[Bug 1765261] Re: [regression] Ubuntu 18.04 login screen rejects a valid password on first attempt. Usually works on the second attempt

2018-05-22 Thread Neil Woolford
I've just noticed an interesting quirk to this bug; the Caps Lock
modifier key does work for the first character on the first attempt.

That is to say open login screen (by space bar if not already open),
press and release Caps Lock, Caps Lock light now on, very first
character to be typed is now modified to upper case. Caps Lock may then
be turned off.

I wondered why this one modifier does work, and thought that the
modifier key being released before typing the character to be modified
might be significant. So I tried pressing and releasing the normal shift
key before pressing and holding it to modify the first character of the
password. This also worked for me. (It is a little fiddly, so perhaps
others might like to try to confirm that I'm not mistaken?)

So, at the login screen, with the password box open but nothing typed
yet, press and release the (right in my test) shift key, then press and
hold that shift key while typing the first character of the password. I
believe that this will give correct modifier action for the shift key.

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[Bug 872022] Re: eog crash GRIP-CRITICAL

2012-05-24 Thread Neil Woolford
I can confirm that setting the key image-gallery-resizable to false
stops the problem on my system.  So that seems to be the track to
follow.

Neil

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[Bug 872022] Re: eog crash GRIP-CRITICAL

2011-10-17 Thread Neil Woolford
** Attachment added: gdb-eog.txt
   
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eog/+bug/872022/+attachment/2556064/+files/gdb-eog.txt

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[Bug 872022] Re: eog crash GRIP-CRITICAL

2011-10-15 Thread Neil Woolford
Sad to say that it is still present on my laptop system, 64 bit,
upgraded from 11:04 to 11:10 beta and now release.

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[Bug 872022] Re: eog crash GRIP-CRITICAL

2011-10-15 Thread Neil Woolford
I would add that this may well be just a glitch with my individual
machine.  I will check when I upgrade other machines and report back if
the problem shows elsewhere.

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[Bug 572550] Re: Panel utilities not shown on startup

2010-05-15 Thread Neil Woolford
I'd agree that this is likely a duplicate of bug
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-panel/+bug/574247

It was certainly a hardware problem for me, swapping the Matrox out for
an ATI cured it.  Though I'd like to use the old Matrox as it drives my
old good quality CRT monitors very well.

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[Bug 572550] Re: Panel utilities not shown on startup

2010-05-15 Thread Neil Woolford
Yes;  the hardware didn't suffer from the problem before 10.04 or with
the live CD.  So it is the driver *installed* in 10.04 that causes the
problem.  However, it is linked to using a Matrox card.

I've not seen bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/439448 with the Matrox
card, but have seen it on other machines with Intel graphics, so I'm not
sure that is a related bug, although it seems to affect the same end
(right hand side) of the top panel so maybe there is a link.

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[Bug 572550] Re: Panel utilities not shown on startup

2010-05-03 Thread Neil Woolford
You are not alone...

I've just experienced this bug on a new installation of Lucid final
release on an old PIII machine with a matrox video card running a 5:4
ratio flat panel (not native 1024x768).  The panels would show correctly
after any change to their properties, but be incomplete again at the
next login.

My workaround was to change the screen resolution to 1024x768, after
which the panels show correctly on login without any tweaking.

I did see an odd 'flicker' effect on opening the screen, when the right
hand edge (where the panel display is missing) was refreshed after the
rest of the screen.

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[Bug 532988] Re: burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-07 Thread Neil Woolford
OK.  More testing, more confusion.  Now my pet theory about using
nautilus windows rather than tabs seems wrong.  I've just had spanned
burning fail again using two windows.  And work, on another machine,
with tabs or windows.

Trying to use Brasero as a stand-alone still fails always for me when
trying to span discs.  (So far...)

So it is an instability rather than a fixed bug.

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[Bug 532988] Re: burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-06 Thread Neil Woolford
After more investigation I find that this bug occurs for me if using
Brasero as a stand-alone programme, or if I try to use it from Nautilus
in a tabbed window.

In more detail;  if I have two Nautilus windows open, one for the CD
burner (Brasero) and the other for the source files, then attempting to
copy more than a single CD of data *does* function correctly, with the
data files spanned over as many CDs as are needed.

On the other hand, if I have a single Nautilus window open, with two
tabs, one for the source files and one for the CD burner and then drag
the files between tabs I get the bug that I reported above.

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[Bug 532989] [NEW] burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-05 Thread Neil Woolford
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 532988 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/532988

Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: brasero

I am trying to write a directory of image files to CD.  The files are of
around 3MB to 6MB each, and the overall data size is greater than will
fit on one data CD.

If I drag and drop the files into brasero (normally via its integration
with gnome) and then click Write to Disc, the size estimation process
runs and Disc Burning Setup tells me that there is not enough free space
on the CD-R and asks if I would like to burn the files across several
media.  I then click the Burn Several Discs button.  In the next window
I press Burn.

I would expect the program to prepare and write the first CD and then
prompt me to exchange it for a new blank and continue to write files to
that.

The Burning CD window appears, and an image is created.  At the end of
the image creation process an error message tells me that An unknown
error occurred.  The log file ends with the line Session error  :
unknown (brasero_burn_record brasero-burn.c:2811).

This behaviour is exhibited by both a 32 bit and a 64 bit system, using
Ubuntu 9.10 (karmic) with brasero version 2.28.2 from Karmic-updates.

** Affects: brasero (Ubuntu)
 Importance: Undecided
 Status: New

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[Bug 532989] Re: burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-05 Thread Neil Woolford
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 532988 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/532988


** Attachment added: brasero-session.log
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[Bug 532988] [NEW] burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-05 Thread Neil Woolford
Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: brasero

I am trying to write a directory of image files to CD.  The files are of
around 3MB to 6MB each, and the overall data size is greater than will
fit on one data CD.

If I drag and drop the files into brasero (normally via its integration
with gnome) and then click Write to Disc, the size estimation process
runs and Disc Burning Setup tells me that there is not enough free space
on the CD-R and asks if I would like to burn the files across several
media.  I then click the Burn Several Discs button.  In the next window
I press Burn.

I would expect the program to prepare and write the first CD and then
prompt me to exchange it for a new blank and continue to write files to
that.

The Burning CD window appears, and an image is created.  At the end of
the image creation process an error message tells me that An unknown
error occurred.  The log file ends with the line Session error  :
unknown (brasero_burn_record brasero-burn.c:2811).

This behaviour is exhibited by both a 32 bit and a 64 bit system, using
Ubuntu 9.10 (karmic) with brasero version 2.28.2 from Karmic-updates.

** Affects: brasero (Ubuntu)
 Importance: Undecided
 Status: New

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[Bug 532988] Re: burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-05 Thread Neil Woolford

** Attachment added: brasero-session.log
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[Bug 532989] Re: burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-05 Thread Neil Woolford
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 532988 ***
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/532988

** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 532988
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[Bug 532988] Re: burn the selection of files across several media (spanning) does not work

2010-03-05 Thread Neil Woolford
A similar problem is reported upstream at
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=605738

The details are different, but the overall effect is the same;  spanning
over multiple discs doesn't work.

** Bug watch added: GNOME Bug Tracker #605738
   https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=605738

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[Bug 425411] Re: Computer suspends immediately after resuming if power is unplugged while suspended

2010-01-20 Thread Neil Woolford
Fixed on my Lenovo 3000 N200 using the new 2.28.1-0ubuntu1.1 from
karmic-proposed.  No apparent regressions.

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[Bug 406515] Re: [Karmic] Brightness fn keys lost functionality (multiple laptops)

2009-11-02 Thread Neil Woolford
I've just tried the brightness function keys on my 3000 N200, and they
do still work while the grub menu is on screen, but stop working as soon
as the grub menu countdown finishes and grub starts work.

As others have found, the function keys F10 and F11 produce a normal
keycode by themselves, but nothing at all if used with the Fn key to try
to generate the brightness keycodes.  Other Fn and key combinations all
appear to work fine.

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[Bug 406515] Re: [Karmic beta] Brightness fn keys lost functionality (Lenovo 3000 N200)

2009-10-27 Thread Neil Woolford
Yes, still no brightness function keys here on my Lenovo 3000 N200.

I agree with Oybon about the performance of the brightness applet;  I
would suggest using the gnome-power-manager (battery icon on the upper
task bar) as it has a better brightness control on the Preferences AC
Power tab.  Hope this helps others...

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[Bug 273294] Re: Rhythmbox can not use smb:// as library location

2009-10-20 Thread Neil Woolford
It works for me here, using Karmic Beta on both the library machine and
the player machine.  It isn't totally bug free, as occasionally the
stream apparently breaks and Rhythmbox truncates the track and moves on
to the next one in playing order.  But I can add files of the type
smb://thepathtomymusiconthelaptop to the Rhythmbox instance on my
graphics workstation and it plays them fine apart from sometimes
skipping out of a track before it should end.

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[Bug 350772] Re: playing MMS / .ASX with totem needs manual install of codec package

2009-04-28 Thread Neil Woolford
I also had a failure to automatically install when first using the bbc
live radio player (streaming iplayer).

Same experience as Tenoch, adding gstreamer ugly plugins via synaptic
did not work for me.

However, using Applications=Add/Remove (set to show All available
applications), selecting the Sound  Video tab and the searching for
mms led me to the Gstreamer plugins for mms, wavpak, quicktime,
musepack.

Installing this did solve the problem for me.  I'm not familiar with the
use of Add/Remove Applications, so don't know how it interacts with
synaptic or what the actual packages installed are called under
synaptic.  I was not asked to enable additional repositories, so I
assume that the necessary packages were available, just not found
automatically.

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[Bug 287811] Re: Emptying Trash Fails with 'Error while expunging folder'

2009-04-20 Thread Neil Woolford
In my case the problem persists in Jaunty release candidate.

The workaround that previously worked for me (briefly, removing files
matching *ibex* in /mail/local) has not worked for me for a month or
more now...

Bug http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=550414 appears at first
sight to refer to this bug, so I think it has already been reported
upstream.  A quick read of that report suggests that the bug itself may
already be fixed, but the fix does not clean up already corrupted
evolution installs.  There are suggestions in the report for removal of
further indexing/.db files to clean up existing damaged installations.

I shall try this when I next have time, which should be this week and
will report back with more detail.

** Bug watch added: GNOME Bug Tracker #550414
   http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=550414

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[Bug 287811] Re: Emptying Trash Fails with 'Error while expunging folder'

2009-01-18 Thread Neil Woolford
Still getting this problem occasionally.  The method of removing the
index files in post #6 works for me, though with a long startup time for
evolution after doing it while the index files are reinstated.
Evolution only appears on screen when this is finished.

The fundamental problem of indexes getting out of sync still happens.  I
can't see any obvious cause or precursor for the problem.

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[Bug 287811] Re: Emptying Trash Fails with 'Error while expunging folder'

2008-12-10 Thread Neil Woolford
It's only the vfolders (~/.evolution/mail/vfolder/...) that have no
index files, just cmeta files.

The normal folders (~/.evolution/mail/local/...) have both index files
and cmeta files.

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[Bug 287811] Re: Emptying Trash Fails with 'Error while expunging folder'

2008-12-09 Thread Neil Woolford
I'm still stuck with a deleted items folder that cannot be emptied,
causing the Summary and folder mismatch error.

I first tried removing all the ev-summary files, which don't get
recreated, confirming MiiJaySung's suggestion that they are now outdated
and unused with the move to a different database engine  (sqlite?).
However, removing index, cmeta and index.data files didn't solve the
problem for me.  Evolution did spend quite some time indexing on startup
and reinstated these latter files but is still giving the same mismatch
error.  Does anyone know of any other files (or well hidden ones?) that
also need to be removed?

For now Evolution still works for me, but I can't empty the Deleted
Items.  One day I'll want to do that...

Neil

Evolution 2.24.2 on Intrepid Ibex.

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[Bug 287811] Re: Emptying Trash Fails with 'Error while expunging folder'

2008-12-09 Thread Neil Woolford
Mark, it does indeed have a variety of folders, and also some vfolders
(search folders).

I thought I'd been through them all, but I was working manually so could
easily have missed something.  A quick play with the desktop search tool
revealed cmeta files for the vfolders although no index or index.data
for them.   Might these need to be removed too?

I'm leaving it for tonight as I've just cooked some food and that seems
more important!

I'll try again tomorrow, probably using an automated process to remove
the cmeta, index and index.data throughout the ~/.evolution tree (after
taking a backup).

I'll report back when I've tried again.

(I also upgraded from Hardy while keeping the /home, hence the presence
of the old style ev-summary index files on my system.)

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[Bug 251976] Re: Copy disc sometimes fails, sometimes works

2008-07-26 Thread Neil Woolford
I am trying to copy a data CD.  This is a normally formatted, once
written CDR that I now need another exact copy of.  (I should have made
two to start with, perhaps...)

I put the CD with my data on it into the drive.  After a few seconds it
automatically mounts and up comes a nautilus browser window.  I already
know what is on the disc and want to copy (duplicate) the whole thing,
not use individual files.  So I close the nautilus browser window.

Now I can see the Gnome desktop.  On the desktop is an icon for my data
CD that I just put in the drive, the one that I want to make an exact
copy (a clone) of.  I right click on that icon to bring up the menu
which has the option Copy Disc.  I left click that option, to start
the disc copy process.

This far everything has worked as I would expect.

Now that I have clicked to start the copy, up comes the Copy Disc
Dialogue.  For a few moments it is grey, then it turns to colour and I
can use it.  I am happy with the defaults  so I click the Write
button.  After this one of two things happens;

1:  the correct process of reading the disc to make an image, ejecting
the original disc and prompting me to insert a blank disc and writing
the image to it, with all the prompts and dialogues that I'd expect.
This is success, and what I would expect.

2:  after a few moments the Copy Disc Dialogue disappears and nothing
happens.  This is a failure, and not what I would expect.

If the process fails (case two) then the icon for the original disc is
still on the desktop, and if I start the process again by right clicking
it I normally achieve a successful copy operation.

What I did notice, having nineteen discs to copy, is that there is a
reliable clue early in the process.  When the Copy Disc Dialogue
appears, the desktop icon for the original master disc in the drive (the
one with data that I want to copy) should disappear from the desktop.
If that happens, the copy process will complete.  Sometimes the desktop
icon for the original disc does not disappear when the Copy Disc
Dialogue appears;  in this case the copy process fails as in case two
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[Bug 251976] Re: Copy disc sometimes fails, sometimes works

2008-07-26 Thread Neil Woolford
In condition two, (failure to burn) I find that .xsession-errors has the
single line

** (nautilus-cd-burner:6318): WARNING **: Unable to prepare tracks for
burning

appended to the end.

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[Bug 30739] Re: Move to Trash option misleading

2008-07-25 Thread Neil Woolford
Reported upstream in 2004.  I've just noticed the same problem still
exists in an up to date copy of Ubuntu Hardy Heron.  So here's a little
'me too' bump for the bug.

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[Bug 47889] Re: Label is write instead of copy

2008-07-25 Thread Neil Woolford
I'm being the 'me too' man today.  Loic's right about this, and it's
still here two years later.  Little bump?

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[Bug 251976] [NEW] Copy disc sometimes fails, sometimes works

2008-07-25 Thread Neil Woolford
Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: nautilus-cd-burner

If I wish to use nautilus to copy an existing data CD I place it in the
single drive on my machine.  It automatically mounts, opening a browser
window and appearing as an icon on the desktop.

If I close the browser window, I can right click the desktop icon.  Copy
disc is offered as an option in the menu that pops up.  When I select it
the copy disc dialogue opens up.  I click on 'write' (to *read* and
*copy* the CD that is in the drive, an open bug elsewhere).  After I
click on 'write' to go forward one of two things happen;  either the
process goes forward correctly or the dialogue just disappears.  A
second attempt usually works fine.

I note that when the Copy Disc Dialogue opens up (and after it ungreys),
sometimes the desktop icon for the CD remains on the desktop, sometimes
it disappears.  If the icon remains, the copy process fails.  If the
icon disappears, the copy process succeeds.

I'm using Hardy Heron, nautillus-cd-burner 2.22.1-0ubuntu1.

** Affects: nautilus-cd-burner (Ubuntu)
 Importance: Undecided
 Status: New

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[Bug 149964] Re: evolution: URLs with ampersand () don't work

2008-03-07 Thread Neil Woolford
The version of Evolution (and dependencies) currently available in the
normal Gutsy (7.10) repositories, including Gutsy Proposed and Gutsy
Backports still displays the problem discussed here.  The fix has not
made it to Gutsy yet.  I intend to check Hardy Alpha 6 for the
problem/fix this weekend and will report back.

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[Bug 149964] Re: evolution: URLs with ampersand () don't work

2008-03-07 Thread Neil Woolford
I'm glad to say that the issue appears fixed for me too in Hardy today.

My test condition was sending myself an eBay You might like to look at
this item automated email.  This time, the ampersands were not mangled
into html markup on arrival in the local Evolution, neither in the
displayed string in the message preview nor - critically - in the url
string passed to the browser.

The problem  persists in Gutsy for now;  presumably the fix will become
available, at least as a backport if there is a reason to keep it out of
the normal repositories.

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[Bug 149964] I couldn't agree more...

2007-12-23 Thread Neil Woolford
This is not merely annoying, it means I can't upgrade several machines
that I look after for other users because they would simply, and
rightly, conclude that I'd broken their ebay search result emails.

(I know it isn't exactly what is happening, but it is what appears to be
happening from the point of view of a normal human user who just wants
to be able to click a link in an email and have it do the Right Thing
(TM))  I myself am getting irritated at having to copy and paste the
item number in the link every time I spot something interesting in an
emailed search result.

As for what this does to German language links that use (common)
extended characters, check out the examples given in earlier posts.  I
imagine this applies to other languages too.

If the technical problems are too severe (and this is after all a
regression, not a long standing bug), would I be on the right track by
trying to pin the use of an earlier version of Evolution?

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[Bug 146290] Re: gimp open from url doesn't work

2007-10-29 Thread Neil Woolford
This is also a problem for those of us who wish to edit files stored on
other machines on a local network.

I just spent around five hundred pounds on a network attached storage
appliance and was not best pleased when I couldn't open files or save to
it from the Gimp...  Then I remembered that I've never been able to open
files on other machines on the (Samba) network from within Gimp.

After some desperate googling and a coffee and some more googling I find
that the the VFS support module is simply not included by default.
Adding gimp-gnomevfs is a complete fix for me using Gnome.  It of course
updates the (Gimp) file chooser to show network locations, so you don't
even need to mess with the Open URI feature.

Can I request the package managers consider including gimp-gnomevfs as a
dependency rather than it just being a recommend dependency?

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[Bug 140460] Re: Evolution : On startup unable to connect to POP server

2007-10-24 Thread Neil Woolford
I've now had another look at the possible interaction with Network-
Manager.

Basically I removed Network-Manager from my system and manually
configured the (wireless ethernet) connection to the internet.

The symptom of asking for for the password and then looping continued to
exist.  So it looks like Network-Manager is not the culprit.

Using the PPP connection (set up through GnomePPP) and a modem card
continues to work properly;  Evolution then starts offline;  when put
online by clicking the connect button it connects and just asks for the
password once, going on to work normally.

As others have observed, starting Evolution in a terminal with the
--offline option also works.  (Although I notice that the camel error
messages still appear in the console).

For me what happens here is that when using the --offline switch
Evolution still appears to start in online mode;  I guess that this
means it is detecting the network connection and switching itself to
online immediately.  Anyway, the password behaviour is then normal,
which is at least a fix of the symptom.

I can also confirm that shutting down Evolution in folders other than
inbox leads to a clean start.

As a temporary fix of the symptom I've added the --offline switch after
--component=mail in the Gnome Panel launcher for Evolution.  This seems
to work ok for now.

(I also notice that if running in conditions where the password dialogue
loops, cancelling the first dialogue before entering a password leads to
normal correct operation if mail pickup is initiated manually.)

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[Bug 140460] Re: Evolution : On startup unable to connect to POP server

2007-10-22 Thread Neil Woolford
I've just used my system on a network configured manually, *without*
Network-Manager and note that the symptom of repeated asking for
password didn't occur.

Could others in this bug check whether they are using network manager
and whether *not* using it alleviates the symptom?  (I have seen it
suggested in a forum post that the problem may be linked with the use of
Network-Manager, my single experience appears to confirm this as a
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[Bug 140460] Re: Evolution : On startup unable to connect to POP server

2007-10-22 Thread Neil Woolford
Just to clarify my previous post;

I'm away from any network that I have access to, so turned off network
manager (using the gui) and then used a dialup modem via GnomePPP to get
on to the net.

Under these conditions Evolution seems inclined to start in offline
mode.  When put online it contacts the mailserver and then asks for
password.  Under these conditions it asks only once and then works as
normal.

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[Bug 149964] Re: evolution: URLs with ampersand () don't work

2007-10-20 Thread Neil Woolford
There's now a proposed patch for this problem.  (Milan Crha 18/10).

Any chance of testing this and getting it adopted quickly if it works?
This is exactly the kind of bug that is confusing and disturbing to
'average users' but too easy for geeks to say Just edit the html tag
out in the address bar, Luser.  Which doesn't help Linux advocacy.
We're already stuck with enough (legal) problems getting people's MP3s
and DVD movies to play...

I also notice that in the body of emails from eBay the item names
(clickable links) also display the same symptom, with ampersands
expanded to amp;  Likely the same underlying problem is causing this as
well, and only cosmetic, but worth checking that the proposed fix
addresses this too.  If it doesn't, then something is still hiding there
ready to bite us!

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[Bug 149964] Re: evolution: URLs with ampersand () don't work

2007-10-20 Thread Neil Woolford
Nobody accused of it either!

It is only an annoyance, but one that will occur for anyone using the
eBay notification email service, which is probably a very common case.
I think my point was meant to be that it will affect many users, not all
of whom will consider it to be trivial to work around.  Obviously I
could have phrased it better...

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[Bug 147943] Re: [MASTER] broken initial stacking (was: compiz hides quick loading windows at login)

2007-10-11 Thread Neil Woolford
New version of fix works fine here.  Thanks very much to Michael Vogt
and any others involved.

Now I can enjoy terminal window transparency without the annoying side
effects...

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[Bug 147943] Re: [MASTER] broken initial stacking (was: compiz hides quick loading windows at login)

2007-10-09 Thread Neil Woolford
This bug persists for me too with latest version
(1:0.6.0+git20071006-0ubuntu2) on a Lenovo 3000 N100 laptop with Intel
945 integrated graphics.

Unsetting and resetting Compiz followed by a cold reboot didn't fix the
problem.  I always have to click on the desktop to see the lower panel
after starting if Compiz is active.

Can I plead for Compiz not being enabled by default on release?

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[Bug 50226] pmount sees a microdrive as non-removable, so won't mount it.

2006-06-20 Thread Neil Woolford
Public bug reported:

I use a digital camera with a CF II form factor microdrive.

If I insert this card into a PCMCIA (PC card) adaptor and put it in a
PCMCIA slot on my laptop, the microdrive shows as a disc in the
Places-Computer gui file manager (Nautilus).  It is however not
mounted.

If I try to mount from Nautilus, I get an error message from pmount that
the device is non-removable so cannot be mounted by pmount.

If I switch to a terminal, I can mount and unmount the drive manually
('mount' and 'umount').  There is no problem copying files from the
drive once it is mounted.

If I use a (dirt cheap, generic) usb card-reader then the microdrive
mounts automatically, appearing on the desktop and unmounting via right
click and 'eject'.  This is the behaviour that I would also like when
attaching it via the PCMCIA slot.

So the problem appears that when it is attached to the PC card bus,
pmount doesn't recognize it as a removable device.

** Affects: hal (Ubuntu)
 Importance: Untriaged
 Status: Unconfirmed

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[Bug 50226] Re: pmount sees a microdrive as non-removable, so won't mount it.

2006-06-20 Thread Neil Woolford
pmount appears to just be following the information given by
(presumably) hal about the device.  So pmount is not at fault here, it
is being told by other parts of the system that the drive is not
removable.

** Changed in: pmount (Ubuntu)
Sourcepackagename: pmount = hal

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[Bug 40473] Re: Wacom support almost there... add some udev magic?

2006-05-14 Thread Neil Woolford
I'd not worry too much about serial Wacoms;  I've got one, but every
other one I've ever seen (apart from years ago) uses USB.  And I kind of
don't expect the same level of magic for serial as USB if I'm honest;
USB is meant for hotplugging and multiple devices, whereas serial plugs
have little screw lugs to fix them in place and are always round the
back of the box, covered in dust and cat hairs ;)

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[Bug 40473] Re: Wacom support almost there... add some udev magic?

2006-05-12 Thread Neil Woolford
Much the same experience here with Dapper beta (Flight 7) and an Intuos
2 *serial* Wacom tablet.

Wacom entries were present in xorg.conf but pointing to the non-existant
dev/wacom.

I didn't realise about the udev scripts, so my workaround was to
manually edit xorg.conf to point to /dev/ttyS0 in the Option Device
lines for the tablet.  I also had to comment out the Option
ForceDevice ISDV4 for tablet PC devices.

It's a much better situation than the last time I tried to get the
tablet working under Ubuntu, but it still isn't quite automagic...

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[Bug 40473] Re: Wacom support almost there... add some udev magic?

2006-05-12 Thread Neil Woolford
Much the same experience here with Dapper beta (Flight 7) and an Intuos
2 *serial* Wacom tablet.

Wacom entries were present in xorg.conf but pointing to the non-existant
dev/wacom.

I didn't realise about the udev scripts, so my workaround was to
manually edit xorg.conf to point to /dev/ttyS0 in the Option Device
lines for the tablet.  I also had to comment out the Option
ForceDevice ISDV4 for tablet PC devices.

It's a much better situation than the last time I tried to get the
tablet working under Ubuntu, but it still isn't quite automagic...

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[Bug 31517] hal-device-manager does not load

2006-03-03 Thread Neil Woolford
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Comment:
Upgraded system at 11am 3rd March, after seeing above two messages from
Martin Pitt.

Works here!

No Hal error on Gnome startup any more, and invoking
System-Administration-Device Manager now works (albeit with a ten to
fifteen second 'pause for thought' between the Device Manager appearing
and actually populating with information).

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[Bug 29050] 6.04 (Dapper) doesn't recognize working printer

2006-03-03 Thread Neil Woolford
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Comment:
Thank you RoX!

If I make the suggested change of /dev/usblp0 from scanner to root, my
Epson CX3200 scanner/printer is detected by the gui Add Printer system.
It prints a test page, and is still recognised by XSane as a working
scanner.

The goodness doesn't survive a reboot of course;  although the printer
is still listed as installed it is now back in the scanner group and so
won't print until the manual change is made again.

My naive take on this is that the problem is the multi-function device
identifying as only one of its functions and therefore ending up in a
restrictive group.  Thus gnome-cups-manager and gutenprint drivers are
innocent.  The problem perhaps lies in udev/hal magic that I do not
understand...

Surely there should be a witty t-shirt for *nix people with a slogan on
the lines of It's always a file permissions/groups problem  But
witty of course, rather than just descriptive ;)

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[Bug 31517] hal-device-manager does not load

2006-03-01 Thread Neil Woolford
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Comment:
Also found here on Dapper flight three, updated to 1-Mar 18:00.

Following output from trying to start hal manually.  Appears to bear out
problem with python bindings, but I have *no* expertise here...

=

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ gksudo hal-device-manager
(hal-device-manager:4484): GnomeUI-WARNING **: While connecting to session 
manag er:
Authentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols 
specified  are supported and host-based authentication failed.
gtk.Menu object (GtkMenu) at 0x76ccbe64
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File /usr/bin/hal-device-manager, line 20, in ?
DeviceManager()
  File /usr/share/hal/device-manager/DeviceManager.py, line 72, in __init__
lambda *args: self.gdl_changed(DeviceAdded, *args))
  File /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/dbus/_dbus.py, line 283, in 
connect_to _signal
self._obj.connect_to_signal(signal_name, handler_function, dbus_interface, 
* *keywords)
  File /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/dbus/proxies.py, line 128, in 
connect_ to_signal
path=self._object_path,
  File /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/dbus/_dbus.py, line 177, in 
add_signal _receiver
named_service = bus_object.GetNameOwner(named_service, 
dbus_interface='org.f reedesktop.DBus')
  File /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/dbus/proxies.py, line 79, in __call__
reply_message = self._connection.send_with_reply_and_block(message, timeout)
  File dbus_bindings.pyx, line 458, in 
dbus_bindings.Connection.send_with_repl y_and_block
dbus_bindings.DBusException: Could not get owner of name 'org.freedesktop.Hal': 
no such name

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[Bug 29050] 6.04 (Dapper) doesn't recognize working printer

2006-02-06 Thread Neil Woolford
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- Changed attachments:
Added: Redirected terminal output when running gnome-cups-manager from 
the command line.
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[Bug 29822] hal hangs on startup

2006-01-28 Thread Neil Woolford
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Comment:
Very similar problem has occured on my Dapper experimental box.  Was working 
fine with Flight 3, then updated 27th Jan and boot ground to a halt at the HAL 
stage.  Didn't wait long enough for error messages, no progress after ten 
minutes...
If started in recovery mode was OK until graphical login (by invoking gdm), but 
then an error message warned that HAL had not started and attempts to run 
Administration-Device Manager didn't succeed.  Desktop ran fine, but obviously 
not really much use without devices...

Took the step of running hald non daemon and with verbose as advised
above;  didn't crash but stopped at lines about my ZIP drive.
Disconnected ZIP drive data cable, and the system now boots fine.

Can't currently easily post the hal.txt output file due to an unrelated
network snafu, but would email or post it if this would help the
debugging process above the information in this comment.

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