Linux makes me laugh like a schoolgirl.
There is an old saying in in the *nix world, that if it doen't work from the command line it doesn't work.Originally Posted by Dizzle
Obviously I'm not saying that this holds true for X11 interfaces, but it does for all services, that includes wireless. Much of this stems from the fact that the vast majority of *nix boxes will never have a keyboard, let alone a monitor connected to them. Many people have used different flavour of linux including debian for wireless bridging and routing without every using a graphical interface, so yes it will work that way.
You can start whatever you want on boot, it's up to you. You just need to add it to your init/rc scripts.
It can do that from the command line too.
Code:### # uncomment as appropriate legal=18 #legal=17 #legal=16 while [[ $age -lt $legal ]] ; do sleep 60; done touch -t now schoolgirl
Dig the glowing eyes Llama. Were those always there? Never noticed before.
Code:su wydaddy cat /dev/tickle1 | /usr/bin/schoolgirl
Silverwolf 2 is dead.
Thanks, I just added them yesturday. I wish I could make it pause while unlit for a longer period of time. Unfortunately, The Gimp only lets you choose one frequency for all the frames.Originally Posted by intuitionsys
Sorry that doesn't work....Originally Posted by TheLlama
Code:revorg@localhost> su - TheLama password: TheLama@localhost> mount /dev/schoolgirl /dev/schoolgirl: permission denied
Is there a site where the basics of linux are explained? I'm even confused starting at the file structure. I understand partitions are mounted as sort of folders, and dev probably stands for devices, but stuff like etc and what not escape me.
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