Custom kernel problems: PCMCIA
I've recently compiled a new kernel to bring woody up to a 2.4.23 kernel.
In the process, I lost USB access, and now can't boot with the vortex
PCMCIA nic plugged in.
Plugging it in prints a message referring to a text file in Document/
that doesn't exist, and no ping returns when pinging a numeric IP address.
... I'm at a loss for exactly what I did wrong...
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Is someone familiar with font setup in X here, or shall I try somewhere
I am in the process of cleaning up my fonts installation (in Debian
Sarge). Could someone suggest how do I actually check which fonts are
*not* installed properly? I guess this may be sound like a vague
question to some, but I am trying google and haven't found anything
relevant to this approach. Most talk about how to setup them up, not how
to debug the setup.
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