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January. Time to resolutely resign to rationatively resolve resolutions, only to remorselessly renege with recrudescent recalcitrance; rejoicing in your recitivism. Who needs such tired and Babylonian dogma, you ask, when you can't print? He understands. He with but one name, like Aneirin or Zmaj, and but one resolution: To boldly help more newbies, in the New Year; and lay off the split infinitives.
Got a question that you'd like Shadowman to answer? Ask him.
Jon, who wanted the 3 for 1 axed:
#kern.* /var/log/kern to kern.* /var/log/kernThen in /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit change:
/bin/dmesg -n $LOGLEVEL to /bin/dmesg -n 1Then either reboot, or type 'dmesg -n 1' and restart syslogd.
Ahhh. An uncluttered console.
1) These show up all sorts of neat places. Try to mount /dev/sr0 or /dev/sda as the most common suspects.
2) Shadowman got a Brooktree BT848KPF to work, now what? Oh you mean... nevermind. So try tvtime, XawTV, or KWinTV for TV and gnomeradio for the FM tuner.
Duane L., just gotta know:
1486220 drwxrwxr-x 3 user user 4096 Jan 19 14:09 -p ^^^^^^^And then:
To Fred N., who went fro RHL 8.0 to Fedora Core v.1 and missed RHN Shadowman says: RHN has no Fedora channel, but you can use up2date on a public repository.
P. Slack, who wants some hw specs for ES Shadowman says: 300Mhz Pentium or Celeron (>=750Mhz recommended), 256M RAM (>=512M recommended), 800M HD or higher, etc. etc.