RE: How to find a shell
- From: Shiraz Baig <shiraz_baig yahoo com>
- To: gtklist <gtk-list gnome org>
- Subject: RE: How to find a shell
- Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 02:46:01 -0700 (PDT)
The idea of "echo $0" is fine. I didn't know that.
Thanks Jay Vaughan.
I was just wondering, the person who had asked this
question must be overwhelmed by the answers. I wish
my problems also get so much response. :)
Currently, I am struggling with a number of things.
I am using RedHat 9.0. I am facing three problems:
a. I wish to make my display visible on Multimedia
for the audience to see.
I am using Compaq Laptop (LCD screen).
b. My sound card volume control is not working.
Though it works perfectly well in MS Windows.
It is Intel sound card. Linux says, its mixer
device is not working.
c. My USB drive Kingston (Data Traveller) is not
working under Linux. Though, it works perfectly
under MS Windows.
help me please.
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