is not too hard.
You can follow the directions, but if you are like me, you'll run
into a message about not having the kernel headers installed.
Solution appears to be:
- yum install kernel
- reboot your box
- yum install kernel-devel
- yum install kernel-headers
Then go and finish the build and install as per the directions.
Just doing yum install kernel-devel or yum install kernel-headers
will get you nowhere if the current kernel version is newer than
Other nifty commands:
- ethtool -i ethX, where ethX is eth0, eth1, etc. To see what driver you are using. Mine
finally says 1.2.17-NAPI.
- dmesg | fgrep e10
- fgrep ethX /var/log/messages, again, where ethX is replaced with your ethernet adaptor.
Good Screenshots for Papers Sat Jun 12 18:25:50 2010
% use hypersnap dx to capture window, turn off capture of cursor
% save as png
% open in photoshop
% make any edits (removal of urls, etc.)
% resize to the size it needs to be in the paper, but don't change
% resolution (only change one dimension, i.e. the width) -- This
% way you'll get a high ppi final image that looks good (3.25 inches
% is a good width for ACM 2 column papers)
% save as copy both pdf and eps
% for pdf, want high quality press settings
% for eps, want no preview, want ascii, want image interpolation,
% don't want anything else.
Split Screen Search 1:26PM, June 5, 2009
I just did a search on Google and noticed that with my window
maximized that nearly 50% of the screen real estate was white space.
This made me think back to