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From:  bebyx (2:467/888.57)
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Date: Mon, 04 January 2021 Great! Hello, Richard Falken. On 03.01.21 05:00 you wrote: RF> Re: Great! RF> By: bebyx to Richard Falken on Sun Jan 03 2021 10:15 am ??>> I don't have experience with Slackware nor ...
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From:  Nicholas Boel (1:154/10)
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Date: Sun, 03 January 2021 Great! Hello Richard, On Sun Jan 03 2021 09:28:46, Richard Menedetter wrote to bebyx: RM> A few days ago I installed Manjaro on my Pinebook Pro. RM> It is better supported and they changed the...
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From:  Richard Falken (1:123/115)
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Date: Sun, 03 January 2021 Great! Re: Great! By: bebyx to Richard Falken on Sun Jan 03 2021 10:15 am > I don't have experience with Slackware nor Tiny CoreLinux (gmail is a real > shame, though), but I see you have a go...
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From:  Richard Menedetter (2:310/31)
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Date: Sun, 03 January 2021 Great! Hi Aaron! 03 Jan 2021 00:35, from Aaron Thomas -> bebyx: AT> I've heard that Debian is more "stable" than Ubuntu, but what is meant AT> by that? Debian uses "older&...
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From:  Richard Menedetter (2:310/31)
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Date: Sun, 03 January 2021 Great! Hi bebyx! 03 Jan 2021 01:28, from bebyx -> Richard Menedetter: be> I use Debian and Gentoo. I use Debian on servers and usually Ubuntu on the Desktop. A few days ago I installed Manja...
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From:  Karel Kral (2:423/39)
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Date: Sun, 03 January 2021 Great! Hello Alan! 02 Jan 21 20:47, you wrote to Aaron Thomas: AI> Debian stable is very stable. The software in there got plenty of AI> testing before release but it can be old (by some stand...
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From:  bebyx (2:467/888.57)
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Date: Sun, 03 January 2021 Great! Hello, Richard Falken. On 02.01.21 18:52 you wrote: RF> Re: Great! RF> By: bebyx to Richard Menedetter on Sun Jan 03 2021 01:28 am ??>> Hi, Richard. On 02.01.21 21:59 you wrot...
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From:  bebyx (2:467/888.57)
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Date: Sun, 03 January 2021 Great! Hi, Richard. On 02.01.21 21:59 you wrote: RM> Hi bebyx! 02 Jan 2021 22:11, from bebyx -> All: be>> Is this group alive? RM> I am reading it ;) CU, Ricsi ... If you find a path ...
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From:  Richard Menedetter (2:310/31)
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Date: Sat, 02 January 2021 (no subject) Hi bebyx! 02 Jan 2021 22:11, from bebyx -> All: be> Is this group alive? I am reading it ;) CU, Ricsi ... If you find a path with no obstacles it probably doesn't lead anywhere. ...
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From:  bebyx (2:467/888.57)
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Date: Sat, 02 January 2021 (no subject) Hello, All. Is this group alive? -- Best regards! Posted using Hotdoged on Android --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android * Origin: Android device, Milky Way (2:467/888.57) ...
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From:  Moderator (3:712/848)
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Date: Fri, 01 January 2021 Automated monthly link check/echo rules Automated monthly link check/echo rules posting. Echo Tag : LINUX Moderator(s): Scott Little Access : Anyone Topic : Discussion of the Linux kernel, Linux based environments, ...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Mon, 28 December 2020 Manjaro pi Hello Rick! 25 Dec 2020 23:25, Rick Smith wrote to All: RS> I am wondering if anyone knows what the equivalant of dpkg RS> --add-architecture armhf would be on manjaro? only amiga...
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From:  Rick Smith (1:105/10.1)
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Date: Sat, 26 December 2020 Manjaro pi Greetings All! I am wondering if anyone knows what the equivalant of dpkg --add-architecture armhf would be on manjaro? I am trying to enable 32 bit support on the manjaro pi so that I can in...
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From:  Karel Kral (2:423/39)
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Date: Wed, 23 December 2020 systemd Hello Vincent! 22 Dec 20 16:17, you wrote to me: VC> I do not like using journalctl to read such logs so I allow a command VC> to run to use the older method and that way I can just loo...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Wed, 23 December 2020 ternux tip Hello All! in termux type pkg install runcpm if it dont work, dont blame me :) Regards Benny ... too late to die young :) --- Msged/LNX 6.1.2 (Linux/5.10.2-gentoo-x86_64 (x86_64)) ...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Wed, 23 December 2020 slackware 5.10.2 now :) Hello All! but i dont like the manglede console colors now removing lots of colors from gentoo in ssh but i get my unifi wifi 6 ap today, its soon xmax :) Regards Benny ... too late t...
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From:  Vincent Coen (2:250/1)
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Date: Tue, 22 December 2020 systemd Hello Karel! Monday December 21 2020 12:05, you wrote to me: > Hello Vincent! > 20 Dec 20 14:05, you wrote to me: VC>> Look at logrotate which is the normal product to contr...
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From:  Karel Kral (2:423/39)
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Date: Mon, 21 December 2020 systemd Hello Vincent! 20 Dec 20 14:05, you wrote to me: VC> Look at logrotate which is the normal product to control journal files VC> in /var/log The issue is that in default journalctl is...
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From:  Maurice Kinal (2:280/464.113)
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Date: Sun, 20 December 2020 there is bugger all here on earth -={ Geloofwaardige datetime-stempel voor Ladysmith BC, Canada: 2020-12-20 14:01:08 -0800 }=- Hallo Benny! BP> yes, i see its funny one that lives on exhange of imformation, BP> is not...
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From:  Benny Pedersen (2:230/0)
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Date: Sun, 20 December 2020 there is bugger all here on earth Hello Maurice! 16 Dec 2020 17:32, Maurice Kinal wrote to Benny Pedersen: BP>> not nodelisted anymore, no more problem MK> I saw the post about it. Another one bytes the dust. :-/ ...
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