#debian - Mon 30 Apr 2007 between 06:57 and 07:06

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Eclipserhow can I disable beebing globally from EVERY application..
chronographerI don't know how to browse the shared folders etc. and why my internet stops when im connected.
Gneaudos: can you paste the output of dmesg someplace?
!paster
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hark!bell
dpkgsomebody said bell was "xset b off" in X, or "setterm -blength 0" in console . For some reason, bash beeps excessively when in emacs (default) mode. "set -o vi" puts it in vi editing mode, which doesn't beep on partial completions. See also <shell beep>. or "set bell-style none" in ~/.inputrc
dutchfishGnea, on my machine with i965 problem persist then
Gneadutchfish: what if you switch from kde to fluxbox?
udosdutchfish: we'll know soon... building..
Gneait's also possible that the kernel isn't handling your PCI bus very well
dutchfishGnea, i dont know but tracing it gave me Xorg consuming 300mb+ and eating up massive cycles in spikes
chronographerdon't tell me I am using the wrong software?
dutchfishGnea, no errors what so ever
Gneadutchfish: X isn't eating up the memory, it's the programs that are child programs that are pointing back to Xorg as the parent program so that it LOOKS like Xorg is taking up all of that memory
chronographerI want to connect to a vpn at uni where I have files and access to serial keys for expensive software... I am happy to read a long winded howto or whatever, could someone point me to a good one?
Gneadutchfish: the linux VM doesn't work the same as the windos VM
dutchfishGnea, exactly
Gneaer, windows
dutchfish: so you have to trace it to the specific program itself - could be a configuration issue
dutchfish: but it could be the result of something else on the system going wonky
dutchfishGnea, yes there i also found minors, in some panel-aplets
solemnwarningWould putting my filesystems on an LVM inside an mdadm mirror be a good idea?
Gneaudos: is your kernel booting with any special options?
dutchfishGnea, after removing them it still exists, but still i was left with Xorg consuming much mem
Gnea, nope
chronographerdo i need something like this? # route add default gw 192.168.0.1
udosGnea: no. See http://pastebin.mozilla.org/34101
Gneadutchfish: what happens if you boot linux with this option: pci=routeirq
litagei ran ``sudo pbuilder create --distribution sarge --buildresult /var/pbuild/www-sarge/'' . it's finished, but /var/pbuild/www-sarge/ is empty and /var/cache/pbuilder/build/24442/ seems to have a Debian installation. what did i do wrong?
dutchfishGnea, will check this out in a few minutes, i am not on thi smachine right now
Gneaudos: what laptop is that?
dutchfishGnea, i have a recimpiled kernel as a told a few lines back
udosGnea: LG something or other
dutchfishGnea, problem is no longer relavent for this
Gnea, but if you like i reinstall the default 2.6.18-4 1
Gneaudos: an LG what, exactly?
udosLS50a
Gneadutchfish: nah that's fine - is APIC enabled on your system?
dutchfishGnea, yes

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