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Old 02-01-2003, 04:27 AM   #1
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hmmmm :S

read below fornew questions
solved: {
i had redhat,but i formatted,reinstalled
ntfs was going
i reinstalled
installed new kernel(2.4.18-19) and ntfs support
but this time it doesnt work
i tried to reintsall kernel-ntfs,but its already installed
i tried this in terminal(as root): rpm -e kernel-ntfs
but no response since minutes
any ideeas? }

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Old 02-01-2003, 06:55 AM   #2
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the remove rpm was because i was using it,but it didnt work
i logged in using window maker,and it worked
after then i reinstalled it,and it worked

i got some new questions now:
1) how to enable to enable numlock automatically?
2) how to execute .sea files?
3) one of my driver is at - i extracted,browsed to the directory where the Makefile is,i ran ./Makefile ,but it gives hundreds of errors,like unknown function(it is chmodded to 777).any ideeas?
Old 02-01-2003, 11:41 AM   #3
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2) I have no idea what .sea files are
3) you don't have to run ./Makefile, if there's README and/or INSTALL file(s) read it, usually it is
make install


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