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    You can paste them in, no problem. Here is how my...

    You can paste them in, no problem. Here is how my printer is shared in smb.conf:


    # Printer settings
    load printers = yes
    printing = cups
    printcap name = cups


    and in the shares...
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    I remember one of the first times I actually knew...

    I remember one of the first times I actually knew an answer and posted a fix. He mis-read my post as yet another request for the same problem and gave me a quick burst of where to go and what to do....
  3. Thread: mdk woes

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    yes I burned my own and used the checksums. The...

    yes I burned my own and used the checksums. The 32bit CD s have been used on a couple of computers already. The 64 bit one has since worked on another computer.

    I think I was just unlucky to come...
  4. Thread: mdk woes

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    mdk woes

    Last week I tried to install mdk2005 on a celeron laptop. The install seemed ok, but on rebooting there was a (bogus?) fsck error that prevented the system from starting. The problem occurred on a...
  5. Thread: fsck signal 11

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    kind of solution

    Ok this is what I did.

    I dumped mandrake and installed ubuntu. From a single CD I could go away and do something and come back to a nicely (network-) installed system without having to change...
  6. Thread: fsck signal 11

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    fsck signal 11

    I am trying to install mandrake 2005 (10.2) on a celeron mobile laptop with 40G HD. The install proceeds as normal, but upon rebooting I get:

    Modules linked in: ehci-hcd ohci-hcd usbcore ext3 jbd...
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    thanks, but still a slight problem

    Just in time! Today I had a kid with 40 copies of open office, and another with 18 mozillas. The whole room ground to a halt!

    I called your script from a toolbar icon, but the app launches...
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    icewm wait cursor?

    Is there a way to get a wait cursor into icewm?

    I have it running on ltsp terminals, and users keep clicking until something happens, which means they get 3 blank documents of open office and a...
  9. Thread: Wide-range samba

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    why dont you use wsftp? you could set it up to...

    why dont you use wsftp? you could set it up to default to the right directories at both ends and to remember the passwd. its not quite drag and drop, but you just click the transfer button instead.
    ...
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    I have a similar problem, needing to mount a...

    I have a similar problem, needing to mount a remote w2k share on a linux terminal server. I tried the gid option mentioned in cowanrl's link, but it still doesn't work.
    I need my terminal users to...
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    LTSP is very good - you don't even need a HD in...

    LTSP is very good - you don't even need a HD in the terminal. I have a couple of p133s running icewm simultaneously off a 2G celeron with 0.5 G of RAM. They run sooo much faster than when they ran...
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    Sticky: mdwatts, what's the meaning of this last post?...

    mdwatts,

    what's the meaning of this last post?

    I posted a fix, not a question
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    Sticky: The menu drake fix has worked a few times for me,...

    The menu drake fix has worked a few times for me, but not this time.

    update-menus didn't work either - gave an error message about "expected =" in gtk-gnutella

    so I went to usr/lib/menu and...
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    Thanks for the help its there in...

    Thanks for the help

    its there in commonhttpd.conf, which is included from httpd.conf


    yep it's there with owner apache, and its 755

    any more ideas?
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    If you find out, please tell me. I have the same...

    If you find out, please tell me. I have the same problem.
    I used to run a webmail script without any problem, but following a hacking, I redid the server and I just can't get a guestbook script to...
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