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bubray

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  • bubray
    RE: repairing a network, fedora 13, with linksy router
    Check whether you have ethernet card active and ip assigned to it. check whether you get output for the following commands. ifconfig route -nr
    Link to this post 20 Oct 10

    Check whether you have ethernet card active and ip assigned to it.


    check whether you get output for the following commands.

    ifconfig

    route -nr

  • bubray
    RE: Creating File Storage
    You can try http://freenas.org/freenas . I haven't used it though.
    Link to this post 06 May 10

    You can try http://freenas.org/freenas . I haven't used it though.

  • bubray
    RE: Kernel compilation error
    4.3.2.7 do you get it..
    Link to this post 08 Apr 10

    4.3.2.7 do you get it..

  • bubray
    RE: Kernel compilation error
    The gcc version 4.1 is not supported when you compile linux kernel. It is because of the following reason. ========================== These compiler versions are known to miscompile __weak functions and thus generate kernels that don't necessarily work correctly. If a weak function is int he same compilation unit as a caller, gcc may end up inlining it, and thus binding the weak function too early. ========================== You can fix this problem by the following work around. ========================== # yum install gcc43 .. which provides version 4.3 gcc version Example command using gcc-4.3: 'make CC=gcc43' ===========================
    Link to this post 08 Apr 10

    The gcc version 4.1 is not supported when you compile linux kernel. It is because of the following reason.
    ==========================
    These compiler versions are known to miscompile __weak functions and
    thus generate kernels that don't necessarily work correctly. If a weak
    function is int he same compilation unit as a caller, gcc may end up
    inlining it, and thus binding the weak function too early.
    ==========================

    You can fix this problem by the following work around.

    ==========================

    # yum install gcc43
    .. which provides version 4.3 gcc version

    Example command using gcc-4.3:
    'make CC=gcc43'
    ===========================

  • bubray
    RE: Apache installation
    Hi, I think there is a old process running on port :80 check whether it is running using netstat -plan|grep :80 kill the process using kill -9 process id then use apachectl to start your new installations.
    Link to this post 31 Mar 10

    Hi,

    I think there is a old process running on port :80

    check whether it is running using
    netstat -plan|grep :80

    kill the process using kill -9 process id

    then use apachectl to start your new installations.

  • bubray
    RE: Creating File Storage
    Hi, I have been out of the forum for some time. Have you finished the setup. Hope everything is working fine.
    Link to this post 31 Mar 10

    Hi,

    I have been out of the forum for some time. Have you finished the setup. Hope everything is working fine.

  • bubray
    RE: Creating File Storage
    Hi haliparotin, I haven't used a better storage distro other than openfiler. I recommend it only in case you are going to use it for storage server. A easy step by step installation step is available at http://www.openfiler.com/learn/how-to/graphical-installation . The distro is suited for storage and does not contain unnecessary services. If you are looking for a reliable operating system go for redhat enterprise linux 5 or centos 5. The linux kernel supports almost all scsi disks.
    Link to this post 26 Feb 10

    Hi haliparotin,


    I haven't used a better storage distro other than openfiler. I recommend it only in case you are going to use it for storage server.

    A easy step by step installation step is available at http://www.openfiler.com/learn/how-to/graphical-installation . The distro is suited for storage and does not contain unnecessary services.


    If you are looking for a reliable operating system go for redhat enterprise linux 5 or centos 5. The linux kernel supports almost all scsi disks.

  • bubray
    RE: Creating File Storage
    The best distro used for file storage is OPENFILER . Which can be used for multipurpose. It provides you a rich feature gui for managing the disk drives. http://www.openfiler.com/ It is not recommended for desktop use.
    Link to this post 25 Feb 10

    The best distro used for file storage is OPENFILER . Which can be used for multipurpose. It provides you a rich feature gui for managing the disk drives. http://www.openfiler.com/

    It is not recommended for desktop use.

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