Stephen Brooks wrote:
> Kenn Humborg wrote:
>>> I need to get my hands on the original RPM (or SRPM if no
>> RPM) for Red Hat 7.x's kernel-2.4.9-34.i686.rpm.
>>>> Anyone got it?
>>>> I find www.rpmfind.net is very handy for finding old packages.
> It only seems to have a record for the src though at a quick glance.
Google is good also :-)
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X has 2 clipboards. There is a selection buffer which is updated
automatically when you select any text. You can paste from this
buffer by clicking the middle mouse button.
Then there is the clipboard (which can be managed using
the xclipboard utility), which works like the windows equivalent
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Note gnome-terminal uses Shift+Ctrl+c and Shift+Ctrl+v instead.
Note when you copy something in an X application
and you close it, the content of the clipboard and selection
buffer is lost (unless you use an external app to manage the
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