knows why my xfs reads are so slow and writes are so fast?
|satnone_||without athentication is it at all possible to gain access to a published dotted file?|
|Teal||I know this is not related to suse, but I've got a problem I need solved fast. How do I save the images off a flash site?|
Like if you press print, it will print it out.
But I don't have a coloured printer and so I want the images saved to print elsewhere where there is a coloured printer.
|kkathman||should be able to snapshot it then print it|
|Teal||How do I snapshot? I'm windows I could press Crtl+Print Screen and it would copy the desktop then I could paste it into photoshop.|
But here it doesn't seem to be working when trying to paste into The GIMP.
|Raden||can someone tell me why whenever i add a install repo that ysat just sits there twiddling its thumbs ?|
|macka||say there's a script that's run during init that has all its output redirected to dev null, but in that script I wanted to echo a few things and prompt the user for a couple of things. I don't have the ability to change the redirect - how could I achieve my goal?|
Raden: it's downloading the package information. This can take a while. IMHO, Yast should tell you this and give you a progress bar. Better still - launch something to do it in the background while you keep working
|action||Mook wonders if macka can use stderr or something|
|Mook||wonders if macka can use stderr or something|
echo foo >&2
|macka||script.sh &> /dev/null|
tried that ;-)
a little more background - I'm building machines with autoyast. On the first boot I want to prompt for a couple of things - hostname, root pw and net info. Autoyast doesn't provide anywhere near enough features to automate this properly
would something like dialog help maybe?
that's still stdout isnt' it?
|Raden||macka, no progress bar thats what worries me|
|macka||in dialog? sure there is, but I don't need one - just a few prompts and a big screen that says "You're a moron if you don't do this"|
Raden: oops.. you're talking about your problem
Raden: go get a coffee/coke/beer/scotch
|ethernalq||Raden: type this to see what yast is doing... tail -f /var/log/YaST2/y2log|
|Raden||never had this issue till i got 10.2|
|macka||if [ -z $JOB]; then; repeat(); fi|
|pcapazzi||Hey all.... how's everyone|
|macka||can anyone help me with my prob?|
|pcapazzi||<- noob... probaby can't help ya|
|ethernalq||macka, can you echo to > /dev/console|
|pcapazzi||If there's someone in here who can answer a question about scripting w3m lemme know.|
(or other ideas for automating downloads from website through https that require a login
|macka||haven't tried. might work. Guess I won't be able to prompt for things though|
|macka||I'll try that - it'll fix half my problem|
|Raden||it just sits there with a spinny clock on the mouse cursor|
|Talon^||quick question: (OpenSuSE 10.2) I installed KDE, and when I click links in other applications like IRC clients for a perfect example, my default browser happens to be konquerer, how do I change this?|