Slackware 2.1 where are you?

Slackware 2.1 where are you?

Post by Chris Torri » Thu, 02 Feb 1995 20:16:28



Can anyone tell me were I can order Slackware pro 2.1.

thanks
chris

 
 
 

Slackware 2.1 where are you?

Post by Jeff Kilgo » Fri, 03 Feb 1995 05:26:14


|> Can anyone tell me were I can order Slackware pro 2.1.
|>
|> thanks
|> chris
|>

Chris,

You can order the December 1994 Linux Developer's Resource (3 CD-ROMs)
from InfoMagic. (It includes Slackware 2.1). I installed it last
weekend; it went very smoothly and works great. You can e-mail them

Jeff, KC1MK

 
 
 

Slackware 2.1 where are you?

Post by Nick Kralevi » Fri, 03 Feb 1995 18:34:14




>Can anyone tell me were I can order Slackware pro 2.1.

Check out the installation-howto, available at sunsite.unc.edu
in the directory /pub/LInux/docs/HOWTO.

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Slackware 2.1 where are you?

Post by vp24n.. » Sat, 04 Feb 1995 06:50:37




>|> Can anyone tell me were I can order Slackware pro 2.1.
>|>
>|> thanks
>|> chris
>|>

>Chris,

>You can order the December 1994 Linux Developer's Resource (3 CD-ROMs)
>from InfoMagic. (It includes Slackware 2.1). I installed it last
>weekend; it went very smoothly and works great. You can e-mail them

>Jeff, KC1MK

Or, you can call Infomagic at 1-800-800-6613

Cheers, where everybody knows your name

 
 
 

Slackware 2.1 where are you?

Post by Joel Sag » Sat, 04 Feb 1995 15:02:17


: Can anyone tell me were I can order Slackware pro 2.1.
I belive it is out at ftp.cdrom.com or call 18002742611 this is wallnut
creek ask for the linux toolkit.. its great.

let me know how it goes.

 
 
 

Slackware 2.1 where are you?

Post by C.W.Rac » Wed, 08 Feb 1995 09:22:19


|>
|> Chris,
|>
|> You can order the December 1994 Linux Developer's Resource (3 CD-ROMs)
|> from InfoMagic. (It includes Slackware 2.1). I installed it last
|> weekend; it went very smoothly and works great. You can e-mail them

|>
|> Jeff, KC1MK

I got it loaded okay but there seems to be a change needed for
XF86Config.  'startx' wants XF86Config to have specific section and
subsection statements, but none of the examples delivered have them.

For example:

    Fontpath       "/usr/X386/lib/X11/fonts/misc/"

is no longer acceptable.  One must now have:

    Section "Files"
      Fontpath       "/usr/X386/lib/X11/fonts/misc/"
    EndSection

I haven't figured out all of the rules yet.  With each modification I
think I need I get a new rule.

Does anybody know how this new XF86Config file must be constructed?
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1. bootpd 2.1-4and Slackware 2.1

I'd sure appreciate some help on this one. (I've added some info to what was
in my earlier post.)

Bootpd 2.4 and 2.1 work with some of the machines on our local network
but not on others that are identical--even though all machines work fine
with bootpd 2.1 on our old linux server (1.1.17 kernel) and even though
the offending server machine (which runs Linux 1.2.1 and the rest of
Slackware 2.1) seems to work fine as a named, telnet, ftp,
or httpd server and as a telnet and ftp client.

When the bootp-failing workstations make a request the bootpd server does
receive the packet and correctly determinet the IP address from bootptab.  
Somehow, though, no reply ever reaches the workstation.

The pattern of failing workstations changes hardly at all over a period of
hours even if the bootpd version, the bootptab, and the NIC on the server
are changed and all the stations are powered-down and rebooted,  None of
about a half-dozen Gateway P-90's work.  No IBM PC-XT's or Swan XT-10's
work.  Most of the Swan 386/25's and DX's (but not all of either type) work.
 The Pentia and XT's are on their own coax cables from our central hub but
there are both working and non-working workstations on all other coax
segments.  The problem moves with the NIC if I exchange NIC's in two
(virtually) identical workstations, only one of which doesn't work.
Occasionally, however, a station that wasn't working starts to work
consistently, or stops working.

The new server is a 486DX4/100 4MB 500MB using AT-2000 NIC or Cabletron
2020-X.  The old one is Swan 486DX2/66 8MB 300MB using Cabletron 2010-X.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

2. More info req. on CPIO

3. rlogin can't tell who I am in Solaris 2.1

4. hlp: So very close to Linux as a PPP server

5. Any good to upgrade slackware from 2.0 to 2.1?

6. Help me with cable modem, please?

7. Slackware 2.1 installation on P5-90

8. : scheduler complex macros fixes

9. Slackware 3 vs. RedHat 2.1 which is better?

10. GW2k P90: How to get mouse working (slackware 2.1) ?

11. Installing Slackware 2.1 onto the 3rd IDE drive

12. Q: Slackware 2.1 - Colour text programs

13. Slackware 2.1 X-Window Compiler Blues