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    Afraid to ask, but did you follow this?...

    Afraid to ask, but did you follow this? http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Beginners_Guide
    Works for me all the time
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    New tab in xfce4 terminal and run there

    Goodafternoon,

    I would like to make a bash-script which I will start in xfce4 terminal which will:
    - open a new tab
    - continue to execute in that newly created tab, or, start another script...
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    No answers just yet. Let me recap the question: ...

    No answers just yet. Let me recap the question:
    - you have a SERVER running Ubuntu-Desktop (comes with X installed)
    - you have WORKSTATIONS running ubuntu-Server (comes without graphical...
  4. It's all defence, why not attack:...

    It's all defence, why not attack: http://www.ex-parrot.com/~pete/upside-down-ternet.html
  5. I'm afraid you're referrring to "/etc/inittab"....

    I'm afraid you're referrring to "/etc/inittab". Do not edit this unless you know what you are doing! Normally it aint broke, so do not start "fixing" it.
    When you want to see what the boot-process...
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    Nice, I did not know that "wx" command before....

    Nice, I did not know that "wx" command before. Just "pacman -S wx" I persume?
  7. Thread: Kylix

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    I'm an atheist, but I know what happens next:...

    I'm an atheist, but I know what happens next:
    http://www.linux.org/apps/reviews/lazarus.html
    http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/index.php
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    Were you able/allowed to throw windows off or did...

    Were you able/allowed to throw windows off or did you have to make it "dual-boot"?
    And the green hills are to confuse your co-workers (ah: green hills, that's XP ;) )
  9. Thread: Snow!!!

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    Yeah, I know you've got snow. It was on our news...

    Yeah, I know you've got snow. It was on our news (in europe) this morning. No white christmas for me her in the Netherlands. I'll go look for it in a few weeks in Austria.
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    It's the price we gotta pay: quality is boring....

    It's the price we gotta pay: quality is boring. We started with linux for the challange...
    So: did you try all the BSD's out there? Yeah? then it is time for OpenSolaris for you!
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    vector as virualboxClient

    I've installed vector-linux as client on my virtualbox 1.5.4. I reconned that vector as ideal distro for modest hardware, it must be ideal as virtual client as well.

    Using VASM I configured my...
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    is that for USA-insiders only? Agree, that's the...

    is that for USA-insiders only?
    Agree, that's the best qualification.
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    Funny? Complement? Theft?

    Recently I got my new lease-laptop with (guess what) vista installed. My 1st impression: XP looking smoother, okay. A lot of features are stol... eh copied from OS/X, that common knowledge (they took...
  14. Thread: forwarding X

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    The "IP-of-other-machine" must run XDM/GDM/KDM...

    The "IP-of-other-machine" must run XDM/GDM/KDM and listen to the XDMCP requests.
    http://www.linuxjunkies.org/html/XDMCP-HOWTO.html
    http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/tutorials/3165/4/

    You...
  15. Good. I was about to advice NetBSD. But you make...

    Good. I was about to advice NetBSD. But you make progress with debian. Good.
  16. Thread: Intel vs. AMD

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    For java specific you'll need fast RAM and L2...

    For java specific you'll need fast RAM and L2 cache. You have a large JVM in memory containing all kind of objects swapping in- and out the CPU via L2 cache. So focus/invest in RAM (quantity and...
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    It depends on - how the aix-box is set up -...

    It depends on
    - how the aix-box is set up
    - what do you want

    If the aix-box is set up to listen to XDCMP just go to a console (tty2 or so) and type "X -query ip-of-aix -once :1"
    Your...
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    Try this ssh -X -Y root@localhost. I'm fairly...

    Try this
    ssh -X -Y root@localhost. I'm fairly sure that graphical apps will run now.
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    This story...

    This story http://hedera.linuxnews.pl/_news/2002/09/03/_long/1445.html is very old. I do not know if it is still valid, but it is sooo cool: swapping to your videocard memory. Great for disk-less...
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    According to this...

    According to this http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/performance-tuning-for-linux-swap-partition.html and this http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Partition/setting_up_swap.html you must give the 2 partitions (on...
  21. Never realized that. New PC's do not come with...

    Never realized that. New PC's do not come with floppy drives any more, so your "good old" MS-dos flop containing FDISK.exe cannot do the job anymore...

    I've got an gparted-live cd lying around....
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    My linux playing a host:...

    My linux playing a host:
    http://arch-forum.nl/img/gallery/15_1184006676.png

    You see arch on my laptop (icewm) hosting OS2 by means of VNCplayer and hosting debian by means of VMWareplayer.

    ...
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    Check you RAM-type. If it's rambus it only works...

    Check you RAM-type. If it's rambus it only works in pairs. An odd number of memory banks will never work.
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    Do not have the solution, but I think the problem...

    Do not have the solution, but I think the problem is:
    on windows you have
    - putty (ssh capable)
    - cygwin (X server)

    No sure, but try to connect to linux first using plain-old-unsecure...
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    "uname -a" works for all (BSD/Solaris/AIX...

    "uname -a" works for all (BSD/Solaris/AIX whatever) as well. 1-to-remember.
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