#gentoo - Wed 21 Feb 2007 between 16:59 and 17:15

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jeevesmarienz: Package: app-admin/webapp-config Herd: web-apps Maintainer: web-apps@gentoo.org
Dr-Hfuhruhurrmarienz, n/m I found one ;-)
zlinDr-Hfuhruhurr: actually I think it's wrobel
loki_valzerrez-diku: using e1000 network card driver?
FunnyMan3595mechtn: sse sse2 mmx mmxext
mechtn: Don't ask me why it's mmxext and not mmx2...
mechtnFunnyMan3595, thanks.. those are the things that i really need to know.. its hard for newbies to figure out.. all the use flags
zerrez-dikuloki_val, CONFIG_E1000 is not set
FunnyMan3595mechtn: Tell me about it. I'm only a couple weeks old, Gentoo-wise.
firelordHow can I start up a vncserver listening on a specific network interface (I have 3 on my system)
AMD-64in the default runlevel, I get for each script error messages like "Could not create needed directory '/var/lib/init.d/..." . How can I solve this problem?
zerrez-dikuloki_val, i am on an SMP enabled system.. so it might be the same bug
Gremlin484firelord: use -rbfport xxxx to specify the port
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loki_valzerrez-diku: try this google search: arch/i386/mm/highmem.c:42 site:lkml.org
Gremlin484firelord: disregard that last statement
texnofobixfirelord: you could limit it by a firewall :\
loki_valzerrez-diku: seems to be .19-specific. There's been a lot of SMP-cleanup in .20. Might work if you upgrade.
PeterFAMy Gentoo installation is at 59% of a 40 gig partition. I have about 1200 packages installed. Is this normal?
AMD-64by the way linux crashed hardly at booting one time before these errors appeared
firelordGremlin484: limit it? I can only reach it on one network...
AMD-64I also already re-emerged baselayout
Gremlin484firelord: I'd imagine it uses whatever your network routing table specifies is the default.
loki_valPeterFA: filesystem?
PeterFAloki_val, ext3
Gremlin484firelord: I'd recommend the -listen ipaddr option to specify the ip address it should bind to.
firelord: Are you using x11vnc or vncserver?
firelordGremlin484: vncserver
Gremlin484: ahh. The manpage for Xvnc is very enlightening
Gremlin484: -interface is my friend :)
Gremlin484firelord: I only have x11vnc installed, but I believe they have similar options (if not exactly the same)
loki_valPeterFA: Ext3 doesn't do well with small files. IIRC, /usr/portage/ could be huge. And if it's an old system, /usr/src could be enormous.
PeterFAloki_val, wazzat command again that finds out how much space a directory takes up? dt?
loki_valPeterFA: du -s -h /usr/src/*
Gremlin484PeterFA: df can be useful as well...
loki_valPeterFA: will take *time*. Iterates through each and every file.
deitarionI'm about to attach a USB numpad to my system for use as a media control keypad via Audacious 1.3alpha's evdev plugin, but I worry that X.org will auto-configure it as a numpad. What should I do to prevent that? (eg. Does X.org use a non-evdev device node I could mask out using udev? Does xorg.conf have a way to blacklist devices?)
PeterFAloki_val, /usr/src is 1.3 gig.
loki_valPeterFA: /home isn't on this partition, right?
PeterFAloki_val, that's right.

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