#centos - Tue 20 Mar 2007 between 11:05 and 00:19

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joobie.. if it's a file
cronnoobienoob: do a ls -li
noobienoob: grab the inode number (first colum) and do a find . -inum inodenumber and --exec rm {} \;
Zathrusnoobienoob: escape the ? and & -- if you do rm -rf index<tab> then bash will do it for you.
cronoops
joobieZathrus, you're an idiot then.
noobienoobthanks
joobieZathrus, maybe you need to think what the role of your sysadmin is before you go predetermining conditions like that
cronnoobienoob: so if the inode is 123 do this "find . -inum 123 --exec rm {} \;
Zathruscron: that's the incredibly difficult way to do it.
actionlnux is away (4Me OuT!)
lnuxis away (4Me OuT!)
joobieZathrus, maybe your sysadmin does project based work that does not involve any regex - hate to burst your bubble
.. but regex != sysadmin
Zathrusjoobie: and yet, you just used a simple regex in reply to noobienoob...
joobieZathrus, now here comes your nubishnes
that's not regex
MrMeoff_X11TransSocketINETConnect() can't get address for localhost:6001: Name or service not known
(mini-wm): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: :1
CentOS 4.4, installing in text mode
hangs at this point
any ideas?
450MHz machine, 64MB ram
jbtMrMeoff: X mode?
MrMeoff4MB video card
im looking at the screen...
it says: Attempting to start native X server
Waiting for X server to start...log located in /rmp/X.log 1...2...3...4...5.... X server started successfully.
Juggieit shoudnt do that in textmode
MrMeoffhmm
linux text, from the start should start it in text mode correct?
jbtMrMeoff: nope, i will install via text mode
MrMeoffwell i used
linux text mem=64M noprobe
could gnome possibly run on this machine?
bidha2kbsdwhen 5.0 stable is going to be out..
tredeis the 2.6.18 kernel yet available in updates for 5.0 beta ?
MrMeoffany thoughts on that? from what i have read on the sysreq, KDE is far heavier
jbtMrMeoff: not really sure if it can support X
MrMeoffhmm
what are the hardware requirements for x?

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