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kintaro0e
Pix: how will i know that my eth1 is doing 10 or 1000 mbs speed?
is there a command that will show it?
Pix
hmm two ways, i'd say
first, plug a cable into it, and see if dmesg (at the end) outputs something
or use "ethtool"
ethtool eth1 | grep Speed
Speed: 1000Mb/s
kintaro0e
ah..i see
range
It says "forcedeth" in the dmesg output for eth1, so it is pretty clear, that the nvidia is detected as such.
kintaro0e
Pix: now is the speed..thanks
range: so forcedeth means its been detected
?
range
As the driver has been loaded for eth1, yes.
kintaro0e
hmmm..as just what Pix said..its been detected my card..hhehe..thanks for this info guys
:)
sappy
hey guys ... any idea where can i find the bounce message/error from qmail ?
z00dax
there is no qmail on CentOS
         

sappy
....
kintaro0e
hi hughesjr: i need help..after i install all the requirements from http://www.karan.org/blog/index.php/2006/05/01, i install this rpm -Uhv VMwarexxxx.rpm, after that it goes smoothly until i stack here: Setup is unable to find the "gcc" program on your machine. Please make sure it is installed. Do you want to specify the location of this program by hand? What is the location of the "gcc" program on your machine?
how will i solve this..any advice?
z00dax
yum install gcc.x86_64
kintaro0e
ok.thanks
hi z00dax: how to show the path or what are the files installed of a package?
:)
sappy
rpm -qa |grep <packet>
or u mean what is inside the rpm packet?
rpm -qpl <packet name>
_DizzY_
hello
<Kamandag> hello
HI
vi tupbIe idiotbI!!!
#CSS
kintaro0e
hi Arrfab:..i already installed the vmware.on my server with no X..hehe..cool, my problem i how to connect in my server?i'm using ubuntu as my desktop/linux client and install the vmware console on it.what do i need to do to connect in my server?is there a daemon to run on the server so that it will run the vmware server?
Arrfab
hi kintaro0e ....
hughesjr
kintaro0e: you need to run vmware-config.pl
that should start the vmware service
kintaro0e
where on my server?yes i finish all the steps on it...
Arrfab
kintaro0e : nothing to launch, it should already have been launched from xinetd ...
kintaro0e
so how will i see if the service is running?: service --status-all | grep vmware?
Arrfab
hughesjr : he's talking about the remote console option ... not vmware host services ....
hughesjr
kintaro0e: then you should be able to connect by installing vmware-server-console on the other machine
Arrfab
kintaro0e : netstat -tan|grep 902
hughesjr
you will need to open port 902? (or another if you configured it)
Arrfab
(Action) was faster ... :-P
hughesjr
dang
:)
thoron
I wonder if there some official place for current CentOS build scripts that build CD/DVD images from SRPMS?
hughesjr
thoron: we don't really have scripts that do everything ....
         

kintaro0e
hughesjr Arrfab: this is the output of $ netstat -tan | grep 902: tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:902 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
Evolution
hughesjr: you mean you won't help people make their own rebuild from centos?
(Action) acts shocked
kintaro0e
Arrfab: i already installed the vmware console on my client..
hughesjr
thoron: here is the script that builds the CD ISOs
kintaro0e
how will i connect on it?
:)
Evolution
with the vmware client.
Arrfab
kintaro0e : launch the vmware console on your laptop and connect to your server ...
Evolution
which is included in vmware server
thoron
hughesjr, I guess it's this http://centos.hughesjr.com/testing/build.sh.txt ?
hughesjr
that is what I was going to point to
:)
kintaro0e
Arrfab Evolution: it ask for host name so: computer.domain.com, how about the password and user..?
sappy
hi guys any idea?
hughesjr
thoron: also http://centos.hughesjr.com/build/buildpackages
sappy
Sorry, I wasn't able to establish an SMTP connection. (#4.4.1)
I'm not going to try again; this message has been in the queue too long.
hughesjr
that is a generic build script
Arrfab
kintaro0e : by default you should try with the remote root account
kintaro0e
Arrfab: you mean the root of my server?
Arrfab
yes
kintaro0e
Arrfab: unable to connect: no route to host.. any idea?
thoron
hughesjr, so these will be enough, if I am smart enough, to build my own distribution based on CentOS?
Arrfab
network problems .... correct that ... iptables rules in place on the vmware server ?
hughesjr
thoron: yes ... stick all the SRPMS is a directory and the generate script ...
kintaro0e
Arrfab: sory i dont know what your talking about on iptable, its just a fresh install then i enable the firewall on installation then install the vmware..is there any thing that i'll edit?
hughesjr
kintaro0e: you need to add an open rule for port 902 on the firewall on the server
Arrfab
kintaro0e : ... or disable the firewall if you're running inside of a trusted LAN .....
kintaro0e
Arrfab: its not a trusted lan..its on a public network..hehehe..i think i'll do what hughesjr,said adding open rule for port 902. :P
the problem is where i start..i'm not yet familiar with CentOS?any link where i could read on about this?
hughesjr
kintaro0e: do you have a specific ip address or IP range you want to have access to your server for vmware?
kintaro0e
yes
hughesjr
Arrfab: it looks to me to only be a tcp connection ... right?
kintaro0e
sounds interisting :)
game!
hughesjr
kintaro0e: join #hughesjr-help and tell me the IP and I'l give you a rule
Arrfab
kintaro0e : if you're running on a public ip address i advice you some kind of vpn or ssh tunneling and not open the tcp 902 connection to the wild internet ....
hughesjr
Arrfab: exactly :)
Arrfab
(Action) uses ssh tunneling to remotely configure vmware-servers .....
kintaro0e : regarding documentation ... here it is : http://www.centos.org/docs/4/
kintaro0e
Arrfab: thanks
Arrfab
np ...
kintaro0e : one little advice : if you need to remotely install vmware guest machines i advice you to install locally a vmware server, install your host and when done transfert it to the remote server (this will be faster ....)
s/install your host/install your guest/
kintaro0e
ok..thanks Arrfab..this is great
lehel
hello
Ioons
hello
lehel
i cannot change permissions [?] it's d-------- ..
cannot change owner [?]
Ioons
When i find rpm or source packages for centos 4.3, who is the so compatible ( fc4, fc5 , rh9 ) ?
lehel
what happened with the folder?
Ioons
or rhel 4
sappy
rhel 4
Ioons
thanks, if i install fc4 i can have more problems ?
sappy
?
english ?
Ioons
no, catalan
sappy
ok
err use CentOS4.3
Ioons
because ?
lehel
hmm
Arrfab
loons : it's #centos channel here .... ;)
sappy
hahaha
lehel
nobody knows a solution for me?
sappy
centos has more support
chown xxx.xxxx folder/file
lehel
sappy: permission denied!
even chmod
Arrfab
lehel : as root user ?
lehel
yes!
Arrfab
lehel : is your filesystem mounted in rw ?
lehel
yes Arrfab,
let me tell you the solution, [i found searching for it] i just needed to "chattr -i directory
'nice day.. bye
sappy
?
Ioons
jeje, I have centos 4.3 and i wan to intall a package that not find .rpm for centos. I ask its possible to install .rpm of fc4 in centos
kintaro0e
hey Arrfab hughesjr: it works..yepehhh..thanks a lot for your support guys
sappy
Ioons what is the rpm ?
did u a search ?
kintaro0e
last week i already started studying the documentation of redhat..i'll continue to study on firewalls and other staff :)..thanks
Ioons
egroupware
Arrfab
kintaro0e : happy that it works for you ... (i hope without opening the port to the internet ....)
hughesjr
Arrfab: I did a -s port open rule for him :)
(point to point)
sappy
http://fedora.server4you.net/atomic/psa-8.0/CentOS4/RPMS/
kintaro0e
Arrfab: will its Sir hughesjr give me some tips on it..
:)
sappy
Ioons ==> http://fedora.server4you.net/atomic/psa-8.0/CentOS4/RPMS/
Ioons
sappy: thanks
Arrfab
hughesjr : is he always using the same source ip ?
Ioons
ei, I lost the connection
kintaro0e
Arrfab: yes..if i change to another ip..i'll just change the iptable as what hughesjr, told me on how to edit the iptables..cool stuff...
Ioons
sappy: sorry can you paste the link please, because i lost de connection, thanks
Arrfab
kintaro0e : i persist : using ssh-tunneling is a safer method to connect to your vmware server console : ssh -L 902:your.remote.ip:902 youraccount@yourremotemachine and then choose localhost as destination server (it will be tunneled via ssh) .... in that case you don't need to open a port and modify your rule each time your ip changes ...
kintaro0e
Arrfab: i see..i'll do that then..hehee..yes your right..thansk a lot for this better tips..
Arrfab
kintaro0e : i'll just say that's different (i avoid having problems with hughesjr .... :-P)
kintaro0e
Arrfab hughesjr: btw..i want to share what i have experienced about this vmware stuff..can i post it on the wiki or something? so that others could use it and read from it..hahaha
Arrfab
kintaro0e :funny, you're the second one to ask this question : http://www.centos.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=4634&forum=28&post_id=13402#forumpost13402
kintaro0e
hahaha..
Arrfab
:-P
kintaro0e
opsss.i forgot what i post..hhah.sory about it..hha
i'm just so busy on this vmware stuff...so i lost my mind.hehehe
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