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anticapitalista
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Joined: 13 Jun 2008
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Location: Greece
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Perfect. Thanks trash80.
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inixi in Pardus
miltonjohn
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Joined: 06 Jan 2009
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Pardus got the same Issue like ArchLinux
/usr/local/bin is not a directory by default!

inxi needs to be put to /usr/bin instead and the dircetory to do the symbolic-link for konversation is:

cd /usr/bin && ln -s inxi /usr/kde3.5/apps/konversation/scripts

<fixed link syntax>

great work!
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trash80
Status: Interested
Joined: 03 Nov 2008
Posts: 29
Location: in the middle
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inxi 0.9.4 is released.

This fixes issues where spaces are used in mounted drive's names.

One user worked hard to figure out a way to put spaces in their mounted partitions, but they were no match for h2.

Previously, these were read incorrectly by inxi, and ignored, which caused mathematical errors in reporting percent used.

install or update, and enjoy.
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minor reporting of xorg settings
aus9
Status: Assistant
Joined: 21 Sep 2008
Posts: 358
Location: Australia
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Hi TechAdmin

I am just building sidux pontos and before running smxi and nvidia stuff I grabbed inxi and here is my output

Graphics: Card nVidia Device 0640 tty resolution ( 141x40 )

its supposed to read 1440 x 900 by 75 Hz

No need to look at links unless it excites the curious....heh heh

www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=eaf07483aaaea11091b20cc0d07ba4d251df390f17746027

www.mediafire.com/imageview.php?quickkey=mmgo2dtumty&thumb=4


Still having troubles with file sharing site so maybe you can only see the bottom link....if anyone cared to look


cheerio
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techAdmin
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Joined: 26 Sep 2003
Posts: 3976
Location: East Coast, West Coast? I know it's one of them.
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don't worry about images, just copy in your inxi -G
output into [ code ]..... [ /code ] (get rid of spaces) and we'll check it out.

also, visit irc.oftc.net channel #linux-smokers-club and see if you can give trash80 or me some feedback in real time.

There aren't many things that can go wrong there, but maybe you found one of them, you never know.
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pardus-release in inxi
miltonjohn
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Joined: 06 Jan 2009
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hi,
is it possible to add on line 231. to "DISTROS_PRIMARY" the "pardus-release" Like this:
Code:
231: DISTROS_PRIMARY="gentoo-release mandrake-release redhat-release slackware-version SuSE-release pardus-release"
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techAdmin
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Joined: 26 Sep 2003
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Location: East Coast, West Coast? I know it's one of them.
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Yes, update now to 0.9.5

Pardus however isn't a primary, it's a derived, but other than that, inxi is updated.
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minor issue line 231
aus9
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Joined: 21 Sep 2008
Posts: 358
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techAdmin

on same theme as line 231...not that I use it anymore...but maybe when you get a chance to do other things...you could update mandrake to mandriva?

2) I had not realised it might work for Mdv so depending on your reply....in the fullness of time...I shall post in Mdv forum at linuxquestions if you like?

cheerio
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techAdmin
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trash80 already has the mandriva stuff set and working as far as I know.

That required a new method, as far as I know it works as expected now. The logic for mandrake / mandriva there is NOT random, and should be working, it is definitely working for trash80, who runs mandriva.
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Ghstryder
Status: Interested
Joined: 08 Sep 2008
Posts: 24
Location: Michigan
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Once upon a time, I got this output (snipped for the sake of brevity.

:: Code ::
System:    Host gx280-debian running  Linux 2.6.27-8.slh.1-sidux-686 i686 Distro Debian GNU/Linux 5.0
CPU:       Quad Core Intel Xeon cache 1024 KB flags (sse3 nx lm) bmips 28727.4
           Clock Speeds: (1) 3590.929 MHz (2) 3590.929 MHz (3) 3590.929 MHz (4) 3590.929 MHz
 Client Shell inxi 0.8.5


Today, I get this...

:: Code ::
System:    Host gx280-debian Kernel  2.6.28-1.slh.2-sidux-686 i686 (32 bit) Distro Debian GNU/Linux 5.0
CPU:       Single Core HT Intel Xeon cache 1024 KB flags (sse3 nx lm) bmips 7181.88
           Clock Speeds: (1) 3590.941 MHz (2) 3590.941 MHz (3) 3590.941 MHz (4) 3590.941 MHz
Client Shell inxi 0.9.5


For what it's worth. Obviously nothing creates any hardship.
The system has (2) 3.6 GHz dual core Xeons.
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