A general GNOME question here; is there a way to set all the Nautilus
file browser window back to their freshly installed GNOME positions?
When clicking on the "user's Home" icon on the desktop, the window lands
in the middle of the desktop. Then, when clicking on a folder in that
window, the next window appears on top of the previous window, just to
the right and slightly lower, and so on and so on for subsequent
windows. But, if one takes one of those windows and moves it to another
location, it will always appear in the new location. I would like to
reset something to make them all land where they did before I messed
around with them.
And yes, I have tried the "Reset View to Defaults" option under the View
menu, and it doesn't do what I'm looking to do.
just wanna know if it's ok to ask stupid questions on this list!
every time i open any mozilla app it opens in a small window. how can i
make it open in a maximized window?
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After I upgraded to FC3, my control characters, like arrows, delete,
backspace, etc., are messed up. They work fine in terminal itself,
are messed up in programs, like less, ftp, yum, ... bascially any
interactive command-line programs.
How to fix it?
I've run into the SMP lock / hang issue with FC1. Is this issue resolved
in FC3? The machine in question is a production box, so I don't really
want to risk a repeat of the previous hang behavior. I've been running
in uniproc mode for a long while and have had good reliability, but
having that second processor in use would be very nice. A scan through
the list archives didn't turn up any discussion on this issue after late
I have been repeatedly affected by RBL providers incorrectly listing my
static IP address in their dial-up ranges causing my messages to be
rejected by the servers of several clueless wannabe administrators.
What makes things really worse is that none of these lists is even close
to being well maintained and it usually takes weeks to get removed.
I first thought of a cronjob to nag the removal contact about once per
hour, but I doubt this account does ever get read.
Currently I am trying to use all contacts I can find for the RBL
provider and recipient domain and ask them to unlist my IP and/or stop
using the broken RBL.
Unfortunately some of those bastards even use their own RBL to prevent
such requests from getting through and I wonder what else I can do.
Launch wget with an invalid URL once per second to put my removal
request in their httpd log?
Reciprocally blocking their domain from delivering here?
Any other ideas?
T h o m a s Z e h e t b a u e r ( TZ251 )
PGP encrypted mail preferred - KeyID 96FFCB89
finger thomasz(a)hostmaster.org for key
Error reading FAT record: Try the SKINNY one? (Y/N)
Looking for some gurus here. I have the following snippet in my
SetEnvIfNoCase Remote_Host "some.domain.com" ref_ok=1
Allow from env=ref_ok
...which effectively prevents anyone from remote linking to any of
those files anywhere on my web site (including those in sub-directories)
except for 'some.domain.com'. However, I want to _exclude_ a directory
from that blanket matching:
$web-root/thx/ <-- I want to exclude this directory and
everything else that may be below it.
W | I haven't lost my mind; it's backed up on tape somewhere.
Ashley M. Kirchner <mailto:email@example.com> . 303.442.6410 x130
IT Director / SysAdmin / Websmith . 800.441.3873 x130
Photo Craft Laboratories, Inc. . 3550 Arapahoe Ave. #6
http://www.pcraft.com ..... . . . Boulder, CO 80303, U.S.A.
I came to know that a legislation in EU says that all my work (even
the one that I develop at home, in my free time) is owned by my company.
What do I have to do in case I have something to contribute and I
developed it in my free time at home.
I'm trying to write a crontab entry to run yum update at 0100 and this is as
far as I've got '0 1 * * * /usr/bin/yum update' but I'm unsure if this will
work. Can anyone reassure me please, or if not, what is the correct syntax?
I know that I can run it as a 'service' but that means that it runs at the
same time as logwatch and it then doesn't get recorded in logwatch, so I'm
hoping that if I run it in advance of logwatch, then logwatch will record
13:58:50 up 2 days, 23:37, 1 user, load average: 1.30, 1.29, 1.27
Linux is like a wigwam, no windows, no gates, apache inside.
Fedora Core 3, KDE 3.3.1-2.2, OpenOffice 1.1.3
Registered Linux user 334501