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This is what I have figured out so far if you know the codes for the settings where there are question marks(?) please PM me and I will update this list. Hopefully someone fines it and feels its useful. I always wondered about it with my computers being setup with GRUB's VGA modes.
It works some. Still shutting down. Rebuilding with a lot of help from the community.
Yeah, it's for hacking and cracking. I picked the BSD's for this project and NetBSD in particular for the following reasons:
Windows has no security. I did a bit of c:\path\ and d:\path hacking, cross site scripting, embedded hacks, css hacks, java hacks. These work great which is scary.
Linux works but acpi has to be defined, apic, noapic, etc all have to be loaded. Newer distributions...
I have been tiling the kitchen; all day, and after a shower I thought I would sit at the computer for awhile ... surf the net then watch a DVD, because I've no energy left ... drained, just a husk, you could knock me down with a tea bag! But there's a problem; there's a spider living under the central heating pump! I cannot stand the things, and this one is about 2 inch from stem to stern.
I saw him or her, last night, but before I could get a big jar over him (well I don't like...
Start by grabing the src.rpm from the repo. It will contain the spec file and the patches needed to get it done. The two main gtkmm packages for Centos are gtkmm2 and gtkmm24.
Is there a particular reason you want to install it from source? On rpm based systems compiling from source is normally done only as a last resort. Doing so creates issues with package management (as well as a host of other things).
thank you very much .I want to install the latest version...