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    Depends on what are the authoritative nameservers...

    Depends on what are the authoritative nameservers for your domain(s).

    When you register a domain to a registrar, you define a couple of authoritative nameservers,
    Then you should add/edit the RRs...
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    How about a recaptcha...

    How about a recaptcha validation?
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    I guess you did a mistake when typing the export...

    I guess you did a mistake when typing the export command that's why your path is looking strange. Just re-type it carefully and start over. Or if you're using csh try:

    setenv PKG_CONFIG_PATH...
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    Since you have installed pkg-config in...

    Since you have installed pkg-config in /usr/local, then you must set your PKG_CONFIG_PATH accordingly before running ./configure:
    export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH
  5. This should work: mutt -s "subject" -a...

    This should work:

    mutt -s "subject" -a weekly.txt person@abc.com < /dev/null
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    If you don't want to lose the existing php...

    If you don't want to lose the existing php settings, you must run ./configure with all the options used at first time as shown from "php -i" plus the "--with-gd" option. I.e.
    ./configure...
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    You can run php -i or use phpinfo() to find...

    You can run
    php -i or use phpinfo() to find out the option used for ./configure and then re-configure php using that option plus the "--with-gd"
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    You can disable ldconfig running at startup by...

    You can disable ldconfig running at startup by commenting out the respective lines in /etc/rc.d/rc.M but I doubt that this is causing your problem. If you use udev take a look at the last post here
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    Perhaps it's /etc/rc.d/rc.wireless that is not...

    Perhaps it's /etc/rc.d/rc.wireless that is not executed at startup. Try to run it manually and if it works this way add it to /etc/rc.d/rc.local
  10. These are just warnings. Run lsmod to see if...

    These are just warnings. Run
    lsmod to see if the module is loaded (it should be since there are no errors) and then check to see if the device was created and symlinked to /dev/modem:
    ls -l...
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    /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 is the script that executes...

    /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 is the script that executes when your box boots. It's supposed to read it's config from /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf (which in your case for some reason it doesn't). Are you sure that...
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    Not in rc.inet1.conf, just in the plain rc.inet1...

    Not in rc.inet1.conf, just in the plain rc.inet1 (without the .conf)
  13. The place must be under /lib/modules/2.6.x (your...

    The place must be under /lib/modules/2.6.x (your kernel version) since it's a .ko module. So you must add those 2 lines in your /etc/modprobe.conf and not in /etc/modules.conf (which is for 2.4.x...
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    You can put your gateway's IP in...

    You can put your gateway's IP in /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 or you can write the whole command in /etc/rc.d/rc.local.
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    You can use map-drive like this: other =...

    You can use map-drive like this:

    other = /dev/hdb3
    label = windows
    map-drive = 0x80
    to = 0x81
    map-drive = 0x81
    to = 0x80
    table = /dev/hdb
    Since my lilo is rather old (22.4.1)...
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    You can have Linux in your primary disk and...

    You can have Linux in your primary disk and Windows is your secondary. To do this you must add the option
    map-drive in your lilo.conf.

    man lilo.conf for details.
  17. I guess you can do it using .htaccess. Create a...

    I guess you can do it using .htaccess. Create a file named .htaccess in your virtual server's docroot with something like this:

    <limit GET>
    deny from all
    allow from 192.168.0.
    allow from...
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    Did you change the serial number after you made...

    Did you change the serial number after you made the changes and before restarting named? This must be done to let named know that you did some changes.

    Regards
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    You can setup your DNS to be authoritative for...

    You can setup your DNS to be authoritative for all the domains you want. Then create a zone file for each domain where you define your DNs (e.g. ns1.domain.com) and the entry for www pointing to your...
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    You can use rename: rename .bmp.jpg .jpg * ...

    You can use rename:

    rename .bmp.jpg .jpg *
    This will rename *.bmp.jpg in *.jpg
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    Try just running "make install" as root.

    Try just running "make install" as root.
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    Use the previous driver...

    Use the previous driver (NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-6111), since the latest driver fixes some problems with the 2.6.9 kernels but does not work with older kernel versions. It also have problems with some...
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    Since swaret is a slackware package use:...

    Since swaret is a slackware package use:
    installpkg swaret.tgz to install it.
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    Did you run "mysql_install_db" to create the...

    Did you run "mysql_install_db" to create the initial db and tables necessary to run mysqld? Also take a look at mysql logs (they must be located at the same dir as your databases...
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    The LoadModule is for dynamic module support. I...

    The LoadModule is for dynamic module support. I don't know how apache is compiled in Madrake.
    Anyway there must be a file httpd installed somewhere. Find it and run ./httpd -l to see what modules...
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