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just me


May
1
comment Difference between long running process and daemon?
Kind of like the jump from artificial intelligence and real intelligence lol or before you are 18 with the string attached to you, after you become an adult you would be a demon process that is not tied to a parent shell.
May
1
comment How to get past “Loading Initial Ramdisk” hang after going from x86_64 to i686 cpu
maybe un-checking the option "PAE/NX" under the processor tab could help.
Apr
14
comment Reinstall package in CentOS
have listed the packages that have it maybe you can install that specific version at the same time if you have other dependences that need it. Check to see if you have an older version of Image Magick.
Apr
14
comment Reinstall package in CentOS
what version is your copy of libtool-ltdl ? on rpm search it shows libltdl.so.3 in package CentOS 5 ftp.centos.org/5.9/os/x86_64/CentOS/libtool-ltdl-1.5.22-7.el5_4.x86_64.rpm as well as the same version for i386
Mar
28
comment How to find which package provides a file?
is it an overlay or regular package that you downloaded
Mar
28
comment How to find which package provides a file?
what package???
Nov
11
comment Grade book program that works on gentoo
not as a teacher as a student
Nov
11
comment How can I create a Windows XP installation USB drive?
This simplifies the whole thing as windows can be a pain to do anything other than a stranded install with.
Nov
11
comment How can I create a Windows XP installation USB drive?
xp would run as a vm under a separate install with a striped copy of linux to allow xp to run. that would be a dual boot.
Oct
9
comment Graphics on boot like the backtrack linux or the Gentoo live DVD after you press alt+F1 on boot
Thanks, I'm not looking to slow my boot time down though I hardly ever shut my computer down.
Oct
7
comment what is wrong with my simple choice menu script?
Just a habit as I do most things from the terminal instead of a shell script as my system changes hourly sometimes.
Oct
7
comment what is wrong with my simple choice menu script?
You could add an exit option like this, RUN=1 while [ $RUN ] do case $CHOICE in "5") export RUN=0 ;;
Oct
7
comment what is wrong with my simple choice menu script?
Such as "4") echo "Enter Custom DIR: " read CUSDIR cd $CUSDIR ;;
Oct
7
comment what is wrong with my simple choice menu script?
I am not sure exactly you are trying to make given the lack of details on that but I have a small recommendation if it happens to apply. I can tell that this has to do with some kind of programming and using different languages and it may be useful to add the option to manually key the dir to avoid leaving the menu.
Oct
5
comment Basic Linux OS with GNU apps and TWM
In the long run if he has more than one to install it on but a spin off of gentoo like saybyon would. check that distro out, TWM would be a short emerge away and everything else would be there.
Oct
5
comment Linux distribution geared towards developers
That is far from true. Yes it is easy to compile a program on any given linux but that is because of gcc. For clarification on what I mean see my responses.
Oct
5
comment Linux distribution geared towards developers
ubuntu is a windows rewrite of unix
Oct
1
comment How do you access internet in RHEL 5 using Android smartphone USB LAN?
you need the driver for it then. It maybe included in your kernel just not compiled in. I can't remember if you can get the source to rhel or not but if you can, try compiling your own as this would allow you the opportunity to compile the driver into the kernel. If you are not sure on how to compile take a look at the gentoo installation manual it will help as you have to compile your own kernel in gentoo.
Oct
1
comment How do you access internet in RHEL 5 using Android smartphone USB LAN?
wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Android_Tethering this may help if it shows up as usb0.
Oct
1
comment How do you access internet in RHEL 5 using Android smartphone USB LAN?
it might show up if you have it plugged in at boot time. Then you could use it but it might show up as a gateway so I am not sure. Will see what I can find and will post an answer for any info I find