#debian - Mon 30 Apr 2007 between 17:51 and 18:01

NY Lost Funds



itchinzk: Did you use the ip or the comp name?
karstenabrotman: ethtool does it. no args gets speed.
nzkip
usr@ip
tuva reboot fixed that :)
itchinzk: With scp too?
karstenabrotman: Any idea how to get a full list of interfaces?
nzkitchi, yes
dpmdoes anyone know in which package the manual pages for system calls (2) are? I'm trying to execute 'man 2 pipe', but I haven't got that man page installed and I don't know which package it belongs to either
itchinzk: Do you make use of fail2ban or denyhosts or whatever thing that watch the server?
nzkNope
wols_!tell dpm about search
itchidpm: Try man man
HardDisk_WPdoes anyone know where the documentation for kernel modules is located?
itchiHardDisk_WP: Hold on
wols_HardDisk_WP: kernel source documentation/
harkitchi: was just trying again :) yes, i had already set that in driconf before
itchiHardDisk_WP: Here online http://www.gelato.unsw.edu.au/lxr/source/Documentation/kernel-parameters.txt?a=i386
dioscuriI am installing debian on "vista laptop" (dual boot) and want to get free disk space for debian. Will gparted do the job?
HardDisk_WPthx
mutantpineappleshould do
dioscurithanks
HardDisk_WPitchi, there is only 1470 snd-es18xx= [HW,ALSA]
for this module...
but i need to know how the parameters for IRQ/DMA/memory ranges are named
itchiHardDisk_WP: Yeah, not that helpfull :-s
nzk|irssiitchi: here is my line scp /home/andrei/Desktop/*.pl andrei@192.162.2.6:/home/andrei/.irssi/scripts/autorun/
itchinzk|irssi: Should be not a trouble :-s
harkdpm: install manpages-dev
HardDisk_WPaaah
itchinzk|irssi: But, deppend, maybe have some stuff block new connections. Depend of your security policies
HardDisk_WPhttp://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc/doc-php/template.php?company=ESS+Technology&card=.&chip=ES18xx&module=es18xx
dpmhark: thanks
nzkitchi, well, is there any other way to get a file over there?
itchinzk: Do it from the other side
nzk: In the reversed way
nzk|irssiok
itchinzk|irssi: But you should look what's happend heh, looks a bit weird
unlinkwhat's the preferred method of network incremental system backups?
one which doesn't require remote root logins

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