|namedrisk||usually it list what package provides something|
|fghj||got nothing back|
|steelwolf||what's nice free control panel?|
|jbt||steelwolf: bash :)|
|Evill||Hmm, too late for lol67.|
can anyone give me ap ointer to installing fglrx / ati derivers on ati ?
err, on centos
|Evill||But the reason TeamSpeak (and any program) shows multiple pids in Centos 4 and not in Fedora is because of LinuxThreads vs NPTL.|
NPTL does not show threads as extra processes.
|fghj||how do I force install of kernel-devel version 2.6.9-42.EL rather than 2.6.9-42.0.10.EL ?|
|steelwolf||.bash_history how do i do .bash_history ?|
|jbt||steelwolf: what you want do with your .bash_history?|
|steelwolf||check out all bash commands|
|jbt||steelwolf: cat .bash_history|
steelwolf: it's the history of your previous exec'd command if that's what you mean
|steelwolf||how do i upgrade kernel|
ive seen many ppl having kernal exploits and being rooted
I just compiled apache 2.2.4 and theres something wronw with modules
uder module directory only *.a an *.la files no *.so files
|evil_steve||_deselby9_: compiled or installed?|
|_deselby9_||compiled (make) and installed make install|
I used ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2 --enable-rewrite --enable-mods-shared=all --enable-shared=max
evils_steve .. that should work should it ?
|chmac||Anyone particularly familiar with remote installs via secure terminal?|
Sorry, serial terminal I mean
I want to upgrade a Fedora Core 4 box to Cent OS 4.4, but I can't find any walkthroughs on serial console installs
|bleve||chmac: that requires data backup and full install + data restore.|
chmac: there is no upgrade path backwards.
|chmac||bleve: Yeah, that's what I want to do|
I misused the term upgrade, I meant I want to install CentOS 4.4 via a serial console
|steelwolf||how do i list how much dispsace /var have?|
how do i list how much diskspace /var have?
|chmac||steelwolf: man df and man du|
|steelwolf||i know df -H|
but how do i check for a particular dir
|chmac||steelwolf: man du|
|hughesjr||chmac: installing CentOS via a serial console is just like doing FC4 via a serial console (or RHEL)|