Is there a way with gnome-pilot to sync data to and from the memory
expansion card? I can't find anything specific, but this would be very
useful for me.
"If you get to thinkin' you're a person of some influence,
try orderin' someone else's dog around."
I should mention that the "rpm" (below) did, in fact, contain nothing but
Is this the same issue that others have seen with up2date pulling (well,
attempting to pull) rawhide files that no longer exist???
[root@localhost up2date]# rpm -Fvh desktop-backgrounds-*
error: open of <!DOCTYPE failed: No such file or directory
error: open of HTML failed: No such file or directory
error: open of PUBLIC failed: No such file or directory
....the problematic file was actually
desktop-backgrounds-basic-2.0.17.noarch.rpm Worthy of Bugzilla?
Has anyone figured out the problem with the flash plugin for Mozilla. It
still doesn't show up in Mozilla plugins section under help in the
Mozilla browser (ver 1.4 and 1.5). Are there fonts missing ? I haven't
tried to use the latest version of Netscape to see if it does the same
I had an issue with gpm - want to see if others have it as well.
Steps to reproduce:
boot to runlevel 5
hop to VC1
try mouse (mine did nothing)
What I did:
went to runlevel 3 (gpm stopped and restarted) - no change
went to runlevel 1 then back to 3 (ibid, no change)
Initial install of T3 was w/3 button PS/2
I fixed it by running mouseconfig and setting the mouse to 2-button PS/2
with emulation. (BTW - a "service gpm restart" did nothing). This fixed it
- but if I go in and set up for a 3 button PS/2 gpm then fails
_occasionally_. If I flop back and forth between 2-button and 3-button I
get very inconsistent behaviour. It seems to be working now so this is
going to be a tough one to bugzilla.
System is an IBM StinkPad A21m (3 button PS/2)
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 22:24:53 -0500
From: leam <leam(a)reuel.net>
Subject: Re: Culpability and RELEASE-NOTES
> On Thu, 2003-10-30 at 15:57, leam wrote:
>>Edward C. Bailey wrote:
>>Hmph... you'd never make it in corporate america Ed. You need to blame
>>the problem on someone else. Easy targets are SCO, solar flares, or
>>"overly aggressive marketing deadlines".
> You forgot to blame Microsoft too. Shame on you.
> Edward Simmonds RHCE, OCP
Nyah.....who ever heard of anything from Microsoft staying up long
enough to accomplish anything?
The box that the software comes in makes a nice paper weight. That is
Firstboot still says "TEST" in one of its logos. Given how "TEST" has
been removed from the desktop background and the installer, perhaps this
is an oversight?
If this is indeed an oversight, please make sure it gets fixed before
the final release!
-Barry K. Nathan <barryn(a)pobox.com>
Currently, we have a set of kernel-2.6test rpms, but AFAIK, these don't quite
do everything needed to convert fedora to 2.6 kernel. People still need to
do some editing, such as
I think it would be useful to include this stuff in an rpm.
Subject: OO won't create/open documents
From: Lauri Jutila <lists(a)reforge.fi>
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 12:27:50 +0200
What's wrong with my system? OpenOffice won't create or open any OO
documents. When I try to create or open a document, it'll show a filter
selection window and after selecting or not selecting a filter, the
window happily closes and nothing happens.
This occurs with OO versions 1.1.0-3 and Jakub's "optimized" 1.1.0-4. I
have these packages installed:
Am I missing something here or has anybody else had similar problems? OO
*used* to work fine.
Chief Linux Fellow, Reforge
Have you Mozilla installed or not. OpenOffice has a dependency that
Mozilla must be installed. I have both Mozilla 1.4 and Mozilla 1.5
installed on my machine and OpenOffice works fine for me. One other
thing I have Star Office 7 installed as well and it works fine.
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Since the slew of upgrades over the past few days, I've noticed that
OpenGL screensavers run far, far slower than they used to. Also, when
they run, my laptop fan kicks on with far greater frequency than it ever
Any ideas as to what's going on? It's a Dell Inspiron 4150 with a ATI
Radeon Mobility 7500 (using the "radeon" driver FC ships with.)
Should I perhaps try the ATI-provided binary driver?
Systems Administrator/Web Applications Developer
Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Labs
Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur
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