I installed the BitTorrent client via Yum using the FreshRpms
repository. I can't seem to get the program to run. I'm probably
overlooking something obvious but can't seem to figure it out. Any help
would be most appreciated.
Could someone explain why Fedora doesn't include Sun's JDK? I know that
there are some issues concerning distribution (source and stuff) and I
was looking for some details about this.
With all this brouhaha about Java possibly going GPL I was wondering
about other ways of opening up Java so that all distro concerns are
eliminated and without risking the fragmentation that so many developers
fear about a GPLed Java (myself included, I value the "write-once, run
anywhere" motto above all things).
I have a digital handycam with a memory stick
connected by USB. I am unable to address the stick
and see the files in Fedora Core Linux. Is there some
way to be able to see the memory stick and to also
stream videos using Linux? I found the digital camera
tool but that does not address this problem.
(In the dreaded Windows XP I'm able to just plug in
the USB cable and see the memory stick as another type
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My printer works fine under Fedora. It's a Lexmark E323 with
However, I had to pick generic postscript printer in cups. What is
the file I need to get from Lexmark (file extension name?) to include
the proper support for this printer in cups so it shows up in the
list when setting up the printer?
I realize that there is a binary Linux driver for this printer, but I
don't think it's needed since the printer works out of the box with
the generic postscript under cups. I would need some type of spec
file for this specific postscript printer?
We have already tried the lexmark 323 linux driver and the print
quality is no different than the cups generic postscript driver.
However, I have not tried printing envelopes, lables, using special
I've installed all the updates but the new kernel (kernel-2.4.22-1.2188.nptl.athlon.rpm, I have a A64 3200+) hangs and I don't get any logging in /var/log/messages.
What command or key (t??) do I use at boot time, or so that I can watch to see where it is hanging? I can't seem to find documentation on boot options.
Does anybody know of a proxy which allows blocking black-listed sites.
More importantly: Is there a (frequently updated) black-list available which
can be automaticly incorporated into this proxy?
This proxy is to be used in a primary school. Client (windoze) filters (like
We-Blocker) are an option, but a proxy would be nice. And maybe a first step
towards cheaper software solutions allover, but that'll be a long run.
If packman had affected us, we'd all be running around in dark rooms,
munching pills and listening to repetetive music.
Ok, here's the thing. I have a GeForce MX 440 (onboard my nForce 2
mainboard). My maximum screen resolution is now 640x480, but it goes to
1600x1200 (16bits). I think I must install nvidia-glx, but I have
absolutely no idea where to start. Could anyone give me hand?
Thanks in advance.
On Thursday 29 April 2004 15:06, Jon shorie wrote:
> The next project that I am working on is to set up a web based video server
> using Fedora Core 1 as the O/S. My plan is to use apache to offer a
> selection of videos which may be downloaded and viewed.
> All videos are ones that we have taken here of our projects. They are
> currently stored as dvd's and if we want to view one, we need to find the
> dvd and watch it.
> I would like for the user to be able to take a screen shot and print it out
> to either a color laser or a plotter. (We have both printers currently).
> Is something like this possible without some special software. The server
> will be only accessible on our intranet so security is not a major issue
> for this project.
If at all possible, I would also like to know if anybody has any suggestions
of software to convert from .vob video files to either mpeg or avi or
anything else that is compressed.
I am experiencing crashes when I try to insert an image directly from my
scanner in an Openoffice session.No problem if I insert same image after
scanning with Xsane.
Is someone else reporting some misbehaviour??
Fedora is fully updated.
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