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About Kristof

  • Birthday 03/20/1983

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    Music, guitars, computers, webdesign (coding)

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  1. I have had it with two sites (that I can remember) but it doesn't always happen with these sites.
  2. When Opera is loading a site, I often get this message in the statusbar: Waiting for DNS confirmation of cookie domain(s) The message just stays there and no matter how long I wait, it won't go away. This is quite annoying because my horizontal scrollbar is underneath the statusbar, and as long as it stays there, I can't scroll. I can solve this by hitting the Stop button, this removes the statusbar. But this is only helpful when the message comes after the site had loaded. Sometimes I get it when only the background of site has loaded. Nothing else will load as long as the DNS-message stays in the statusbar. Hitting Stop also prevents the rest of the page from loading. I use Opera 7.23 in Windows and in Mandrake 9.2 and I only have the problem in Mandrake. Other browsers, like Konquerer or Mozilla work fine. What can I do about this?
  3. Thank you very much Dave Hallet and Anna!
  4. I have searched those directories but I haven't found anything. I tried locate sans but that only gave me information about the font Lucida Sans (lucsans). Here is a screenshot of my fonts, with the Sans font selected. Any ideas? I would really like to use it in my Windows because I think it kicks the hell out of Verdana and Tahoma :)
  5. 1. Yes. You get a and very user friendly representation of you hard disk. You can just select the partition and divide it into different Linux partitions. 2. You need some basic knowlegde of your hardware. Like the type of videocard, what network inferface card you have, ... These kind of things. 3. During the installation of Mandrake 9.2 you get te option of installing a boot loader (lilo or grub). When you start your computer, you get the boot loader you have chosen with a the installed operating systems. By the way, welcome to the forums! I'm new here myself and I'm sure you will like it here.
  6. I just love the font I'm using in KDE. It's called 'Sans' and I believe it is the default font. I would like to use the same font in Windows. Does anybody know where I can download this font or how I can tranfser it to Windows? I already looked on DaFont.com and 1001Fonts.com but I can't find it there.
  7. I can only hear one sound at a time. For example, when I'm playing MP3's with xmms, I can't hear the notification sound of gaim. Is there any way to fix this? I'm using Mandrake 9.2 and I have a Soundblaster 128.
  8. I'm afraid we're going way off topic here, but I can't let this one stand without responding. I was kidding, that's why I added the ;)-smiley :)
  9. Don't say that. He is the only good thing Norway has. Apart from cheap broadband that is ;)
  10. I installed php-mysql en mod_php and everything is working fine now. I have deleted the user and have created it again and it works now. Thanks for the help! I also gave webmin a try. Looks very nice!
  11. If you have installed Apache, PHP and MySQL, you have to place your .php-files in /var/www/html/ or you can specify another folder in your Apache config files. To the Norwegian guys: Kurt Nilsen's new song is great! I'm very glad that he won the World Idol competition. Take that Will Young! :)
  12. I'm a linux newbie; I did my first install a few weeks ago. I am using Mandrake 9.2. I had no idea there was something like webmin or webadmin. I just used the CLI, like I did in Windows, using the command prompt. So I need to do urpmi php-mysql. And for the mod_php? Is that also something I need to install, or something I need to modify in a config file? And what exactly is webmin?
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