Vifm is a ncurses based file manager with vi like keybindings, fast, lightweight, old school file manager.view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – Vifm is a ncurses based file manager with vi like keybindings. If you use vi, vifm gives you complete keyboard control over your files without having to learn a new set of commands. Options. The vifm executable will start vifm in the current directory unless it is given a different directory on the command line. <lwinpath> Starts Vifm in the specified path. (HowTos)

Gentoo on O3Dview story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – I was wondering if anyone ever managed to install gentoo on our device, and if so is it on top of android or dual booting? Also if anyone has that tremendous capability, could please provide a guide (preferably step-by-step). Cheers. Sent from my LG-P920 using xda app-developers app (HowTos)

Scribus crashes on startupview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I've been trying to get scribus to work on my new gentoo 12.1 (amd64) installation, but it crashes at start-up with it's infamous "signal 11" error. What I've tried so far (all with the same result): Install stable amd64 package (1.4.0-r2) Install unstable amd64 package (1.4.1) Install stable i386 package (1.4.0-r2) Starting it from command line gives me: Scribus Crash ------------- Scribus (HowTos)

Development Release: Pentoo 2012.0 Betaview story

https://www.linux.com – Michael Zanetta has announced the availability of the initial beta build of Pentoo 2012.0, a Gentoo-based live DVD featuring a collection of applications and tools designed to perform penetration testing: "The Pentoo team is pleased to announce public beta of Pentoo 2012. (Software)

This is one of the best forums on the net, hands down.view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I might just ramble a little, but there is a point to it all ;)First a little about me.I've been a Linux user since about 2005, but just started using CrunchBang about a year ago. I distro hopped for several years before settling on Linux Mint main edition and LMDE as my distro's of choice. Since finding CrunchBang it has quickly become my distro of choice. (HowTos)

Sabayon 9 KDE reviewview story

http://www.linuxbsdos.com – Sabayon 9 is the latest edition of Sabayon, a multi-purpose distribution based on Gentoo Linux. It is a rolling distribution, which means that existing users do not have to reinstall to get the latest edition. The simple act of installing updates and upgrading the kernel gives those users the latest and greatest edition. The Sabayon [...] (General)

SIOCSIFADDR: File exists after upgrading kernelview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Since upgrading my (Gentoo) kernel from 2.6.38 to 3.3.8 (via oldconfig), I can't get the network on eth0 up anymore. It reports "SIOCSIFADDR: File exists" with a number of other SIOCSIF* errors that seem related. I have the CONFIG_BNX2=y configuration for the Broadcom NetXtreme II NIC that the machine has (which we have been using for years) enabled in the new kernel. Any hints? (HowTos)

Find out a package's configure/compile options in Gentooview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – On a Gentoo Linux box which I'm not administering (and to which I don't have root access), how can I find out the options which were used to compile the package? (Please note I've never worked with Gentoo before, but have good working knowledge of Debian-based distros) (HowTos)

What keeps one side of an rsync so busy?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I've got a debian machine in my lan serving as a backup server for the others. It has four HDDs combined into a software RAID 5 md device, on that an lvm, and on that a btrfs. Backups are made using rsync, and for a large filesystem take over an hour. (HowTos)

Install media 2012.07.15view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – ataraxia wrote:The "core" images (that included packages on the ISO) caused support problems. If the ISO was older than some recent difficult upgrade, users were faced with tough steps (like a combined filesystem and glibc upgrade) immediately after install. The net install method avoids that. (HowTos)