Hi. Please take a little time to peruse my list of today's traumas. If
you can help with any of this, I'd appreciate it. It's all re
InfoMagic's 6 CD set (Dev.'s Resource).
Debian, kernel 2.0.27. Buslogic ISA scsi, 32 mb 30 pin ram on simm
(works fine). When running dselect, it asks for the directory with
in it (which I've determined is /cdrom). What do I say for the
directories it asks for?
cron won't restart itself at re-boot. I've pored over /etc/init.d,
/etc/crontab.[daily|weekly|monthly], but precious little of what I
in the documentation explains the debian cron layout.
which gives me something like 'Tue Jun 17 16:06:30 MDT 1997'. Then:
gives me GMT. Now:
date -s 'Tue Jun 17 22:18:30 UTC 1997'
makes the clock GMT, correct? Then "clock -ua" will correctly
hardware clock according to /etc/adjtime? It doesn't seem to work
I copied /etc/X11/fvwm2/post.hook to ~/.fvwm2/post.hook, added
+ "emacs" Exec emacs
with no effect after restarting fvwm. How is this supposed to be
How is Debian's sendmail supposed to be [re]configured? If I'm on a
dynamicly allocated address, what do I tell the config program that
it right? I want sendmail to handle local mail, and all the rest to
off on my smarthost. [Please, don't tell me to go back to smail;
kernel and module compilation
How does Debian like to have its kernel and modules built so it will
installed correctly? I've seen so many conflicting signals on this,
of looking for info. For instance, I've been told not to use 'make
'cause Debian puts things in different places and 'make zlilo'
this into account. Has the 'debian_rules' step of the previous
retired? Was it ever relevant?
jed works for both root and user in the console, but complains
not powerful enough for SLang" in an xterm-color terminal.
Thanks for your time.
zcat /usr/doc/timezone/Introduction.gz |*ney | less