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    [joe@Squidward] ~/temp > mv...

    [joe@Squidward] ~/temp > mv swaret-1.6.2-noarch-1.tgz.tar swaret-1.6.2-noarch-1.tgz
    [joe@Squidward] ~/temp > sudo -s
    [root@Squidward] ~/temp > installpkg swaret-1.6.2-noarch-1.tgz
    Cannot install...
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    I'm not quite a linux newbie, and I consider...

    I'm not quite a linux newbie, and I consider myself fairly knowledgeable in Slack, but I have never been able to get swaret to work. For some reason, the package that's supposed to be .tgz ends up...
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    Sticky: Poll: Re: Best distro for low end laptop?

    For anything old and slow (like my laptop) I'd suggest using a lean distro, like slackware, and an even leaner X (xfce is what I use, or Windowmaker, blackbox, etc)
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    I had that issue for a while with 9.2 with my...

    I had that issue for a while with 9.2 with my on-board via controller. I ended up liberating a pci controller card from my fileserver and the install went flawlessly after that.
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    I have an Old Old Old laptop that I run slack on....

    I have an Old Old Old laptop that I run slack on. I started out with 8.1 and moved around to 10.0 where it runs like a dream. I moved up to 10.1 for about a week, but the performance wasn't what I...
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    the rsync -avz --delete will go in and basically...

    the rsync -avz --delete will go in and basically mirror the directories of the folder you're backing up. It replaces older files with newer ones, writes missing files to the backup server, and the...
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    I really like the idea behind RAID, but I'm anal...

    I really like the idea behind RAID, but I'm anal about backups. I usually use rsync to back up multiple boxes to one central location. I don't allow remote login of root to my boxes, so I set up a...
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    I may be confused, but I can't see why /dev/hda6...

    I may be confused, but I can't see why /dev/hda6 would be mounted eight times under eight different locations.

    I run SuSE 9.2 pro, so I'll stick my fstab in here just as a comparison. With any...
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    Sticky: I started coding in Python and was complaining to...

    I started coding in Python and was complaining to a friend that Winblows made testing software a pain in the butt and I was considering moving on to a different language. He talked me into trying...
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    I tried to help a friend by sending him a copy of...

    I tried to help a friend by sending him a copy of the EICAR test string. I use one of my computers as dual-boot, and run Avast. I can't even write the EICAR string and save it because Avast locks...
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    Sticky: Poll: I really use a few different distros for a few...

    I really use a few different distros for a few reasons.

    Any server setup, with the exception of my NFS/Game server, I use FreeBSD 4.10. Fast, stable, secure, kind of a "set it and forget it" type...
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    Have you considered using rsync? I've been using...

    Have you considered using rsync? I've been using that for years on multiple servers and haven't had a problem with it yet. It's quite simple, straight forward, and able to use ssh and rsh transfers...
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