Re: using kernel 3.0.1+

2011-11-01 Thread deloptes
yudi v wrote: I will be getting a new desktop with intel i5 2500k CPU, it's got an integrated GPU, I would like to install debian but read that the i5 GPU works without any issues only with the latest kernel. Now I always use the stable version of Debian. I have never used sid. I would

Re: Sound wheezy/KDE -- testing the microphone

2011-11-17 Thread deloptes
Sian Mountbatten wrote: Hello! I am having trouble with a microphone plugged into my soundcard. According to Kmix, the Playback Devices are set to about 55%, the Capture Devices are set to 100% and both playback and capture are shown as not muted. speaker-test shows that the right speaker

Re: Need help with Latex error; Sorry LONG

2011-11-22 Thread deloptes
John W. Foster wrote: /usr/share/perl5/LaTeXML/texmf you need to setup the environment correctly, so that texmf finds the package i.e. using the variable TEXINPUTS or so regards -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble?

Re: Laptop with external display running X11.

2011-11-24 Thread deloptes
peasth...@shaw.ca wrote: Squeeze is installed on an IBM ThinkPad A22m and X11 has worked with no obvious problems. Yesterday I connected a PanaSync E70i monitor to the VGA connector and set BIOS Display to external. All appeared normal until Xdm started. There display reverted to the

Re: Need help with Latex error; Sorry LONG

2011-11-24 Thread deloptes
John W. Foster wrote: On Wed, 2011-11-23 at 09:42 -0600, John W. Foster wrote: On Wed, 2011-11-23 at 00:21 +0100, deloptes wrote: John W. Foster wrote: /usr/share/perl5/LaTeXML/texmf you need to setup the environment correctly, so that texmf finds the package i.e. using

Re: Re (2): Laptop with external display running X11.

2011-11-24 Thread deloptes
- and there are a lot of buggy sh*t sold for cents out there- it doesn't matter what kind of linux you have - it most probably has the same X server code and same issues. I would try ubuntu as it is debian (experimental) and they are doing a lot of work to overcome such issues there From: deloptes

Re: Full Disk Encryption

2011-11-29 Thread deloptes
J. Bakshi wrote: Agreed, I also maintain some servers and the swap is on raid. I have faced disk failure on some servers and due to raid, I could successfully run the server with the single disk and change the bad disk with a 30 min. down time. I am using RAID for more then 7 years now in

Re: Re (3): Laptop with external display running X11.

2011-12-01 Thread deloptes
peasth...@shaw.ca wrote: download and try ubuntu and write back Googling finds a wide variety of similar problems and some solutions, in Ubuntu and elsewhere. Before more time is wasted thrashing around, I'll happily test suggested edits of my xorg.conf. Thanks, ...

Re: Re (2): Laptop with external display running X11.

2011-12-01 Thread deloptes
peasth...@shaw.ca wrote: Two points. Given that the intention in Squeeze is for X to be configured automatically and given that this video hardware apparently needs firmware-linux-nonfree installation be automated? If so, failure of automatic installation of firmware-linux-nonfree is a

Re: cups usbfs: process .... (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use

2011-08-07 Thread deloptes
Pascal Dormeau wrote: where do I find the older version in the debian repo? http://snapshot.debian.org/ Is it an HP printer ? The kernel message you gave makes me think of a similar problem known upstream http://www.cups.org/str.php?L3884+Qversion:1.5 Best regards Pascal Dormeau

Re: cups usbfs: process .... (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use

2011-08-07 Thread deloptes
Camaleón wrote: Sorry for not being able to do anything. I was too busy at work dmesg showed nothing -no activity- when replugging? Well it prints the usual usb stuff Ah, that makes sense... well, you can configure exim (or whatever MTA) to deliver external e-mails through a remote smtp

Re: cups usbfs: process .... (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use

2011-08-07 Thread deloptes
Camaleón wrote: Do you know where I can find the 1.4 debian version of cups. I was trying to find a repo with it, or source file, but couldn't make it in about 15-20min and gave up. regards -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe.

Re: Re: cups usbfs: process .... (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use (SOLVED downgrade to 1.4.4)

2011-08-07 Thread deloptes
Pascal Dormeau wrote: I'm wondering if it is not related to dis/enabling particular options in the kernel - like the usb device id lib or something (I don't No it rather seems a problem in the cups libusb backend (see the link I gave for the report upstream). Upstream does not seem inactive

Re: cups usbfs: process .... (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use (SOLVED downgrade to 1.4.4)

2011-08-07 Thread deloptes
Wayne Topa wrote: The only dist here (Squeeze, Wheezy, Sid) with a working cups is Squeeze. So try a squeeze line in your sources.list but remember Downgrading has it's problems. YMMV Yes, thanks. I downgraded and the problem's gone. I'm having squeeze/testing in my apt source, but I'll

Re: proftpd

2011-08-29 Thread deloptes
Eric Sepich wrote: Why is it that animal123 can access via regular ftp through FileZilla and dirtypenguin can not get access through FileZilla unless I select sftp on port 21 through the FileZilla. I want dirtypenguin to be able to use FileZilla for regular ftp access on port 21. Not sftp

Re: USB Headphones Sound problem

2011-08-29 Thread deloptes
Bill.M wrote: Hi folks, I have sound working on my laptop - both the speakers and the RCA jack output to powered speakers. Great. But my USB headphones don't work. USB is enabled in the bios and there are a lot of USB and audio modules installed. But perhaps there's one missing or the

cups usbfs: process .... (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use

2011-08-02 Thread deloptes
Does someone has an idea how I can get my cups server to print again. After upgrade it is not working anymore saying kernel: usb 4-1: usbfs: process 14578 (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use I checked everything related and also mentioned here

Re: cups usbfs: process .... (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use

2011-08-02 Thread deloptes
Camaleón wrote: thanks for reply On Tue, 02 Aug 2011 08:45:37 +0200, deloptes wrote: Does someone has an idea how I can get my cups server to print again. After upgrade it is not working anymore saying kernel: usb 4-1: usbfs: process 14578 (usb) did not claim interface 1 before use

Re: USB key requirement.

2011-01-11 Thread deloptes
My case is different in the sense that I'm not decrypting my block volumes, just halting a boot sequence. There is something wrong with the setup of your case. If you are doing a diskless boot from a share ... how could you use a device (usb or something else) to authenticate before the

Re: lenny - squeeze with trinity

2011-01-11 Thread deloptes
Mike Bird wrote: Please contact me on list or off if I can be of any further assistance. thank you for the compact information. I'm preparing a trinity on top of squeeze for further use of kde3. One problem I had was with tora+oracle and the other with kplayer using a dvbt card. I had to

ktorrent in sid

2011-01-11 Thread deloptes
Something brought me to this when reading lenny - squeeze with trinity by Mike One thing I'm missing not in trinity but in debian sid is ktorrent. is it really not working? Because it is not working for me since I've upgraded to kde4. It seems I can not use it with a proxy server. Is there a

Re: ktorrent in sid

2011-01-12 Thread deloptes
Mike Bird wrote: I don't have a test Squeeze KDE 4 box right now because we're focused on Trinity+Squeeze but but I'm 99% certain that Lenny's ktorrent2.2 was one of the few bright spots in our most recent KDE 4 evaluation a few weeks ago. thanks I have issues with ktorrent in sid (kde4.5).

Re: USB key requirement.

2011-01-12 Thread deloptes
Stefan Monnier wrote: Real smartcards probably don't work the way I described, but I hope it gives you some idea of how a smartcard can be different from a plain USB mass storage holding a secret key. smart card is really different, but the idea is the same - implemented in the dongles, only

Re: ktorrent in sid

2011-01-13 Thread deloptes
godo wrote: thanks I have issues with ktorrent in sid (kde4.5). so can one confirm that it is working with proxies? regards Hi, I have Sid box and Ktorrent 4.0.2 (KDE Development platform 4.4.5 -KDE 4.4.5) and work with proxies. OK, thank you very much, so I'll need to find out

Re: USB key requirement.

2011-01-16 Thread deloptes
Dan Serban wrote: On Wed, 12 Jan 2011 04:46:41 -0800 (PST) Emanoil Kotsev delop...@yahoo.com wrote: --- On Tue, 1/11/11, Dan Serban dser...@lodgingcompany.com wrote: I figured that after the root partition is mounted (nfs), I would have an init.d script that would work its

Re: Why is Evolution and Epiphany now a part of gnome-core?

2011-01-18 Thread deloptes
Hal Vaughan wrote: I retired at 45, thanks to my business, which was based on my own custom software.  The first program I released to run on my clients' computers was in Java, within 6 months after I learned Java and OOP.  In the next 18 months that version was in use, I had fewer than 5 bug

Evolution 2.30 (squeeze) with exchange

2011-01-18 Thread deloptes
Is someone (already) using Evolution 2.30 with squeeze with exchange server. If yes for how long and what is your impression. Can it be considered to be stable? Any data losses? What would be your advise to use? Which version of Evolution works best with exchange? thanks in advance regards

Re: Evolution 2.30 (squeeze) with exchange

2011-01-18 Thread deloptes
Erwan David wrote: You should also ask which version of exchange, and with which connectoe (mapi, webdav, webservices ?) It may completely change the result depending on the exact exchange configuration thanks you are right ... I need to ask those questions myself too :-) But any input

Re: ktorrent in sid TCP_DENIED/407

2011-01-18 Thread deloptes
godo wrote: First thing I will check with some other proxies. Do you need log in (username, password) to your proxy? Can you try without proxy? Try to download Fedora Linux with KTorrent, there is always high speed. Can you check ports? Is in network interface correct in KTorrent

squeeze and trinity

2011-01-31 Thread deloptes
So far I've migrated to squeeze and trinity and I'm in production, means I use this at work. Everything works much better than in kde 3.5.9 (lenny). Few programs needed to be compiled manually as they were missing in trinity. Evolution with exchange is also working much better, but it still

Re: [OT] Re: Evolution 2.30 (squeeze) with exchange

2011-01-31 Thread deloptes
Erwan David wrote: On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 10:17:31AM CET, Tixy debianu...@yxit.co.uk said: On Tue, 2011-01-18 at 22:29 +0100, Erwan David wrote: I'll try the latest davmail, now I use icedove in Imap (activated on exchange) I've used davmail for several weeks and it seems to work well,

Re: access point using 3945

2011-01-31 Thread deloptes
Celejar wrote: point. According to this page, it indeed unfortunately cannot: http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers Celejar The question is if the hardware can regards -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble?

Re: alternatives for gcc

2011-02-01 Thread deloptes
Joe Riel wrote: Why are there no alternatives, configurable with update-alternatives, for gcc? Seems like I should be able to configure whether /usr/bin/gcc is linked to gcc-4.3, gcc-4.4, etc. Of course I can just set the link manually (which I do), but ... every normal automake or cmake

Re: alternatives for gcc

2011-02-02 Thread deloptes
Joe Riel wrote: update-alternatives --install as part of their postinstall routine. is not that bad idea -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org Archive:

Re: Squeeze. After Trinity istall no boot background picture

2011-02-08 Thread deloptes
Curt Howland wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Saturday 05 February 2011, mark.goldsht...@gmail.com was heard to say: Years before I've used to be a KDE 3 user. KDE 4 experiments are not in my favorites, so after couple of years with Debian GNOME (Lenny mostly), I

Re: Squeeze. After Trinity istall no boot background picture

2011-02-09 Thread deloptes
Jimmy Johnson wrote: If you install 'desktop-base' you will get the complete Debian Squeeze Theme. As far as Trinity goes, if you are running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS then Trinity works fine, Tim and his helpers are Ubuntu Users and don't know how to build Trinity for Debian and that is a big

Re: akonadi

2011-02-10 Thread deloptes
steef wrote: hi list, good morning local time. as a test i installed squeeze with kde4 on a rather fast machine. (my working horse runs now on squeeze with xfce4) the for me surprising fact: the machine is starting up (kde4) very slowly. when started up, it (dolphin) runs normally fast.

Re: MySQL (phpmyadmin, Wordpress) hosed after upgrade to Squeeze!

2011-02-10 Thread deloptes
Erin Brinkley wrote: /var/run/mysqld /var/run/mysql and I also had issues with mysql but in debian testing I read also there is need to upgrade older mysql databases before upgrading. regards -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe.

why can't I access trinity repo

2011-02-16 Thread deloptes
I recently updated my firewall rules and since then I can't update from trinity repo. Is it a coincidence or something is wrong with my firewall rules?! Err http://ppa.quickbuild.pearsoncomputing.net squeeze/main Sources Unable to connect to ppa.quickbuild.pearsoncomputing.net:http: Err

Re: why can't I access trinity repo

2011-02-16 Thread deloptes
John A. Sullivan III wrote: On Wed, 2011-02-16 at 23:02 +0100, deloptes wrote: I recently updated my firewall rules and since then I can't update from trinity repo. Is it a coincidence or something is wrong with my firewall rules?! snip There was a problem with that repository today

Re: Skype

2011-02-23 Thread deloptes
James Brown wrote: Simon Brandmair wrote: Hi, On Mon, 07 Feb 2011 11:20:02 +0100 Raffaele Morelli wrote: I wonder if anyone of you is currently using skype on debian amd64 and which app are you using. I am successfully running the Ubuntu 8.10+ 64-bit version on debian squeeze 64bit.

Re: Debian on a Super Lean Laptop Part I - Making it Work

2010-04-23 Thread deloptes
Joey Hess wrote: Scarletdown wrote: initrd /boot/initrd.img-2.6.32-3-486 [Linux-initrd @ 0x10b3000, 0x76cdf9 bytes] After that, she's locked up tight, and all I can do is power off. This is obviously a problem with initrd.  Set too large for such a low memory system perhaps? I doubt

Re: Debian on a Super Lean Laptop Part I - Making it Work

2010-04-24 Thread deloptes
Tzafrir Cohen wrote: On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 03:24:31PM +0200, deloptes wrote: Joey Hess wrote: Scarletdown wrote: initrd /boot/initrd.img-2.6.32-3-486 [Linux-initrd @ 0x10b3000, 0x76cdf9 bytes] After that, she's locked up tight, and all I can do is power off

Re: SMTP-Error 451 while using smarthost for mail delivery

2010-04-24 Thread deloptes
b1 wrote: On Thu, 2010-04-22 at 17:28 +, Camaleón wrote: On Thu, 22 Apr 2010 16:20:01 +0200, b1 wrote: Currently I am trying to set up a Debian Lenny Server, but I am stuck at mail delivery. The server I am trying to set up, has no FQDN, so I used my ISP-Mailserver as a smarthost (I

Re: Problem with me Modem Huawei on Debian Lenny

2010-04-24 Thread deloptes
Christian Simo wrote: the problem is, nm-applet or wvdialconf don't detect my modem. so i can setting it. the modem is communicating with the system over a driver. you have to find out how to setup the modem on system level. This has to be done prior to get it used by an application like a

Re: To switch usb-modem to modem-mode.

2010-04-30 Thread deloptes
Sthu Deus wrote: Good day. I have such a problem: I need to switch an usb-modem Huawei E1550 deom cd-rom mode to modem modem. AFAIK usb-modeswitch utility can help me w/ this BUT! - it is not installable IMHO in stable repo. Even though I will install it from testing - it will destroy my

Re: Making onscreen fonts read-able[was:New monitor, how to change screen resolution?]

2010-04-30 Thread deloptes
James Stuckey wrote: On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 11:10 AM, Camaleón noela...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, 30 Apr 2010 10:27:26 +0200, James Stuckey wrote: On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 10:15 AM, Camaleón wrote: http://www.jhstuckey.com/1080.jpeg Does that look right to you? Mmmm, yes,

Re: Multiple Graphics cards and HDMI: How to?

2010-05-02 Thread deloptes
KS wrote: could you also post the xorg log file? regards -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org Archive: http://lists.debian.org/hrl15g$rd...@dough.gmane.org

Re: acroread not seeing printers

2010-05-03 Thread deloptes
John A. Sullivan III wrote: On Thu, 2010-04-15 at 08:05 -0700, John Jason Jordan wrote: On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 05:56:44 -0400 John A. Sullivan III jsulli...@opensourcedevel.com dijo: Hello, all. We've installed acroread 8.1.7-0.1 from debian-multimedia. It is not seeing any of the printers

Re: acroread not seeing printers

2010-05-03 Thread deloptes
Thanks, all. We found that 9.3.1 was still broken but 9.3.2 works - John forgot to post this http://blogs.adobe.com/acroread/2009/06/printing_with_adobe_reader_the.html -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact

Re: 64-bit netbooks with Debian linux

2010-05-03 Thread deloptes
Mark Allums wrote: With 64 bits, you will need more memory, so I suggest you look for a machine that can use 4 GB of memory. I also found that people underestimate the importance of L2/3 cache. I'm compiling very often and it's really faster on my developer's notebook with 4M cache then on

Re: 64-bit netbooks with Debian linux

2010-05-03 Thread deloptes
Mark Allums wrote: I do not know, but I would guess that it is dependent on the CPU. A particular ARM or Atom chip may have a particular amount of on-chip cache. Choosing one's machine carefully would include knowing what type of CPU is in it. MAA Good point, thanks! I've compiled

Re: 64-bit netbooks with Debian linux

2010-05-04 Thread deloptes
Stan Hoeppner wrote: I listed the machine closest to your requirements in my last email. It meets all your requirements but for the 2MB L2 cache. TTBOMK, there are no netbooks with 2MB L2 cpu cache. Neither AMD nor Intel make a CPU with 2MB L2 cache for this class of machines. you

Re: Multiple Graphics cards and HDMI: How to?

2010-05-05 Thread deloptes
KS wrote: deloptes wrote: KS wrote: could you also post the xorg log file? regards Here it is: http://pastebin.com/ihVCH4Ek I have been able to login to KDE after the upgrade. Somehow plasma-desktop was uninstalled during the process :( I was able to set the TV on the right

Re: 64-bit netbooks with Debian linux

2010-05-05 Thread deloptes
Alex Samad wrote: right tools for the job, I never ever thought about putting 64bit os on my netbook - it physically limited to 2G of memory I did it and I am sure it's faster and works much better together. It could be also subjective opinion but I don't think I'm wrong regards. --

Re: Video Streaming Software

2010-05-05 Thread deloptes
Austin Brkich wrote: I have been searching and searching for a specific type of software, however I can't find anything that is 100% free and doesn't have any hitches to it. What I am looking for is some software that will allow me to take a live video stream from my computer and stream it

RE: How to schedule for a repeated task?

2010-05-05 Thread deloptes
Kevin Ross wrote: When I try for this procedure , I just see loging in and loging out from the telnet session . Actually , I need to have the output result of issuing 'command1' on the remote node to be captured on my local host . But when I try manually , say telnet to it and issue the

Re: More acroread printing problems

2010-05-05 Thread deloptes
John A. Sullivan III wrote: On Wed, 2010-05-05 at 16:41 -0400, John A. Sullivan III wrote: Hello, all. With the appreciate help from this list, we finally learned we needed to install Acrobat Reader version 9.3.2 from unstable into our Lenny systems in order for Acrobat to see our CUPS

Re: More acroread printing problems

2010-05-06 Thread deloptes
John A. Sullivan III wrote: PageSize=24x36 -p PageRegion=A4 so you mean from cups or from AcroRead it's setting the option -p PageRegion=A4 by default? /etc/papersize ? what about this one What if you use the Other size option in the acroread printing interface and setup the given size

Re: KDE's LCD weather station applet

2010-05-06 Thread deloptes
Aioanei Rares wrote: Hi everyone, Can anyone tell me what package provides the KDE applet called LCD Weather Station? I found a bug in it and don't know against what should I report it against. 'aptitude search' and grep don't seem to help (or I'm having a blank moment). Thanks. dpkg -l|

Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-06 Thread deloptes
Dotan Cohen wrote: Please, let me know what KDE 4 is missing for you. KDE 4.4 has only a handful of regressions from KDE 3.5.10, and they are not dealbreakers. Some of those are addressed in KDE 4.5. Do you know when 4.5 will be out and stable? The guys from kde seem to drop really stable

Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-06 Thread deloptes
Dotan Cohen wrote: Yes, KDE 4 seems to be much better for the average Joe. But that is the reason that power users suffer at the moment! A.Joe already has Gnome... Exactly! OK, I'll look forward to test this weekend. Main issue for me is tora with oracle, but also a bunch of other apps

Re: TOra with Oracle support (was: Re: Kde 3.5 ...)

2010-05-07 Thread deloptes
Cassiano Leal wrote: On 6 May 2010 14:06, deloptes delop...@yahoo.com wrote: Dotan Cohen wrote: Yes, KDE 4 seems to be much better for the average Joe. But that is the reason that power users suffer at the moment! A.Joe already has Gnome... Exactly! OK, I'll look forward to test

Re: no alternatives for firefox/mozilla

2010-05-07 Thread deloptes
T o n g wrote: Version table: 3.5.9-3 0 50 http://debian.mirror.rafal.ca unstable/main Packages *** 3.5.9-2 0 300 http://debian.mirror.rafal.ca testing/main Packages 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status Didn't it said unstable??? what would you expect??? -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to

Re: usb raid1 pendrive boot

2010-05-07 Thread deloptes
Jozsi Vadkan wrote: Did anyone managed to boot from RAID1? Lenny gives this error message: mdadm: no devices found for /dev/md0 I just want to install Debian Lenny on two pendrives [in sRAID1], so that the HDD's in the pc can be used only as data containers, but it gives this error

Re: usb raid1 pendrive boot

2010-05-07 Thread deloptes
Jozsi Vadkan wrote: But i thought that, I can boot from RAID1 under Lenny. So i can't? As matter of fact there is not enough information to say exactly what's your issue, but this is an option I would check. So the solution is that I need a separate /boot partition? In your case if the md

Re: Problem with ALC662 Intel HDA

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
Leonardo Meira wrote: Hello everybody, I have a problem with my sound card (nVidia Corporation MCP67 High Definition Audio | ALC662 High Definition Audio) and I would like you to indicate the best location and the best way for me to report the bug that I will describe: After a fresh

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
Dotan Cohen wrote: On 8 May 2010 22:35, consul tores consultor...@gmail.com wrote: 2010/5/8 Dotan Cohen dotanco...@gmail.com: On 8 May 2010 15:32, consul tores consultor...@gmail.com wrote: the windows are absolutely useless, i can not use many, they have all kind of useless information;

Re: before reaching conclusion that I faced bug no 502849 what more should I check read message

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
Tapas Mishra wrote: reading the mailing list archives it appears using sid is the only solution they mentioned.I am not clear with now. If what I have found which I most probably seem to be correct but is there any thing else I need to check before I reach this conclusion? making own xen

Re: question about avoid duplicated ip address

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
Israel Garcia wrote: I could be possible for me to configure this on every dom0 and setup an DHCP server for all hosts. But, it's a little complicated. I'd prefer to look for other solution to see how can I protect my IP servers if a newone gets an used IP. I was taking a look at this

Re: is there private MAC address space?

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
Martin wrote: For IP addresses there are 10.x.x.x , 192.168.x.x IP address that can be used for private networks. Is there something similar for MAC address of network cards that can be safely used with virtual emulators and to be sure not to collide with any real network card (current or

Re: matroska

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
steef wrote: hi list, i am trying to synchronize sound and video-picture of a matroska-file ( doctor who) with a script (mencoder) i (partially) got from the internet. mencoder tells me it does not know *-ffourcc*, part of the script the complete script: INPUT=$1 OUTPUT=$2

Re: network printer and Cups

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
Germana Oliveira wrote: Hi! i'm trying to manage my network printer from cups. printer: ImageRunner 4570 OS: Debian Lenny Driver: Canon iR3570/iR4570 UFR II ver.2.0 this printer have the 'Department ID' feature active, so it should ask me for my ID and password when i try to print,

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-10 Thread deloptes
squeeze seem to have 4.3 inside. Did you mean sid to test future functionality that will probably go into 4.5?? kdebase-runtime-data 4:4.3.4-2 etc. I'll check sid next. when is squeeze becoming stable?? regards -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a

Re: network printer and Cups

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Camaleón wrote: On Tue, 11 May 2010 15:22:32 +1930, Germana Oliveira wrote: i'm trying to manage my network printer from cups. printer: ImageRunner 4570 OS: Debian Lenny Driver: Canon iR3570/iR4570 UFR II ver.2.0 You mean your printer is configured into a Debian box with CUPS and

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Freeman wrote: On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 10:40:51PM -0700, evenso wrote: On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 02:43:32AM +0200, deloptes wrote: . . . when is squeeze becoming stable?? According to officialdom, approximately when the number of R-C bugs hits 300. That is the green line here

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Dotan Cohen wrote: Hi, Dotan. I'm not sure what makes you work for KDE but I hope that you can bring our word to them. I have really a problem talking to programmers and software people (in most of the cases), because they already think in routines ... so the logic behind there thinking is not a

Re: KDE4 KDE3 || Gnome2 Gnome3

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Alexander V. Wolf wrote: Hello everybody! Maybe possible installed KDE3 and KDE4 paralleled? Example: KDE3 into /opt with KDE4 into /usr. And maybe get answer on this question with Gnome2 and Gnome3? P.S. Sorry, my english is bad I'm really thinking of starting a project to prolong

Re: network printer and Cups

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Camaleón wrote: On Tue, 11 May 2010 12:13:01 +0200, deloptes wrote: Camaleón wrote: I'm not sure whether CUPS is capable of supporting such authenticating features, but if you think yes, review the CUPs logs under /var/log/cups/ error.log to check what's going on with sent jobs

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
deloptes wrote: screenshot - I need at least those app/lets working to even start thinking of using kde - teatime - weather - moon - clock/calendar - wireless manager - skype - korganizer - kwallet - cpu monitor - infrared control - powermanagement - keyboard - screen management (xrandr

Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Teemu Likonen wrote: * 2010-05-11 12:37 (+0200), delop...@yahoo.com wrote: Dotan, please, be nice. I hope you have patience and talk to kde guys, because I couldn't stand their young undeveloped developers brains Yes, being nice is really nice. yes, it's said in a quite polite

Re: 64 bit-flash failing sites (was: What to choose for Core i5 64 bits?)

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Jordan Metzmeier wrote: -- Camaleón http://hulu.com is an example. AFAIK its only available to people with U.S. IPs. I'm in europe and it's working fine, though it said that it can not show video because of 64bit limitation on linux. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to

Re: KDE4 KDE3 || Gnome2 Gnome3

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Lisi wrote: I believe preserving and enhancing 3.5 is exactly the purpose of this project: http://trinity.pearsoncomputing.net/ Thanks, John, for the info. That looks very encouraging. Someone else had mentioned it, but as being available for Ubuntu, which I had read as only available

Re: 64 bit-flash failing sites

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Ron Johnson wrote: On 05/11/2010 09:23 AM, deloptes wrote: Jordan Metzmeier wrote: -- Camaleón http://hulu.com is an example. AFAIK its only available to people with U.S. IPs. I'm in europe and it's working fine, though it said that it can not show video because of 64bit limitation

Re: 64 bit-flash failing sites

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Aaron Toponce wrote: On 5/11/2010 10:19 AM, James Zuelow wrote: Huh. I'm jealous. I've been running 64 bit Lenny and Squeeze for the past three years or so. When I moved to the 64 bit flash plugin, it would crash Iceweasel on a regular basis. No watching videos required -- just a flash

Re: KDE4 KDE3 || Gnome2 Gnome3

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Alan Ianson wrote: On Tue May 11 2010 08:41:59 am deloptes wrote: Don't understand me wrong. I am for improvement and progress but not the way kde4 is pushing it to the end user. If there was enough interest, kde3 could continue to be developed as it's own project. I would support

Re: KDE4 KDE3 || Gnome2 Gnome3

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Lisi wrote: I believe preserving and enhancing 3.5 is exactly the purpose of this project: http://trinity.pearsoncomputing.net/ it looks just lovely ;-) thanks and regards -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact

Re: KDE4 KDE3 || Gnome2 Gnome3

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Alan Ianson wrote: Yes, that is on my radar too. It looks to be for ubuntu but I am not sure of their goals. I'm kind of hoping for kde3 that can be developed and used as always for anyone interested and any distribution. I suppose I am hoping for a lot.. :) I don't think so. We, the

Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Andrei Popescu wrote: I'd rather think it's an Xorg issue (specifically the package xkb-data, which contains all keyboard maps). Regards, Andrei I'm not quite sure about it. I'll check. AFAIK it's kde mapping (at least it was in kde3). cheers -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Dotan Cohen wrote: I'm going to write a list and post it here. ATM I can not start korganizer. I have some time, so I would like to test 4.4. Thanks for pointing me to known bugs. I really don't have the patience to search. p kteatime -

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Richard Hartmann wrote: On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 22:02, deloptes delop...@yahoo.com wrote: In kde3 the idiots didn't think of us poor people not using latin and associated per default ALT+K to switch the keymap. Now if you switch from english to rushian/bulgarian or whatever ALT+K gives

Re: Debian+KDE 4.4.3

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Jimmy Johnson wrote: Here we go, currently I have only done the safe upgrade, still 176 packages to upgrade, I can remove yawp (yet another weather plasma) and get a full upgrade or keep yawp, do the upgrade and break kde, I will stick with the safe upgrade for awhile, cause I don't want to

Re: Kde 3.5 ... (SOLVED)

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Dotan Cohen wrote: Said in a nice way, Dotan could you put this on your list and pass it to kde developers. I'm missing for sure the old bulgarian phonetic layout where w=в and v=ж and this is a showstopper for me. I can't, as I am not Bulgarian and I cannot triage. It might even be a

Re: Debian+KDE 4.4.3 (i915 dual screen) (SOLVED)

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
Xserver has a well known issue with the i915 driver and it's DRI/DRM limitation to 2048x2048 window size. So the default setup is not working because in recent versions of X it loads drm by default creating configuration that allows only clone of the primary display with DRI enabled

Re: Debian+KDE 4.4.3 kplayer

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
kplayer is not reading my mplayers config file for dvb channels - any experience or it's a bug -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org Archive:

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-11 Thread deloptes
deloptes wrote: I also think the 4.4 version is pretty usable and as soon as all applications that I need are usable I will move to kde4. Second impression is pretty good. For sure there are many small things to do but it looks and feels ok. I'll look forward to test and file bugs

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-12 Thread deloptes
Dotan Cohen wrote: On 11 May 2010 23:02, deloptes delop...@yahoo.com wrote: - weather http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/yaWP+%28Yet+Another+Weather+Plasmoid%29?content=94106 This was not working in 4.3 and I couldn't start it in 4.4. Interesting, it works on the Ubuntu box I test KDE

Re: Trying to get a kernel patch included in Squeeze

2010-05-12 Thread deloptes
Andrei Popescu wrote: Unless I'm doing something terribly wrong, at this point I'm assuming that the patch will not apply to 2.6.32, but I have no ideea how difficult it would be to backport it. Comments? if you are not supporting multiple systems that need this patch you can download and

Re: Fwd: Re: Kde 3.5 ...

2010-05-12 Thread deloptes
Sjoerd Hardeman wrote: - ALL kde apps like kplayer/organizer and probably others start very slowly about 20-30secs to pop up I really think you need to create a new profile. I am not seeing any of this, having a kweather applet constantly on my desk, tried kmoon and booting kde apps usually

Re: What to choose for Core i5 64 bits?

2010-05-12 Thread deloptes
Aaron Toponce wrote: If you have the hardware, you should definitely be running a 64-bit operating system, even if you don't have 4GB+ of RAM. +1 -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

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