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CD audio (update)
Subject: CD audio (update)
Author:    Posted: 2003-06-22 21:59:52    Length: 0 byte(s)
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: mark    Posted: 2003-06-22 21:59:53    Length: 3,342 byte(s)
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I think you're expecting linux to be easy, which it is not, and that's the
point of linux IMO - you have to work at getting it set the way you want it
to be setup but at least it allows you to do this your way, and it also
teaches you how computers and an operating system work together.

As for the problem with your CD - in the sound control panel make sure you
have 4-channel or 5.1 surround sound selected for your speaker configuration
in Windows.

"Average Joe Common Bloke Regular Guy Median Civilian Member of w w w D O T
c p u s a D O T o r g" [averagejoe@mysolution.ws] wrote in message
news:pan.2003.06.22.22.47.45.507252@mysolution.ws...
QUOTE
redhat 9, standard workstation install, with all RHN updates, emachines
t1140 computer, with only Netgear FA311 10/100 NIC hardware addition, and
removal of 56K modem that came from factory

okay, I found my CD did not have the audio cable connected to the
motherboard, in fact it had no cable at all, and in fact, the motherboard
had no place for a cable (integrated lowend emachines system, t1140)

now, what I did was install a Sound Blaster Live card, my cousin had
laying around, and connected the card to the CD with the audio cable

now, the new hardware was recognized on boot, it uninstalled my onboard
sound, and installed the new sound card (which was detected as Ensoniq
5880 Audio PCI es1371)

now, with the onboard card, I could get system sounds, but now no system
sounds

and with Windows, the cable was not neccesary at all, for CD playing or
system sounds

the CD player recognizes the disk and starts playing it, but the sound
doesn't come out, just like with the onboard audio, without the cable

I did disable the onboard audio, in the system bios, after I saw it wasn;t
working, and such made no difference

now, I noticed the soundblaster live only supported amplified speakers, so
I happened to have a set (with subwoofer), so I connected that

and sound worked, except only the left channel works, the right channel
and subwoofer do not work, the right speaker is the hub where they are
connected

now, I don't know if this is a speaker problem, because I have never
tested these speakers

I have went into the volume control and adjusted the right channel volume,
but nothing works

replaced the speakers with another set, and it works

now, I guess I will complain a little since Windows didn't need the cable
from the CD, and if such an architecture exists within the x86 domain, the
Linux should support it, because emachines is a very popular inexpensive
computer, and saving money is part of linux mentality


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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: c1rcu1t    Posted: 2003-06-23 07:10:06    Length: 1,332 byte(s)
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On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 19:10:57 -0400, Vikas Agnihotri wrote:

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I am currently using SafeNet/Soft-PK VPN software to login to my corporate
network using my Windows 2000 machine.

This involves loading a personal certificate, a security policy, a CA cert
and another .p12 or .pem file, not sure.

I just 'activate security policy', ping the corporate gateway and a
username/password dialog box pops up. the password uses a SecurID token in
addition to my personal password.

Is it possible to use the same setup on my RH9 machine? Ideally my VPN
admins wouldnt have to change anything on their side.

I would just want to use some VPN client on Linux, import the certs,
security policy, etc, like I do in Windows 2000 and use my VPN.

How can I do this? Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

[Sorry for the cross-posting, I am not sure which newsgroup this is
appropriate for]


FreeSwan can do this..  You might want to make sure if they are using l2tp
with the IPSEC.. most w2k machine do...
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: Vikas Agnihotri    Posted: 2003-06-23 10:15:45    Length: 1,016 byte(s)
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On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 12:10:06 GMT, c1rcu1t [spam@spamgohere.com] wrote:


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FreeSwan can do this..  You might want to make sure if they are using
l2tp
with the IPSEC.. most w2k machine do...

I read the docs on freeswan, l2tp, etc, but the problem seems to be that
none of these support the SecurID user authentication that my VPN uses.

Currently, I use SafeNet/Soft-PK software on Windows 2000 to connect to the
VPN. As part of the authentication process (Phase 1), it pops up a dialog
box for my username. My password is my actual password and then I append
the 6-digit number on my SecurID token.

How can I do this on Linux?

Or is there a way I can use my Windows 2000 box as a "stepping stone" to my
VPN?

Thanks
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: Keith Clark    Posted: 2003-06-24 11:42:28    Length: 2,056 byte(s)
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Freak. You seriously need to stop doing drugs.




Average Joe Common Bloke Regular Guy Median Civilian Member of w w w D O T c p u s a D O T o r g wrote:

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On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:04:01 +1000, paulh wrote:

I agree. Sure Linux isn't easy at all compared to Windows for many users. But if
you're expectations are startign high on this being easy and simple to use then
you're bound for a fair degree of dissapointment. Altho full marks for solving
the issue... wasn't that satisfying?

you do realize that feedback is part of the development process?

I am VERY open system, and open source, and socialized softare

I am a communist

I believe in RED-hat Linux approaches, and ALL RED approaches

but I am more of a Leninist, than a Stalinist

customer feedback, and demand feedback, is simply the ONLY input to
CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS and SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

so, I am VERY sincere in my critique, in hopes the RED-hat and otheres do
suceed

and if you have some cynicism about this, see my website
http://www.mysolution.ws

or ask why I am using RED-hat now

Communism is all about "The People", and not about kissing Linus Torvalds
ass, now Linux deserves respect for his selfless contribution to society,
and I use Linus merely as an example, products and systems must be
customer driven, and I am a customer[ and I drive by critique

capice?

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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: mark    Posted: 2003-06-24 12:03:50    Length: 2,461 byte(s)
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Bahahahhhaaaa. I wish I would have seen your little webpage prior to
initally replying. Had I done that, I wouldn't have wasted my time trying to
help you out, as I see now you're one of those guys that thinks he's got it
all figured out, and that the rest of society is all wrong.

Sure - you're right.

Wacko.

"Average Joe Common Bloke Regular Guy Median Civilian Member of w w w D O T
c p u s a D O T o r g" [averagejoe@mysolution.ws] wrote in message
news:pan.2003.06.24.15.36.17.475269@mysolution.ws...
QUOTE
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:04:01 +1000, paulh wrote:

I agree. Sure Linux isn't easy at all compared to Windows for many
users. But if
you're expectations are startign high on this being easy and simple to
use then
you're bound for a fair degree of dissapointment. Altho full marks for
solving
the issue... wasn't that satisfying?

you do realize that feedback is part of the development process?

I am VERY open system, and open source, and socialized softare

I am a communist

I believe in RED-hat Linux approaches, and ALL RED approaches

but I am more of a Leninist, than a Stalinist

customer feedback, and demand feedback, is simply the ONLY input to
CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS and SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

so, I am VERY sincere in my critique, in hopes the RED-hat and otheres do
suceed

and if you have some cynicism about this, see my website
http://www.mysolution.ws

or ask why I am using RED-hat now

Communism is all about "The People", and not about kissing Linus Torvalds
ass, now Linux deserves respect for his selfless contribution to society,
and I use Linus merely as an example, products and systems must be
customer driven, and I am a customer[ and I drive by critique

capice?

--
T H E E  s o l u t i o n  t o  t h e  w o r l d ' s  p r o b l e m s ?
w w w  D O T  m y s o l u t i o n  D O T  w s

m y  B L O G  i s  o n  m y  s i t e !
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: Travis    Posted: 2003-06-24 13:25:19    Length: 345 byte(s)
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Keith Clark wrote:

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Freak. You seriously need to stop doing drugs.

If he was using drugs, he wouldn't need to troll newsgroups for fun.
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: Chris Roy    Posted: 2003-06-27 13:46:58    Length: 2,112 byte(s)
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That's it! Thanks. The only problem that I have is that I have to remove the
symbolic link and make it again each time I reboot or I get "The Modem is
Busy" in kppp. Are there any cures for this?

Chris
"Gonzalo" [nomail@nomail.com] wrote in message
news:Pk2dnczfiINW6WGjXTWJjw@dsli.com...
QUOTE
Chris Roy wrote:

I am a newbie trying to install a Us Robotics 3cp5610 on a RedHat 9.0
box.
I know that PCI is not the way to go but that's what I have.

I tried to do set serial to ttyS3 but I kept getting
"Cannot set serial info: Address already in use."

I did cat /proc/interrupts and found that irq 12 was being shared by a
usb
port. So I went into the bios and disabled that usb port and both serial
ports to make sure there was no i/o conflicts.

Then I did the setserial command putting in the io address and irq and
it
seemed to have set the modem on ttyS4.

When I do 'cat /proc/ioports ' I get
d000-d007: Us Robotics/3Com 56K FaxModem Model 5610
d000-d007: Serial(set)

When I do 'dmesg | grep ttyS' I get
tty4 at port 0xd000 irq 12 is a 16550A

Does this mean that the modem is installed or not? It does not show up
in
devices.

When I configure and run KPPP I get 'The Modem is Busy".

Can anyone tell me what might be going on?

Thank you in advance,
Chris

Chris,

If your modem is on ttyS4, make a symlink to your dev/modem as follows:

$ ln -s /dev/ttyS4 /dev/modem


If everything works and you can now dial with KPP, reboot.

Try then if it works. If it does great.

If it doesn't, simply add the above line to

/etc/rc.d/rc.local (You can edit this file in your favorite edit).

Good luck,

Gonzalo
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: Average Joe Common Bloke Regul    Posted: 2003-06-27 19:44:09    Length: 588 byte(s)
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On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 20:46:51 +0100, Sheamus wrote:

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cos the formats so pants it's unviewable

what do you mean here?

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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: North    Posted: 2003-06-30 04:33:22    Length: 1,395 byte(s)
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On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 04:56:42 GMT, Alan Connor [xxxxxx@xxxx.xxx] said:

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For the last couple of days, the bigots whom my new ideas (to THEM) drive
crazy have been accusing me of making my present circumstances up.

Why do you think it is so difficult to live without your present civilization?

How long has it been around in its present form? 50 years?

How long have people lived on the Earth?


See what I mean? For 99.99% of Humankind's history, your present way-of-life
hasn't existed, yet most of you talk as if it was impossible to live without
out it!

That is TRULY stupid.

If you wish to survive the coming Collapse, you had BETTER let your minds
open up.


alanc

Your lies have been proven too many times. Lets see what the folks in

all the other groups that you have trolled over the years have to
think.

***note all the crossposts***
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: North    Posted: 2003-06-30 04:38:32    Length: 1,288 byte(s)
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On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 05:33:22 -0400, North [northmt@hotmail.com] said:

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On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 04:56:42 GMT, Alan Connor [xxxxxx@xxxx.xxx] said:


For the last couple of days, the bigots whom my new ideas (to THEM) drive
crazy have been accusing me of making my present circumstances up.

Why do you think it is so difficult to live without your present civilization?

How long has it been around in its present form? 50 years?

How long have people lived on the Earth?


See what I mean? For 99.99% of Humankind's history, your present way-of-life
hasn't existed, yet most of you talk as if it was impossible to live without
out it!

That is TRULY stupid.

If you wish to survive the coming Collapse, you had BETTER let your minds
open up.


alanc

Your lies have been proven too many times. Lets see what the folks in
all the other groups that you have trolled over the years have to
think.

***note all the crossposts***



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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: North    Posted: 2003-06-30 04:43:43    Length: 516 byte(s)
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On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 10:36:32 +0100, "On-liner" [not@saying.ie] said:

QUOTE

"Alan Connor" wrote
Some more inane drivel.


Alan, you remind me very much of the sad old gits who walk around wearing
signs which declare "The end of the world is nigh!"



ROTFLMFAO !!!!!!
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: TonyB    Posted: 2003-07-01 07:28:25    Length: 2,625 byte(s)
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For the record, I got round this problem my changing the sourse of lkvi.c.
Add the line
 #include [linux/kernel.h] just after the line
 #include [linux/version.h]

Then it compiles clean (Suse8.2, kernel 2.4.20, gcc3.2), and with a bit of
tweaking, appears to work.

Cheers,
tonyb

QUOTE
J.O. Aho wrote:
Vwake Vwakes wrote:

Hi,

I am trying to compile BCM 1212 modem driver which i got from


http://support.ap.dell.com/ap/en/filelib/d...p?fileid=R47114.


I downloaded the source BCOM_WAN_V20_SOURCE_A.tar.gz.

When I compile as per the instructions available on the readme, i am
getting the following error.

$make install RPM_KERNELS=2.4.20-8 KERNEL_DIR=/usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8

Building Linux Kernel Version Independent layer for this system..
In file included from /usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8/include/linux/wait.h:13,
from /usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8/include/linux/fs.h:12,
from
/usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8/include/linux/capability.h:17,
from /usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8/include/linux/binfmts.h:4,
from /usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8/include/linux/sched.h:10,
from /usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8/include/linux/vmalloc.h:4,
from lkvi.c:160:
/usr/src/linux-2.4.20-8/include/linux/kernel.h:191:1: missing binary
operator
make: *** [lkvi.o] Error 1

Any help is appreciated. Thanks


Not much help here, but noticed a thing while reading the readme doc
included on RedHat9 CD1, there RedHat points out that many drivers will
not work with their current source code with the 2.4.20 kernel as it has
changed quite a lot since the 2.4.18 (not sure if this is true for the
vanilla kernel, but it's true for the RedHat patched kernel, which is
included in Redhat).

So contact the mantainer of the driver in question and ask if they have
a patch to make it to work with RedHat kernel 2.4.20, or downgrade your
kernel to 2.4.18.


//Aho



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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: North    Posted: 2003-07-01 12:49:45    Length: 2,336 byte(s)
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On Tue, 01 Jul 2003 13:46:07 -0400, Alan Connor [northmt@hotmail.com]
said:

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On Tue, 01 Jul 2003 05:17:20 GMT, Alan Connor [xxxxxx@xxxx.xxx] said:


Only those that already live in a remote area, have put up a lot of supplies
of every kind, and have given much thought and PRACTICE to living without
the Grid.

AND are with a fairly large group.

Because the land will support so few people living any variant of the
traditional White American lifestyle, they will have to kill, maim, and
seriuosly injure  one hell of a lot of people to maintain control of that land
and to keep whatever else they have.

During all that fighting some of THEM will be killed and maimed and seriously
wounded.

They will have to devote a GREAT deal of energy and resources to keeping
control of the unfair share of limited resources that they have claimed.



That's why these folks have chosen the word "survival" to describe what they
are learning.

You can SURVIVE in prison, can't you?

I prefer to LIVE.

If giving up eating and using animal products and weapons will allow me to
take it easy, not have to  seriously hurt people and minimize the likelihood
of them hurting me and mine (they all think that if you don't have weapons
that you just have to freeze out in the open and wear a bulls-eye on your
chest -----Guess again, fools!)

and not make unnecessary enemies and live with my fair share of the resources,


Then I think that is a fair trade indeed.

I am happy with my choice.



alanc

Ooooops I forgot to crosspost this.

Tarzalanc.

 "It is only a partial reality when I am on the internet."==Alan
Connor
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Subject: CD audio (update)
Author: North    Posted: 2003-07-01 12:51:33    Length: 2,460 byte(s)
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On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 18:13:36 GMT, Alan Connor [xxxxxx@xxxx.xxx] said:

QUOTE
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 04:56:42 GMT, Alan Connor [xxxxxx@xxxx.xxx] wrote:

For the last couple of days, the bigots whom my new ideas (to THEM) drive
crazy have been accusing me of making my present circumstances up.

Why do you think it is so difficult to live without your present civilization?

How long has it been around in its present form? 50 years?

How long have people lived on the Earth?


See what I mean? For 99.99% of Humankind's history, your present way-of-life
hasn't existed, yet most of you talk as if it was impossible to live without
out it!

That is TRULY stupid.

If you wish to survive the coming Collapse, you had BETTER let your minds
open up.


alanc








ROTFLMAO  ! ! !! ! !! ! ! !

Thanks to the folks who responded to this post!

You are PERFECT :-)


I state something perfectly obviously and irrefutabley true, and YOU

call it nonsense.


Thanks for the good publicity:

People see ignorant and nasty bigots attacking someone and posting nonsense,
they have to figure the person they are attacking has something on the ball.


Way to go bozos.

You prove my points perfectly.


There are now about 23 people who used to post here, and USED to think that
ignorant creeps like you were their only source of survival info that now
ignore you and exchange mail with me.

They might just have a chance of survival after the civilization built and
maintained by idiots like these collapse, as all poorly made things must do.


alanc

 "It is only a partial reality when I am on the internet."==Alan
Connor
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