Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Post A3 Test: Encrypted home folder

2010-03-03 Thread Andrew Woodhead
No because it causes more bother than its worth. Too many users getting
nonbootable systems then losing data as they can't/won't decrypt their
drives.


On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 11:34 AM, Leszek Lesner leszek.les...@web.de wrote:

 Hi,

 did anyone test the Alpha 3 with encrypted home folder ?
 On my virtual installation it isn't decrypting my home folder. I need to do
 this manually on a tty.
 I think it might be a bug in lxdm.


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[Lubuntu-desktop] PCManFM 2 Trash/Files and other Bugs

2010-03-03 Thread Leszek Lesner

Hi,

here some bugs I noticed with the last pcmanfm2 version from ppa repo.

Creating a new empty file works but not always displays the new file right away 
(refresh is necessary).
Same goes for creating files or directories from within the terminal. They 
don't show up in pcmanfm. I need to relaunch or reload the folder for this. 
(gamin, famin support broken !? or an lxdm problem as starting pcmanfm2 from 
terminal, refresh works nicely) 
Doubeclicking (or Oneclicking) the empty file causes a crash. (Same goes for 
downloaded files/ maybe all files?) 
Crash message from Terminal: 
pcmanfm: symbol lockup error: pcmanfm: undefined symbol: 
fm_file_info_get_target 

Btw: for lubuntu-default-settings: Terminal command  Sudo command are not set. 

Another Bug I found creating a symbolic link to a folder in a new folder (e.g. 
create folder test in home and inside test a link to Music folder in home 
directory) and then copying the folder test somewhere. It will grab a copy of 
the Music folder and its contents. So that I don't have a link anymore to my 
home Music folder.
Moving the  the test folder to trash (its also a bug for all files) and then 
trying to empty trash, asks once if I am sure to empty the trash, and then 
twice if I really want to delete this file(s). After deletion there is a error 
Message: Items in the Trash may not be modified
DebuG output from terminal:

** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: total number of files to delete: 69587170080954
** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: file operation is finished!
** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: total number of files to delete: 4
** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: FmJob error: Items in the trash may not be modified
** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: file operation is finished!

So this are almost all bugs I found so far. All in all the gvfs seems not to 
work properly. I really don't know whats causing this problems. 

Greetings,
Leszek

 

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] PCManFM 2 Trash/Files and other Bugs

2010-03-03 Thread PCMan
1. files not refreshing bug seems to be a glib/gio bug. We do not use
gamin or fam anymore. Instead, we use gio, which in turns uses inotify
directly. I don't think this is a pcmanfm2 bug.
2. apparantly, you use a too old version of libfm so a required symbol
is not found. Use git versions instead.
3.trash error messages are partly due to libfm bugs and partly caused
by gvfs bugs. not sure about this. more surveys are needed.

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 8:09 PM, Leszek Lesner leszek.les...@web.de wrote:

 Hi,

 here some bugs I noticed with the last pcmanfm2 version from ppa repo.

 Creating a new empty file works but not always displays the new file right 
 away (refresh is necessary).
 Same goes for creating files or directories from within the terminal. They 
 don't show up in pcmanfm. I need to relaunch or reload the folder for this. 
 (gamin, famin support broken !? or an lxdm problem as starting pcmanfm2 from 
 terminal, refresh works nicely)
 Doubeclicking (or Oneclicking) the empty file causes a crash. (Same goes for 
 downloaded files/ maybe all files?)
 Crash message from Terminal:
 pcmanfm: symbol lockup error: pcmanfm: undefined symbol: 
 fm_file_info_get_target

 Btw: for lubuntu-default-settings: Terminal command  Sudo command are not 
 set.

 Another Bug I found creating a symbolic link to a folder in a new folder 
 (e.g. create folder test in home and inside test a link to Music folder in 
 home directory) and then copying the folder test somewhere. It will grab a 
 copy of the Music folder and its contents. So that I don't have a link 
 anymore to my home Music folder.
 Moving the  the test folder to trash (its also a bug for all files) and then 
 trying to empty trash, asks once if I am sure to empty the trash, and then 
 twice if I really want to delete this file(s). After deletion there is a 
 error Message: Items in the Trash may not be modified
 DebuG output from terminal:

 ** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: total number of files to delete: 69587170080954
 ** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: file operation is finished!
 ** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: total number of files to delete: 4
 ** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: FmJob error: Items in the trash may not be modified
 ** (pcmanfm2:2255): DEBUG: file operation is finished!

 So this are almost all bugs I found so far. All in all the gvfs seems not to 
 work properly. I really don't know whats causing this problems.

 Greetings,
 Leszek



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[Lubuntu-desktop] Power management issue

2010-03-03 Thread Konstantin Lavrov
Hello, all

Though it is not only lubuntu related I've experienced different
problems with gnome-power-manager on my netbook since 9.04 release.

And even in lucid A3 i need to killall gnome-power-manager and use
xfce4-power-manager instead.

Even new version of xfpm that I've just tested (0.9.90) works much
better for me.

What about to replace gpm with xfpm in lubuntu?

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Power management issue

2010-03-03 Thread Julien Lavergne
Le mercredi 03 mars 2010 à 17:18 +0300, Konstantin Lavrov a écrit :
 Hello, all
 
 Though it is not only lubuntu related I've experienced different
 problems with gnome-power-manager on my netbook since 9.04 release.
 
 And even in lucid A3 i need to killall gnome-power-manager and use
 xfce4-power-manager instead.

What kind of problem do you have ? For me it's the contrary, gpm works
better than xfce-power-manager.

Regards,
Julien Lavergne



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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Power management issue

2010-03-03 Thread 神癒礁湖
Another thing I'd remove is the command install suggestions from the
bash. I think it's an standalone package and freezes CPU a lot.



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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Post A3 Test: Encrypted home folder

2010-03-03 Thread Phill Whiteside
In terms of encrypted home folders, for Ubuntu in general it was not a wise
move to offer it on install, we have access to such systems if we need - but
there are cries of help, periodically, on the support forums for those who
have messed up and lost everything.

IMHO, leave them well alone

Phill.

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 8:22 PM, Julien Lavergne gi...@ubuntu.com wrote:

 Le mercredi 03 mars 2010 à 12:34 +0100, Leszek Lesner a écrit :
  Hi,
 
  did anyone test the Alpha 3 with encrypted home folder ?
  On my virtual installation it isn't decrypting my home folder. I need to
 do this manually on a tty.
  I think it might be a bug in lxdm.

 Never work for me with lxdm. I don't think it's something implemented
 yet in lxdm :)

 Regards,
 Julien Lavergne


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[Lubuntu-desktop] new visual identity in lucid

2010-03-03 Thread Zoltan Matlak
*I just red on slashdot today:
Canonical has launched a new visual
identityhttp://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2010/03/ubuntu-dumps-the-brown-introduces-new-theme.arsfor
the Ubuntu Linux distribution. Ubuntu is shedding its previous brown
look and adopting a more professional color scheme with purple and orange.
The colors will be used in a new GNOME theme and boot splash for Ubuntu
10.04. According to updated design documents that were
publishedhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/Brandin the Ubuntu wiki, 'light' is
the underlying concept behind the new visual
identity. It displaces the 'human' concept that has been part of Ubuntu's
theming and brand vernacular for the past five years. Ubuntu community
manager Jono Bacon has posted a
screenshothttp://www.jonobacon.org/2010/03/03/refreshing-the-ubuntu-brand/and
additional information.

Question: is it a goal to have all *buntu variants use the same character
set or to have common/similar look? Just wondering if the lubuntu splash and
other logos have to be changed? (saw the xubuntu as sample on the site
that's why I raised the question)

Thanks
Zoltan

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