[Lubuntu-desktop] LxFind and LxScreenshot

2012-01-18 Thread Stephen Smally
Ok, i have a question, will LxFind and LxScreenshot will included in 
Lubuntu Precise? or the feature freeze is already gone?


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LxFind

2012-01-17 Thread Stephen Smally

On 01/17/2012 06:41 PM, Michael Rawson wrote:

Looking very cool. I'm liking the expanded results box now, and the icons. :)

I can't get it to build currently, but I'll get moving as soon as I can.

Perhaps have a feature like 'open in pcmanfm'? (you might have already 
implemented that, I'm still using the one built off the second revision. :L

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Of course, double click opens pcmanfm (if is a folder) or the related 
application (if is a file).
let me push the latest revision, so it can be built (launchpad take 
hours to build!)


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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] LxFind

2012-01-17 Thread Stephen Smally

On 01/17/2012 06:41 PM, Michael Rawson wrote:

Looking very cool. I'm liking the expanded results box now, and the icons. :)

I can't get it to build currently, but I'll get moving as soon as I can.

Perhaps have a feature like 'open in pcmanfm'? (you might have already 
implemented that, I'm still using the one built off the second revision. :L

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Of course, double click opens pcmanfm (if is a folder) or the related 
application (if is a file).
let me push the latest revision, so it can be built (launchpad take 
hours to build!)


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[Lubuntu-desktop] Merry Christmas

2011-12-24 Thread Stephen Smally

Merry Christmas Everyone! thanks for your awesome work!

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Minimal Install Problem

2011-11-17 Thread Stephen Smally

On 11/17/2011 04:49 AM, Tim Bernhard wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I'm, trying to resurrect an old Sony Vaio PCG-9401.  This thing is an 
old Windose ME machine that came with AMD processor, 12GB hard drive 
and 64mb of RAM.  I had a 128mb stick of pc-100 so I dropped that in 
to bring the RAM up to 192mb.  I installed Lubuntu using the mini.iso. 
 It took a while but the install completed.


The problem is that after rebooting the system I get the following 
message:


vt596_smbus :00:07.4: SMBUS: Error: Host SMBus controller not 
enabled! - upgrade BIOS or use force=1



After that, the Lubuntu splash screen is briefly displayed and then 
the screen goes blank.


Any ideas?

Thanks,

Tim


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try to enter into the grub (you have to hit some keys if it doesn't show 
up automatically, something like Canc, google for it), go on the line 
that says L/Ubuntu * with Linux * (* means the version of the system, 
11.10 with linux 3 or so on), enter e (to edit the entry) and add 
force=1 after quiet splash.

this because the message says:

upgrade BIOS or use force=1

This mean that you grub is too old for Lubuntu, you have to upgrade it, 
or you can add force=1 at the start to avoid the problem.
if it works i will tell you how to make it persistent (by default when 
you edit an entry the changes you made aren't persistent).


Stephen Smally

P.S. sorry for the different font

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[Lubuntu-desktop] Lsc Port to Vala

2011-11-17 Thread Stephen Smally

This message is target for the Lubuntu Software Center Team!

Hi, i have started the port from Python to Vala, the branch is 
lp:~lubuntu-software-center-team/lubuntu-software-center/vala-port, so 
the ppa use the Python version (the package is not broken), there is a 
README inside, let me know if something is not clear.


Stephen Smally
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[Lubuntu-desktop] Some considerations about the Precise theme

2011-11-17 Thread Stephen Smally

  
  
Hi, i've got some consideration
about the future Precise theme for Lubuntu.

Lubuntu should have a most professional and clean look as
possible, so:

1 - i like a lot the default light grey panel in 10.04 and
10.10, and i think is a good compromise between style and
professionality:

2 - we should use a monochrome logo for the menu (+1 close to
ubuntu), suggestion:

3 - i like the default openbox theme in Oneiric, but the borders
of the windows should be grey, not black.
suggestion RGB: 3c3c3c

Stephen Smally
  
  

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Re: [Lubuntu-desktop] Weekly meetings - Finding the right time

2011-11-15 Thread Stephen Smally

Agreed, 8 PM GMT is ok.

On 11/15/2011 05:50 PM, Michael Rawson wrote:

Providing it's okay with everyone else, 8PM is ideal.


On Tue, 15 Nov 2011 17:23:47 +0100
Chriscyber.dr...@gmail.com  wrote:


Aloha Ali,

Seeing the Fridge [1] or better put it's calender [2] already has it's 7 PM
UTC slot filled did Julian suggest to take the 8 PM UTC (or GMT) slot. That
would make it 12AM for you Ali.
By the way, my vote is also for wednesday.

With metta, Chris

[1] http://fridge.ubuntu.com/
[2] http://fridge.ubuntu.com/calendars/fridge/

On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 15:20, amjjawad HOOHAAamjja...@gmail.com  wrote:


  I propose to begin with this schedule : Wednesday, 7:00 PM UTC, starting

on the 23th.


If that's 7:00pm GMT time, it means it's 11:00pm my time. My time is +4
GMT. If that's the case, I'm ok with that. I don't care about the day, all
are the same to me, just the time what is important.

Thanks!

On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 11:43 AM, Julien Lavergnegi...@ubuntu.comwrote:


Hi,

One thing I would like to organize for this cycle, is a weekly meeting on
IRC, to discuss topics more easily and to take decisions when it's needed.

I think we have enough topics to start on a weekly base, but we can do it
less often in the future, if it's not necessary.

Finding a time for this is ... not very easy :) I don't want to do it
during the week-end, to be all able to have a week-end far from IT and
Internet connection :)

I also don't think we should change the time for every meetings, because
it's the best solution to forget the meeting. But, we can change it after
some time (like 3 months).

I propose to begin with this schedule : Wednesday, 7:00 PM UTC, starting
on the 23th.

It'll not be necessary to attempt all the meetings. You can attempt when
you have subjects to discuss, but you can also adding a subject to the
schedule, so people can discuss it even if you can't be online at this time.

Let me know what you think about this.

Regards,
Julien Lavergne


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[Lubuntu-desktop] Light-Weight software center

2011-07-27 Thread Stephen Smally
Hi everybody, i'mt trying to do a user-friendly and light package
manager ( a kind of Lubuntu software center) in python (bad?).
now the code is very poor, i hope you can help me (simply suggesting or
coding).
the active branch is lp:~stephen-smally/+junk/lubuntu-software-center
i'm using apt and aptdaemon, if somebody knows a better way, please tell
me.

Regards

Stephen Smally
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