#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 19:00 and 19:11

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SDBolts21n56eldowan, thanks the first place works.
jcoleSolak: dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig
pickcodereldowan: if you know exactly what you're doing with your drive, zeroing the disk isn't a horrible thing to do.
kraehebzed, true ... termcap is cruft ... but is'nt it in etch?
bzedlarsl: dpkg -S filename
Solakjcole: I did that, but result is the same...
bzedkraehe: no
bhundvenah. I always get -f and -S confused
eldowanpickcoder: aah, I misread. I thought you meant it wasn't possible.
bhundvenmy bad
bzedlarsl: or dlocate filename, if you ahve dlocate installed
Solakjcole: detail: the fonts look good until kde starts.
SDBolts21n56eldowan, are those files or programs? if files, does the kernel get that infomation from startup
pickcodereldowan: many manuf stopped making low-level tools and also advocate not using them due to damage
jcoleSolak: i would logout and rm -rf ~/.kde* directories
Solakjcole: ?
eldowanSDBolts21n56: those are files. Not sure how they are generated.
pickcoderprobably b/c they're so cheaply made these days they take too much wear
jcoleSolak: must be a kde setting
Solak: apt-get install kcontrol
Solakjcole: ok, but I guess it could be corrected by changing a setting instead of deleting all the settings...
bzedkraehe: termcap-compat works under etch, but it's only avaiable for i386. I had to install it once, too
jcoleSolak: kcontrol should have a fonts section
kraehetermcap-compat is libc5 ... i need libc6, i fear
larslSomething very weird is going on with my header files. I get this error message when building a program that uses pthreads:
/usr/include/pthread.h:285: error: conflicting types for pthread_t
/usr/include/bits/pthreadtypes.h:152: error: previous declaration of pthread_t was here
In one of the files pthread_t is an int, in one it's a long.
jcoleSolak: i use gnome myself, but have had to configure qt/kde apps on occasion using kcontrol
larslBoth belong to libc6-dev.
Any idea what's going on there?
pickcoderlooks like dlg-diag still does low-level formatting
ipfreelyitchi: thnx hostmasked worked great
abrotmanlarsl: bugs.debian.org say anything ?
sceadugengahi, i have a quick question. i have an 8mbit connection at home, and i only get about 200kb/s or less. would changing the tcp window size make any difference to the speed?
karstensceadugenga: Depends on what's limiting your rate.
sceadugengawhat do you mean, karsten?
stewsceadugenga: how are you testing your bandwidth?
sceadugengastew, downloading from local ftp servers, speedtest.com, ozspeedtest.com
karstensceadugenga: 1550bytes is generally max supported MTU, most networks run ATM which IIRC has a smaller window size.

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