#debian - Wed 9 May 2007 between 17:49 and 17:53

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r0otz_stew: something changes my internal IP address once ina while.. sometimes twice a day sometetimes once in a month
stewr0otz_: is the ISP ip the one that is changing, is that the one you are asking about?
grendelsonwhat is the cmd to check the superblock on partitions - I have some LVM LVs that I can see but cant mount due to bad superblock...
purplepenguinsthe debian torrent tracker lists three different dvd's
EdLinxoz: I think Novell made a big mistake with making a deal with MS, but wrt SCO they've been consistent.
r0otz_stew: no sir
purplepenguinscan you install with just one?
r0otz_stew: isp ip is not static.. not unless i buy so that one i know about.. but its the other ip the network ip
stewr0otz_: yes, its your dhcp server, which you said was running on your router which runs dhcp3, but that is aparantely not the case
xozEdLin: well, it is still remains to be seen at the end. money speaks
r0otz_stew: the local ip address.. even if u dont have isp
chop1eeyore-: I think it's a matter of communication expectations... no one at Debian thinks "sid is awful, we are ashamed" that I know of. The "stay away from sid unless you can handle breakage" is more a warning to keep people from innocently installing sid and then thinking bad of Debian because they have to do awful hackery to recover their system when it trips over a postinst and dies.
stewr0otz_: you need to figure out which of your machines is running a dhcp server then
r0otz_stew: what shall i do to it then? yes hdcp running on router ur right
chop1eeyore-: Lord knows we get enough people using sid and bitching about bugs as it is
xozEdLin: what do you think is the motivation behind ms deal?
stewr0otz_: hdcp? you mean dhcp?
purplepenguinsI remember installing sarge back in the day
EdLinxoz: easy money.
r0otz_stew: how do i do that? i mean this one is theo nly one thats linux the rest of the network is all wndows
stew: dhcp sorry
xozEdLin: yep
chop1eeyore-: I like to see them on IRC -- proudly announcing that some package or other is misbehaving as if they expect us to spring into action and fix it in real time for them :-)
\amethystEdLin: actually, what would be nice would be to model an XML document as a filesystem
purplepenguinsso, anyone?
stewr0otz_: no, your router is not running dhcp, or else "netstat -plunt | grep :67" would tell you
EdLin\amethyst: you've been playing with FUSE, eh? :-)
alleyoopsterpurplepenguins: you can get an install from just cd1 if you need to. DVD I have never used
purplepenguinsokay, that is what I thought
1 CD it is
\amethystEdLin: Yeah. I think "everything is a filesystem" might be a better model than "everything is a file"
r0otz_stew: damn.. so windows has dhcp??
purplepenguinsthanks :)
EdLin\amethyst: could be.
r0otz_stew: so one of the computers on the network is running dhcp?
stew: its not this one? (running irssi + screen on debian 4.0)
EdLin\amethyst: but then you lose some transparancy and simplicity.
alleyoopsterpurplepenguins : there are alternative CD 1 for xfce or kde
\amethystEdLin: in the simple cases, a filesystem would provide just a single file as its root :)
stewr0otz_: i dont' know. some machine on your network is running a dhcp server. it is definately not your router. if the only other thing you have on the network on your side of the router is windows machines, then yes, windows is running a dhcp server

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