Kev | 1 Jan 05:15 2005

Re[2]: Clamfilter with postfix

> Kev <savage-garden <at> hanikamail.com> wrote:
> > are there any one who is using  Clamfilter with postfix 
> > (http://www.ensita.net/products/clamfilter/)  ?
> > 
> > and does it work properly for SMTP Relay Server ?
> 
> you might want to inquire about this on the postfix users mailing list,
> more info at http://www.postfix.org/lists.html 
> 

Well, i did but no luck so far.... :(

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Mário Gamito | 4 Jan 21:21 2005
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3 in 1

Hi,

I have this huge disk :) and want to have windows 2003, Mandrake, and  WBEL.

I've installed first windows, second WBEL, and third Mandrake.
After the WBEL instalation, i got the grub menu with an entry for 
windows, and another for WBEL.

After the Mandrake installation, i only got Windows and Mandrake to boot.
I'm not sure, but i think that's maybe because WBEL uses grub, and 
Mandrake, LILO.

What do you think ?

Installing Windows -> Mandrake -> WBEL will solve the problem getting 
the 3 entries in the boot menu ?

Any help would be apreciated.

Warm Regards.
Mário Gamito
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Boris B. Zhmurov | 4 Jan 21:43 2005
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Re: 3 in 1


Hello, Mário Gamito.

On 04.01.2005 23:21 you said the following:

| Hi,
|
| I have this huge disk :) and want to have windows 2003, Mandrake, and
| WBEL.
|
| I've installed first windows, second WBEL, and third Mandrake.
| After the WBEL instalation, i got the grub menu with an entry for
| windows, and another for WBEL.
|
| After the Mandrake installation, i only got Windows and Mandrake to boot.
| I'm not sure, but i think that's maybe because WBEL uses grub, and
| Mandrake, LILO.
|
| What do you think ?

You can use GRUB with mandrakelinux, it's tunable. Change LILO to GRUB
in mandrakelinux installation process.

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Mário Gamito | 4 Jan 21:59 2005
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RAM

Hi,

I have at work for desktop a 1.7 GHz Celeron, with a 256 MB dimm at 333 
MHz in one slot.

I have two free slots.

Well, it happens the i have two dimms of 64 MB each at 100 MHz.

If i add them to the machine, (making a total of 384 MB) will i gain or 
loose in the overall performance (because of the bus speed difference?)

Thank you.

Warm Regards.
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Gianluca Riccardi | 5 Jan 22:02 2005
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IBM x205 and /dev/ttySx

hello all,
i'm using three IBM x205 running Debian 3.0r4 and Linux 2.4.26 and i'm 
having the following misbehavior:
trying to use a device connected on the ttySx i'm not able to 
communicate with it, it's a an italian UPS connected for 
control/management on /dev/ttyS0, none of the three servers are able to 
communicate with it, but i tried two commercial motherboards running the 
same OS on the same serial ports are just fine. The answer i've had from 
the UPS seller is that they always had this kind of problem with IBMs 
which isn't such a great answer i guess. Did someone ever had the same 
problem using serial ports and IBM servers?
What i think is that the voltage +/- 5V generates a misagreement between 
the hardware and the driver, but at the moment i'm only guessing i 
didn't get deep on the matter yet.

thanks in advance,
Gianluca Riccardi
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Kirkwood, David A | 6 Jan 22:13 2005
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dump on ext3

Does dump work reliably on an ext3 filesystem?

Here's the senario:

I have a raid 5 linux system ( RH 7.3 ). I currently backup the system to
tape in case of catastrophic failure. I am up to multitape backups for full
user partitions.I want to use incremental dumps and spread my full system
dumps further apart, but tme man page says dump can be used for ext2. There
is no mention of ext3 one way or the other. Assuming 1 tape drive, the need
to do backups unattended, the inability to shut the system down  
everttime I need to dump files, I need to use dump unless someone has a
better solution. New backup h/w etc in not an option as i have already
submitted need for tape library etc and its working its way through the
corporate higharchy but it may be 6 month untill I see something.

As always, all input is appreciated.

Dave
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Jim C. Brown | 6 Jan 22:55 2005
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Re: dump on ext3

On Thu, Jan 06, 2005 at 04:13:16PM -0500, Kirkwood, David A wrote:
> Does dump work reliably on an ext3 filesystem?
> 
> Here's the senario:
> 
> I have a raid 5 linux system ( RH 7.3 ). I currently backup the system to
> tape in case of catastrophic failure. I am up to multitape backups for full
> user partitions.I want to use incremental dumps and spread my full system
> dumps further apart, but tme man page says dump can be used for ext2. There
> is no mention of ext3 one way or the other. Assuming 1 tape drive, the need
> to do backups unattended, the inability to shut the system down  
> everttime I need to dump files, I need to use dump unless someone has a
> better solution. New backup h/w etc in not an option as i have already
> submitted need for tape library etc and its working its way through the
> corporate higharchy but it may be 6 month untill I see something.
> 
> As always, all input is appreciated.
> 
> Dave

I'm not 100% certain of this, but it should work. File system wise, ext3
is just ext2 with a journal inode (which looks like a regular ext2 file).

I suppose it is possible that dump might have a problem with the journal inode
on a mounted ext3 system, but even if that is the case it should be easy to work
around, as it seems Dump 0.4b36 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/dump/
supports ext3 (all versions do, but that's the only one called ext2/ext3 dump).

You might also be interested to read this, from
http://nslug.ns.ca/pipermail/nslug/2003-November/005980.html
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Miguel González Castaños | 11 Jan 14:35 2005
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Re: RAM

Mário Gamito escribió:

> Hi,
>
> I have at work for desktop a 1.7 GHz Celeron, with a 256 MB dimm at 
> 333 MHz in one slot.
>
> I have two free slots.
>
> Well, it happens the i have two dimms of 64 MB each at 100 MHz.
>
> If i add them to the machine, (making a total of 384 MB) will i gain 
> or loose in the overall performance (because of the bus speed 
> difference?)
>
> Thank you.
>
> Warm Regards.

Hi,

Your RAM memory then It will work at 100 Mhz, not at 333 Mhz ? (I dont
know any dimm at this speed...dont you mean 133?)...

I dont think that you will get so much improvement with that increase
of memory...I would recommend you to get either modules of 100 Mhz or
133 Mhz...also of the same size...three modules of 64, 128 or 256
Mb...In the second-hand market is not that difficult to get one (try at
ebay)...

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chuck gelm | 11 Jan 15:23 2005
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Re: RAM

Mário Gamito wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have at work for desktop a 1.7 GHz Celeron, with a 256 MB dimm at 333 
> MHz in one slot.
> 
> I have two free slots.
> 
> Well, it happens the i have two dimms of 64 MB each at 100 MHz.
> 
> If i add them to the machine, (making a total of 384 MB) will i gain or 
> loose in the overall performance (because of the bus speed difference?)
> 
> Thank you.
> 
> Warm Regards.

Dear Mario:

If your system is using much 'swap',
  it could be a performance increase.

If your system is not using/needing memory above 256MB,
  it could be a performance decrease.

HTH, Chuck

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Luca Ferrari | 17 Jan 17:30 2005

hp lj 1320 and old lpr

Hi,
I've got a new lj 1320 with the embedded jetdirect, and I was wondering if 
it's possible to print from an old linux version (red hat 6.2), but even 
configuring the printer through the printtool, and even if I don't have any 
error message, the printer does not work. Of course it works with newever 
versions, like suse 9, but I'd like to make it running with the old server, 
so any idea about what to do? (I'm using lpd).

Thanks,
Luca
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