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To Install Bugzilla on CentOS 5 or Redhat 5 Print E-mail
To Install Bugzilla on CentOS 5 or Redhat 5,

Get the bugzilla package and all the dependent packages from here


http://atrpms.net/dist/el5/

or

http://centos.karan.org/el5/extras/testing/

Bugzilla requires a no. of perl packages which are not available with the distro packages.
All the dependent packages for bugzilla can be found at the above link

After the installation of packages

  • go to /usr/share/bugzilla/ or location of bugzilla files
  • Create bugs user and give permissions in mysql DB
  • edit localconfig file and run checksetup.pl from bugzilla folder
  • configure SMTP server
Installing GRUB : rescue mode Print E-mail

During rescue mode, there can be problems with grub-installation if we are not able to 'chroot' in the correct OS environment.
so, if the rescue mode of a Linux OS allows you to run grub from the command line, then installing grub can be done like this

grub-install /dev/sda --root-directory=/mnt/boot


for this, MBR is on /dev/sda and the boot directory with the grub files is located/mounted at /mnt/boot
Using File Manager for bluetooth connections in Ubuntu 7.10 Print E-mail
With the default installation of Ubuntu 7.10, while trying to browse the connected bluetooth devices such as a phone, the following error is displayed

"obex://[xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx]" is not a valid location.

   
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No sound on Gnu/Linux with HDA-INTEL sound card Print E-mail
 To get sound working with HDA-INTEL sound card on Linux there are many help pages available but the below option worked for me in a couple of Linux distributions.
       
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Playing Multimedia files in GNU/Linux Print E-mail
To play different video files in GNU/Linux, there are various players,however to get them working, you need to have all available plugins to play the files.

One media player that is Video Lan Player (VLC) which is available on various platforms including GNU/Linux.

The GNU/Linux version of the player is capable of playing files very well and is a must have on your system.

Refer to http://www.videolan.org
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