Turbolinux 10

The guest operating system installation guide includes instructions for installing supported guest operating systems on the following VMware products:

  • VMware ESXi/ESX and later
  • VMware Workstation and later
  • VMware Fusion and later
  • VMware ACE and later

PulseAudio Equalizer/LADSPA Processor (05/02/2010)
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Current operation: disabling equalizer
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Unloading & reloading stream-restore module…
Unloading module-ladspa-sink…
Moving active PulseAudio clients to ALSA sink (alsa_
tereo)…
Transferring current mute (0) & volume (100%) to ALSA sink (
-stereo)…
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Current operation: enabling equalizer
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Unloading & reloading stream-restore module…
Loading module-ladspa-sink…
Transferring current mute (0) & volume (100%) to LADSPA sink
)…
Setting ALSA sink (alsa_-0000_00_-stere
Setting LADSPA sink (ladspa__) as defaul
Moving active PulseAudio clients to LADSPA sink (ladspa_outp
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Equalizer status: [enabled]
Equalizer configuration status: [disabled]
Equalizer plugin: [mbeq_1197/mbeq]
Equalizer control: [-,,,-,-,-,-,-14.
,,]
NOTE: Using user-customized settings from ‘/home/administrat
.
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Red Hat Linux = redhat
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2 = rhel2
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 = rhel3
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 64-bit = rhel3-64
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 = rhel4
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 64-bit = rhel4-64
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 = rhel5
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 64-bit = rhel5-64
Asianux 3 = asianux3
Asianux 3 64-bit = asianux3-64
SUSE Linux = suse
SUSE Linux 64-bit = suse-64
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server = sles
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 64-bit = sles-64
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 = sles10
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 64-bit = sles10-64
Novell Linux Desktop 9 = nld9
Sun Java Desktop System = sjds
Mandrake Linux = mandrake
Mandriva Linux = mandriva
Mandriva Linux 64-bit = mandriva-64
Turbolinux = turbolinux
Turbolinux 64-bit = turbolinux-64
Ubuntu = ubuntu
Ubuntu 64-bit = ubuntu-64
Other Linux kernel = otherlinux
Other Linux kernel = other24xlinux
Other Linux kernel 64-bit = other24xlinux-64
Other Linux kernel = other26xlinux
Other Linux kernel 64-bit = other26xlinux-64
Other Linux 64-bit = otherlinux-64

While Red Hat does have the up2date and yum command, it is not designed to update across releases. Red Hat has chosen to only sell a Linux version with paid support called Red Hat Enterprise Linux. A free clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is available from Centos or Scientific Linux . These releases are based upon The Fedora Project , an RPM based distribution with Red Hat involvement which will have more current software releases and thus have more updates than the fairly static RHEL. . has also adopted a paid "supported" version of Linux called . Enterprise Linux. The free unsupported "professional" version is still available under the . brand and is updated more often. Gentoo uses a BSD style of distribution which relies on updating source code and then compiling locally to obtain the resulting binaries. This is slow to update due to the time it takes to compile everything and more disk drive resources are used to store source code. The upside is that everything is compatible with the compilers and libraries on your system as it was compiled with it. The local compilation will allow targeted platform optimization rather than using the lowest common denominator I386 binary releases which are common with other Linux distributions.

Linux and Ubuntu generally impresses me with the number of devices you can plug in and it just works.  Installing the Edimax EW-7811UN was not one of those times.  To be fair, I also had the same issue with an older model Linksys WUSB54GSC, but the form factor of the new Edimax was just too good to pass up (it bills itself as the worlds smallest wireless adaptor).    No matter how hard I tried to keep the Linksys adaptor out of harms way, my kids have generally tried to find way to try to break it off in the USB slot.  They take this mission very seriously although the Linksys adaptor has survived against all odds.

Turbolinux 10

turbolinux 10

While Red Hat does have the up2date and yum command, it is not designed to update across releases. Red Hat has chosen to only sell a Linux version with paid support called Red Hat Enterprise Linux. A free clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is available from Centos or Scientific Linux . These releases are based upon The Fedora Project , an RPM based distribution with Red Hat involvement which will have more current software releases and thus have more updates than the fairly static RHEL. . has also adopted a paid "supported" version of Linux called . Enterprise Linux. The free unsupported "professional" version is still available under the . brand and is updated more often. Gentoo uses a BSD style of distribution which relies on updating source code and then compiling locally to obtain the resulting binaries. This is slow to update due to the time it takes to compile everything and more disk drive resources are used to store source code. The upside is that everything is compatible with the compilers and libraries on your system as it was compiled with it. The local compilation will allow targeted platform optimization rather than using the lowest common denominator I386 binary releases which are common with other Linux distributions.

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