If I install Fedora 1 (i386*) on my Opteron, can I then yum (or
manually rpm) all the development x86_64 rpms in for 64 bit
support? I'm having trouble booting the development boot.isos, and
this machine lacks a nice floppy drive.
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I've now been using Evolution for about a couple of weeks, but
two things that I miss from other mailers (and can't seem to find
1) The ability to define the priority of my messages. In other mailers,
I can select to send a message (if urgent) with *high*
priority, instead of the default.
2) Mark text in a message, and have *only* that text show as
quoted in a reply. As it stands, I have to select "reply", *then*
edit the message.
Otherwise, I like Evolution. (I haven't used the calendar or
appointments yet, though).
"You only live once: let's make life BETTER for each other."
LINUX User #193975 [AMD ATHLON CPU] ICQ #149608718.Public
I'm trying to set up sendmail so I can receive e-mail directly, in
addition to using my isp supplied e-mail.
My biggest concern is that I don't want people on the internet to be
able to use my smtp server as a means to send mail to people with the
result making it look like it me... I think that's called "relaying"...
Anyway... can anybody recommend any good books on setting up sendmail?
----- Original Message -----
From: Jason Malone
Sent: 12/10/2003 2:37:22 PM
Subject: Re: Re: how bleeding edge will the next fedora release be?
> Nope. You could always buy RedHat.
What's the middle step up, though? I see there's a pro desktop or something or rather at my local Best Buy, but it doesn't seem to include server utils and won't be supported in the future (as far as I know). So why would I buy it? I really don't want to go RHEL route and spend hundreds of dollars every years when I'm not an enterprise user.
As I see it, there is no clear path for a developer on a budget other than to use Fedora. That's why I hope Fedora remains relatively stable.
I'm using Gnome in FC1 on a Inspiron 8100 laptop.
1.) Is there any way to turn off the "tap to click" option on my
2.) I know that Alt-F1 brings up the Main Menu. However I'm wondering
if I can re-map the keyboard shortcut to use the Start button. I tried
to change it in the Keyboard Shortcuts, but it doesn't seem to allow
just the use of the Start button. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
(I apologize if this gets sent out twice... I tried to post this to the
list from an address which was not subscribed to the list.)
I just tried compiling kernel-module-alsa with my custom-compiled
2.4.22-2129 kernel. Compilation went fine, but I am not able to load the
# modprobe snd-intel8x0
Sound chipset is an onboard nForce2. nvaudio module from nVidia works,
but gives me jerky sound on Flash plugin, so I was willing to try ALSA
to see if things improve.
I've read in a couple of places that I should create an empty file on
the include/linux dir and recompile the modules, but it did not work
Anyone out there successfully using ALSA intel8x0 module with Fedora
PS: alsa-driver is the latest version (1.0.0rc2)
Andre Oliveira da Costa
guys.. hope someone can point me in the right direction here..
I have a rh9 server co-located at my isp.. I want to export the web
root.. I have:
/var/www/ <my ip>/255.255.255.0(no_root_squash,rw)
when I try to mount that export here I get:
[root@gw mnt]# mount <server ip>:/var/www/ /mnt/www
mount: wmm.legend.co.uk:/var/www/ failed, reason given by server:
in the server logs I have:
Dec 15 02:32:52 wmm rpc.mountd: refused mount request from <my ip> for
/var/www (/): no export entry
so am a bit confused...
I have compared the setup to my home network where my server (host: gw)
is exporting various directories to my dev machine.. and that all works
Since fedora is not brought out in a box, its CD's that we burn don't have
a real face anymore.
Wouldn't it be a good idea if e.g. a pdf-file would be included in the
distro, that contains CDlabels that we could print in order to put them on
the self burned distro CD's??