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As an alternative, consider using the ImageMagick tool (available from just about any Linux ftp site, and a part of most distributions). But I can tell you this: the Dell will never sit back on my desk again, in a position where I must depend on it. Regular readers of this column have seen me rail, before, about Microsoft, whom I usually pick on unmercifully, and, in my opinion, for good reason. I've learned to consider them a resource to handle problems beyond what they can legitimately be held responsible for.

Partition Magic stilldesignates it as "Other" (although now it is a Type 07). Your cache administrator is webmaster. Here's a useful linux ntfs read me and how to from sourceforge linux-ntfs. ulimit -c 0 Enjoy, Juraj Linux partition sizes Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 21:54:19 -0600 (MDT) From: "Michael J.

I know that Type 17 is supposed to be hidden NTFS, but>> unhiding it by changing the type from 17 to 07 in PTEDIT still did>> not make it accessible. Tech support from most other companies like, say, Symantec, would be much more likely to tell me, "We don't support that product. Since, RH Linux 6.0 has a 2.2.x kernel, there is absolutely no problem with making it co-exist with Win98 or using LILO. It takes even more when you're moving an entire farm, complete with livestock-six horses, one bull, five goats, two sheep, 56 ducks (!), about an equal number of chickens, four geese,

I know that Type 17 issupposed to be hidden NTFS, but unhiding it by changing the type from 17 to07 in PTEDIT still did not make it accessible. Please try the request again. If you need some more help feel free to contact me. There's a pretty good chance that the regular inetd people won't be interested in your patch because it would require changes to the inetd.conf file format.

This certainly seemed good advice, and I did so. That being the case, it will probably astonish both you and them to see me praise Microsoft. Sorry about the soapbox. I went to both Symantec's and PowerQuest's web sites for an explanation.

Link is here: www.easeus.com/partition-manager/. Shouldn't there be some prominent warning in the manual?" "Oh, it's in the manual, all right," he replied. (It's not. sincerely Ray Smith ANSWER: X won't start Date: Sat, 24 Jul 1999 16:54:02 +0200 (CEST) From: Roland Smith Concerning your error: execve failed for /ect/X11/X (errno 2) Errno 2 means The first time I installed it, everything appeared to be working properly, except the keyboard keys were too "touchy".

To PowerQuest, I say, "Nice going, guys, and thanks for the help." To Symantec, I say, "Phfft. Do all devices go out at the same time in an EMP attack? AntiVirus wanted to dial up the Internet to update its database, but by that time Nimbda had eaten my DUN dialer. It's got memory errors.

Can a company block a specific person from buying its stock? C in Linux5How can I make multiple physical hard drives appear as a single partition?9What is the purpose of the magic numbers in Linux reboot?4Linux - new hard drive, bad magic While the solution will work if you just want a given server to work on _one_ of those IPs, you can't, for example, run two different FTP daemons, each configured differently, At first, I slowed down, trying to understand what was happening.

This paragraph is to tell them that it's working. It's a virus masquerading as a utility. Now connect to your remote host with: ssh remote-host. This solves the problem without having to rewrite the XF86Config file from scratch.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. It's gotten to the point where my editors cut out most of what I write about them, seeing me as not being entirely unbiased when it comes to the Evil Empire. A few nights ago, my overheated brain finally grasped what the Dell was trying to tell me.

One more step and the mission is completed.

But this was ridiculous. You're on my Bad Guys list." And to you, dear readers, I say, whatever you do, do not install Norton GoBack. I've called their tech support four or five times over the last year or so. I sped up and got out of there, to the sound of many more thuds and gleeful laughter.

He also admonished me to leave the drive out of the system, and use it only for backing up. A tour back into Partition Magic showed just what the PowerQuest tech had described: there were all my virtual partitions, complete and intact, with all my data. By coincidence, I saw last night on TV that two football games were shut down for quite some time, by more beer-bottle-throwers. A couple of days ago, I went back to CompUSA and bought a brand new Sony VAIO computer.

One evening, I had to work later than usual and the sun was already near the western horizon when I set out to run. I also recently read an article saying that Linux does not get along with FAT32. =&gr; LILO can;t be loaded on FAT32.