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  1. Thread: Chkconfig

    by funnyjedi
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    Chkconfig

    I did a search and could not find anything on this, not sure if I used the right keywords. I would like to know how to make a script chkconfig compatible. If there is a tutorial on this somewhere and...
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    If I remember right, the router cannot give them...

    If I remember right, the router cannot give them static IPs unless they upgraded the firmware. Given that, I resorted to giving the computers in my network very high static IP addresses (like...
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    Look at the /etc/man.config file. It usually...

    Look at the /etc/man.config file. It usually lists the path under which man looks for its pages. Also when I install in /usr/local/package, I make a symbolic link from /usr/local/package/man/man1/*...
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    Did u export the path variable? You need both...

    Did u export the path variable?
    You need both the lines.

    PATH=/usr/local/ssl/bin/:$PATH
    export PATH

    Also type echo $PATH at the bash prompt and see if /usr/local/ssl/bin is ahead of...
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    I remember that mozilla 1.2 did not have a pop up...

    I remember that mozilla 1.2 did not have a pop up blocker. So an upgrade is a good idea. mozilla 1.4 definitely has it.
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    I am not sure if you are set up to access your...

    I am not sure if you are set up to access your machine. The ssh config files are usually in /etc/ssh/sshd_config. Read man sshd_config before. Hope this helps
  7. Have you looked at rsync Does all that itself

    Have you looked at rsync
    Does all that itself
  8. Thread: PDFs?

    by funnyjedi
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    Thanks for the link! I cannot believe it was...

    Thanks for the link!

    I cannot believe it was up there already! :o
  9. Thread: PDFs?

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    script to make printer print to pdf

    ph34r
    I am really curious as to how that is done. Any pointers on where to start?
  10. edit this file /etc/X11/gdm/Sessions/KDE ...

    edit this file
    /etc/X11/gdm/Sessions/KDE

    #!/bin/bash

    exec /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession kde

    Add gkrellm & before the exec line.
    So this is how the new KDE file will look
  11. I think you should be able to do it the same way...

    I think you should be able to do it the same way in KDE on redhat-9.

    Or you can start gkrellm and logout without closing it. By default KDE restarts the old session.
  12. If you are using the default, then you should be...

    If you are using the default, then you should be using GNOME. Try this. Click on Main Menu -> Preferences -> More Preferences -> Sessions. There is a tab for startup programs and you can add...
  13. Just to add to mengle's suggestion on R...

    Just to add to mengle's suggestion on R . I have been using it for the last two years and it is a complete statistics package. It does not have a gui interface, but it is capable of reading data...
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    As a personal choice I prefer one script too. I...

    As a personal choice I prefer one script too. I will try this one since it seems cleaner than using two. Thanks for the tip.

    It works! That is pretty cool. Thanks.
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    I think I have it finally. I used bwkaz's idea of...

    I think I have it finally. I used bwkaz's idea of ps -C gnome-session and jim's idea of exiting when some conditin fails together to give me my cool desktop which changes every 10 minutes! :D

    #!...
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    Thanks for the replies. Unfortunately it still...

    Thanks for the replies. Unfortunately it still does not work. I already had tried cron and it complained about not finding the current display.
    The $PPID was almost there! :mad: But the session...
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    .xinitrc does not seem to work with gnome. :( How...

    .xinitrc does not seem to work with gnome. :( How else does Gnome initialize its startup scripts?
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    Actually I am using the gome session manager to...

    Actually I am using the gome session manager to start the script for me when I login. I will try using the xinitrc file and see what happens.
    Thanks
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    My Script does not die when I logout

    I have a couple of scripts I use to change my desktop background every 10 minutes. setback2

    #!/bin/bash
    number=$RANDOM
    let "number2=number*50/32767"
    image=~/images/$number2.jpg
    echo $image >...
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    How about using vi?

    How about using vi?
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    Mplayer Plugin

    Here's an mplayer plugin for browsers!
    http://mplayerplug-in.sourceforge.net/
    It was cool to watch quicktime trailers on mozilla! :D
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    Brilliant

    Why did I not think of that! :)
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    I think its gtk-devel. It worked for me! :) ...

    I think its gtk-devel. It worked for me! :)

    RPMs of GTK-devel
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    BSOD? :D (have not seen one in a while!) Now...

    BSOD? :D (have not seen one in a while!)
    Now that Nautilus has been disabled, right-clicks have no menus. :confused: Also what do I look for in the man ln pages?
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    Oh Well

    After days of searching and asking I find out that I can get rid of those icons by disabling nautilus at startup. This however lead me to a new problem where I have a blue desktop image. Any ideas...
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