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errr i cant give a definative answer, but i know theres some command that will give you the codes of the keys (so you run it, press the buttons and it will echo the codes for them). You can then edit the keymap, put in the codes and set them to what you want; such as run a command.
Have you seen the new tiny laptop that runs a Xandros variant? have you? I'm thinking of trying to get one for myself... its so tiny and would probably run pretty nicely. Especially if i got the cheapest version then upgraded the RAM. Here's one guys review where he claims they are not binding to th...
- Thu Nov 22, 2007 9:45 am
- Forum: The Lounge
- Topic: need some info - read (ammo)
- Replies: 2
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that nx technology is pretty nifty. My ISP is setting up online PCs with it for their clients. They have servers hosted on their fibre network and we login using the free nxclient (which they had to patch up quite a bit apparently). Not enough CPU to have every user dling through bittorrent clients ...
- Mon Nov 19, 2007 9:53 pm
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: Void's beautiful index pages
- Replies: 6
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it would appear that the HEADER.html is added to the index just after the body tag, and the README.html is added just before the closing body tag. This almost limits my usage of CSS and wont let me change the title, i'll see what i can do. Any idea if this is something special/weird/can be changed w...
7 to 8. The naming problems are things such as python-newt-f8 conflicts with package newt-f7, but there is several instances (libuser, system-config-printer-libs, x264, et cetera, et cetera). Some of the replacements work like theyre supposed to (ie. 'kdeprinting-libs-f8 replacing kdeprinting-f7') P...
I've come across a few different errors trying to do a YUM update. Cant allocate memory and several packages that have been renamed conflict with current packages (the ones they are supposed to be replacing). If I burned the DVD and did an update with that, would i still have these problems? Does it...
- Wed Nov 14, 2007 9:33 pm
- Forum: Fedora/Red Hat
- Topic: Yum upgrade cant allocate memory
- Replies: 0
- Views: 3617
So my second attempt at a Yum upgrade after moving my var directory to my other HD to make room for all the dled packages and whatnot. I get this error about 48 times before it segfaults. Updating : libgomp ################### [ 48/2115] error: Couldn't fork %post: Cannot allocate memory zsh: 13024 ...
I tried to do a YUM upgrade over the net. Told me i had to remove ffmpeg, libquicktime, kino... which in turn i had to remove mplayer, any non-free plugins (xine and amarok). I read up a bit and it seems that after i upgrade i should be able to reinstall these, but they need to be removed because of...
- Mon Nov 05, 2007 10:02 pm
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: converting odt to plaintext en masse
- Replies: 8
- Views: 10697
Anyone know a way to convert a directory with a bunch of odt files into plaintext. There is no formatting in the files (other than line breaks).