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    I am assuming you are using either CentOS 5 or...

    I am assuming you are using either CentOS 5 or CentOS 6. If so, check your /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts directory for a file named, "ifcfg-lo". If you have this directory, make sure you have the...
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    I would advise you to try amending your routing...

    I would advise you to try amending your routing table. I use this to connect to other networks/vlans.
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    KVM vs VMware?

    Just curious if anyone is using KVM. I work in a RHEL/CentOS shop. We don't really play w/ VMware, but I want to hear more from people that has used both. I am thinking Red Hat will have KVM running...
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    I agree w/ the above poster, Open Office has Base...

    I agree w/ the above poster, Open Office has Base Office which is the counter program to MS Access. Don't forget that there is Libre Office Base as well.
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    Thanks for the heads up. BTW, what type of chip...

    Thanks for the heads up. BTW, what type of chip do you have??? I have a Pentium Dual Core E6700. It's supposed to support VT-x technology. As long as I can create vms using KVM, then I am all good.
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    ASUS MB that support Virtualization

    Help, looking for an example of an ASUS Motherboard that is an Intel socket 775 that supports Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x). I am trying to great a test machine for my RHCSA exam. Any...
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    Don't know if this will help you or not, but...

    Don't know if this will help you or not, but openSUSE was released earlier this week. Good luck on finding a good OS to use. I use Fedora on my netbook & it works fine as a kickstart server.
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    I don't want to miss out on the fun ;)

    I don't want to miss out on the fun ;)
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    right on that

    Yes, that is it.
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    No I haven't, but I will take your suggestion....

    No I haven't, but I will take your suggestion. Thanks 4 all suggestions & Ideas!!! :D
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    In a perfect world that would work, but my...

    In a perfect world that would work, but my situation doesn't allow this. I have a handheld LED device from compact. Just trying to find a way to make the thing do what I want it to do ;)
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    oh so close

    retsaw, thanks for the quick follow-up. I didn't correctly input the actual specs. I have a unit w/ 32 MB of RAM & 16 MB of HD space. I guess I need a bit more RAM :o
    Thanks again.
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    need a barebones version of LINUX

    Hello, I need help creating a barebones version of linux that has just python & QT on a frame buffer, which only runs on 16mb of ram & can be loaded on a 32mb flash drive. Is this even possible???
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    Any RHL SeaWolf users still existing???

    Just curious. Ok, It is 8 years old, but it still can work. I just wanted to shoutout to any users. I am one :D
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