New to CrunchBangview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello everyone, I was recommended CrunchBang by the User's over at Gentoo Forums and am downloading the Testing to a thumbdrive as i type this. This is my first time using a linux based OS and I am moving to it from Windows XP Professional  after a lot of searching. Im Running an AMD Athlon 64 X@ Dualcore Processor 3800+ 2.01GHz with 1.87 Gigs of RAM and a 150 GB HDD. (HowTos)

What is the Arch Way to load "many" modules during boot?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – @tomegunYour idea of using a separate file is appealing.  It would eliminate the clutter of having 50+ modules listed in rc.conf.  It would also be much easer to read with only one module per line.  However, I am concerned that this may be an atypical solution as I do not have an /etc/load-modules.d/ folder.  What packages/daemons/etc are required to implement this?@ngooneeI am (HowTos)

Hey #!'ers!view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Some of you might already know me, as I'm active in the IRC channel. Figured I should register here since I've put it off for so long. My jump into Linux started about two years ago with backtrack 4, moved to Ubuntu 10.04 which had a nice graphics bug. Next was #!, when it was still based on Ubuntu. Installed Arch after that, and now my laptop runs Gentoo, desktop on #!. (HowTos)

Can't mount existing partitions during Arch_X86-64 re-installview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Silly question.  You are doing that with root permissions, right?  (Sorry I have to ask)Have you fsck'd those partitions?  (I have not used Reiserfs since my Gentoo days, does one use fsck, or something else?)Any chance the kernel modules for those file systems are not loaded? ewaller https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=27289 2012-07-19T03:45:59Z (HowTos)

Tomcat logging on Gentooview story

http://serverfault.com – I have recently set up a dedicated server running Gentoo and Tomcat. There are problems with the application I deployed, so I wanted to check the logs but it doesn't seem to be logging everything. The application is deployed in the in the "ROOT" folder and, reading the /etc/tomcat-7/logging.properties file, it looks like the log file is located on /var/log/tomcat-7/localhost.yyyy-mm-dd.log. (HowTos)

target/build CFLAGS mixup when cross-emerging due to bug or my stupidity?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm trying to emerge LLVM using emerge from a crossdev (for ARM) overlay in Gentoo. (HowTos)

Expanding horizons with a 10 distro testview story

http://www.unix.com – As it said, if you don't know where to post, post it here. :-) **I have been running Linux now for many years but I am an amateur compared to many gurus. There is a big difference in using an OS and really knowing the OS. I started off with Debian for about 6 months, Gentoo for a couple of years, and Ubuntu for about three years. (HowTos)

On the Retina MacBook Proview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Anyone on this list that has, or is thinking about buying the Retina display MacBook Pro and wants to run any form of Linux on it, should watch the progress of what Greg Kroah-Hartman is doing to get it working on this hardware. He has just announced that he has managed to get Gentoo booting directly into the EFI on Google +. (HowTos)

Installing Fedora 17 using USB pendrives on UEFI systemview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi all, Just got a new ultrabook laptop (Asus Zenbook Prime UX31a) and I want to install Fedora 17 on it while maintaining Windows 7 (for now). My first attempts at installing it failed after messing with the disk partitions, resulting in the laptop not booting anymore. (HowTos)

Printing using a VirtualBox guest in Linuxview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a printer setup, which is a bit awkward. The printers are exported by a SMB host using the printer sharing feature. However the shared printers are not seen by my Linux system (gentoo). Using the SMBClient I can list them, but any attempt to install these printers within cups failed. I also have a Windows system, which is running within a VirtualBox instance. (HowTos)