thomas_adam16 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 19 15:43:24 MSK 2004
--- kuettner <kuettner at tuebingen.mpg.de> wrote:
> sorry to bother you.
> I have been using Xwave sound file editor and after having crashed my
> debian woody installation with windows - (need it for a canon scanner)
> - I can not remember where I have to change the value of memory, the
> program is using.
> I once did it, it was very easy, just doubled the amount of MB in a
> configfile. as I can?t find any usefull documentation...couldyou help
How does xwave (which is a sound editor) relate to your scanner and a
required amount in MB? In either case, I have got a better chance of
speaking to, and understanding a plutonian than I have understanding your
question. So, look here:
And when you have read it. E-mail us back again with something a little
clearer and that resembles English :)
-- Thomas Adam
"The Linux Weekend Mechanic" -- http://linuxgazette.net
"TAG Editor" -- http://linuxgazette.net
"<shrug> We'll just save up your sins, Thomas, and punish
you for all of them at once when you get better. The
experience will probably kill you. :)"
-- Benjamin A. Okopnik (Linux Gazette Technical Editor)
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