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Date:      Tue, 30 Oct 2012 06:26:19 -0700 (PDT)
From:      Hamisi Jabe <>
To:        Johan Hendriks <>
Cc:        " >> FreeBSD" <>
Subject:   Re: Famp Server
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Thanks for your quick reply, but would you please give me the right command=
 =0Apkg_add -r apache22=0Apkg_add -r mysql55-server=0Apkg_add -r php5 =0A=
=0Ai installed these packages one by one but to no success please help, and=
 also when i install them should i go to the port directory or i can execut=
e the command anywhere=0A=0Athanks=0A=0A=0A=0A=0A=0A_______________________=
_________=0A From: Johan Hendriks <>=0ATo: Hamisi Jab=
e <> =0ACc: " >> FreeBSD" <f=> =0ASent: Monday, October 29, 2012 1:57 PM=0AS=
ubject: Re: Famp Server=0A =0AHamisi Jabe schreef:=0A> Dear All,=0A>=0A> I =
freel freebsd is very good in networking server but it make work hard for c=
ompiling the Famp package (Freebsd, apache, mysql, php) i would like to ask=
 the developers to compile a package that its a one select and install whic=
h will do everything for the famp server rather than downloading selecting =
extensions, installing this and that exectra.=0A>=0A>=0A> thanks=0A> ______=
 mailing list=0A>
ns=0A> To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscribe@free="=0AWell it is simpel, just use pkg_add -r apache mysql php=A0 and s=
o on.=0AIt will install the packages without compiling.=0ABUT we can not te=
ll you which php modules you need.=0ASo it could be that you later on need =
php-gd or some other option.=0AThen pkg_add -r php-module name will install=
 the missing module.=0AYou could install all the php modules, but i think (=
know) it is not wise =0Ato do so.=0A=0Aregards
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Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2012 14:27:22 +0100
From: Polytropon <>
Subject: Re: how to disable page breaks in line printer
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On Tue, 30 Oct 2012 12:16:02 GMT, Anton Shterenlikht wrote:
> 	From Tue Oct 30 11:54:11 2012
> 	> I thought from reading printcap(5)
> 	> that pl sets page length is lines,
> 	> so if I make it long enough, I should
> 	> see no page breaks. Still, I get
> 	> empty space at the bottom of the
> 	> physical page and empty space at
> 	> the top of the next.
> 	> Surely I'm missing someting.
> 	> How to get rid of this empty space?
> 		The printer may be doing this internally, many dot matrix printers
> 	had the ability to set the page length and perforation skip on DIP
> 	switches.
> yes, got it:
> dip switch 2-3
> ON: 1-inch skip-over-perforation
> OFF: NO skip-over-perforation
> Need to power off/on for the new settings
> to have effect.

If the document itself contrains page breaks ("form feed",
Ctrl+L, ^L, ASCII code 12) you could previously delete
them with tr -d, just to make sure.

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