dosemu and dosbox start problemview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I get this:C: HD1, Pri[ 1], CHS=    0-1-1, start=     0 MB, size=   392 MBD: HD2, Pri[ 1], CHS=    0-1-1, start=     0 MB, size=   392 MBUMB's unavailable!dosemu XMS 3.0 driver installed.dosemu EMS 4.0 driver installed.CONFIG.SYS error in line 10>>>devicehigh=d:\dosemu\cdrom.sys          &# (HowTos)

is there any guide to a usable font configuration on arch?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – So in the meantime I've been able to acquire some win7 installation media and now I've installed all major font packages (ttf-win7-fonts, ttf-mac-fonts, ttf-google-webfonts). I'm still not sure why there is both /etc/profile.d/infinality-settings.sh and /etc/fonts/infinality/infinalty.conf. I guess I'm supposed to set the same "styles" in both of them. (HowTos)

mutt and gpg-agentview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Here you go:set pgp_decode_command="gpg %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? (HowTos)

AVR Programmer issues with ehci_hcdview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – after blacklisting the module in modprobe.conf and removing /lib/modprobe.d/usb-load-ehci-first.conf, and then rebuilding with mkinitcpio , I was missing half of the devices in lsusb and the device wouldn't be recognized at all, but after reloading ehci_hcd via modprobe they we're all back up. It also brought back the problem of the device being driven by ehci_hcd. (HowTos)

[SOLVED] Japanese Character Looks badview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – You marked the thread as solved, but let me post one thing.Install otf-ipafont in AUR, which is the most beautiful open source Japanese fonts.And add the following section to your ~/.fonts.conf.(DejaVu is just an example. (HowTos)

wifi configuration problemview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – helioz wrote:Hi,I use archlinux and was setting up wifi. Installed b43 firmware for broadcom wireless device.I personally think that it's because arch cannot start my device.when i hit[root@lappy helios]# ip link set wlan0 up RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supportedAny ideas what I might do? I tried a lot but found little information. Thank you.P.S: I prefer b43 to broadcom-wl. (HowTos)

Disk Cloning with DD - Questionsview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – The copy's size depends on zeros there are in you hard drive, I mean is easy to compress a lot of zeroes. But I don't know if when you uses it, saving, loading, deleting archives it comes to zeroes or not, because it just change the pointers in the file system and didn't make zeros in the blocks. (HowTos)

Asus eee pc 1015px Elantechview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I have just installed Arch Linux on my Asus 1015px netbook. Mostly, everything is going well, except for my touchpad and some of the function keys. The Elantech touchpad somewhat works. I can move the cursor around the screen and use the buttons to click. (HowTos)

[SOLVED] Acer Aspire One: Volume keys don't workview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Also, to follow up - I suspect many of the larger DE's automagically do the key binding from the XF86Audio* to the appropriate actions.I'm not familiar with i3, but most lighter weight WM's do not manage this automatically for - I suspect - a couple reasons.  Most importantly, since they are WM's not DE's there is no expectation or requirement that one uses a specific (HowTos)

Setting up LAMP results in "Could not connect" messages in browserview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I am trying to set up a LAMP stack on my desktop, mostly for development purposes. I followed the instruction in the LAMP page in the wiki to the letter: checked that the http user existed, fixed the http.conf and rc.conf files, started the http server. When I try to connect to localhost, however, instead of the usual Apache page I get a " "Could not connect" message. (HowTos)