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    Re: FlashPlayer??

    You must have done something non-standard like installing i386 binaries somewhere, because it is absolutely impossible for x86_64 firefox to use the i386 flash-plugin.
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    Re: FlashPlayer??

    In your URL bar type about:plugins
    This will display all plugins that the browser knows about.
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    Re: FlashPlayer??

    I just tested it. It most definitely does not work. Are you sure you didn't download a different build of i386 firefox and the flash-plugin is running within that instead of the FC x86_64 firefox?...
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    Re: FlashPlayer??

    Umm... the i386 flash-plugin does NOT work on x86_64 firefox.
    rpm -q --qf '%{name} %{arch}\n' firefox flash-plugin
    What does this say?
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    Re: Release date for Fedora Core 2?

    Absolute development freeze happened on April 16th. Everything happening now is supposed to be critical bug fixes. April 26th is the scheduled release of FC2 Test3, but I am uncertain if that is on...
  6. And that was only due to errors in the build...

    And that was only due to errors in the build system that were only caught later. The next test release should work on i586 and higher again, including your chip.

    Although your chip is probably...
  7. Probably not. Note that it is implemented in...

    Probably not. Note that it is implemented in hardware, and in hardware that we already have.

    Also note that Intel has "no plans" to release hardware within the next year or more with hardware...
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    A64 can run 32bit operating systems just like an...

    A64 can run 32bit operating systems just like an Athlon. The Red Hat enterprise for x86_64 releases are quite expensive. You probably want Fedora Core for x86_64 instead.

    Currently it is in 0.96...
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    Fedor Core 0.96 AMD64 test1 is out, and the final...

    Fedor Core 0.96 AMD64 test1 is out, and the final version of FC1 x86_64 is due out soon. Not long later FC2 test1 x86_64 is coming too.
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    Thank you for your nice messages. I only hope...

    Thank you for your nice messages. I only hope you wont be angry that I am not replying often in the past weeks. As you can probably see I have been pretty busy... and I am still a full-time...
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    mount options like noexec and nodev used to be a...

    mount options like noexec and nodev used to be a good idea, but you will find that some GUI programs create temp executables, fifos, unix domain sockets and stuff in your home directory. Those...
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    currently everything you know for RH9 applies to...

    currently everything you know for RH9 applies to FC1. FC1's technology is the same thing, just newer versions and more bugfixes.

    The key difference is the update mechanism and where you point...
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    For me it works great for server. One benefit...

    For me it works great for server. One benefit over previous Red Hat Linux releases is that they release more updates for bugfix reasons rather than only security updates. This allows us to have a...
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    For me Fedora works better in every way, with...

    For me Fedora works better in every way, with much newer software versions and less bugs overall. I am not aware of GPM mouse issues as it works for me. Can you describe your hardware? Have you...
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    I don't know anything about the SIS chipset. In...

    I don't know anything about the SIS chipset. In our testing nVidia nForce3 chipset seems extremely problematic if you enable ACPI, and it has the drawback of needing binary only drivers if you use...
  16. Search this forum for keyword RAID where you will...

    Search this forum for keyword RAID where you will see this question answered several hundred other times in the past years. Long story short, those RAID controllers are absolutely terrible and not...
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    Most retail NICs work fine... I would recommend...

    Most retail NICs work fine... I would recommend searching Google for the model name & number and Linux to see what other people are saying about it. For most cards you might find posts from 2-3...
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    http://www.fedora.us/wiki/FedoraHOWTO You can...

    http://www.fedora.us/wiki/FedoraHOWTO
    You can use apt or yum from fedora.us and choose your closest mirror.

    The benefit of this method is that it should continue to supply you updates even after...
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    Be aware that those virus scanners only catch...

    Be aware that those virus scanners only catch Windows viruses for the most part. They may have signatures for the very small number of Linux viruses that have existed over the years, but generally...
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    You should not use your computer as root...

    You should not use your computer as root normally. The risk is a bit higher if you happen to use a vulnerable application and something from the network knows how to exploit it.

    Always keep the...
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    Generally we Linux professionals don't worry...

    Generally we Linux professionals don't worry about viruses like we do when we use Windows. The key difference is not really the much larger number of Windows users, but fundamental in the design of...
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    Umm... use the automatic tools and you get this...

    Umm... use the automatic tools and you get this stuff from packages that download and install automatically.
    http://rpm.livna.org

    Read the directions here:
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    Just a hunch, but did those people forget to turn...

    Just a hunch, but did those people forget to turn off the built in firewall that they enabled during installation?

    The above statement is borderline FUD, without citing sources and stating a...
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    http://fedora.linux.duke.edu/fc1_x86_64/ The...

    http://fedora.linux.duke.edu/fc1_x86_64/

    The most software compatible Linux that currently exists is the pre-alpha of Fedora Core 1 for AMD64. It currently works relatively well with a few...
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    If you are using FTP for other people to login to...

    If you are using FTP for other people to login to accounts, DON'T DO IT. Use ssh instead, and you can login encrypted and secure with any scp or sftp client.

    http://winscp.sourceforge.net/eng/...
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