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Tuesday, February 3rd, 2004

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4:14a
Hi.
I have more RAM than I used to, so am wanting to give Linux more swap space, which I plan to devote a separate drive to. I am wondering now that the old swap space (/dev/hda1) is unneeded, how to go about resizing my root partition (/dev/hda2) to use the whole disk?
Thanks in advance.
8:12a
please help - USB
I`m connect my cell phone via USB. Dont`t work. In /var/log/messages this text:

Feb 1 19:21:35 localhost kernel: hub.c: new USB device 00:07.4-1, assigned address 3
Feb 1 19:21:35 localhost kernel: usb.c: USB device not accepting new address=3 (error=-110)
Feb 1 19:21:35 localhost kernel: hub.c: new USB device 00:07.4-1, assigned address 4
Feb 1 19:21:35 localhost kernel: usb.c: USB device not accepting new address=4 (error=-110)

What this? What error?
1:14p
Active Directory Integration -- Out of the Box
Hello all. Long time (6+ years) linux user; first post to this community.

This question was also posted on LinuxQuestions.org.


I want a distro that, out of the box, acts like a Windows client. Finds my local NT/AD domain(s), and allows me to login _as a user of that domain_ or only as a local user.

When logged in as a user of a domain, I should have transparent access to network resources allowed to me.

Finally, I want to stress this needs to be absolutely "out of box" -- no compiles, installs, or file tweaks. It should Just Work.

Doesn't seem to be any distribution that will do this yet, and that really bites ass. We have the technology to do this. PAM, CIFS, Samba 3.0 and kerberos can make this happen.

I want you to prove me wrong. Find me a distrobution that does this.

Cheers,
J. Thomas
2:09p
Darl goes to Harvard, shocked at negative response
In case you didn't already spot this on Slashdot:

http://web.mit.edu/jonas/www/faim/

Current Mood: amused
4:55p
Okay here is a question that Ineed help on...
I don't know if this is possible but hey a stupid question is one unanswered.

Here is the setup.

DSL single static IP that goes in to a DSL modem/router with nat. Port forwarding and DMZ are avaliable to use and work just fine.

My current setup is a RH 8 machine behind that with certain ports forwarded to the RH machine for web/email/ssh etc. Works great, virtual hosting using names works perfectly.

Here is what I want to do since I have a new toy.

I want to have 2 web servers running. One being the RH machine and the second being a PS2 (w00t linux kit) Now what I'm wondering is can I setup a proxy of sorts on the RH machine that say when a request for ps2.whatever.com is called it grabs that from the ps2 and servers it to the user?
I'm not even exactly sure how you would word that. If anything maybe a little like load balancing but not really. I know apache has a proxy component but I haven't had the time to look.

Just point me in the right direction or give me a query for google.com/linux and I'll take it from there.

Thanks in advance.
5:33p
Trouble starting mysqld
Hi everybody,

I'm trying to install mysql. I got the source, compiled and installed it, but it didn't work. I did something wrong along the way, but just gave up. So I went ahead and installed an rpm. I made the mistake of just clearing the entire mysql directory from my /usr/local/mysql directory, hoping that it would go away, but now when I start service mysql and then run mysqladmin, i get this:

040203 17:32:06 Can't start server: Bind on TCP/IP port: Address already in use
040203 17:32:06 Do you already have another mysqld server running on port: 3306 ?
040203 17:32:06 Aborting
040203 17:32:06 mysqld: Shutdown Complete

I guess I didn't remove enough of the previous installation. How can i remove the entire thing and then let the new rpm take care of itself?

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