4.9 or 5.2.1
orbman at thingysrealm.myftp.org
Thu May 13 17:29:19 BST 2004
Josef Karthauser wrote:
>On Thu, May 13, 2004 at 03:26:41PM +0100, Grant wrote:
>>ok, i think 4.9 is going to be best for me then, i also think now as you
>>said about installing a X on the server, it will be a little bit of a
>>waste of space....
>>but what i wanted X for was so i could get a VNCserver start up each
>>time and then i could just connect via that to do commands and browse
>>the sites... and i could just close it and come back to it and it would
>>have all my things still there... but i dunno about that now.
>You can always install just the X11 run time on the server so you can
>'ssh -X' into the machine and run x-applications. However the "screen"
>port is a good solution too.
>>oh also does freebsd support read/write to FAT32 filesystems... as i got
>>a USB drive i use for backups so its kinda of needed... unless i change
>Yes, there is an msdosfs kernel module that allows fat32 file systems to
>run. More importantly you'll want to check that the "umass" usb mass
>storage device driver works with your device first.
Well from the reply's from people, it looks like its best to just use
console... so i think that will be best for me to do, as i dont *need*
to use it to check the sites, so i think i will just do what people
said, use my workstation to check them instead.
About the usb drive, how would i check that it would work? the drive its
self is a seagate 80gb, and i just shoved it into a USB caddy.
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