Does anyone know if the automatic RSS feed detection works in this version
of firefox ? I am not seeing that little orange box appearing in the lower
right corner of the status bar for sites that have RSS set up properly. I
can seem to add rss feeds manually but maybe there is some option I am
I'm checking out FC5T1 and notice that gnome-screensaver has replaced
xscreensaver. However, gnome-screensaver doesn't have any options to
enable DPMS, and it *disables* the xserver DPMS setting, e.g., if you
$ xset dpms 300 300 300 # shutdown display after 5 minutes
DPMS monitor shutdown will take place as scheduled, but
gnome-screensaver disables it when it kicks in (doing the equivalent of
'xset -dpms'). (Same thing happens if DPMS is enabled in the xorg.conf
file instead of through xset).
I downloaded the kernel.src.rpm and installed it, so that i can compile
ndiswrapper. somehow, it doesnt find the files needed. Did anybody
succeed to install the kernel-sourcecode? did i take the wrong file?
I wasn't expecting anaconda to come up and install correctly on work1;
but I was gladly suprized when it handled the Trident Cyberblade/i1
correctly and went through the install without a glitch.
The install from CD media proceeded (slowly) and everything went
according to plan, it post-configured, installed grub and went to the
Crossing my fingers, I removed all the CDs and clicked the mouse.
before printing "storage " the screen glitches and the machine freezes
Something in udev 075-2 just does *not* like my machine.
work1: MSI mobo with Trident AGP video onboard
RTL ethernet onboard
AC97 audio onboard
VIA chipset onboard - PCI etc.
Maxtor IDE harddrive (6 GB)
CD-RW drive (all detected correctly)
256 MB PC100 RAM
Pionex DDE monitor
(rather vanilla system)
The suspect is the VIA chipset and the udev interacting somehow.
Too tired to prod the thing tonight, rescue mode and tring an alternate
video card tomorrow.
Hope y'all had a happy turkey day!
G.Wolfe Woodbury `- -'
The Line Eater is a boojum!
Has the policy for installing a non-SMP kernel in addition to an SMP
kernel on SMP systems been changed (deliberately)? I have a dual core
AMD x64 3800 on a Gigabyte GA-K8U-939 and only the SMP kernel was
Incidentally, the SMP kernel fails to boot, but the non-SMP kernel is OK.
This is on the x32 FC5T1, not x64 FC5T1 - haven't got round to trying
that one yet.
I might have missed it, but I don't think anyone asked yet - will there be a
DVD image of FC5T1? Or just CDs? I have a pack of 100 blank DVDs and no
CDs, so if there will only be CDs, is there an easy way to remaster them
onto a single DVD?
Description of problem:
/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.2/include/stddef.h:214: error: syntax
error before ‘typedef’
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Just updated gcc. rpm -q gcc gcc-4.0.2-8.fc4
How reproducible: Every time.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Worked on same code all day yesterday with no problem.
2. gcc-4.0.2 was installed yesterday.
3. This morning, first project build I get the error above.
What gives ?
Kim Lux, Diesel Research Inc.
Did my daily updates yesterday noticed a nice new Kernel build, though
great! Booted to it this morning and Udev doesn't initialise my
hardware, it just crashes my system, gonna have a better look at it
later anyone else had probs with the latest kernel? Went back to
2.6.14-1.1715 and it worked fine.