Jwp | 1 Mar 03:36 2004
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Directory mountings

What I am trying to accomplish is giving my ftp clients access my windows box (larger hdd) from their own home directory.

 

Currently the solution I see is to mount the network drive into each of the home directories that need access.  Is there a better way? Is this a bad idea altogether? 

 

I tried mounting the network drive to say /home/ftp/downloads/more and then mounting /home/ftp/downloads to /home/usr/downloads but this doesn’t give me access to the network drive in the /home/ftp/downloads directory.

 

Thanks for you help,

JP

Christian Castaldo | 1 Mar 03:45 2004
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Kernel Panic Error- Please help

I am new to linux so any answer I would appreciate in the simplest plainest 
language possible.  I am getting the same error regardless of which 
distribution I try and install on my machine.  Currently, I am using a 
purchased cd of the lastest fedora dist (text only, no graphics).  I get 
this error after the cd boots and I start the install.  It stops at this 
point.

crc error(6) freeing initd memory: 2941 freed
EXT-2 -fs unable to read superblock iso_fs_read_super: bread failed 
dev=09:02, iso_blkenum=16, block=32
kernel panic: VFS: unable to mount root fs on 09:02

My system is a pentium 233, 4 gig hd and 128 meg ram.  Old but should work.  
It has one partition active right now - a 1 gig dos partition.  I know it is 
not my cds.  I think something is screwy in my bios settings.  Also I was 
able to install basic linux earlier in the day but after I repartitioned the 
hard drive to add the swap and linux partitions (which I have since wiped 
with fdisk) I have hit this same error over and over.  Any help would be 
huge.  Thanks in advance.

- Chris

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Javier Perez | 1 Mar 03:52 2004

RE: Sendmail required?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: fedora-list-admin <at> redhat.com
> [mailto:fedora-list-admin <at> redhat.com]On Behalf Of William Hooper
> Sent: Viernes, 27 de Febrero de 2004 11:19 p.m.
> To: fedora-list <at> redhat.com
> Subject: Re: Sendmail required?
>
>
>
> Steve Berry said:
> > # Do not remove the following line, or various programs
> > # that require network functionality will fail.
> > 127.0.0.1       ZiRCON  localhost
> > 192.168.0.1     Router  Router
>
> "ZiRCON" isn't fully qualified.  Either a) add your domain or b) add
> localdomain
>
> 127.0.0.1 ZiRCON.localdomain ZiRCON localhost localhost.localdomain
>
> That should do the trick.  Also, having Router in there twice shouldn't be
> needed.
>
> --
> William Hooper
>
Sorry, I am Newbie with the same problem.
is the .localdomain textual or is can it be any made up name?

I have a small 2 computer dial up setup at home and I have
always wondered if it is really necessary to have a domain.

I wondered always if like with the 192.168.x.x public
net addersses there is a similar "public" domain that I could
set up my home computers to in order not to conflict with the
larger Internet at large.

Javier

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Alexandre Strube | 1 Mar 04:17 2004
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Re: How to uninstall package?

Em Sáb, 2004-02-28 às 11:14, Guy Bouchard escreveu:
> How can i uninstall package in FC1?
> The package tools give a list but what about something not listed?

If something is not listed, it means that it was not installed by usual
means of rpm (like compiling for yourself), or it was something wrong
with installation. Try installing it again. There's no need to uninstall
it first.
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Alexandre Strube | 1 Mar 04:21 2004
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Re: Active X

Em Sáb, 2004-02-28 às 13:03, Marek Pawinski escreveu:

> Does mozilla out the box or any other Fedora browser support active x ?
> I am having hassles with a site which keeps telling me i need active x 
> to print. There seem to be mozilla plugins which i can download but i am 
> not sure which one.

Active X is native windows stuff. You can run it by running microsoft
internet explorer in linux. This is not trivial, though. you have to
1) install wine
2) go to http://frankscorner.org and look at the installation
instructions.

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Brittany | 1 Mar 04:33 2004
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Updating files

Hello again.

Whenever i update my files it gives me another, newer version whenever i
reboot my machine but what the problem is that i cannot access the
graphical desktop. it gives me the text only. how can i fix it so that
it can work?

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Ben Stringer | 1 Mar 04:33 2004

Re: Kernel Panic Error- Please help

On Mon, 2004-03-01 at 13:45, Christian Castaldo wrote:
> I am new to linux so any answer I would appreciate in the simplest plainest 
> language possible.  I am getting the same error regardless of which 
> distribution I try and install on my machine.  Currently, I am using a 
> purchased cd of the lastest fedora dist (text only, no graphics).  I get 
> this error after the cd boots and I start the install.  It stops at this 
> point.

Sounds like a hardware problem.

try using memtest86 to verify your ram.

It is included on the fedora media - just enter "memtest86" at the
"boot:" prompt. Run a few passes and verify that the ram is good.

It may also be a problem with your harddrive...

Cheers, Ben

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Youssef Makki | 1 Mar 04:49 2004
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Re: Directory Permissions

This worksforme:

/dev/hdb1     /mnt/storage1     auto    rw,noexec,uid=500,gid=500 0 0

It's a fat32 drive.

On Sat, 2004-02-28 at 14:11, Luis A. La Luz wrote:
> I know that there is an obvious answer to this but just started using
> Linux Fedora Core and need help. I have a dual boot system with Linux
> Fedora and Win XP Home. I have Windows on a NTFS partition but put in a
> 30 gbyte vfat partition on the same 120 gbyte hard drive in order to
> share files between systems. I have Linux On a 20 gbyte separate drive.
> I have documents that I want to access and write to from Linux in the
> vfat partition. I edited the fstab file to mount the vfat  partition
> with the following line;
> 
> /dev/hda5	/win		vfat	default		0 0
> 
> Now when I boot up I can access the documents and read and write as root
> but as a regular user I can only read. I looked up the chmod command and
> tried to use it as root to change the permissions to the win directory
> and also used the chown command to change ownership of the directory.
> The system won't let me do either, even as root. I also tried to change
> it fro the console as root but it denied permission. Is it a problem
> with vfat directories or did i edit the fstab file wrong?
> 
> I love working with Linux as I am older and remember my days with DOS
> prompt when learning to use the system was a challenge.
> 
> Luis
> 

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D@7@k|N& | 1 Mar 04:55 2004
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RE: Download a server


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You should be able to install Apache using the Fedora CDs.  The updater won't install an update unless you
have the package already installed.

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Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 3:40 AM
To: fedora
Subject: Download a server

Hi everybody!
I'm searching a good server. I have PHP, I will install
mysql and I don't find Apache with yum. Do you know any
other good server??Or a good tutorial about Apache(with
instructions for install it)??
Thanks
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Mike Dorst | 1 Mar 01:03 2004
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Installation Error

When trying to install; i receive an error right after i proceed from checking 
my media(using the 3 iso's Core 1).  When loading anaconda i get the error:
"error 2 reading header: cpio: Bad magic"
My system is a dell dimension 4400 with P4 2.0GHz, 512 ram, 80gb & 20gb HD's, 
Geforce 3 Ti 200, & SB Live!
I don't have an LCD screen or a usb keyboard or mouse, please help because I 
would love to contribute to the project.

mikedorst <at> cox.net

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