|stew||nn-main: the command you need is "man mount"|
|yeonhoo||farseer_, i didnt try this yet i didint know this command thank you farseer_ im going to try know|
farseer_, i didnt try this yet i didint know this command thank you farseer_ im going to try *ow
|hermogenes||!tell jair about install java|
|stew||yeonhoo: where is it mounted?|
|tvynr||Does anyone know where I can find some resources on how to create a Debian package out of some source for an Apache server module? I could use apxs2 to build and install the module, but then it wouldn't be packaged and that would be naaaasty.|
|stew||tvynr: /msg dpkg mg|
|yeonhoo||stew, sorry i didnt understood|
stew, its mounted /etc/fstab ??
|stew||yeonhoo: what directory is /dev/hdb1 mounted to?|
yeonhoo: is it / ? /home? /usr? /tmp?
|yeonhoo||stew, didint catch yet... ahh root|
|farseer_||yeonhoo, if i't your "/" partition then i guess u need a live cd to boot from........|
|yeonhoo||farseer_, yes i have only one system partition|
|tvynr||stew: Yep; I have a little bit of experience with packaging stuff for Debian. I was hoping that there was some Debian-specific tool for auto-packaging Apache module sources, since apache2-dev has the apxs2 tool that compiles and installs custom modules.|
|yeonhoo||stew, one partition i have|
farseer_, and then have to boot from live cd and ? fix?
|farseer_||yeonhoo, yup. that will work|
|WALoeIII||How do I untar something and skip the directory that it is packaged in? foo.tar.gz has the folder foo/ archived, I don't want to unarchive it and have everything in foo/ I want the files to come out and overwrite everything right where I'm untaring|
|stew||yeonhoo: you can't unmount your / partition, you'll have to boot a livecd or and install cd or something|
tvynr: out of curiosity, which module?
|yeonhoo||farseer_, stew thank you !! im going to try this now!!|
|stew||tvynr: i just packaged one recently and didn't really find any shortcuts. i just copied some other module's packaging|
|tvynr||stew: mod_bw. I'm trying to get traffic shaping on a per-file or per-directory basis on my little tin-can-and-string website and I don't want people downloading my .iso to kill my bandwidth.|
|lfs||aDebian:/home/lfs# mkfs.vfat /dev/sdd|
mkfs.vfat 2.11 (12 Mar 2005)
mkfs.vfat: /dev/sdd contains a mounted file system.
WHere is it mounted at?
|Mr_Dave||lfs: type mount and it'll list all mounted devices|
also, you generally don't want to create a FS on the whole device
|stew||nn-main: what filesystem are you trying to mount?|
|s0undt3ch||for all of you interested -> http://blog.ufsoft.org/index.php/2007/05/10/irssi-notification/|
|lfs||Anything, I really want to put grub on the stinking thing|
|Mr_Dave||you almost always want to create a partition that fills the entire disk, and then mkfs.vfat -F[16|32] /dev/sdd1|
|lfs||I was having trouble with parted|