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Saturday, March 20th, 2004

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Linux and soundcards
Hey all, I had a customer come in yesterday that was looking for
repository of sound cards that were supported in Linux - I directed him
to http://linux-sound.org/. However, I think linux-sound is not quite a
repository for hardware support, as it is for anyone that has an interest in sound applications and linux. Does anyone know of a good repository for soundcard support in Linux that I can direct people to in the future? Thanks in advance.
Having computer problems. Anyone have an idea what is wrong? My landlords did some work thing where they had to cut off power. When the power came back on something was screwed up, my main system no longer has a connection. It was working just fine, I had rebooted the computer a few times earlier with no problem, but I hadn't rebooted the server.

I use iptables to route the traffic through the server (which I am typing this on now) to my main system using:

ifconfig eth1 broadcast netmask
iptables -A POSTROUTING -t nat -s -j MASQUERADE

The server has an internet connection fine. ifconfig shows the above command fine. I have my main system set to with the gateway of From the server I can ping .0.2 just fine (when the main system is on), but the computer can not ping .0.1.

I added some prerouting to forward the port so I could stream my webcam, and I thought that might be the problem:

iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp --dport 8080 -j ACCEPT
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 8080 -j DNAT --to-destination

so I left that off when I rebooted the server and still nothing. I'm just about to saw fuck it and reinstall the server, but then I would lose my webpage and all of that, which would be a hassle.

Anyone think of anything I am doing wrong?
Compiling Linux on Transmeta Crusoe
I have a notebook based on Transmeta Crusoe TM5800 (1Ggz) processor, and I use a linux system on it (ALT Linux 2.0). Can I compile kernel and applications directly in Transmeta VLIW command system, without compiling it to x86 and interpretate to VLIW? It can raise the performance.
Transmeta says, that the x86 command system translator is in the flash ROM, provided with processor. So, it possible to change this program to make possibility to run VLIW commands (and,maybe, x86 commands too). Can anybody do this?
mouse problems
hi...im not sure if this the right community to post this...

ive used mandrake linux for a while..and i decided to try out slackware....after editing lilo to be able to boot into xp and doing the xf86 configuration...i cant get my logitech usb cordless mouse to work..

im on my laptop right now and the problem is on my desktop

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Current Mood: annoyed
Does anyone know of a usb-wifi adapter that will work under Linux?
I have a D-link DWL-122 at home that I bought today, doesn't seem to be
supported. Thanks =-D

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