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The Suncoast Linux Users Group (affectionately known as SLUG) is a loose-knit informal group of Linux users and enthusiasts in West Central Florida (the Suncoast/Greater Tampa Bay area). Our purpose is to provide mutual support and assistance for Linux users in the area, and to promote the use of Linux to others.
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That is EXACTLY what I have, I already had amazon prime due to the shipping thing, so that was a wash, I was going to get netflix and hulu, but several people told me to get hulu first and see if I needed anything else, and to date, I have done well with those two. Probably at some point I ... 3 9
by Chuck Hast
leaking memory Topics Posts Last Post
On Thu, 17 Jul 2014, v_man wrote: > When trying to start smbd on mint 17 I get this : > no talloc stackframe at ../source3/param/loadparm.c:4864, leaking memory > > What does this mean ?.. In simple terms please if you can ;-) > Samba hosed ? Maybe temporarily. Shut it ... 0 0
by Eben King
broken packages Topics Posts Last Post
On Tue, 15 Jul 2014, Eben King wrote: > Short version: How do you fix and/or remove and optionally identify bad > packages? I can't install openssh-server because some dependency gets an > error. aptitude was able to work some magic whereby it downgraded some things and ins... 0 0
by Eben King
Dependency errors are "usually" caused by mixing repos (assuming you are using a Red Hat derivative). Disable all the repos except the base/updates and try your installation. yum --disablerepo=\* --enablerepo=base,updates install openssh-server Jim Wildman, RHCE Solutions A... 2 3
by Russ Savela
On Tue, 15 Jul 2014, Eben King wrote: > Long version: On the laptop, NetworkManager and wpa-supplicant are spewing > messages at over 1000 KB/s to syslog. I stopped that for now by rmmoding iwl3945 . Is it bad, or something else? Don't know. And I'd like to have working wireles... 0 0
by Eben King
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mouse button interpretation Topics Posts Last Post
Far as I know, X does not necessarily handle button or v-key mapping or behavior. Your individual applications do. If an application has a robust v-key system, it can handle a lot of different stuff, but many folks are pretty lazy in that department. If they are really paying attentio... 0 0
by Art Eaton
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The Automailer borked last night. Here is information abotu this week's Tampa SLUG meeting! ================================================== Suncoast Linux Users Group (SLUG) Meeting Schedule ================================================== SLUG - Tampa ------------ Wed... 1 1
by Pete Theisen
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sound card Topics Posts Last Post
On Sat, 28 Jun 2014, Eben King wrote: > My friend lent me a Hercules "Game Theater XP" card. It uses the cs4630 chip > (the ALSA cs46xx module supports it). I can't get the rear speakers working. > I went through alsamixer and all the switches are on and all the slide... 0 0
by Eben King
Hint - duplicate photo detection and elimination w/fslint Topics Posts Last Post
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How to parse into a file Topics Posts Last Post
Your best bet is a db at that point. Flat files have limitations. The files for instance can grow to almost any size but even before you hit a GB editing the file becomes cumbersome. I have a flat file full of primes I need to drop to some kind of db. On Jun 23, 2014 3:05 PM, "Chuck H... 0 0
by David Macfarlane
Check out kibana. I was pretty impressed with what it (and elastic search) could do with my data. On Jun 23, 2014 12:05 PM, "Chuck Hast" <kp4djt@gmail.com> wrote: > Folks, > This gets out of my area, but need to learn it. I want to capture this data > into a file.... 2 3
by Chuck Hast
On Mon, 23 Jun 2014, Chuck Hast wrote: > Folks, > This gets out of my area, but need to learn it. I want to capture this data > into a file. The machiens > put it out all of the time, I would like to be able to capture it so that > it can be graphed and used > to track ... 1 3
by Chuck Hast
tftp Topics Posts Last Post
Eban, You do not, it is a bit messy, I have been working with Netgear routers, using both DD-WRT and OpenWRT, on those routers there is about a 5 second window to do it and you have to have tftp setup so that as soon as the window opens it shakes hands and starts sending the file from the l... 1 2
by Chuck Hast
exponentiation Topics Posts Last Post
bc -l Eben King <eben01@verizon.net> wrote: >How do I compute the value of x^y where y is not an integer, in text mode so >I can easily use it in a script? The current problem is 2^(4/3), for which >I know the value (it's 2.5198420998), but I'd like a general solution. ... 1 3
by Paul M Foster
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file manager Topics Posts Last Post
On Sun, Jun 15, 2014 at 10:34 AM, Eben King <eben01@verizon.net> wrote: > What's a good lightweight text-mode file manager (think mc but a lot less > cruft)? Isn't that just the shell? Not really trying to be snarky, but I've been using various flavors of unix since the la... 2 8
by Rob Mayhue
On Sun, Jun 15, 2014 at 01:34:49PM -0400, Eben King wrote: > What's a good lightweight text-mode file manager (think mc but a lot > less cruft)? I have a Raspberry Pi with a Linux OS (Openelec) and > need something to do copy, mv, rename, delete, etc through an SSH > conection... 0 0
by Paul M Foster
Might want to take a look at ranger (http://ranger.nongnu.org) On Sun, Jun 15, 2014 at 1:34 PM, Eben King <eben01@verizon.net> wrote: > What's a good lightweight text-mode file manager (think mc but a lot less > cruft)? I have a Raspberry Pi with a Linux OS (Openelec) and n... 1 2
by Eben King
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