fresh install of Fedora
guyster at buckeye-express.com
Wed Nov 26 11:19:49 EST 2003
Thanks Krister. I'll have to try that when I get home from work
tonight. Also, I was able to obtain some info regarding my Ethernet card
problem if anyone has any input. When booting up, I hear the message
"unable to find link. Check cable" or something to that effect. When I
get logged in as root, I can do dhclient eth0, and everything is cool, but
is there a way to make Linux obtain my DHCP info on bootup automatically?
At 05:36 AM 11/26/2003, you wrote:
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>GS> Lastly, I am having a hard time getting gnopernicus to come up talking
>GS> X is started. When in X, I can do an alt+f-2, type in gnopernicus and it
>GS> will speak, but if I simply issue a startx command, nothing.
>Bring up the start menu by hitting alt+f1 and from there, go to
>"preferences" sub menu. Arrow right into that menu and choose
>"assistive technology" and hit "enter".
>Make sure the check boxes for accessibility and screen reader are
>checked and hit "ok". Now, Gnopernicus should come up talking.
>crisekstrom at bredband.net
> Get pgp keys here: mailto:crisekstrom at bredband.net?subject=get_pgp_keys
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