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So there you are, up to your elbows in an install or configuration, when BLAMMO. It all hits the fan. What now, smart guy? Call tech support? Nooooooo. This was under tha radar, and you told your boss it'd be done by tomorrow. So you fire off a flare to the only, the one and only, person who can help. You know him. He's a singular as his name, like Polonius or Stimpy. He's... the Shadowman, and he's got just the bucket to bail out your boat.
Fresh out of flares? Got a question that you'd like Shadowman to answer? Ask him.
Brian H was up the creek without a paddle and asked:
[email@example.com root]# LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.19 rpm --rebuilddbAt the command line and it should finish.
ShahramA Was trying to get his Age of Empires swerve on and had to know:
PMOORE was digging through his attic, looking for some binaries and wondered:
[firstname.lastname@example.org root]# rpm -ql package-nameWhich will give you a list of files it installed.
To Clint L. with the sendmail boot hang, Shadowman Says: service sendmail stop; chkconfig sendmail off
To Eden N. looking to run Windows apps on Linux Shadowman Says: Try winehq.org, www.netraverse.com, www.transgaming.com or www.codeweavers.com.