kenkensmile | 1 Aug 02:05 2006
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firefox i386 1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4

Hi all

I am using CentOS 4.3 and my default language is Japanese. I am using 
firefox with Japanese language. I installed firefox i386 
1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4 update 15 M on my computer via yum yesterday. 
CentOS 4.3 has been acting strange! Japanese language on firefix has 
gone and English seems to be default language on firefox. I simply 
removed firefox 1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4 and reinstalled firefox 
1.0.7-1.4.3.centos4, so I can use firefox with Japanese language. Would 
you know why this is happening? Is this happening only to me? I 
installed firefox extensions on firefox 1.0.7-1.4.3.centos4. Does it 
affect on firefox i386 1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4? Thanks.
Philip Wyett | 1 Aug 03:25 2006
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Re: firefox i386 1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4

On Mon, 2006-07-31 at 20:05 -0400, kenkensmile@... wrote:
> Hi all
> 
> I am using CentOS 4.3 and my default language is Japanese. I am using 
> firefox with Japanese language. I installed firefox i386 
> 1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4 update 15 M on my computer via yum yesterday. 
> CentOS 4.3 has been acting strange! Japanese language on firefix has 
> gone and English seems to be default language on firefox. I simply 
> removed firefox 1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4 and reinstalled firefox 
> 1.0.7-1.4.3.centos4, so I can use firefox with Japanese language. Would 
> you know why this is happening? Is this happening only to me? I 
> installed firefox extensions on firefox 1.0.7-1.4.3.centos4. Does it 
> affect on firefox i386 1.5.0.5-0.el4.1.centos4? Thanks.

There is a running bug that will be fixed soon with firefox 1.5.0.5.
Once you have updated the upcoming freetype update, if you still have
issues please let us know and we will attempt to help you from there.

Regards

Phil
Barry Brimer | 1 Aug 03:32 2006

Re: ethernet card name eth1 randomly changes

> im having problems installing my nic card. my eth1 keep on renaming randomly 
> to dev****. whenever i change the ifcfg network scripts at sysconfig and 
> reboot, the nic tends to renamed randomly. i have tried changing this thing 
> from davicom to 3com nic's.

Does it do the same thing when booted off of a live cd such as Knoppix?

Barry
Robert Moskowitz | 1 Aug 03:54 2006

Samba/ldap install script from k12osn perl problems

There has been some very good work by a few people over in k12osn for 
setting up a SAMBA PDC/BDC environment.

Thing is their scripts are for Fedora core 3.

There are instructions on how to get things to go step by step instead 
of use the Fedora-based script, so I gave it a try.

Step 1 is to get apt running and everything current. I assumed yum would 
do instead.

step 2 has:

*Installing CPAN bundles

*

Now we need to make sure our perl modules are all there and up to date. 
We can do this easily by

Running

perl -MCPAN -e –shell

Let it run. Answer “no” when it asks about Manual configuration.

Once it stops you'll be at the cpan prompt....type

install Bundle::CPAN

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Craig White | 1 Aug 04:09 2006

Re: Samba/ldap install script from k12osn perl problems

On Mon, 2006-07-31 at 21:54 -0400, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> There has been some very good work by a few people over in k12osn for 
> setting up a SAMBA PDC/BDC environment.
> 
> Thing is their scripts are for Fedora core 3.
> 
> There are instructions on how to get things to go step by step instead 
> of use the Fedora-based script, so I gave it a try.
> 
> Step 1 is to get apt running and everything current. I assumed yum would 
> do instead.
> 
> step 2 has:
> 
> *Installing CPAN bundles
> 
> *
> 
> Now we need to make sure our perl modules are all there and up to date. 
> We can do this easily by
> 
> Running
> 
> perl -MCPAN -e –shell
> 
> Let it run. Answer “no” when it asks about Manual configuration.
> 
> Once it stops you'll be at the cpan prompt....type
> 
> install Bundle::CPAN
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Robert Moskowitz | 1 Aug 05:12 2006

Re: Samba/ldap install script from k12osn perl problems

Craig White wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-07-31 at 21:54 -0400, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>   
>> There has been some very good work by a few people over in k12osn for 
>> setting up a SAMBA PDC/BDC environment.
>>
>> Thing is their scripts are for Fedora core 3.
>>
>> There are instructions on how to get things to go step by step instead 
>> of use the Fedora-based script, so I gave it a try.
>>     
Kay Diederichs | 1 Aug 10:55 2006
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Re: add'l info: x86_64 reproducible server PANIC with latest kernel

Leonardo Vilela Pinheiro wrote:
> 
> On 7/31/06, *Kay Diederichs* <kay.diederichs@... 
> <mailto:kay.diederichs@...>> wrote:
> 
>     I forgot to mention that the problem has nothing to do with the kernel
>     being tainted (due to VMware server).
>     I installed VMware server after being faced with the crashes, to give
>     the Java user a "sandbox" which s/he could crash without taking down
>     the
>     real server. Only then I discovered that VMware server has a memory
>     limitation to 3600MB (I guess because it's not a 64bit application).
> 
>     I see exactly the same crash with a non-tainted kernel.
> 
>     Kay
>     --
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> 
> 
> It´s better that you attach this message as a Reply to the first one you 
> sent, otherwise people aren´t going to link the threads.
> 
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Feizhou | 1 Aug 10:56 2006
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Re: x86_64 reproducible server PANIC with latest kernel

Matthew Miller wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 11:28:21PM +0200, Kay Diederichs wrote:
>> Modules linked in: vmnet(U) vmmon(U) netconsole netdump ppdev nfs nfsd 
>                      ^^^^^,   ^^^^^
> [...]
>> Pid: 16269, comm: java Tainted: PF     2.6.9-42.ELlargesmp
> 
> Your kernel is tainted by binary-only kernel modules. Can you reproduce
> this without these modules loaded?
> 
> 

VMware?
Kay Diederichs | 1 Aug 11:01 2006
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Re: x86_64 reproducible server PANIC with latest kernel

Feizhou wrote:
> Matthew Miller wrote:
> 
>> On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 11:28:21PM +0200, Kay Diederichs wrote:
>>
>>> Modules linked in: vmnet(U) vmmon(U) netconsole netdump ppdev nfs nfsd 
>>
>>                      ^^^^^,   ^^^^^
>> [...]
>>
>>> Pid: 16269, comm: java Tainted: PF     2.6.9-42.ELlargesmp
>>
>>
>> Your kernel is tainted by binary-only kernel modules. Can you reproduce
>> this without these modules loaded?
>>
>>
> 
> VMware?
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I forgot in my first posting to mention that the problem has nothing to 
do with the kernel being tainted (due to VMware server).

I installed VMware server _after_ being faced with the crashes, to give 
the Java user a "sandbox" which s/he could crash without taking down the 
real server. Only then I discovered that VMware server has a memory 
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Feizhou | 1 Aug 11:40 2006
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Re: Re: DNS Server and SQL backend


> Have you ever thought of open-sourcing yours?
> 
> 

There is an open source dns + sql package that is based on djb's tinydns 
and on postgresql if you are interested.

Gmane