Re: [Trisquel-users] Monitor resolution (complete beginner)

2011-04-20 Thread lcerf
That shows the hardware, not the driver. If /var/log/Xorg.0.log mentions various stuff about Nouveau drivers then this is the used driver.

Re: [Trisquel-users] SeaMonkey 2.0.11 Upgrade?

2011-04-20 Thread lcerf
What is the error? What is the content of your /etc/apt/sources.list?

Re: [Trisquel-users] Default Desktop?

2011-04-20 Thread lcerf
The default desktop of Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) is Gnome 2.30, which is almost the same as Gnome 2.32. However Debian GNU/Linux does not customize much the desktop. Here is the its default look after a fresh install. Of course you could tune it to make it look just like Trisquel's. However why

Re: [Trisquel-users] SeaMonkey 2.0.11 Upgrade?

2011-04-21 Thread lcerf
Explaining how may help somebody in the future...

Re: [Trisquel-users] Updateing Robur

2011-04-21 Thread lcerf
Could you be more precise? If the package manager does not suggest you Taranis, have you checked the Update tab in the Software sources (in the System/Administration menu)? The distribution update should be set to LTS versions. The English strings may differ from what I am writing. I am

Re: [Trisquel-users] Default Desktop?

2011-04-21 Thread lcerf
What is the error?

Re: [Trisquel-users] FaceBook page?

2011-04-21 Thread lcerf
I believe Facebook is mainly using Free softwares... and that is good for them. However that is not our business since that is not our computing! The problem raised by Facebook is nothing to do with Free vs. proprietary software, it is a problem of given private information to a central

Re: [Trisquel-users] FaceBook page?

2011-04-22 Thread lcerf
The *real* RMS does not have a Facebook page. On http://stallman.org, you can read: I do not have a facebook account; I have never logged in on facebook. If a facebook page says it is about me, it was made by someone else.

Re: [Trisquel-users] Updateing Robur

2011-04-24 Thread lcerf
update-manager IS the graphical utility (although it can be runed in a terminal as you have tried). In this regard, it is not surprising that the result is exactly the same.

Re: [Trisquel-users] Monitor resolution (complete beginner)

2011-04-25 Thread lcerf
Well, you can try to force the resolution by specifying it in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. It is quite some time I have not touched this file (since Xorg is now able to correctly auto-configure itself... well, not in your case!) but I believe this simple configuration should be OK: Section Screen

Re: [Trisquel-users] Monitor resolution (complete beginner)

2011-04-26 Thread lcerf
I may have also not remember well what to write in /etc/X11/xorg.conf! Could you check again the errors and warnings in Xorg's log: $ fgrep '(EE)' /var/log/Xorg.0.log $ fgrep '(WW)' /var/log/Xorg.0.log

Re: [Trisquel-users] Monitor resolution (complete beginner)

2011-04-27 Thread lcerf
And that is when Xorg is started WITH the configuration file? You have not removed it in between?

Re: [Trisquel-users] seahorse shows passwords without verification

2011-05-05 Thread lcerf
Make a separate user with no privilege for everybody who occasionally uses your system. It takes one minute. When you leave your computer unattended, lock it (directly accessible in the menu). If you are afraid to forget, configure the screensaver so that it locks the screen (a box to

Re: [Trisquel-users] seahorse shows passwords without verification

2011-05-06 Thread lcerf
Again, if you apply what I wrote two messages ago (and it is really a matter of seconds) you will be safe w.r.t. basic users. They will not only be able to easily see the passwords in Seahorse but also those in Firefox, and your personal accounting spreadsheets, and your personal agenda in

Re: [Trisquel-users] Problems with getting online!!

2011-05-09 Thread lcerf
I searched the Web for you (you should do it) and many results pop out. Obviously the trouble is that kernel recognizes the device as a usb-storage device (SCSI CD-ROM)... and that is not stupid because of it contains a MicroSD card (up to 4GB). Udev is, in your system, taking care of

Re: [Trisquel-users] Compiling newer version of Linux-Libre for Trisquel

2011-05-09 Thread lcerf
Take a look at this thread: http://trisquel.info/fr/forum/how-i-can-upgrade-kernel If you are using a 32 bit system, I can help you to setup the repository. If you are using a 64 bit system, you may also consider the kernel image of the next Debian (

Re: [Trisquel-users] Question Concerning Ethics and Gaming

2011-05-09 Thread lcerf
I completely agree with you when it comes to the freedom to use the game as you wish (hence no DRM) and the freedom to share it with your friends (and that is the test most advanced games fail to pass). I do also believe (although I am not 100% sure) that the engine of a game should be Free

Re: [Trisquel-users] seahorse shows passwords without verification

2011-05-09 Thread lcerf
Switching to the invited account is a matter of two clicks with the fast-switch-applet... Moreover, if, like me, you use the Firemacs extension to Firefox, your friend will be far happier with the invited account and its default configuration!

Re: [Trisquel-users] Plymouth Logo Looks Like A Mess When Booting

2011-05-10 Thread lcerf
At that stage of the startup Xorg is not running. It is absolutely not like displaying an image in Xorg. Wikipedia ( https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Plymouth_%28software%29 ) says: Plymouth is a bootsplash for Linux. It supports animations. It makes use of Direct Rendering

Re: [Trisquel-users] RARv3 support

2011-05-11 Thread lcerf
It looks like your message is lacking a beginning! I will write it for you: Finally, a free software is able to extract RARv3 archives ( http://www.fsf.org/blogs/licensing/free-rarv3-extraction ). It is named TheUnarchiver and can be compiled on Trisquel GNU/Linux. To do so, download the

Re: [Trisquel-users] Plymouth Logo Looks Like A Mess When Booting

2011-05-12 Thread lcerf
First of all the operating system is called GNU/Linux (Linux is only its kernel): http://www.gnu.org/gnu/why-gnu-linux.html Then, if you believe that important that Trisquel's developers should either hack this thing up or remove it and create something better then help yourself (or pay

Re: [Trisquel-users] Latest Libre

2011-05-12 Thread lcerf
It should only be a matter of right-clicking on the DEB file and choosing GDebi. Do not remove the other kernel... and please report here if this easy solution actually works (the kernel is a sensible component)!

Re: [Trisquel-users] Panel Image

2011-05-16 Thread lcerf
I can confirm you have found what you were searching for (checking the panel's properties of my system).

Re: [Trisquel-users] Installing Trisquel 4.5

2011-05-18 Thread lcerf
It may be that it does not have any Free driver (at least in the Linux-libre kernel Slaine ships, i.e., version 2.6.38). To help you, we need to know the model of your Wifi card. The command 'lspci' (to be entered in a terminal) should tell (normally in a line with Network Controller).

Re: [Trisquel-users] Installing Trisquel 4.5

2011-05-18 Thread lcerf
Bad news: Non-free firmware is required ( http://wiki.debian.org/iwlagn ). Indeed, you can read the license Intel distributes it ( http://intellinuxwireless.org/tar.php?p=iwlwifif=LICENSE.iwlwifi-6050-ucodea=iwlwifi-6050-ucode-41.28.5.1.tgz ). That is not free software. It means this

Re: [Trisquel-users] Installing Slaine 4.5 on HP pavilion a235.uk Problems with basic install.

2011-05-22 Thread lcerf
Have you checked the integrity of your ISO. You can do so in a terminal by using the command md5sum with the ISO as an argument. The returned string should be the same as the corresponding one in http://mirror.fsf.org/trisquel-images/md5sum.txt

Re: [Trisquel-users] New Free (as in Free bird) Unrar tool for RARv3 files!!!

2011-05-27 Thread lcerf
Just for the record, a XZ compressed archive (XZ achieves much better compression rates than RAR) can be split with the command, well, 'split'! For instance, to create 1M chunks of a file (or a directory) named banana: $ tar -cJ banana | split -b 1M - banana_chunk To then concatenate the

Re: [Trisquel-users] (off topic) Stallman cancels talks in Israel

2011-05-31 Thread lcerf
By reading some more the e-mails that were exchanged, RMS clarified his stand ( http://hamakor.org.il/pipermail/discussions/2011-May/003033.html ). Not only we were right, but 1) he does not cancel all his talks in Israel and 2) he hopes that funds can be found so that he can give some more

Re: [Trisquel-users] (off topic) Stallman cancels talks in Israel

2011-05-31 Thread lcerf
This article gives Stallman's stand about the academic boycott of Israeli universities: http://www.itwire.com/opinion-and-analysis/open-sauce/47491-stallman-does-not-blame-palestinians-for-boycott

Re: [Trisquel-users] (off topic) Stallman cancels talks in Israel

2011-06-01 Thread lcerf
I believe this last sentence must be understood like that: The Palestinian people who have invited RMS only refuse to fund speeches in Israeli universities, not in Israel (outside the universities). RMS hopes rooms can be booked outside the universities so that he can eventually gives the

Re: [Trisquel-users] Why isn't Lightspark available in trisquel?

2011-06-02 Thread lcerf
The question (and the following answer) is in their FAQ ( http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/lightspark/wiki/FAQ ): Lightspark started as an experiment in achieving high performance by exploiting the features offered by modern hardware. Such target is nearly impossible to reach working

Re: [Trisquel-users] Installing Slaine 4.5 on HP pavilion a235.uk Problems with basic install.

2011-06-02 Thread lcerf
My answer is check whether there was a corruption either while downloading the ISO or while burning it. To do so, the 'md5sum' command can be used. It outputs a 128 bits string (32 hexadecimal numbers) to be compared with what is written before the name of your ISO in this file:

Re: [Trisquel-users] fsf wireless adapters

2011-06-03 Thread lcerf
It is: http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/ath5k#About

Re: [Trisquel-users] Ubuntu Netbook Edition?

2011-06-05 Thread lcerf
Welcome to the Free world! Please, understand that the operating system you are using is GNU/Linux (Linux is the kernel only): http://www.gnu.org/gnu/why-gnu-linux.html

Re: [Trisquel-users] Why isn't Lightspark available in trisquel?

2011-06-07 Thread lcerf
After adding the PPA, I believe you would have to *install* the icecat package from the package manager.

Re: [Trisquel-users] Ubuntu Netbook Edition?

2011-06-07 Thread lcerf
The decision has already been taken. Take a look at this comment: http://trisquel.info/fr/forum/which-desktop-next-trisquel#comment-8957

Re: [Trisquel-users] Is the ARM archetecture suitable for Free Software?

2011-06-08 Thread lcerf
I believe you are mixing up proprietary, which is related to the copyright law, and patented, which is related to, well, the patent law. Although software patents are an absurdity, it may not be (is not?) the case of patents on manufactured products such as chips. I mean such time-limited

Re: [Trisquel-users] Desktop shortcuts

2011-06-10 Thread lcerf
I do not understand your question about the video driver. Obviously one is working since you can see the Gnome desktop. Is it vesa instead of nouveau? Do you want to enable the experimental OpenGL capabilities by installing libgl1-mesa-dri-experimental?

Re: [Trisquel-users] Plymouth Logo Looks Like A Mess When Booting

2011-06-10 Thread lcerf
I have just discovered that startupmanager is not maintained anymore: https://launchpad.net/startup-manager/+announcement/8300 Its author suggests the use of Grub Costomizer (not in the repository): https://launchpad.net/grub-customizer However, completely disabling the splash screen should

Re: [Trisquel-users] Help removing PPA

2011-06-12 Thread lcerf
I am not certain since I so not any need PPA anymore but can't it be removed from the second tab (other softwares) of the update sources (in the System/Administration menu)?

Re: [Trisquel-users] ACPI Problem

2011-06-12 Thread lcerf
Take a look at the logs (as I write in my last message) if you want to understand the problem... and our help! However, the fact that Ubuntu 11.04 works flawlessly is good news: the next Trisquel reusing its packages, you can expect it to work as well. Since it is a hardware management

Re: [Trisquel-users] ACPI Problem

2011-06-14 Thread lcerf
Debian stable? If yes, notice that its kernel version is even older that that of Trisquel. The problem *may* be solved in more recent versions (like that of the last Ubuntu). That is why you may want to install the kernel of Debian testing:

Re: [Trisquel-users] Memorys of the free software convention in Mexico

2011-06-14 Thread lcerf
What was more wonderful: RMS or the two girls? :-D

Re: [Trisquel-users] Lastpass

2011-06-16 Thread lcerf
This add-on is proprietary ( http://forums.lastpass.com/viewtopic.php?f=12t=8 ). Do not expect any help from this forum.

[Trisquel-users] Members' privileges?

2011-06-19 Thread lcerf
According to http://trisquel.info/en/new-associate-membership-program (where, by the way, the only comment is spam): Members will receive an USB keychain drive loaded with a Live Trisquel system, a @member.trisquel.info email alias and a freenode cloak. Well, I have become a member two

[Trisquel-users] Re : Looking for an email provider

2014-10-07 Thread lcerf
Here is a very recent interview of Brennan Novak, a Mailpile developer: http://files.curiouskids.co/podcast-onetoone-01-20140705-Brennan-Novak.mp3 It is a French podcast but the only presenter of this episode is Italian and the interview is in English (only a few seconds of French at the

[Trisquel-users] Re : xserver-xorg-.video-intel installed and xorg.conf configued to use intel driver, but still Unknown in Details

2014-10-09 Thread lcerf
There is not a single warning or error in the log you show us.

[Trisquel-users] Re : xserver-xorg-.video-intel installed and xorg.conf configued to use intel driver, but still Unknown in Details

2014-10-10 Thread lcerf
I had never paid attention to System settings/Details. It turns out my Intel graphical chipset is not reported either (but flawlessly works). I do not think we should worry about that unknown.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Help! GUI doesn't install????

2014-10-11 Thread lcerf
Are you sure you burned Trisquel Mini and not Trisquel NetInstall (whose default install is terminal-only)? Anyway, you should try to install the Trisquel Mini environment on top of the currently installed system. You just need to log into the terminal session and execute this command

[Trisquel-users] Re : is trisquel not worth to mention in prism-break.org?

2014-10-11 Thread lcerf
Forget about Fedora and look at openSUSE: this distribution with quite a lot of proprietary software (not only in the kernel) is edited by Novell, which is Microsoft's number 1 partner in the GNU/Linux world (since 2006)... and Microsoft is PRISM's oldest partner of the NSA (since 2007). How

[Trisquel-users] Re : Unable to install on a GPT partition table

2014-10-11 Thread lcerf
You could see whether Trisquel 7's partitioning tool better handles your case: http://devel.trisquel.info/makeiso/iso/

[Trisquel-users] New add-on catalog for the Web browser

2014-10-11 Thread lcerf
For those of you who missed yesterday's news, Trisquel's list of add-ons for the Web browser has just been copied into the Free Software Directory. This initiative comes from Ruben Rodriguez (aka quidam), Trisquel project leader and GNU IceCat maintainer. I guess the Add-ons entry in GNU

[Trisquel-users] Re : Help! GUI doesn't install????

2014-10-11 Thread lcerf
So, basically, the only remaining problem is that LXDM does not automatically start, right? The problem may be in GRUB's configuration. Take a look at the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT variable in /etc/default/grub. If the keyword text is present then remove it (you will need administrator's

[Trisquel-users] Re : Abrowser 32.0.3. extensions.

2014-10-13 Thread lcerf
Any .xpi file that you open in Abrowser will result in the browser proposing you to install it.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Help! GUI doesn't install????

2014-10-13 Thread lcerf
That configuration file looks OK for a graphical system. Let us take a look at your /var/log/Xorg.0.log

[Trisquel-users] Re : Help! GUI doesn't install????

2014-10-14 Thread lcerf
Well, not really. As I wrote earlier, we could check that /etc/init/lxdm.conf starts at runlevel 2 but I see no reason why this script would have been modified. An idea: it may actually be that gnuby's system is not booting into runlevel 2. Let see: what is the output of the following

[Trisquel-users] Re : Abrowser 32.0.3. extensions.

2014-10-14 Thread lcerf
*Any* .xpi file. For instance those on https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/extensions/ Be careful though: unlike Trisquel's page, other sites (such as https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/extensions/) propose non-free add-ons.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Help! GUI doesn't install????

2014-10-15 Thread lcerf
That is the proper runlevel for a graphical boot... I don't think there can be a problem in the script but let see anyway: can you show us the beginning of /etc/init/lxdm.conf (the lines with start on and stop on)? Enabling Trusty's graphical stack is not hard nor dangerous (easy to revert

[Trisquel-users] Re : Free hardware and open source and hp printers?

2014-10-16 Thread lcerf
You can actually check that alone: Go to http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/supported_devices/index.html Select the type and the model of the printer and click continue Check that Support level is Full, that Recommended? is Yes, that Driver plug-in is None and that Requires firmware download

[Trisquel-users] Re : Help! GUI doesn't install????

2014-10-16 Thread lcerf
The script is OK: it should start at runlevel 2 (in fact it starts at any runlevel but 0 and 6) and stop at runlevel 0, 1 and 6. Since you are at runlevel 2, I really do not understand why it does not start. I think it could indeed work to write start lxdm before the 'exit' command of

[Trisquel-users] Re : A replacement for google doc for collaboratively write documents

2014-10-16 Thread lcerf
Based on Etherpad, Framapad is an option: http://framapad.org Framasoft, a French association that fights for free software and against Google's monopoly, hosts that service.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Help! GUI doesn't install????

2014-10-17 Thread lcerf
No harm whatsoever. We precisely try to automatically execute that command at init! By the way, you can more simply write: $ sudo start lxdm In fact, you probably simply want to directly start the graphical session (without the login screen). I believe the following command does so: $

[Trisquel-users] Re : Amd ati graphic cards only chipset matters not brand and version?

2014-10-18 Thread lcerf
According to https://www.h-node.org : The h-node project aims at the construction of a hardware database in order to identify what devices work with a fully free operating system. This definition excludes the BIOS/EFI.

Re: [Trisquel-users] It was nicer when I could move things between menus

2014-10-19 Thread lcerf
Mate is in Trisquel 7 Belenos' repository as well: http://packages.trisquel.info/belenos/mate-desktop

Re: [Trisquel-users] Help request for making a donation.

2014-10-19 Thread lcerf
What about becoming a member? It is the favored way to donate because it helps make the funding more predictable: https://trisquel.info/member The membership is paid through PayPal, which is available in India.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Anyone using popcorntime?

2014-10-19 Thread lcerf
The icon in the top-right corner brings you to the git repository: https://git.popcorntime.io/

[Trisquel-users] Re : Anyone using popcorntime?

2014-10-19 Thread lcerf
I am using the latest 32-bit version right now on my Trisquel 6 system. No issue to run it.

[Trisquel-users] Re : When will I have support for my wireless? :( RT3290

2014-10-21 Thread lcerf
Getting a wifi adapter is the only solution that respects your freedom. Try to see with Chris if ThinkPenguin (his company) ships to the Philippines. I believe it does. Here is his email: ch...@thinkpenguin.com Here is a Wifi adapter that would solve your problem (and will solve the same

Re: [Trisquel-users] A possible plan to fork Debian to avoid systemd

2014-10-22 Thread lcerf
He is not the only one (see, e.g., http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/the-biggest-myths.html by systemd's leader) but Michael Stapelberg has honestly responded to those concerns a long time ago: https://people.debian.org/~stapelberg/2013/06/09/systemd-bloat.html He even listed the tens of

[Trisquel-users] Re : Hopefully my wifi driver is already supported (http://pastebin.com/0w61fqB6)

2014-10-25 Thread lcerf
No, it is not. And you have already been given solutions: https://trisquel.info/fr/forum/my-wifi-card-isnt-supported

Re: [Trisquel-users] Clear recently used files

2014-10-26 Thread lcerf
I personally use GNOME Shell with this etension: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/72/recent-items/

Re: [Trisquel-users] I can't boot Trisquel 7

2014-10-26 Thread lcerf
Take a look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions

Re: [Trisquel-users] Trisquel 7 how to install MATE 1.8.1

2014-10-26 Thread lcerf
Once you have rebooted into your brand new terminal-only environment, execute: $ sudo apt-get install mate-desktop

Re: [Trisquel-users] Trisquel Mini Login Manager

2014-10-26 Thread lcerf
Trisquel 7 Mini uses LightDM.

Re: [Trisquel-users] Trisquel 7 how to install MATE 1.8.1

2014-10-26 Thread lcerf
What errors?

[Trisquel-users] Re : reboot login/password

2014-10-27 Thread lcerf
Didn't you chose a login and a password during the install? If not, try trisquel as a login and an empty string as a password.

[Trisquel-users] Re : How do I install Trisquel on a flash drive? I want it to behave like the Trisquel on my laptop.

2014-10-28 Thread lcerf
Do just the same but, at the partitioning step of the installer, choose a custom partitioning and specify the flash drive as the drive to partition.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Trisquel 7 RC: Occasionally losing most keystrokes in Nautilus?

2014-10-29 Thread lcerf
I do not think Dave is facing any issue. He only tries to understand your problem to potentially help you. And without Orca, he cannot help you (he is visually-impaired)!

[Trisquel-users] Re : Tor browsing in Trisquel 7 is a BAD idea

2014-10-30 Thread lcerf
The NSA disagrees: http://www.theguardian.com/world/interactive/2013/oct/04/tor-stinks-nsa-presentation-document With manual analysis we can de-anonymize a very small fraction of Tor users, however, no success de-anonymizing a user in response to a TOPI request/on demand. The emphasis

[Trisquel-users] Re : Tor browsing in Trisquel 7 is a BAD idea

2014-10-31 Thread lcerf
I am serious. The NSA certainly lies in its rare public statements. What I linked to are internal top-secret slides that Edward Snowden revealed... using Tor for all his communications.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Tor browsing in Trisquel 7 is a BAD idea

2014-10-31 Thread lcerf
If you insinuate that I participated to that thread under another nickname, you are wrong.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Tor browsing in Trisquel 7 is a BAD idea

2014-10-31 Thread lcerf
The NSA certainly does not control every Tor node. It controls some but that is not enough: see the slides 21 and 22 (a list of six questions) of http://www.theguardian.com/world/interactive/2013/oct/04/tor-stinks-nsa-presentation-document for what they consider(ed?) to try with their nodes.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Tor browsing in Trisquel 7 is a BAD idea

2014-10-31 Thread lcerf
Complement: stupid is not really the proper adjective for the users falling into EPICFAIL. They are more ignorant of an issue: when you access the same site using Tor and not using it, you can be de-anonymized. That leads to a question: does the IceCat browser let the same bookmarks

[Trisquel-users] Re : trisquel-mini performances

2014-11-01 Thread lcerf
If LXDM really was a problem, then it solved with Trisquel 7 that uses LightDM. To actually discover the problem, you need to take a look at the resource (CPU, RAM, network) usage when the system is slow. However, like everyone else here, I am pretty sure you run out of RAM when viewing

[Trisquel-users] Re : Resolution problem

2014-11-02 Thread lcerf
If I properly understand the page 157 of ftp://ftp.dell.com/Manuals/Common/inspiron-6400x_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf then your processor includes an Intel 945 GM graphical chipset. If you can use it, you will have much better performances (including 3D acceleration, video decoding

[Trisquel-users] Re : How do I access my system from another computer?

2014-11-03 Thread lcerf
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH

[Trisquel-users] Re : Not All Updates Can Be Installed: Partial Upgrade/Continue

2014-11-03 Thread lcerf
If you run the Synaptic package manager and check out the broken packages (under custom filters, a button in the lower-left corner of the window), you may identify package that are raising troubles in your system.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Why owncloud client is not in teh repo?

2014-11-03 Thread lcerf
The last section of today's review of Ubuntu by DistroWatch explains it all.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Trisquel v7 - where is my unity?

2014-11-03 Thread lcerf
If you run the Synaptic package manager and check out the broken packages (under custom filters, a button in the lower-left corner of the window), you may identify package that are raising troubles in your system.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Trisquel 7 will be released next week.

2014-11-06 Thread lcerf
You can look it up on http://ark.intel.com. Just search the processor name and skip to the Advances technologies section. For instance http://ark.intel.com/products/3/Intel-Pentium-Processor-G3220-3M-Cache-3_00-GHz?wapkw=g3220 tells you that this processor supports IntelĀ® Virtualization

[Trisquel-users] Re : Want a free .net programming book?

2014-11-07 Thread lcerf
Item 3 should be completed with ... stop distributing my programs (because Microsoft's patents force me to), i.e., throw away all my code and have the users complain that they now have to switch to another program (losing their previous work if you did not implement standard formats).

[Trisquel-users] Re : Future of Gnome Classic

2014-11-09 Thread lcerf
You can install extensions from https://extensions.gnome.org (gcampax seems to have authored most of the extensions for GNOME Classic: https://extensions.gnome.org/accounts/profile/gcampax ). GNOME Shell's extension mechanism is fantastic. It is sad many users do not know it exists.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Geforce 8400gs and how to read nouveau freedesktop.org graphic card listing?

2014-11-09 Thread lcerf
Nouveau handles all nVidia cards but the very oldest and the newest... but the support level greatly varies! ThinkPenguin chose to sell the GeForce 8400GS because all its main features are working and the performances obtained with nouveau are close to those obtained with the proprietary

[Trisquel-users] Re : trouble getting a fresh install on gluglug

2014-11-09 Thread lcerf
Identifying your hardware (I am thinking of the video card in particular) may help. Playing with boot options (like noacpi and noapic) may provide a solution: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions

[Trisquel-users] Re : how to use gnome-shell-extensions package?

2014-11-09 Thread lcerf
I believe gnome-shell-extensions should make GNOME Classic an option at the graphical login screen.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Use same programs in different workspaces

2014-11-09 Thread lcerf
With GNOME Shell, in the overview mode, you can right click on an icon and choose to new window. Alternatively, you can Ctrl+click on the icon.

[Trisquel-users] Re : archive file formats

2014-11-09 Thread lcerf
My recommendations would differ: GZIP is speed matters (it may even be faster than copying the original files), XZ if size matters... and speed usually matters when the archive is GB large (you do not want to spend hours compressing).

[Trisquel-users] Re : Is still Greasemonkey free software?

2014-11-12 Thread lcerf
According to https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/ it is distributed under the terms of the MIT/X11 License, a free software license.

[Trisquel-users] Re : Disable search as you type in gnome files manager (SOLVED)

2014-11-12 Thread lcerf
Thank you! :-)

[Trisquel-users] Re : .NET Core is open source

2014-11-12 Thread lcerf
The reason for the core to be permissively licensed is to keep having proprietary software around. Like additional libraries that (potentially free software) applications will use (making them impossible to run in freedom). I see nothing positive in that. And the GPL often is a good choice

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