Sadly, this morning I've discovered a hardware failure in my system. It
seems a disk failure, but I'm having also some problems while working
with a knoppix live CD after booting from the DVD reader. I have another
CD-ROM unit attached to the second IDE bus, and booting from there i can
at least to use a web mail client, but my home partition is still
unreadable. Seems a disk drive failure, or IDE controller, IDE cables,
or something related.
Anyway, this week i won't be able to work with RG, nor to help too much
with the new release.
> at least to use a web mail client, but my home partition is still
> unreadable. Seems a disk drive failure, or IDE controller, IDE cables,
> or something related.
> Anyway, this week i won't be able to work with RG, nor to help too much
> with the new release.
Newer (everything since about the 500 MHz days) computers sure aren't worth a
damn, are they?
I could tell all kinds of stories, but I guess the short of it is that
equipment just doesn't seem to have a long life expectancy anymore.
Good luck, and sorry about your troubles. I happened to me too. I was stuck
running on a PII-233 for several months.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan <dmmcintyr@...>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
From: Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas <plcl@te...> - 2004-07-28 16:48:42
On Sunday 25 July 2004 16:34, Silvan wrote:
> Newer (everything since about the 500 MHz days) computers sure aren't worth
> a damn, are they?
You're Right, they aren't. But anyway, it recovered itself alone, just after
buying a new 80Gb disk but just before installing it. Can you believe it?
Anyway, I'm running again, in time to do some tests before the new releases.
About the translations: the new or updated tips require some process in order
to update rosegarden.pot, but i don't remember how. Someone?