Could somebody please help? I am desperate.
I upgraded from RH9 to Fedora days ago, since then, I can't read any
chinese, mozilla crashes on chinese website or sometimes even by only typing
"w", "x" in the address field, when open a chinese file, nothing is readable
in it. I changed the locale to chinese, then when I restart X-window, all
the letters(including english letters) become small rectangles, I don't know
much about changing locale, it took me a while to find the configuation file
and delete it.
Could somebody please help? many many thanks.
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always singing on MSN Radio Plus. Try one month free!
I've been having numerous problems with evolutions mail filters, and I
was wondering if anyone else has had any problems with them.
A couple of examples. I post to large mailing lists often, and so I get
a lot of returned mail sometimes. I setup a filter to put returned mail
in a folder named return mail. The filter is setup like this:
if any criteria are met:
Sender -> sounds like -> MAILER-DAEMON
Subject -> contains -> delivery failure
Subject -> contains -> undeliverable
Subject -> contains -> delivery status notification
Move to Folder -> Returned Mail
Seems simple enough right? It works like a charm except all mail from
Dave Jones (davej(a)redhat.com) ends up in Returned Mail. This despite
the fact the mail is coming from different mailing lists all of which
rules are above returned mail in the filters list. This is very strange
because I get hundreds of messages a day and his e-mails are the only
ones that do it. There is nothing remotely like MAILER-DAEMON in his
mail headers so this is odd.
Another problem is duplicating messages. For example, I subscribe to
the Linux Kernel Mailing list. I have two filters for it, one that just
moves all mail with the Mailing-List header linux-kernel to a
linux-kernel folder. I filter certain people to a folder called trusted
(for instance messages from Linus and Andrew so I can see when new test
kernels are released). Evolution thinks its funny, to often times not
put people's messages who should be going into trusted into linux-kernel
(the trusted rule is above linux-kernel in the filter list), and not
only this but sometime it copies the persons message into BOTH folders,
and I've checked and rechecked and even gone over my filters.xml with a
fine tooth comb, there are no logic errors in the filtering setup, so
these have to be evolution bugs, right?
I want to make sure these are bugs in evolution and not my own logic
before I put anything on Bugzilla. Any thoughts?
>After some thought and discussion, I've come to the following
>Since Fedora does not include Java for licensing reasons, all Red
>Hat-built OpenOffice.org RPMs for Fedora will NOT include Java support,
>and will NOT be built with Java enabled. It's not good form to supply
>an RPM that cannot be built on the platform it is intended for.
>Therefore, when you install Fedora and OOo, anything that requires Java
>will not function.
>However, I will attempt to keep a "Java-enable" switch in the specfile
>that will allow Java-enabled building on Fedora, provided you have a
>JRE/JDK installed. I will attempt to keep Java-enabled building
>up-to-date and functional.
>In the future, I hope OOo will compile using gcj or other free Java
>environments. This is something we'll be working towards, and other
>shave this same goal in mind (Debian). When gcj is able to compile the
>Java bits of OOo, the Fedora RPMs will include those patches. Its
>to mean some work though.
>So in summary, I'm not going to build Java-enabled RPMs of OOo for the
>time being. But if you'd like them, I'm happy to keep it possible (and
>will try to keep it building out-of-the-box with a specfile switch).
>anyone would like to help out in getting OOo to work with gcj or other
>free Java environments, by all means contact me and I'll try to point
>you in the right direction.
Could you also move the -mcpu override's in solenv/inc/ into the spec
file using a variable?
michaelkjohnson wrote in oct:
"the ACL patches no longer destabilize the system under load; we finally
found and fixed that bug while working on RHEL3...ACLs will certainly be
can we can wait an updated kernel package for FC1 or a development
package for FC2 in the near future?
Levente "Si vis pacem para bellum!"
Since development (formally rawhide) seems to be moving along and I have a
system that I do not mind trashing (if necessary), I thought I would try and
access development from up2date. I edited /etc/sysconfig/rhn/sources and
(all on one line).
When I ran up2date, I selected only the development channel ... up2date
"hung". When I re-ran up2date from the command line, I get lots of traceback
when it goes to access/download the headers.info file.
Should this work? Is it a bug I should report?
kernel 2.6 uses /etc/modprobe.conf
kernel 2.4 uses /etc/modules.conf
I installed kernel 2.6-test9 next to my kernel 2.4.22 (fedora core 1),
but when I boot kernel 2.6 Kudzu won't edit modprobe.conf because
/etc/sysconfig/hwconf hasn't changed.
Isn't it possible to use /etc/sysconfig/hwconf for 2.4.22 and
/sysconf/hwconf26 for kernel2.6, then kudzu can correctly detect
hardware and configure modprobe.conf and modules.conf depending on
what kernel I boot?
After I removed hwconf and booted with kernel 2.6 he configured
modprobe.conf correctly. But still my bttv and audio don't work.
Witch package/programme normally modprobes them?
Kristof Vansant (Belgium)
On Tue, 2003-11-25 at 06:10, Elliott Wilcoxon wrote:
> Is it just me, or does red carpet's use sound an awful lot like
> apt/yum/up2date? Does it offer something that's above and beyond their
> existing feature sets?
A very nice GUI. Much more suitable for the common man for managing
Vennlig hilsen/Best Regards
Nils Olav Selåsdal
w w w . u t e l s y s t e m s . c o m
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It's amazing what a good, strong cup of coffee can do :)
(Note: can sombody please advise me how to submit this to QA? I tried the
bugzilla interface, but because "tripwire" is not listed as an FC1
component, it was rejected.)
Tripwire 2.3.1-18.rhfc1 is now ready, approximately 4 days ahead of
SUMMARY: A system integrity assessment tool.
Tripwire is a very valuable security tool for Linux systems, if it is
installed to a clean system. Tripwire should be installed right after the
OS installation, and before you have connected your system to a network
(before any possibility exists that someone could alter files on your
* Tue Nov 25 2003 Keith G. Robertson-Turner
- Implemented Paul Herman's tw-20030919.patch
- Removed the fhs gcc3 and jbj patches, which are now broken/obsoleted by
- Both the mkstemp and rfc822 patches are still implemented
- Build uses autoconf for now
Note, as the above has not yet passed QA, it should be treated as an
unstable beta, however it WorksForMe®.
Comments/Bug submissions: tripwire-devel at genesis-x.nildram.co.uk
Keith G. Robertson-Turner
tripwire-devel at genesis-x.nildram.co.uk
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So I got this mondo hammer (athlon64) machine, but it has only a SATA
drive. Prior to procuring said machine, I made sure I could find some
sort of statement of support, some vague, for each component. Well poop,
the Fedora Core install process does not recognize the SATA controller,
which is a Silicon Image SiI 3x12. There does not seem to be a "legacy"
emulation option in the bios. The vendor only supplies the driver
compiled into a 2.4.18 binary distro and a promise for inclusion in 2.6.
After much searching I came across:
These drivers claim support for the SiI3x12A controller. Before I go and
try to use them, can someone give me some direction as to how to do so
with the install process. Any other *useful* info would be appreciated.
ssh aron(a)rubinium.org cat /dev/brain | grep ^work:
Aron Rubin Member, Engineering Staff
Lockheed Martin E-Mail: arubin(a)atl.lmco.com
Advanced Technology Laboratories Phone: 856.792.9865
3 Executive Campus Fax: 856.792.9930
Cherry Hill, NJ USA 08002 Web: http://www.atl.lmco.com
New package alsa-lib
The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) library.
* Mon Nov 24 2003 Joe Orton <jorton(a)redhat.com> 0.76.18-1
- update to 0.76.18; build against gtk2
- fix #110693
* Tue Nov 18 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com> 4.4-1
- add options for toggling krb5's use of DNS
* Mon Nov 17 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com>
- rework tui to include winbind options. there wasn't enough room in the old
dialog to include the important options, so the whole thing's been reworked
* Thu Nov 13 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com>
- conflict with older versions of samba which expect different configuration
* Mon Nov 10 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com>
- initial support for configuring winbind
* Tue Oct 28 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com>
- make pam_cracklib requisite instead of required in generated PAM configs
* Mon Nov 24 2003 Jeremy Katz <katzj(a)redhat.com> 0.99.10.4-1
- update to 0.99.10.4
* Mon Oct 06 2003 Jeremy Katz <katzj(a)redhat.com> 0.99.10-7
- another patch from upstream to fix returning invalid data on partial
- patch to avoid confusion of draft/deleted in indexes
* Mon Nov 24 2003 Brent Fox <bfox(a)redhat.com> 1.3.2-1
- make changes for Python2.3
* Sun Nov 23 2003 Brent Fox <bfox(a)redhat.com> 1.3.2-1
- update Requires for system-config name change
- make changes for Python2.3
* Mon Oct 27 2003 Brent Fox <bfox(a)redhat.com> 1.3.1-1
- fix initscript for text mode
* Fri Oct 24 2003 Brent Fox <bfox(a)redhat.com> 1.3.1-1
- bump version
- use CVS head now for Fedora Core 2
- made firstboot-cambridge branch for Fedora Core 1
- first stab at text mode
* Mon Nov 24 2003 Karsten Hopp <karsten(a)redhat.de> 0.9.15-2
- fix array usage (#110791)
* Sun Oct 19 2003 Florian La Roche <Florian.LaRoche(a)redhat.de>
- add a %clean specfile target
* Mon Nov 17 2003 Than Ngo <than(a)redhat.com> 6:3.1.93-0.3
- disable kpersonalizer
- fix konsole desktop file
- get rid of some old workarounds in startkde, speedup startkde
- get rid of theme, it's obsolete in 3.2
- add missing starthere icon
- add missing kde-unknown.directory
* Sun Nov 16 2003 Than Ngo <than(a)redhat.com> 6:3.1.93-0.2
- start-here protocol
- BlueCure Ksplash as default
- fix menu issue in kicker/kcontrol
* Tue Nov 04 2003 Than Ngo <than(a)redhat.com> 6:3.1.93-0.1
- KDE 3.2 Beta 1
- remove many patch files, which are now in upstream
- cleanup many patch files
- cleanup startkde
- cleanup rpm file list
* Mon Nov 24 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com> 1.3.1-7
- fix combination of --with-netlib and --enable-dns
* Tue Nov 18 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com>
- remove libdefault ticket_lifetime option from the default krb5.conf, it is
ignored by libkrb5
* Fri Oct 24 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com> 0.9.7a-25
- add dependency on zlib-devel for the -devel package, which depends on zlib
symbols because we enable zlib for libssl (#102962)
* Fri Oct 24 2003 Phil Knirsch <pknirsch(a)redhat.com> 0.9.7a-24
- Use /dev/urandom instead of PRNG for libica.
- Apply libica-1.3.5 fix for /dev/urandom in icalinux.c
- Use latest ICA engine patch from IBM.
* Sat Oct 04 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com> 0.9.7a-22.1
* Wed Oct 01 2003 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin(a)redhat.com> 0.9.7a-22
- rebuild (22 wasn't actually built, fun eh?)
* Mon Nov 24 2003 Mihai Ibanescu <misa(a)redhat.com> 2.3.2-6
- added a Provides: python-abi
* Fri Nov 14 2003 Than Ngo <than(a)redhat.com> 1:3.2.3-0.1
- 3.2.3 release
* Mon Nov 24 2003 Brent Fox <bfox(a)redhat.com> 1.2.6-1
- remove Red Hat reference in the window title