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Feb
22
comment Move /var/www/ to /srv/www/ on Fedora 16
If I understand you correctly, create a symlink(shortcut) from var to srv, and than cp over the old directory to the new location? What exactly is the point of creating a symlink? - Thanks
Feb
22
comment Move /var/www/ to /srv/www/ on Fedora 16
@Gilles True, although my directories were pretty much empty except for a couple of files, I can see your point if httpd is running and running files while a copy is taking place, but can't the same be said for mv? The safest bet would probably be to stop the service before a mv or cp?
Feb
22
comment How to force 1920x1080 resolution - Fedora 16, VMPlayer, 9800GTX
@seljuq70 Sorry about that, still pretty new to the way things work on stack... Thanks for the links, I actually looked at the sysprob guide, but no luck. I ended up getting what I wanted, basic knowledge on how to config apache and set up permissions. So I moved scratched F16, and installed ubuntu server. Maybe someone who runs into a problem with F16 and vmware-tools will follow up on your links, so I'll leave it up
Feb
20
comment Move /var/www/ to /srv/www/ on Fedora 16
Thank you I was expecting a more complicated situation, good to know it was as simple cp and only a few edits of httpd.conf
Feb
20
comment How to force 1920x1080 resolution - Fedora 16, VMPlayer, 9800GTX
Reinstalled vmware-tools and rebooted to no avail.
Feb
20
comment How to force 1920x1080 resolution - Fedora 16, VMPlayer, 9800GTX
@seljuq70 Ok, I'm trying it again at the moment, hope your both right, thanks.
Feb
20
comment How to force 1920x1080 resolution - Fedora 16, VMPlayer, 9800GTX
@RenanBirckPinheiro, yes I ran ran vmware-tools without problems, but I'll run the script again.