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If you install two (or more) Linux distributions on one machine, then by default they both install grub to the master boot record (MBR). The second distribution’s grub menu therefore overwrites the first. For example, on my laptop, I have … Continue reading
Launching the Fedora installer over the network, as well as having a local mirror of the Fedora repository, means you don’t need to burn a CD or DVD. It’s a convenient way of trying out a new distro. I’ve done … Continue reading
Ever since updating my gateway to Fedora 7, I’ve been getting messages like this in my daily Logwatch: 84 *Warning: Pre-queue content-filter connection overload Worrying that I might be losing mail, I looked at the logwatch script for postfix in /usr/share/logwatch/scripts/services/postfix, … Continue reading
I share several directories from my Debian server to other machines on the network using NFS. On one of these machines, which runs Fedora Core, some of the directories are mounted read-only, whereas others are mounted read/write. After upgrading to … Continue reading
So you’ve installed Fedora Core 6, and the RealPlayer RPM from here. You go to Applications → Sound & Video → RealPlayer 10, and… nothing happens. Open up a terminal. Try to run RealPlayer from there. Chances are you’ll see … Continue reading