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>    1. Re: f77 (Jakub Jelinek)
>    2. Re: command line url output #2 (Jamie Bohr)
>    3. Metacity and mplayer - process left after
> closing window
>       (?yvind Stegard)
>    4. FC3 -> FC4 upgrade via yum - broken my system
>       (fedora-list headsnet com)
>    5. Re: Fedora 4 Firefox strange behaviour:
> (akonstam trinity edu)
>    6. Moving from 40 to 80 GB Laptop Drive - How?
> (Chris Ruprecht)
>    7. Re: getting dialup networking to work on FC4
>       (akonstam trinity edu)
>    8. RE: Fedora 4 Firefox strange behaviour: (Chris
> Northwood)
>    9. Re: Nut,usb and installation (Thomas Taylor)
>   10. school room network (Eric Tanguy)
>   11. Re: Moving from 40 to 80 GB Laptop Drive -
> How? (?yvind Stegard)
>   12. Re: Moving from 40 to 80 GB Laptop Drive -
> How? (Charles Curley)
>   13. Re: Fedora 4 Firefox strange behaviour:
> (taharka)
>   14. Re: school room network (Les Mikesell)
>   15. Re: Antivirus (Ray Maclam)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 14:26:08 -0400
> From: Jakub Jelinek <jakub redhat com>
> Subject: Re: f77
> To: Joshua Liebowitz <taquitos gmail com>,	For users
> of Fedora Core
> 	releases <fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID:
> <20050925182608 GR1020 devserv devel redhat com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
> 
> On Sun, Sep 25, 2005 at 02:07:22PM -0400, Joshua
> Liebowitz wrote:
> > Hi, I am running FC4 x86_64 and I cant seem to
> figure out why I can't
> > compile a FORTRAN 77 program.
> > Here is what I get...
> > 
> > f77test.f contains:
> > program hello
> > print *,'Hello World!'
> > stop
> > end
> > when I compile:
> > $f77 f77test.f
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s: Assembler messages:
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:26: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:30: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:33: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:34: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:35: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:36: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:41: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> > /tmp/cc1COl1w.s:42: Error: suffix or operands
> invalid for `push'
> 
> My guess is that you have installed
> compat-gcc-32-g77*.i386.rpm rather
> than compat-gcc-32-g77*.x86_64.rpm.  Which would
> lead into compiling
> 32-bit code, but not telling the assembler that it
> is 32-bit code.
> You need to use compat-gcc-32-g77*.x86_64.rpm (or
> better yet
> gcc-gfortran-*.x86_64.rpm).
> 
> 	Jakub
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 13:14:01 -0600
> From: Jamie Bohr <jamiebohr gmail com>
> Subject: Re: command line url output #2
> To: Marc M <linuxr gmail com>,	For users of Fedora
> Core releases
> 	<fedora-list redhat com>
> Message-ID:
> <fd7c117a05092512147b88fefb mail gmail com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> 
> Sounds like a GNU Cash bug/problem? Have you googled
> it? A quick search on
> google shows
>
http://www.mail-archive.com/gnucash-devel lists gnucash org/msg00719.html
> as
> a possible source. You may want to try the GNU
> Develers list at
> gnucash-devel lists gnucash org 
> 
> Good luck finding an answer?
> 
> - Jamie
> 
> 
> On 9/24/05, Marc M <linuxr gmail com> wrote:
> >
> > can anyone decipher this?
> >
> > [root 149 etc]# gnucash
> >
>
http://www.site_I_visited_yesterday.com/yada/yada.html
> >
> > ** CRITICAL **: file SX-ttinfo.c: line 325
> (gnc_ttsplitinfo_set_account):
> > assertion `ttsi && acc' failed.
> >
> > ** CRITICAL **: file gnc-component-manager.c: line
> 275
> > (gnc_cm_event_handler): assertion `id_type'
> failed.
> >
> > Gtk-WARNING **: invalid cast from (NULL) pointer
> to `GtkWindow'
> > Transactions: Total: 5, Loaded: 6
> > Accounts: Total: 64, Loaded: 64
> > Books: Total: 0, Loaded: 0
> > Commodities: Total: 0, Loaded: 0
> > Scheduled Tansactions: Total: 1, Loaded: 1
> > [root 149 etc]#
>
http://www.site_I_visited_yesterday.com/yada/yada.html
> >
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> Message: 3
> Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 21:29:14 +0200
> From: ?yvind Stegard <oyvinst ifi uio no>
> Subject: Metacity and mplayer - process left after
> closing window
> To: For users of Fedora Core releases
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> Hi,
> 
> This issue is rather old, but I've not found much
> about it on Google or 
> any archives.. If I close an mplayer window using
> the window's close 
> button (or just Alt+F4) the mplayer process is left
> in memory (I have to 
> manually kill it off). Is there a workaround for
> this ? I know I can 
> press 'q', but it's _annoying_, and as far as I can
> remember, this bug 
> has been around for a long time. The issue is there
> for the two most 
> important -vo drivers: xv and x11 (but also for
> others). 
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