#debian - Wed 21 Feb 2007 between 00:00 and 00:04

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stanfordstreuner, i can see it in lspci but I don't know which module it loads when I type lsmod because there's so many
actionkarsten hands litage a pair of boot straps.
karstenhands litage a pair of boot straps.
LeFallenAnyone know of a PCI-X SATA2 card that uses the Sil3124 chipset?
ixrpkarsten: i know the option mailto; so the answer to my question is a simply NO, you can't modify the options of the email sent by cron; you can only specify the local account.
JB318Is this the place for etch d-i RC1 issues?
litageah
streunerstandford: no, which d-i (debian-installer) and what NIC do you have (lspci -v | grep -i eth)
GuerinJB318: #debian-boot irc.debian.org
stewJB318: rc1 is known to be broken, use a daily build
claudio`stew: sure: http://channels.debian.net/paste/5445
JB318Guerin: Is that OFTC?
GuerinJB318: yes.
JB318k, thx
ixrpkarnten: but thanks for your support.
karstenixrp: No.
ooXooGuerin, the nolog option in reiserfs diables journaling
GuerinooXoo: good luck with that.
karstenixrp: The answer is "if you want explicit control over mail options, handle the mail yourself (which does suggest that cron's abilities are limited)".
stewclaudio`: so the problem is that you already installed iceweasel from testing, but you are running stable
jetscreamerlitage: If prompt isn't set, when the word "LILO" appears, press Control, Shift, or Alt, and the boot prompt appears. You also can press the Scroll Lock key before LILO is printed and not have to wait poised over the keyboard for the right moment.
stewclaudio`: you can't mix stable and testing
stanfordstreuner, it's a marvell technology card and i see 88E8036
karstenixrp: cron will simply bundle up and stdout/stdin and generate mail. If there's no output, there's no mail. If you want *explicit* mail handling, pipe your output to a client or your mailserver directly with headers and arguments you want. I'd script that rather than try to do it all on the crontab line.
jetscreamerhttp://72.14.203.104/linux?q=cache:aC7ho4gcykQJ:www.unix.org.ua/orelly/linux/lnut/ch04_05.htm+lilo+boot:+manpage&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=12&gl=us&lr=lang_en
stanfordstreuner, the netinstall cd was stable version downloaded yesterday
litagejetscreamer: thanks. i'll read through lilo's manpage to find out about the prompt
claudio`stew: can't i use the backports.org software with a stable release?
streuner!d-i standford
stanfordstreuner, do you think testing cd would work?
dpkgstandford, you want to go to http://www.debian.org/releases/sarge/debian-installer/ or http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/ if you've got hardware that the 3.1r3 installer doesn't support - for your own good, and everyone else's.
stewclaudio`: yes, but not the testing one that you have installed
ixrpkarsten: what's the best shell command for send emails across a shell script? mail? i don't have the mail command. i have postfix.
streunerstandford: sure, just try the second URL mentioned (d-i)
stewclaudio`: what version does "dpkg -l libc6" report?
me_toohi
haggzI think the website designers/maintainers should streamline and update the path to Etch installation, I think the average 'I want to try Debian' person is installing Sarge a lot more often than Etch, and using a suboptimal installation path 50% of the time when they do find the Etch links.
me_toohow do i install debian with kernel 2.6? it keeps putting 2.4 even though the website page i got the ISO off of said 2.6 was the default for sarge
karstenixrp: Depends on what you want to do. Debian's 'mail' is pretty full-featured. I frequently invoke mutt. Or any Sendmail-compatible MTA (postfix, exim4).
claudio`stew: 2.3.2.ds1-22sarge5
stanfordokay, thanks I'll try that

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