# urpmi dkms-libafs openafs-client # echo dapnia.saclay.cea.fr > /etc/openafs/ThisCell # service openafs startand that's all :
# ls /mnt/afs/ caspur.it/ dapnia.fr@ desy.de/ fnal.gov/ infn.it/ pi.infn.it/ rl.ac.uk/ stacken.kth.se/ cern.ch/ dapnia.saclay.cea.fr/ e.kth.se/ in2p3.fr/ nersc.gov/ rhic.bnl.gov/ slac.stanford.edu/Next step will be to have a look into pam_afs...
$ gnomevfs-mount ftp://ftp.gnome.org/ /tmp/mnt Password: $ ls /tmp/mnt/ conspiracy/ debian-iso@ HEADER.html Public@ welcome2.msg debian@ debian-non-US@ mirror/ robots.txt welcome.msg debian-cd@ favicon.ico pub/ ubuntu@ $ gnomevfs-umount /tmp/mnt
$ gnomevfs-mount file:///home/pterjan/rpm/SOURCES/evince.tar.bz2\#bzip2:\#tar:evince/ /tmp/mnt $ ls /tmp/mnt/ AUTHORS configure.ac data/ help/ NEWS po/ thumbnailer/ autogen.sh* COPYING djvu/ INSTALL NOTES ps/ TODO backend/ cut-n-paste/ doc/ lib/ pdf/ README viewer/ ChangeLog CVS/ dvi/ Makefile.am pixbuf/ shell/ $ gnomevfs-umount /tmp/mnt
Lack of monitor mode on this chip was the reason I had to keep my prism PCMCIA card. I was quite excited when they announced few days ago that the 1.0.4 version (together with the new 2.3 firmware) had monitor support. I updated dkms packages and tested it. It works great !
Last week, I added qvm86 support to Mandriva Qemu package.
Today, I uploaded a DKMS package for kqemu to the non-free section of PLF. This module is proprietary software but it is far more stable and fast than qvm86, and Fabrice Bellard kindly authorized me to distribute the rpm. If you use Mandriva Cooker and have a PLF non-free media setup, urpmi dkms-kqemu and it should work out of the box (provided that you have the version of gcc matching your kernel :-) )
I hope Fabrice will get funded soon and free kqemu, I dont like people duplicating work (and qvm86 already has some better parts).