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Old 12-16-2005, 05:24 AM   #16
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sorry here's something about rpms..
rpm -ivh package_name.rpm installs the package_name.rpm
i -> install
v -> verbose (let me see some outputs as u install)
h -> hash

rpm -Uvh package_name.rpm upgrades a currently installed package.
U -> Upgrade

rpm -q package_name.rpm queries whether the package package_name.rpm is already installed or not.
q -> query

there are many switches you can use. but this is enough for general use.
 
Old 12-16-2005, 07:25 AM   #17
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Tanks well i use fedora 4 now en its nice every thing workout direcly fluxbox is running in just 1 step aah the only thing is that he " i think" al lot of times the system hangs BV: if i press Ctrl+Alt+F2 the system give no repons anymore he "hangs" after pussing the reset butting linux come back en nothing happens as i have look en some more thinks with linux redhat 9 i have never that problem but all right i now gone look if i can fix it

Project nub. 2 :P " lolz "
 
Old 12-22-2005, 03:22 AM   #18
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what are your machine specifications? RAM? PROCESSOR SPEED etc..??

try turning off unwanted services and check to see your swap. how much did you allot for swap? by history, it must be double your RAM or more?

1.as root type:ntsysv
2.unclick all the services listed except the ones you really need
3.reboot

1.type fdisk -l and check to see your swap partition size.
2.maybe your swap in not turned on, try swapon as root
3.if this doesnot solves your problem you may try resizing your swap partition.
 
  


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