johnw - Sat, 2006-06-03 01:02
Tried to install bittorrent and bittorrent-gui.
Both installed (seemingly), but /usr/share/bittorrent seems empty and there's nothing in the KDE menu that I can find. Trying to install kbittorrent. No Debian Sarge package available, so I downloaded the source, unpacked the tar.gz, cd to that directory and typed ./configure as per the instructions on the download page.
"in the prefix, you've chosen, are no KDE headers installed. This will fail."
Installed kdelibs-dev package and tried ./configure again. This time it says:
johnw - Sun, 2006-04-30 19:54
johnw - Fri, 2006-04-14 15:25
Modern distros, with funky desktop GUIs, alpha-blending, cubes that rotate, snazzy graphics of every kind... you have to admire them, but at the same time they may not fit easily (or perform quickly) on an older machine.
Suggestions please, for what distros are useful on a Pentium II with perhaps 64M or 128M of ram?
Anonymous (not verified) - Wed, 2006-03-22 11:01
Squid is a web proxy -- it handles http requests for clients. It will cache recent lookups which will improve performance/reduce internet traffic, and it also gives you stronger options for restricting online activity.
A lot of people find this fiddly. First, you create an acl (access control list), then you grant/deny access. The first match wins:
Anonymous (not verified) - Wed, 2006-03-22 10:53
Anonymous (not verified) - Wed, 2006-03-22 10:07
Sound cards changing order on each boot
I have two sound cards in this machine:
0000:00:06.0 Multimedia audio controller: nVidia Corporation nForce2 AC97 Audio Controler (MCP) (rev a1)
0000:01:08.0 Multimedia audio controller: Ensoniq 5880 AudioPCI (rev 02)
The first is an on-board devices and uses the snd-intel8x0 module, the second is a Sound Blaster 4.1 PCI card, which uses the snd-emu10k1 module.
johnw - Tue, 2006-03-21 14:29
Some people like to keep their mailboxes free of spam. Some people like to invent ways of avoiding spam. And some people like to keep their mailboxes free of the results of such actions.
A typical extract from the mailing list:
Anonymous (not verified) - Sat, 2006-03-18 11:47
Setting up FUSE under Debian
Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) is a technology that allows programs operating in userspace to be mounted in the same way as filesystems based in the kernel can be. This allows a userspace program to interface to all sorts of services, or create completely virtual filesystems through a generic interface back to the kernel. Filesystems currently available via FUSE are listed on their wiki: FUSE wiki: FileSystems.
Installing the Sun J2SE JRE (Java Runtime Environment) on Ubuntu Breezy
Started by PaulStimpson. Being able to view Java content in a browser is pretty important for many websites. Ubuntu Breezy installs with the Firefox browser as standard but without the Sun JRE.