being the sponsor for Latin America, should i ask her?
Also, how can i get some dvds and cds of fedora 11? i have to sign in some
My sincerest regards.
I passed John Rose (inode0) the necessary information for shipping
items to the Red Hat Summit. If anyone else needs that information,
let me or John know. You will need to send me the tracking
information for your package so I can have the organizers ensure it
all makes it to the right place. Thanks!
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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What is the point in removing his request?
Are you getting bulk requests?
He just request few weeks ago.
Who want to re-apply?
you should send him mail before removing his request.
Btw, I know about his contribution valuable than out side mentors, as he is
from my region.
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Date: Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 5:54 PM
Subject: Fwd: Ambassador Group (කෙලලා)
To: Danishka Navin <danishka(a)gmail.com>
මොකදෑ කරන්නෙ ? ටයිම් අවුට් දැ?
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From: JoergSimon <jsimon(a)fedoraproject.org>
Date: Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 2:21 PM
Subject: Ambassador Group
Hi, this is the Fedora Ambassadors Clean Up Message - we had to remove your
request for the Ambassador Group - either you have not fulfilled the Steps
become sponsored in FAS, your sponsor rejected your request, we have not
from your Mentor a "thumbs up" in the given timeperiod or you rejected to
subscribed to the Ambassador Mailing List.
If you want to become active in Ambassadors,
you are welcome to apply again and share your ideas with your regional
However, if you are no longer interested in being a Fedora Ambassadors, that
is ok. Thank you.
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In a Word without Fences and Walls, Who need GATES and WINDOWS ??
http://danishkanavin.blogspot.com (use Sinhala Unicode fonts)
It's my pleasure and honour to announce the F11 Release Events Contest
winners: Kevin Higgins with the Vancouver, WA (USA) release event,
Neville A. Cross with the Managua (NI) release event and, finally,
Truong Anh Tuan with the Hanoi (VN) release event.
For the Fedora 11 release, FAmSCo wanted to give some of the
Ambassadors who organized great release events an opportunity to
attend a FUDCon or a FAD in their region, and to meet more of the
community face to face. As such, we're going to be providing some
sponsorship opportunities to some of the organizers of great Fedora
Our decision was based not only on the quality of the event, that sure
was the base requirement, we also took care of the experience of the
people and the potential they could express in future events and in
the whole project, both in a regional and global perspective.
For several releases now, Fedora Ambassadors have been organizing
release events all over the world, becoming a natural component of our
activity and showing us the maturity of the project. The purpose of
these events is to promote the new release of Fedora, to raise
awareness among local communities, and to educate users and developers
on the most important features of the release.
These release events are low-cost and are therefore easy to scale
worldwide. As a means of encouraging these events, we have
occasionally offered some sort of reward for the best events.
FAmSCo wants to thank all the participants for their amazing job: stay
sure that we will continue to encourage it.
For future Fedora releases, we hope to do the same thing, and to
spread the sponsorship around so that folks all over the world have
opportunities to attend FUDCons. It is a high priority for us that we
continue to grow Fedora Ambassadors all over the world.
We are proud to have such great people on this marvelous team!
On Behalf of FAmSCo
p.s. A special thanks goes to Joerg Simon for his detailed review of
all the events.
Sorry about Hogging.
and Rocking Boats.
This is about helping our fellow Ambassadors out.
Not all Ambassadors have access reliable internet
access, never mind High Speed. Where circumstances
preclude an online purchase.
As a result of, they may just have a CD disc,
if not Fedora N-1.
What I would like to put in place is for those of us,
who may be in s slightly better position.
To enable some of our peers,
to have the current Release and indeed to
make sure that all have the FN+1.
Until they are in a position to help themselves.
Unlike Freemedia where we help the final End-User.
This would be where we help ourselves, but only twice a year.
There is no complete statistics on this.
But it will keep more Ambassadors up with what is happening
If this idea is supported,
I do not have all the wiki coding skills necessary,
and maybe pestering others to help.
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Hello to all my dear ambassadors Friends,
Recently i have been giving seminars/workshops about Migrating from payed
and/or pirated SO to Fedora 11.
One point that i have so much trouble is the configuration of the Modem 3G
ZTE and equivalents, there is so much people willing to change from their
old OS to Fedora 11, but the problem is they need to use this ZTE Modem, i
have manage to configure it on my box, but the final user won't or don't
want so much steps ( Troubles ) to make it work.
Is there some user friendly install of this modem, so people who don't have
advance knowledge can do it them self?
Please, if you manage to help me, know that your help contributed to change
about 50 user from OS ( with financial cost ) to Fedora 11.
Thanks in advance and my sincerest regards.