I am Girisha working for SRI VANI EDUCATION CENTRE.
we are using your product ie fedora system software 1 to 8 i have problem
in fedora 8.
i have installed fedora 8 in the system often the key board will not work
only the mouse is active I could not could solve this problem.
i can login in to after login only mouse is active the keyboard will not
work can you help me out in solving this problem.
With Worm Regards
Hello, my name is Kerry Walper. I am a guide and moderator at mepislovers.org
The members at mepislovers asked for mepis tee shirts. I have a tee shirt
making home based busines so I set up a website to sell mepis tees to our
members. I sell the tees for $17.00. Out of the $17.00 I donate $5.00 from
each sale to mepis development. I've been working on the website for a few
days and I just got my paypal express add to cart button working so you can
pay with paypal or credit cards.
I would like to do the same for fedora. Not sure how many fedora tees will be
sold but I would like permission to add fedora to my list of available tee
shirts. If you don't have the power to grant my request could you forward
this message to whoever could grant me permission? Thank you. Kerry Walper
aka mepnoob2005 at mepislovers.org
Since you generate client-side certificates, why don't you generate them
for use in place of passwords when logging into the website?
Then you wouldn't have to insist on changing passwords.
Edward J. Huff <ed(a)huff20may77.us>
Forwarding on to our web team.
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Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2008 09:08:12
From: Ricardo Mendonça Ferreira <ric(a)mpcnet.com.br>
Subject: Fedora Spins makes my head spin...
Excuse me, but is there a page in http://spins.fedoraproject.org/ that explains
what is each spin?
I've been a Fedora user since version 1 (up to version 6), and used it on
several computers. Now I wanted to give it a try again, and the possibility of
using an "official" Live CD (instead of going through the trouble of creating my
own) is very enticing.
The problem is: how am I supposed to know what is in each spin? The names are
cryptic, there are no links for documentation, no list of packages on each spin,
not even a brief description (or non-cryptic name) of each spin!
I believe that the spartan page is characteristic of the Linux ethos, but that's
also one of the reasons for it to not be so widely adopted... not to mention
that it doesn't make justice to the hard work of those who put effort and spent
time creating those spins.
I'll probably try the installation DVD using Qemu anyway, but I wanted to let
you know about this problem since I'm sure a lot of other people will think the
same: a good (even short) description of the spins would make them much, much
more useful and popular.
Thank you for your attention,
This is sathish from India working as a Asst.Prof., request you to send me
the latest verson of Fedora software copy ...
As we are working on linux for some applications...
Thanx & Regards
Mohammadiya Institute of Computer Technology
Arempula Darga, Warangal Highway,
> Is there anyone who can contact me in regard to building a website? My
> daughter purchased software access months ago and I have not been able
> to figure out how to set up my website. My domain name is now directed
> to your site and I am not sure what to do with it as it all seems
> quite confusing.
> Please help!
> Alice Reo
That is a test page included with our operating system; we don't
actually control the site in question. For more information, please
refer to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ServerTestPage.
Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams <ivazqueznet(a)gmail.com>
i have created an account in fedora. ( the details i am forwarding with this mail ).
i forgot my username. could you please help me sir.
i just want to create my username as softkuttan
in the web site there is no option for Forgot username.
there is only the option for forgot password.
----- Forwarded Message ----
From: "accounts(a)fedoraproject.org" <accounts(a)fedoraproject.org>
Sent: Friday, 3 October, 2008 6:40:04 PM
Subject: Welcome to the Fedora Project!
You have created a new Fedora account!
Your new password is: VpkaR3AtJjeBXwt2
Please go to https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/user/changepass
to change it.
Welcome to the Fedora Project. Now that you've signed up for an
account you're probably desperate to start contributing, and with that
in mind we hope this e-mail might guide you in the right direction to
make this process as easy as possible.
Fedora is an exciting project with lots going on, and you can
contribute in a huge number of ways, using all sorts of different
skill sets. To find out about the different ways you can contribute to
Fedora, you can visit our join page which provides more information
about all the different roles we have available.
If you already know how you want to contribute to Fedora, and have
found the group already working in the area you're interested in, then
there are a few more steps for you to get going.
Foremost amongst these is to sign up for the team or project's mailing
list that you're interested in - and if you're interested in more than
one group's work, feel free to sign up for as many mailing lists as
you like! This is because mailing lists are where the majority of work
gets organised and tasks assigned, so to stay in the loop be sure to
keep up with the messages.
Once this is done, it's probably wise to send a short introduction to
the list letting them know what experience you have and how you'd like
to help. From here, existing members of the team will help you to find
your feet as a Fedora contributor.
And finally, from all of us here at the Fedora Project, we're looking
forward to working with you!
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