#debian - Wed 9 May 2007 between 16:42 and 16:46

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perlmonkeyi wont touch it
stewOverflow-debian: that is the audio group
enoufheh
Overflow-debianok
stewOverflow-debian: so what did you mean by "i can't find the group 'audio'"?
Overflow-debiani went to 'users and groups' in gnome btw, and couldnt find it.. lol silly me
concept10enouf, i know how to check whats actually going on in the current runlevel (by default), i was looking for a tool that more or less says "Hey, these services are currently running"
Overflow-debianbut still no sound
dZen|n|upfated succesfull but stilll same error
humboltoabrotman: when doing MAKEDEV in /dev: .udevdb presence implies active udev. Aborting MAKEDEV invocation.
dZen|n|damn :D
Overflow-debiansilence is bliss
humboltowhere to pastebin?
concept10enouf, not a big deal though, it was for someone else. I was just wondering the best way to do it
abrotmanhumbolto: damn udev
!paste
dpkgpaste is, like, Do NOT paste into the channel. Use http://channels.debian.net/paste on FreeNode and http://channels.debian.net/paste2/ on OFTC or if those are not working, ask me about <pastebin> for other options
stewOverflow-debian: does /dev/dsp exist?
eeyore-humbolto: ok then, load the proper kernel module?
Overflow-debianyes exists
naitramif my machine dies, what do I need to have backed up to restore it? What sort of backup provisions would one normally take?
c5jrnaitram, that is a very open ended question.
enoufOverflow-debian: cat /etc/group | cut -d: -f1 | sort does that show an audio group?
eeyore-naitram: "normally"? most people don't back up.
Overflow-debianyes
c5jrif we are talking about a server, there are best practices
humboltoeeyore-: I am running from some bootable CD chrooted (not debian) since I can't boot into debian
enoufconcept10: well .. i use sysv-rc-conf to see what's set, and ps aux, pstree -lunap, and htop
c5jrthat most people tend to think you should adhere to
stewOverflow-debian: what happens when you run "cat /dev/random > /dev/dsp"?
Overflow-debian: err, use /dev/urandom not /dev/random
eeyore-humbolto: so why you want devices when you're in chroot environment?
Overflow-debian/dev/dsp: Device or resource busy
naitramc5jr: ok so close the gap. yes what is the best practices for server backup
Overflow-debiank 1 sec
humboltoeeyore-: I want to regenerate the device files for the next boot
eeyore-: just in case
eeyore-naitram: everything, full and incremental. full every week, incremental every night. four to six weeks rotation.
Overflow-debiansame.. busy
enoufhumbolto: paste? did i miss it?

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