#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 07:08 and 07:30

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sep(putty on windows)
creatureenouf: These are good, but I don't think any of them cover installing patches "The Debian Way" - ie. if I've used apt-get to install a patch, how it's applied. The manpage of make-kpkg suggests I want --added_patches.
harkwauant: what's the error?
wauanttelnet or ssh doesn't change i am on a local network so there isn't security problems
Amazing`anyone know any good technology which will allow users to show a webcam to other users on a linux box?
creatureAmazing`: How do you mean?
Ekiga has webcam support. amsn will do webcams via MSN.
Amazing`ok like a user connects their webcam to a server and another user can see it
wauantit is write : "telnetd : /usr/lib/telnetlogin : no such file or directory"
ma3xanybody knows how to encode audio to audio (wav -> mp3) with mencoder? it says Video stream is mandatory!
enoufcreature: so man make-kpkg and /msg dpkg kp mantra
creature: better man mkinitramfs-kpkg as well
nyk2005I'm having trouble allowing a cgi script access to postgreSQL in the debian system. I created an user with a PW and gave enabled md5-pw login in psql config, but I just can't login with that user. What could I do?
creatureenouf: That's what I'm doing, but was hoping someoen with more knowledge could at least confirm I'm doing the right thing.
nyk2005And I WAS following the howto
Kvantma3x, you don't want to use lame, i guess
enoufcreature: well .. the "Debian way" is to use the Debian kernel :-) .. or check all over the wiki.debian.org .. though I found many are out of date (but the d-i CustomKernel one isn't really) .. but some are very useful
wauantsomeone can help me for my problem with telnet i have this message when i try to connect :"telnetd : /usr/lib/telnetlogin : no such file or directory"
sepwauant, there is no telnet server installed as default. since it's old, insecure, infelxible and pointless. comapred with ssh. have you installed and configured a telnet server
nyk2005and I have the line "host dbname username 127.0.0.1 255.255.255.255 md5" in /etc/postgresql/pg_hba.conf
harkwauant: you would need telnetd for that...
wauanti do a apt-get install telnet but it is already install
hark!info telnetd
dpkgtelnetd: (The telnet server), section net, is optional. Version: 0.17-35 (sid), Packaged size: 40 kB, Installed size: 96 kB
hark!telnet
dpkgrumour has it, telnet is an old protocol for remotely logging in to another computer. It is one of the basic utilities for TCP/IP. It is very insecure as it sends all traffic in plaintext! Seriously consider using ssh instead. see telnet-ssl, this one has encryption and certificates support (but that's useless without a remote telnetd-ssl except to play and telnet to an https web server)
harkyeah, or telnet-ssl
wauantok i will try with ssh
ty for help
sepwauant, get putty if you need to connect from a windows machine
DaveyBDoesn anyone know how I can hook up my evolution web client with my OWA Exchange servers web based login screen?
enoufcreature: sorry .. I'm only the nighttime janitor
hark#evolution maybe (on irc.gnome.org)
creatureenouf: It's Ok, I think you've given me enough pointers to get me going.
enoufand since no one else wanted to touch your stinkin mess .. I'd thought I'd try to help you clean it up :-P
creatureHey, it's not a mess yet!
enouf!pal creature
actiondpkg points at creature and laughs uproariously
dpkgpoints at creature and laughs uproariously
Solakhmm. is there a way I can find out which apps were installed from the info in a .tar of the /etc dir?
blackredheey guys i really need help on this one.

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