#suse - Tue 15 May 2007 between 19:49 and 20:10



jplibresPiN: thanks
aeroevanpoppo: nope :(
poppo: what were you doing?
poppo: yast usually creates backups, like *.YaST2save
poppoyea lucky it did
but i was working with yast http server when this happened
aeroevanstrange...
poppoyea
aeroevani've never had that problem with the http module
sPiNnever had that issue either
poppoaetoevan: it's weired , Huge bug
I was not event on the etc directory
sPiNhttp server has nothing to do with fstab or passwords
poppoi know
sPiNi see no way for that to have happened
poppothats what is strange
aeroevandid you file a bug?
jplibre!thunderbird
SUSEhelpLatest openSUSE+SLE builds for Firefox and Thunderbird: http://software.opensuse.org/download/mozilla/
sPiNthey will toss that right out
poppoI am using SLES
sPiNjplibre, it is there as well
poppo, take it up with your tech then
neehohho una pc amd_64 possibile migrare dalla 10.2 alla 10.2 a 64 bit
sPiN!es
SUSEhelpEn este canal solo se habla ingls. Para ayuda en espaol: /join #opensuse-es
sPiNi think thats spanish...
neehohdo I must write english?
aeroevan!en
SUSEhelp#suse is (proper) English ONLY. See http://en.opensuse.org/Communicate#Internet_Relay_Chat for other language channels.
nikitisDoes OpenSUSE have a guide like this one for Ubuntu? http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Feisty
Sijuyes http://en.opensuse.org/Documentation
Octoberonright - I'm having a bad linux day and I want ot achieve something before I switch off tonight. I've downloaded the Thunderbird tarball and extracted it...and now I'm stuck. What do I do now?
aeroevan!thunderbird
SUSEhelpLatest openSUSE+SLE builds for Firefox and Thunderbird: http://software.opensuse.org/download/mozilla/
Sijudont use tar-balls ... use repos
aeroevanunless you really need to build from source
actionaeroevan uses ppc linux
aeroevanuses ppc linux
howardjDamn, that didnt even work
this is very annoying, I wanna throw my computer out the window

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