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Saw this topic on; https://www.redhat.com/archives/k12osn/ lately.
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You shouldn't need to change anything, just add new application and "Move Up" or "Move Down" to have the order you want. One way. - Control Center - KDE Components/File Assoc. - find filename patterns: doc - click on application virgin kde shows msword - General/Filename patterns: *.doc *.DOC - Desc...
mdadm is used in place of raidtools. Using md, the information is stored on the partition superblock, so it's always there, eve for the next install. What you want to do is keep a copy of your fdisk as; # fdisk /dev/hda > sys_fdisk # fdisk /dev/hdc >> sys_fdisk You can see the raid1 info by; # mdadm...
- 2005/12/07 22:53:56
- Forum: CentOS 4 - Software Support
- Topic: Getting vi instead of vim
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http://www.bostic.com/vi/ Also, there's hundreds of vi sites on the net. Other places of interest are; comp.editors - newsgroup gmane.editors.vim - on gmane, they will also answer vi questions. If you decide to use vim, there are hundreds of sites on the net and more free reading than you care to re...
- 2005/12/07 20:25:32
- Forum: CentOS 4 - Networking Support
- Topic: Map Network Drive
- Replies: 3
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No problem here. Hard to tell anything about your setup, but probably something in your smb.conf. Maybe this simple one will help. Or better yet, for your simple setup put the computer names in both /etc/hosts, with their static IP, otherwise things go bump/bump. Then do ; smbclient -L -U From the c...
I don't have any problems with vncviewer. Not sure what all you have done, but maybe these can offer some help. http://www.redhat.com/magazine/006apr05/features/vnc/ http://www.raoul.shacknet.nu/2005/11/10/configure-vnc-server-in-fedora/ http://fedoranews.org/tchung/vnc/ http://www.linuxquestions.or...