i am redhat (fedora) fan since red hat linux 8. all works fine, but with the
new fedora core 3 i have got the third hd crash (with data lost) since a few
i dont know how this could happen :-(
could this be the problem? and how can i fix it?
--- Richard Humphrey <rlhumphrey(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Are you running Gnome or KDE? To get my Bluetooth
> working on KDE i compiled
> KDEBluetooth from the kdeextragear site and all
> works well. Not sure about
> On 4/16/05, VB <vboyt(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> > I am running Fedora Core 3 on a Toshiba Portege
> > laptop with built-in bluetooth. I see bluetooth
> > toshiba_acpi as loaded modules but when I try
> > dev', I do not see any devices.
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I am running Gnome. I was thinking of installing
gnome-bluetooth but don't know if this will allow me
to use hcitool or if I would have to do all my
bluetooth related actions through gnome-bluetooth??
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> >>md5sum -c MD5SUM
> >>I've already indicated this once. After successful MD5SUM check - boot
> >>with 'linux ide=nodma' and then do the MediaCheck.)
I think this comment was from Satish about ide=nodma. Why is that
necessary? I've encountered the mediacheck failures similarly for the
first time ever. If the drive operates normally, why do we need nodma
in order to check only disk2 and disk3 of the CD set?
I'm not intending this as disrespectful to anyone; I'm truly curious
about it. Out of the four install images, all four pass the MD5
checksum test, and two out of four pass the mediacheck. On my CD
writer, cdrecord reports that the buffer was always adequately filled
and burnfree protection was never needed. So assuming the integrity of
the media is OK (seems to be, since cdrecord reports no errors and the
CD is readable), I'd suspect a problem with the original ISO image.
Whether you use DMA or not on your drive doesn't seem to have any
bearing on things....else other I/O would have trouble too.
Am I missing something?
I am running Fedora Core 3 on a Toshiba Portege M200
laptop with built-in bluetooth. I see bluetooth and
toshiba_acpi as loaded modules but when I try 'hcitool
dev', I do not see any devices.
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(1) Is it possible to install KDE extragear under Fedora?
If not, will it become possible under FC-4?
(I'm interested in kde-bluetooth.)
(2) Is extragear a separate package to extragear-,
or has the latter replaced the former?
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I know the proccess has been covered to death in this list, but has anyone
taken the time to write a tutorial explaining how to install the ATI
drivers (the ones for Radeon and up) from the ATI website?
http://www.webpageworkshop.co.uk - FREE Web tutorials and references
I went straight from FC1 to FC3 and something ugly has appeared.
(I mention this because it might have appeared in FC2, but I wouldn't
The ghostscript output UGLY! Big clunky-looking font.
Easy to create example: (using yum startup -- any [ba]sh script will do.)
$ enscript -p out.ps -G -C --color --pretty-print=sh /etc/init.d/yum
$ gv out.ps # or whatever GS viewer you use
The above example you can do a perl script (--pretty-print=perl) or
Part of the problem is easy to notice that because there is COLOR in
out.ps the gv display will have some text "backed-up" over preceding
characters. Not so noticeable for those who don't do a lot of
'enscript' of scripts, is that the font is big and clunky and runs off
the right-hand side of the "page".
I do quite a bit of programming in various scripts and sometimes
C/C++, and I have a need to produce nice program listings.
I have used 'enscript' for years; from RH v7.x through FC1 it produced
exactly what I needed. With FC3, it is just unusable for my purposes.
Note that NO FONT is specified, so I am used to getting the default
which is mono-spaced resulting in output that has all characters lined
up as they should be. (No variable-width character adjustment.
Kerning?) I have tried many variations specifying a font to get back
to what I want. If I specify something which produces variable-width
characters, the output is "correct" in that there is no "backed-up"
text due to the color specification; however, this type of font is no
good for program listing purposes.
I have determined that the problem is with ghostscript! (Any utility
I use which displays postscript uses ghostscript.) I can produce my
standard enscript output on my FC3 system at home, take it to my
office and look at it on my RH 7.3 system with gv and it is as I want
it to be.
This problem is significant to me for several reasons, and affects my
intention to upgrade my system at work to FC3.
Help will REALLY be appreciated!
(Including the proper "official" place to post this.)
Bill R. Williams <brwilliams AT chartertn DOT net>
Hi to all:
Some time ago I saw a Linux application capable to read BIOS values,
something like <Register> <Content> . Now i don't remember where andf when
i saw this app, and google can't help me very much.
May be the reference was done here in this list. Anybofy remeber it,
or knows what I am talking about?
As usual, a lot of TIAs
David Ballester Montolio
GNU/Linux user #206389
GNU/Linux - Unices Sysadmin
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