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My interests are:

  • OpenLDAP
  • Kerberos
  • Sendmail
  • Virtualization (Xen and VirtualBox)

My distros are:

  • OpenSuSE
  • Fedora
  • CentOS
  • Linux From Scratch

Goals:

  • Learn FreeBSD
  • Lear more about my interests :P
  • Learn IPv6

I'm really rather hodge-podge. If I see something I like, I'll learn it.

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Jul
27
comment Internet connection being lost after about 10 seconds
It does indeed. How about the output of rcnetwork status (OpenSuSE specific for people in the future)?
Jul
25
comment Internet connection being lost after about 10 seconds
@Jidder you can do it in YaST or using your favorite editor you can change it in /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfh-enp0s3
Jul
25
comment Internet connection being lost after about 10 seconds
What happens if on the interface you change it from manual to auto?
Jul
24
comment Best Linux Distro For Me :)
@EhsanPoursaeed I use OpenSuSE and CentOS. I think OpenSuSE would be more beginner friendly (of the two). However, I really think you'll be happier if you try a few different ones.
Jul
24
comment Best Linux Distro For Me :)
@goldilocks Now I understand your original comment. It wasn't to say Ubuntu is better, but the install process is easy and I agree. As the old saying goes RTFM. :)
Jul
24
comment Best Linux Distro For Me :)
@EhsanPoursaeed Any of those should be easy here is a list of distros that would be the easiest to install Virtual Box on. I don't know if Mandriva or Oracle Linux support XFCE right out of the box...
Jul
24
comment Best Linux Distro For Me :)
@goldilocks I don't know...yum install virtualbox is easy, so is zypper in virtualbox...
Jul
24
comment Best Linux Distro For Me :)
This doesn't really really belongs here. You'll start a flame war. Many modern distros support XFCE (Fedora, OpenSuSE, Xbuntu, Debian, as well as many others). You're best bet is to just try them out. They should all run within Virtual Box without any problems.
Jul
23
comment CANON printer setup with no driver openSUSE
Did you try here? I've found better support for Linux on the European side of Canon...
Jul
23
comment Figuring out physical cache layout in FreeBSD
@SteveWills done!
Jul
23
revised Figuring out physical cache layout in FreeBSD
Included all of kern.sched.topology_spec and additional details.
Jul
22
comment Can't execute server messages outputed when printing to laser 3 on openSUSE
Are you using the right driver? Can you list the make and model of the printer? Are other machines having the same issue?
Jul
21
comment Python compile error on openSUSE: no module named wx
If this has solved your problem, please mark the best solution. If not, then please let us know.
Jul
18
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Jul
18
comment Booting a Raspberry Pi from an NFS share
Thanks for posting the strace. I think it'll help others. I'm interested in the question just because of how odd it is. Take a look at this line in the trace: "write(2, "effective uid is not 0, is /usr/"..., 133effective uid is not 0, is /usr/bin/sudo on a file system with the 'nosuid' option set or an NFS file system without root privileges?) = 133"
Jul
16
answered Python compile error on openSUSE: no module named wx
Jul
16
comment Python compile error on openSUSE: no module named wx
It is available, it just needs to be installed. It is called python-wxWidgets.
Jul
5
comment Figuring out physical cache layout in FreeBSD
@SteveWills All of sysctl -a or just kern.sched.topology_spec?
Jul
2
comment SSH'd into a computer, uptime / who / users report 0 users?
Last time I saw something like this my machine was about to kick the bucket...not going to suggest it as a solution or anything, but if you aren't making backups, now might be a very good time.
Jul
2
awarded  Peer Pressure