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Regarding changing file system mode

Posted 07-09-2007 at 01:54 AM by gchakravarthy

Hi,
I implemented sleep mode in linux-2.6.11.and the processor is intel pxa-255.
It is going to sleep mode and working fine.After come out of the sleep mode my
linux file system is going to read only mode.How to change this file system from read only
to read write mode.
Please help me to solve this problem.

rgds
G.Chakry
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system call

Posted 07-08-2007 at 11:50 AM by sara933

Hi every body
i am a beginner in linux.I want to add a system call to kernel that it writes my linux kernel .I have read some documents about it ,but i dont no what exactly I have to do.
would anyone helps me?
thanks.bye
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Slackware 12: usbboot.img

Posted 07-06-2007 at 06:59 PM by hrp2171

Awesome feature! I tried the usbboot.img to install Slackware 12 and it worked perfectly. I had already downloaded the /slackware folder to the winxp partition, so using my usb stick was perfect choice for installation. No wasted CDs or DVDs.

Thank goodness.
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shell script to send a mail on success or failure of task

Posted 07-02-2007 at 07:13 AM by Chaitra.gm

Hi All,
I have written a shell script which takes the back up of data from Bugzilla, everyday. Now I want to upgrade this script with the option of sending a mail to me(or any respective person) in both the scenarios i.e. upon success and failure scenarios of back up with the appropriate information. Can anyone help me in this aspect?

Thanks
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I spoke too soon!

Posted 07-02-2007 at 01:08 AM by Andy@DP

Haha,

I have (or I should say VMWare has) killed my debian install. One minute it's running fine, the next VMWare has changed a identifer because I moved the machine save and BOOM! down goes the network inside the VM :(

Ah well that's the last time I move one of those bad boys, still if I can get it up and running again quick then I'll be a happy peep :)
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