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- 2010/11/18 12:07:20
- Forum: CentOS 5 - General Support
- Topic: problem with yum and proxy
- Replies: 21
- Views: 4869
If you drop to a command prompt and `cat /etc/yum.conf` then how many backslashes appear then? I don't have a system with gedit installed handy so I am unable to check what it does. My standard editor is vim. I have no idea how many backslashes there should be in the username field - I am guessing t...
- 2010/11/18 11:58:50
- Forum: CentOS 5 - Miscellaneous Questions
- Topic: At Startup I see a massage that say ACPI:Invalid _TSS data for four times
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1037
This is to do with invalid ACPI data provided by your BIOS. TSS data is to do with Throttling Supported States and should tell the o/s what power saving levels the processor can utilise. My first step would be to see if there is a BIOS update available for your machine and upgrade if there is.
- 2010/11/18 11:53:52
- Forum: CentOS 5 - X86_64,s390(x) and PowerPC Support
- Topic: Unable to change date & time on CentOS 5 x86_64
- Replies: 2
- Views: 937
Since no-one else has answered, I guess this must be something to do with your virtualisation solution preventing the change.
- 2010/11/18 11:49:25
- Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
- Topic: selinux prevent syslogd
- Replies: 6
- Views: 546
What does your /etc/syslog.conf look like? I presume you added a line to it to specifically log to /var/log/samba? This directory is really intended to be written to by the samba processes and has an SELinux context that only allows samba to write to it. You might be better of to send your syslog ve...
- 2010/11/18 10:46:38
- Forum: CentOS 5 - Hardware Support
- Topic: P5QL Pro motherboard's NIC not detected with CentOS 5.5
- Replies: 6
- Views: 685
To become root you either need to logon as the user 'root' or you need to logon as yourself then type [code] su - [/code] and then enter the root password. Or, if you have set up sudo correctly then you can use the sudo command to run whatever you want to and run it with root privileges - e.g. [code...