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Re: Next silly Q, ktorrent this time.



On Sunday 30 November 2008, g wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>> I did the sha1sum on the burnt disk, it was good, but the dvd doesn't
>> autoboot in the machine I was going to put it on.  Ubuntu's Hardy Heron cd
>> does, in the same dvd reader. I haven't tried it here to see if it will
>> autoboot though, and should.
>
>if sha1sum check is good, it should boot.
>
>if box it will not boot in has old bios, then dvd may not be recognized,
> while a cd is.
>
I just tried it with several other mixed dvd's and cd's that were supposedly 
bootable, and they all did, except the F10 dvd.  I just burnt another, same 
brand of media as the Fu9 I have installed on it, and from the same spindle 
of HP dvd-r disks, just for grins.  And it won't boot in that drive either.
The bios does look at the disk, it just doesn't like what it sees I guess.

>when box boots, press <scroll lock> to hold bios notice and write it down.
>check mainboard site for bios upgrade.

This bios ignores that, I had a hell of a time catching it and memorizing it.

Phoenix Bios 6.0.D.  The box is old, 1Ghz athlon.>
>> Down with a cold, I haven't really felt like doing a whole lot.
>
>take 2 aspirin, 2 sudafed, and a pint of bourbon. may not help rid your
> cold, but your nose will not be running and you really will not mind.

I learned decades ago, that when I mix alcohol with a cold, its an instant 
strept throat & 2 weeks on Erythromycin 500's, 3x/day.

>> some drawer and door handles for an entertainment center I'm building
>> yesterday,
>
>mythtv?

Naw, just a place for all her media, a 42" tv, the tuner/amp, dvd player and 
somewhere along the line a decent turntable so I can rip about 300 pounds of 
12" lp's accumulated over a 34 year period of teaching primary school kids 
something about music.  8 drawers in the bottom of it, 2 big enough for lp's 
on edge. I don't think they will hold them all either, but...
>
>> but my shop has very little heat and the current temp is about 2C.
>> Being diabetic, that equals some darned cold feet. :(
>
>lay cardboard on floor where working.

Don't have any that big, but I have noted that a layer of wood chips from the 
planer or jointer sure help.  Then the missus wanders in and ask's me when am 
I going to clean this mess up. ;)p  I don't think she connects the sawdust to 
the slowly dwindling stack of cherry, and the slowly growing piece of 
furniture.  Sorta like carving a big block of granite into an elephant, you 
hammer and chisel away that which is not part of an elephant.  Eventually, 
somebody has got to run a broom or vacuum.  Two vacs in there, but tied to 
the saw and sander ATM. And the next time I dump them will overflow a 
contractor cleanup bag, the big black ones.

>even if you are not bald headed, where 
>a knit cap. cardboard helps keep coldness away from feet. cap stops body
> heat from rapid escape from brain area. :o)

You will usually find me in a tan confederate style cap, you can't get the 
sawdust out of a knit.  Slap this one on your knee and its as good as new. :)
Same on I was in last summer while building this garage, see at:

<http://gene.homelinux.net:85/Gene/Genes-Web-pages.html>

That is this box.

Humm, I think I've wandered off topic again, blame it on a senior moment or 
whatever.

>> Thanks again.
>
>my glad.
>
>
>later.
>
>
>peace out.
>
>tc,hago.
>
>g
>.
>
>****
>in a free world without fences, who needs gates.
>**
>to mess up a linux box, you need to work at it;
>to mess up an ms windows box, you just need to *look at* it.
>**
>learn linux:
>'Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition'  
> http://rute.2038bug.com/index.html.gz 'The Linux Documentation Project'  
> http://www.tldp.org/
>'LDP HOWTO-index'   http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/HOWTO-INDEX/index.html
>'HowtoForge'   http://howtoforge.com/
>****



-- 
Cheers, Gene
"There are four boxes to be used in defense of liberty:
 soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order."
-Ed Howdershelt (Author)
It is the quality rather than the quantity that matters.
- Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 B.C. - A.D. 65)


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