[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]

Re: A Few Questions



On Thursday 15 September 2005 17:27, Randall J. Berry wrote:
>     Thanks Guys,
> Only problem is it's an IRC Server that I need it for! One of the clubs
> I belong to has an IRC channel and I just hate not being logged in with
> no Ident.
> I'm really hat a loss as for why it's not working. I've got holes on 113
> in the router/firewall hosted by this box. I've got holes in 113 in the
> Linux Firewall and if I do a local query I get an ident reply, if I do a
> LAN query I get an ident reply. Yet no reply outside the
> Router/Firewall. I'm using authd by the way. I've read tons of pages
> each with their own method of doing it and none seem to work.. I'm lost.
> If the ISP isn't blocking it for some reason what could I have done
> wrong that it's replying to the LAN but it won't reply to an outside
> server request? Incidently, my Mac (OS X) also has an Ident server
> running with X-Chat Aqua.. Even that one will not give a reply outside
> the LAN. I guess my only step next is to use the dreaded dust collector
> over in the corner running Billy Ware and if mIRC's Identd gives no
> reply it must be the ISP's idea of internet security.
Hmmm - are you sure your router works? if it works in your lan, your isp 
doesn't block it, the router sounds like the logical thing to check... :-)

>
> >> One not so pressing issue is how do I disable the fancy GUI while Fedora
> >> loads?
> >
> >As said, remove the "rhgb" keyword (Red Hat Graphical Boot) from the
> >kernel line in grub.conf, you could even uninstall the RPM for it if you
> >don't want to ever use it again (I did, it's just one less thing for me
> >to keep up to date).  I also removed the "quiet" keyword, I'd rather see
> >any warnings that might crop up.
>
> That was another question I had.. Remove the entire line or just RHGB and
> Quiet?
>
> Removing the RPM altogether is also an option. I see no reason for a
> fancy loading screen.
Just remove the rhgb and the quiet words. 

Peter.


[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]