Ok all you Linux and Mac fans. here you go.
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Author:  honkeykong [ Wed Nov 03, 2004 8:32 pm ]
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OK, it's been a while since I've been here, but I recently switched from SuSE to Fedora Core 2, and since I was too lazy to recompile MP3 support into XMMS (It's disabled by default in FC2), I decided to see if I could get XMMS-Infopipe to work with BeepMP. Since BeepMP is just a GTK2 fork of the original XMMS source, it worked pretty well. All I had to do was apply a patch to the infopipe source code and recompile. The patch can be found here: ... p.patch.gz

Just patch it, follow the instructions, and you'll have your SigX reporting from BeepMP instead of XMMS. You don't even need to modify your Perl script! ;)

Author:  A Cow [ Tue Nov 30, 2004 7:34 pm ]
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someone said they used webmin to create a cron job.. i installed it on mandrake 10.1 and it says
Failed to save cron job : The user 'root' is not allowed to access cron

hah.. is there a nother way? it also seems that every time i set up a cron job it always is gone on reboot

Author:  yuriy [ Tue Nov 30, 2004 8:00 pm ]
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set it up though your user, not as root.

after logging into your user, do 'crontab -e' and it should open it up for your user.

Author:  A Cow [ Tue Nov 30, 2004 8:27 pm ]
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it gave me the same error with my user.. btw.. yuri do you think you could help me get this stupid libwww thing installed.. since i upgraded from 9.2 i cant get it installed..

Author:  yuriy [ Wed Dec 01, 2004 12:43 pm ]
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im very limited on my knowledge of linux.

If you were in debian, i'd tell you to do a apt-get install libwww, or if you are using the ports system of installing, you can do 'portinstall libwww'

Author:  david86 [ Thu Dec 01, 2005 9:23 am ]
Post subject:  Upload / Download speed.

This script works like a dream, the only think i would really like to have is for it to show the current upload & download speed of eth0.

Im running CentOS 4.2.

i would like it to say somthing along the lines of:

UL: 102kb/s | DL: 122kb/s

If this is possible and anyone could help it would be much appreshated.


Author:  AA27 [ Wed Dec 14, 2005 12:48 am ]
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OK, I'm not new to Linux, but I haven't used Pearl under Ubuntu. I know Ubuntu is debian based and I really want to know how to install Sigx under ubuntu. Any help would be really appreciated.

Author:  jiefu [ Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:44 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Ok all you Linux and Mac fans. here you go.

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get it:
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