...making Linux just a little more fun!
[ In reference to "Subversion: Installation, Configuration — Tips and Tricks" in LG#128 ]
Himanshu Raina [dopedoxygen at gmail.com]
Wed, 3 Jan 2007 20:26:34 +0530
[[[ I've renamed this topic, which came in under the subject "Help Needed!". - Kat ]]]
Read the article at http://linuxgazette.net/128/ramanathan.html.
Well i have couple of queries
1> I have setup a svn server and when i use http schema http://www.myrepos.com/svn Post validation i get the output like
Collection of repositories /Once i click on the / i am redirected to the default index.html page.Couldyou please let me know what could be wrong? Why isn't the repository be displayed.The httpd.conf file looks something like this
<Location /svn> DAV svn SVNListParentPath on SVNParentPath /usr/local/svn/repos/ # how to authenticate a user AuthType Basic AuthName "Subversion repository" AuthUserFile /etc/svn-auth-file # our access control policy #AuthzSVNAccessFile /usr/local/svn/repos/conf/svnaccessfile # only authenticated users may access the repository Require valid-user </Location>with SVNParentPath if i use svnaccessfile i get error like "u don't have permission to access /svn/".If i comment the same then it comes to first scenario but doesn't give the repository.Could you please help in this?
Repository Path :- /usr/local/svn/repos/under the repository i have a project diectory called projectA.
Please help in this regard as i have been struggling for quite sometime and most of the docs seem to confuse.
-- "Nothing fixes a thing so intensely in the memory as the wish to forget it"
[ In reference to "Build a Six-headed, Six-user Linux System" in LG#124 ]
Rick Moen [rick at linuxmafia.com]
Thu, 11 Jan 2007 10:07:50 -0800
Passing this along without attachment "logo.jpeg".
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Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 16:37:15 +0200 From: Thato Moeng <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Talkback:124/smith.htmlHi
I want to build a multi user computer and don't know what components is required to do that. Can you please help me? I need a computer that can run on windows xp or linux.
-- Thato Moeng Consultant Tel: +27 11 643 4284 Fax: +27 11 643 4286 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ramathe.co.za
[ In reference to "Poor Man's Laptop" in LG#132 ]
tytower [tytower at ledanet.com.au]
Sun, 31 Dec 2006 10:44:42 -0500
Perhaps I should wait for the next bit but I think the problem may be in the published section. In particular the unpacking phase.
I can't unpack the file . I tried to attach it but not allowed , it should have 50 files or so on it and does ,I can see them during the unpacking phase but I can't extract them at least not to the same computer. What have I done wrong please? I'm playing on the one computer only atm so I used the --yes option.
Attached the file ScriptUSB.pl but my provider won't send it unless I name it ".text" Took out the first line too just in case
[[[ Archived at http://linuxgazette.net/135/misc/tag/unpack.txt - Kat ]]]
Your end won't accept my archived file because it was too big . So all in all a complete stuff around and I have now sent three versions of this bloody email. I doubt I will bother again
[ In reference to "Fun with FUSE" in LG#134 ]
Stephane Chauveau [stephane at chauveau-central.net]
Tue, 2 Jan 2007 15:35:50 +0100 (CET)
The fuse page http://fuse.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/FileSystems that lists all known fuse projects was changed a few weeks ago.
All network filesytstems are are now listed in a separate page. Follow the link NetworkFileSystems at the top of the page.
That's just a link so that should be obvious but, frankly, it took me a while to figure out why some well known projects such as sshfs or fusesmb were not listed anymore in that page. Even now that I know I still dont find it obvious.
Some very cool projects I would like to mention are
- sshfs to mount a remote ssh account. I use it a lot to manage my web site: sshfs user@hostname: localdir - encfs to create an encrypted directory.
-- Stephane Chauveau
[ In reference to "Freedom from Laptop Lugging or Thin Client with No Server" in LG#134 ]
Michael Losh [mlosh48307 at wideopenwest.com]
Tue, 16 Jan 2007 21:57:58 +0800
Maybe you have heard about this before, but in case you haven't... Puppy Linux is desiged to support booting from a USB flash drive, as well as Live-CD/DVD (with multi-session data saves, even to CD-R!) and more traditional types of installations. If you are not familiar with Puppy LInux, you should take a look! A few links:
Puppy LInux would make a good base for experimenting with the highly-mobile form factors mentioned in the article. To really get to the point of roll-up screens and cell-phone-sized CPU units, we might be better with a non-x86 platform (closer to a PDA CPU and chipset). Linux might be still a good software base, but it will not be a standard PC platform at that point, making it easier to have a "clean" hardware and software architecture. Just my thoughts. I'd like to see to see the ultra-portable kit described in th article in reality!
-- Mike Losh Puppy Newbie / 25+ year microcomputer veteran.
[ In reference to "Fun with FUSE" in LG#134 ]
Wang Boqun [iostream at pku.edu.cn]
Sat, 6 Jan 2007 23:15:21 +0800
I think fuse is something like KDE's kio system.
For example, type ftp://ftp.iitm.ac.in in Konqueror's location bar,then Konqueror will open that ftp site as a filesystem, just like curlftpfs did.