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      Mandriva Official Documentation

      Official documentation for extant versions of Mandriva can be found at doc.mandriva.com.   Documentation for the latest release may take some time to appear there. You can install all the manuals from the main repository if you have Mandriva installed - files are prefixed mandriva-doc.
    • paul

      Forum software upgrade   10/29/17

      So you may have noticed the forum software has upgraded !!!
      A few things that have changed. We no longer have community blogs (was never really used) We no longer have a portal page.
      We can discuss this, and decide whether it is needed (It costs money) See this thread: Here

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    Linux { redhat, mandrake, suse, slackware, knoppix, lorma }<br>My Girlfriend { Laura }<br>Preferred GUI { KDE or OpenBox }
  1. KDE3.2

    Perhaps one could say we were "tricked" into thinking this was a tip or trick??? :lol: Sorry... I'm really sleepy...
  2. Where, O where, are my KDE screensavers?

    What is the manual way? I don't have broadband :( I'm having the exact same problems.
  3. NVIDIA Driver

    Thanks for the --noclean advice! How was the Expo????
  4. NVIDIA Driver

    NVidia Drivers were installed successfully!!! I can play Chromium again :mdk: Thanks again for all he help :)
  5. NVIDIA Driver

    Hmm... I have downloaded the Kernel rpm several different times from several different places and the md5sum never comes out right, its always the same, but never what the site says. strange strange... im just gonna hope it works. another interesting thing... why doesnt the pretty 'non-verbose' screen come up when i boot to the smp kernel? only when i boot to the normal... :(:(
  6. NVIDIA Driver

    Thanks for the advice Gowator, I would like to do URPMI stuff on my laptop at work and then come home and do it on the desktop FROM the laptop, is there a way I can do this?
  7. NVIDIA Driver

    Thanks for the Help dudes :) I figured out why URPMI wasn't workin... I didn't set it up. :P Lorma Linux, which I just migrated from, came with apt-get all set up for me. Unfortunatly, URPMI want's me to download something thats 19.2 mb on dialup I guess I'll have to bring my computer to work. Again, thanks for the help and I'll let ya know if it works or not.
  8. NVIDIA Driver

    Hey, I have searched this board for a long time, and cannot find an answer. Sorry If I'm asking something that has already been asked... In attempting to install my Nvidia drivers, I was required to have the "Kernel Source" I checked the CD's and could not find it. So I tried [root@Mandrake-kitty Desktop]# urpmi kernel-source no package named kernel-source I'm on dial-up, so it would be easier to download at work anyway... but can someone point me to the right direction of the source? [root@Mandrake-kitty Desktop]# uname -r 2.4.22-10mdksmp I hope this response is speedy :) Edit: Now that I think about it, I think its the Kernel HEADERS I need... dunno... someone help :(
  9. Linux mail server

    I've looked at Suse OpenExchange Server before. It's pretty spiffy. There was a demo thing you could log into before, dunno if it's still there or not. OpenExchane Site The only downfall is It's Expensive Sorry, After reading your post, I think you're looking for some thing 'free'. I'll leave this here in case youre interested.