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3249d18Fedora 11 vs Ubuntu 9.10
My small and very personal comparison between Fedora 11 (which I run on my laptop) and Ubuntu 9.10 which is my main Linux distribution. yum vs apt-get yum is a lot slower than apt-get why do I need connectivity when...
3254d20KPN redux
I installed my new laptop with Fedora 11, and I must say that it is a very nice distribution. I m even contemplating leaving PulseAudio enabled, cause it just works. Unlike ubuntu. To update my story on the KPN dongle...
3254d241KPN redux
I installed my new laptop with Fedora 11, and I must say that it is a very nice distribution. I'm even contemplating leaving PulseAudio enabled , 'cause it just works. Unlike ubuntu . To update my story on the KPN...
3254d111KPN redux
I installed my new laptop with Fedora 11, and I must say that it is a very nice distribution. I'm even contemplating leaving PulseAudio enabled , 'cause it just works. Unlike ubuntu . To update my story on the KPN...
3257d22Use upstart to replace rc.local
On my new netbook I wanted to get rid of gdm and just start X right away. I use auto-login anyway so it is a bit stupid to first start gdm and then immediately start X. So I removed gdm and edited /etc/rc.local to start...
3257d215Use upstart to replace rc.local
On my new netbook I wanted to get rid of gdm and just start X right away. I use auto-login anyway so it is a bit stupid to first start gdm and then immediately start X. So I removed gdm and edited /etc/rc.local to...
3257d119Use upstart to replace rc.local
On my new netbook I wanted to get rid of gdm and just start X right away. I use auto-login anyway so it is a bit stupid to first start gdm and then immediately start X. So I removed gdm and edited /etc/rc.local to...
3257d25Goodbye charm, welcome up
I ve bought a new 11.1 netbook from Asus, this is going to replace my aging 4G Surf (named charm). I ve named the new one up, so I m hoping the Large Hadron Collider is up and running soon and discovers a new flavor of...
3257d226Goodbye charm, welcome up
I've bought a new 11.1" netbook from Asus, this is going to replace my aging 4G Surf (named charm ). I've named the new one up , so I'm hoping the Large Hadron Collider is up and running soon and discovers a new flavor...
3257d98Goodbye charm, welcome up
I've bought a new 11.1" netbook from Asus, this is going to replace my aging 4G Surf (named charm ). I've named the new one up , so I'm hoping the Large Hadron Collider is up and running soon and discovers a new flavor...
3266d21Microsoft rules . ?
Okay, I could not find this in the specs, but I do find this fishy. When querying a Windows DNS server it will give out an authoritative answer (aa bit set), but without an AUTHORITY section. dig +nocmd +noidentify...
3266d259Microsoft rules . ?
Okay, I could not find this in the specs , but I do find this fishy. When querying a Windows DNS server it will give out an authoritative answer (aa bit set), but without an AUTHORITY section. dig + nocmd + noidentify +...
3266d94Microsoft rules . ?
Okay, I could not find this in the specs , but I do find this fishy. When querying a Windows DNS server it will give out an authoritative answer (aa bit set), but without an AUTHORITY section. dig + nocmd + noidentify +...
3267d21iotop
iotop is a very neat tool showing the processes which do the most i/o in a top-like manner. Again having fun with SLES: SLES-10: # rpm -i /tmp/iotop-0.3.2-1.1.x86_64.rpm warning: iotop-0.3.2-1.1.x86_64.rpm: Header V3 DSA...
3267d231iotop
iotop is a very neat tool showing the processes which do the most i/o in a top -like manner. Again having fun with SLES: SLES-10: # rpm -i /tmp/iotop-0.3.2-1.1.x86_64.rpm warning: iotop - 0.3.2 - 1.1 . x86_64 . rpm :...
3267d105iotop
iotop is a very neat tool showing the processes which do the most i/o in a top -like manner. Again having fun with SLES: SLES-10: # rpm -i /tmp/iotop-0.3.2-1.1.x86_64.rpm warning: iotop - 0.3.2 - 1.1 . x86_64 . rpm :...
3268d20Spot the problem
An unofficial rpm of e2fsprogs installed on a SLES 10 system: # ldd /sbin/e2fsck libdb-4.3.so = /usr/lib64/libdb-4.3.so (0x00002b5e004e2000) libpthread.so.0 = /lib64/libpthread.so.0 (0x00002b5e006d6000) libc.so.6 =...
3268d216Spot the problem
An unofficial rpm of e2fsprogs installed on a SLES 10 system: # ldd /sbin/e2fsck libdb - 4.3 . so = / usr / lib64 / libdb - 4.3 . so ( 0x00002b5e004e2000 ) libpthread . so .0 = / lib64 / libpthread . so .0 (...
3268d113Spot the problem
An unofficial rpm of e2fsprogs installed on a SLES 10 system: # ldd /sbin/e2fsck libdb - 4.3 . so = / usr / lib64 / libdb - 4.3 . so ( 0x00002b5e004e2000 ) libpthread . so .0 = / lib64 / libpthread . so .0 (...
3276d19nss-ldap
The nss-ldap module allows you to have your user information in a LDAP server. Within the module you can select some options on how to connect to the LDAP server: hard, use an exponential back-off when connection,...
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