A friend has pointed me to the Pogoplug which right now can be purchased
But you have to be careful because:
"That's what was advertised (the pro), and box (sealed) was labeled
Pogo-P21, which should have been the dual core model, but the device was
labeled Pogo-E02, which is this one:
The labeling mess seems to be as a result of them liquidating the
pre-series 4 models and stuffing them into whatever boxes they have."
There seems to be challenges with Fedora support for these devices?
Plus it is also clear that you might not get what you paid for. Sooo....
I am looking for a cheap, low power platform with ethernet and 4 USB
ports (I would even run my system drive off of USB) with 1Gb memory so I
can load a current FC on it. Duo core would be valuable. I have been
burned with this Lenovo not having duo core...
I need to compile the kernel of Fedora 16 with CONFIG_IWLEGACY_DEBUG=y
(apparently kernel-PAEdebug doesn't activate it).
However as the SRPM for the kernel has various configs and
compat-wireless applied, I'm in doubt where/what should I patch to
Do I have to make a patch and change the SPEC to apply the patch to
the config.mk of the compat-wireless?
Thanks in Advance,
I'm looking for an app able to create a slideshow using images files
(photos). I've tried with Imagination and ffDiaporama, but they lack
the ability of sorting images by date. It's a pain because, images are
imported and it's difficult sort them. Does anyone know an app with
gui that has such a ability?
Thanks in advance!
Sergio Belkin http://www.sergiobelkin.com
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I am wondering if anyone else is seeing this:
My setup is mail servers are F16 vms hostest on F16. My router has
tproxy with squid on F16, many clients are on F16. File servers are
Samba4 on F16.
I am not sure which of the last two glibc versions is the culprit
(although I am leaning toward the last). However, since one of them,
connections to my mail servers hang for a bit. It takes a while for git
to connect to remote git trees (not just gitweb, but git as well). All
web connections hang for up to 30 seconds when starting the connection.
Once connected everything goes fine.
It isn't DNS, as tcpdump shows it happening at normal speed/places (or
it seems so). Squid was updated, but the problem showed up as soon as
the new glibc was allowed to work (restarting daemons) and isn't limited
to just http traffic.
Am I alone in this?
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that enough good men
do nothing." -- Edmund Burke
I've been using the Gnome fallback mode in F15 x86_64; old hardware and
preference. However it seems to not agree with my crt monitor, and has
been lately causing the monitor to go blank on context switches between
console and X. The only solution has been to turn it off and wait for
a while. I thought it was hardware failure, but I've been testing
xfce and it doesn't seem to cause this problem. But the switch between
workspaces is taking 5 to 10 seconds in some cases, and never less than
2 to 3 seconds. In Gnome fallback, switches of workspace are basically
instantaneous. Since I use workspaces to group and organize usage, the
slow switch is a real annoyance. I have found no web noise about this
problem, so I assume is is only me and there is some setting that is
causing this. But I can't find anything. Does anyone have a suggestion
of what might be causing this slow workspace switching in xfce and how
to fix it?
Would someone explain the meaning of the permissions in the last
line below, especially the "+" ?
[root@box6 bobg]# ll /dev/bus/usb/001
crw-rw-r--. 1 root root 189, 0 Feb 28 03:08 001
crw-rw-r--+ 1 root root 189, 2 Feb 28 03:08 003
I understand read, write, and execute, and generally set them
with the values of 4, 2, and 1, but the --. and the --+ don't
seem to be covered in anything I've "googled." "d" for
directory, but "c" ?