Before I performed my most recent fedora update I transfer a 5.4 GB file
to another machine.
Now I am ready to transfer it back and it is failing. Has anyone else
ran into this problem. IS there some new file transfer limit?
--------- scp complains about a corrupted MAC address ------------------
[williams@matrix ade]$ scp 192.168.1.102:ade/myADE.tgz .
myADE.tgz 7% 438MB 3.9MB/s 21:34 ETADisconnecting: Corrupted MAC on input.
------------ ftp only transfer about half of the file -------------
ftp> get myADE.tgz
local: myADE.tgz remote: myADE.tgz
227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,1,102,181,84)
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for myADE.tgz (5817483710
myADE.tgz: short write
426 Data connection: Connection reset by peer.
2147483192 bytes received in 2.1e+02 seconds (9.9e+03 Kbytes/s)
Ernest L. Williams Jr. <ernesto(a)ornl.gov>
Marcus White wrote:
fedora-list is a better place for this thread.
> I'll step down off my soapbox now... But there is the "RHL Professional
> Workstation" version.
I have found more information about RHPW, rh web is very poor about it.
Here some details about the upcoming Red Hat Professional Workstation
Available exclusively through Retail and Corporate Resellers
Red Hat Professional Workstation is the complete suite of tools for
the power desktop user. Based on the leading enterprise Linux operating
system, Professional Workstation provides a complete office suite,
Internet productivity tools, and web server solution for connected,
secure desktop use at home or the office.
Includes support for Intel x86 systems with up to 2 CPUs.
* Includes the Applications and Services Power Desktop Users Demand
* Keep your desktop secure and up to date with the 1 year of Red Hat
Network with 1 year of Update module.
Red Hat Professional Workstation based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0
(LSB 1.3 compatible) and comes with the innovative Bluecurve interface.
Also included: personal firewall, cryptography, and support for ACLs.
* Ximian evolution - email Client with calendar, PDA connection, task lists
* OpenOffice.org - the complete office package with text processing
* Mozilla - Browser, mail, directory, HTML editor
* Graphics and Multimedia - (GIMP, CD and DVD burn software)
* Samba 3.0 and NFS
* Apache Web server
* CUPS pressure system
* Linux Kernel 2.4.21
* 4 Binary installation CDs
* 3 SOURCE CDs
* 1 documentation CD
* Installation manual (printed and on CD)
* Introduction to the system administration (on CD)
* System administration manual (on CD)
* Reference manual (on CD)
* Safety manual (on CD)
* CD with Java development kits
* 30 days installation support - telephone and web
* One year RHN network update service with errata and updates
it looks like the same, more or less, than RHEL WS, but at 95$.
HTML mails are going to trash automagically
I went to Sun's Java site and installed the rpm for j2re-1.4.2-01-fes
and subsequently ran rpm j2re.......... which appeared to run error
My games in Yahoo/Java still do not work.
Is there another setting to make?
The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him
absolutely no good. -Samuel Johnson, lexicographer (1709-1784)
Sorry if I'm repeating stuff here, but I couldn't find reference to this
error in the mail list archives. I'm running fedora 0.95 with the smp
kernel on a pentium-4 class system. If I log out of gnome and log back
in I get an error with gnome-settings-daemon:
"There was an error starting the GNOME Settings Daemon.
Some things, such as themes, sounds, or background settings may not work
The Settings Daemon restarted too many times.
The last error message was:
Child process did not give an error message, unknown failure occurred
GNOME will still try to restart the Settings Daemon next time you log
Then it fails to load several of my panel applets. This error happens
every time I log out of gnome and log back in. The error goes away if I
reboot the computer, but it reappears if I log out and in again.
Interestingly, I can log out and in if I end the
I have searched Google for an answer to this problem. It seems to be a
common error reported on multiple distros and as near as I can tell, it
is related to the control-panel version, although I apparently already
have the latest version installed.
Any help with this would be appreciated. If I am rehashing an old
discussion, my apologies.
Joe Dell'Orfano <fullgo(a)dellorfano.net>
The site for the Fedora bittorrents, http://torrent.dulug.duke.edu, seems to
be down at the moment and has been for a while.
Are there torrents available elsewhere? Will this (very useful service) be
available again for the Fedora release on Monday?
When a new user is added to the system, by default they get the Bluecurve
theme. How is this default changed to another theme?
I've tried the following files, which seemed pertinent, but they didn't do the
Where is it hiding? :)
Does anyone have a summary of what laptop power saving type features are
expected to work on Fedora Core? For example echo N > /proc/acpi/procesor/
performance doesn't seem to adjust the clock speed.
Any comments on laptop things would be helpful. By and larger I am very
happy with Fedora on my Dell Inspiron 600M.
Thanks to all who responded to my original post. I'm closer to being able
to print now. I can print from my server, and I can see the queues from
my laptop, but when I try to print from a test page from the CUPS web
interface on the laptop, I get an error reported on the web page that says
"Unable to connect to IPP host: Success" and nothing prints. Here is what
shows if I do a tac /var/log/messages:
Oct 31 19:43:54 nec cups-lpd: Unable to get command line from
Oct 31 19:43:54 nec cups-lpd: Unable to get client address -
endpoint is not connected
Oct 31 19:39:46 nec ntpd: synchronisation lost
Oct 31 19:39:46 nec ntpd: time reset 1.397154 s
Oct 31 19:38:13 nec cups-lpd: Closing connection
Oct 31 19:38:13 nec cups-lpd: Unable to print file -
Oct 31 19:38:13 nec cups-lpd: Receive print job for HP841C_SHARED
Oct 31 19:38:13 nec cups-lpd: Connection from 192.168.0.2
Oct 31 19:35:41 nec cups-lpd: Closing connection
Oct 31 19:35:41 nec cups-lpd: Send queue state (long) for
Oct 31 19:35:41 nec cups-lpd: Connection from 192.168.0.2
Any suggestions about what I need to do to get this printing working? My
original post is below, including my configuration.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sat, 25 Oct 2003 11:29:54 -0400 (EDT)
From: Bill Johnson <Bill(a)johnsonacres.com>
Subject: CUPS nightmare
I have a home network configured as follows:
Server - running Fedora Core .95 beta.
Laptop - running Redhat 8.0
Connected via Netgear RP114(?) web safe router
Printer is HP841C connected to Server via usb
Printing from laptop worked fine under previous config (Redhat 7.3 was on
previously on server, and printing was via lpd), but I cannot get printing
to work from laptop now.
Cups is installed on server and printer works fine when printing from
Printer has been configured on laptop every possible way, but will not
print. Have read google posts, howtos, and cups docs for 2 days, but
nmap shows port 631 on server, but DOES NOT show it on laptop. Firewalls
are completely off on both laptop and server.
Question 1 - Are there issues with doing this in fedora? Am I hitting
some known problem with the beta?
Question 2 - Can I just abandon CUPS and use the old lpd? It worked
perfectly for me, and was not difficult to configure. I can't seem to
find it on the new distro. Is it not provided with fedora?
Question 3 - Is the NETGEAR router a possible problem? Could it be
blocking visibility to port 631? Any suggestions about that if so?
Question 4 - Is there anybody on this list who has managed to get a
similar printing scenario up and running?
Thanks in advance for the help. Getting a printer to work should not be
this difficult. I must be doing something terribly wrong, but can't
figure it out. Obviously, if I can't print with fedora, I can't use
fedora, so I must resolve this.
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