|trede||peerce: thanks for your time.|
|peerce||what exactly is 'compiler and development environment for "a wifi"' mean, anyways? you mean a cross development platform for a particular wifi router?!?|
|Evolution||moz: so, copy the files to usb or cd or some other medium|
|Evolution||moz: you'll need network or centos dvd to install the compiler anyway.|
|moz||were can i get the files|
|Evolution||moz: as I said before -> http://wiki.centos.org/Repositories/RPMForge|
|trede||time to kill this windows install, finally =). brb on centos5|
|kaiyang||hi i am having problem with freenx... can anyone teach me a method to solve the $AGENT_TIMEOUT error?|
Evolution can i paste you something in prv ?
|acidchild||when i load the tun module, it doesn't show anything on lsmod? is that because they are hidden or something, or the kernel is not built modular? where would /dev/net/tun be?|
|action||mmcgrath sees tun in lsmod.|
|mmcgrath||sees tun in lsmod.|
|acidchild||modprobe doesn't make a error.|
and lsmod shows no results.
and there is no /dev/net/tun...
|peerce||anything in dmesg about this module?|
|acidchild||dmesg shows no results.|
this is some VPS i got from a hosting company.
|peerce||hmmm, maybe you can't load a VPN into the virtual server, I dunno.|
|acidchild||syslogd is running, klogd, etc -shrugs- i don't have any experiance with centos.|
sure you can.
is it something to do with the SELinux, maybe only load module on boot?
|peerce||this tunnel module, it was already there, or is this something you compiled and added?|
|acidchild||erm lemme see.|
there doesn't seem to be any modules in /lib/modules
|karrotx||hmm, do i have to do something special with vsftpd to allow dns connections?|
|acidchild||i aint use to yum, and how centos is packaged up.|
karrotx: explain more.
|karrotx||i can connect using ip, but i can not connect using dns|
|peerce||dns connections? then your DNS isn't resolving to the same IP as you're connecting.|
|karrotx||ex: ftp://firstname.lastname@example.org works, ftp://email@example.com does not|
|peerce||FTP knows nothing about DNS|
|acidchild||have you checked to see if the domain aims at it?|