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Jetta VR6 6Spd

Jetta VR6 6Spd

Member Since 14 Aug 2005
Offline Last Active Mar 17 2006 09:58 AM

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In Topic: Working Wireless (USB and Ralink)

28 August 2005 - 09:17 PM

For anyone interested in an ebay sourced mini-pci broadcom card:


In Topic: patching dev dvd from ubuntu live

26 August 2005 - 06:05 AM

The earlier releases of hfsplus support for linux only supported a read only mount. The updated releases will allow you to read and write. You probably mounted the partition just fine, its just the version of hfsplus support that you are using.

This is similar to the progress of ntfs support in linux from a while back.

In Topic: a lot of "death screens"

24 August 2005 - 04:58 PM

All of the error logs should hold their information until you delete them. So just make note of the time and you should be able to scroll back into the log to see if it recorded any information before it crashed.

You may want to wait a few minutes before you reboot so you can distinguish between boot errors and crash errors.

Another thing, look to see if anyone else is running hardware similar or the same as yours (P4, IDE, & VIA chipset). They may have more insight to this problem.

In Topic: patching dev dvd from ubuntu live

24 August 2005 - 02:42 AM

Ubuntu is a linux distro, so the commands are the same as any other linux distro. The thing you need to figure out is if the kernel has support for hfsplus filesystems.

You can try this command, if it works then your kernel has the proper extensions to load hfsplus partitions.

mount -t hfsplus /dev/hda /mnt/hfsplusdrive

If this does not work... You will have to add hfsplus support to the kernel first.

I do know that Fedora Core 4 has built in support for hfsplus partitons. So if you have room to install Fedora as a dual boot OS then this would be an extremely useful option. Not to mention, Fedora Core 4 is pretty good itself.

Here is a project at SourceForge that relates to this topic:

In Topic: a lot of "death screens"

23 August 2005 - 06:29 AM

This seems to be a interesting problem.

Do you know what version of the oah750d file you are using?

Look here for some reference on identifying it:
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