I have one rather exasperating function I wish I could either turn off, or
It's in kmail, the little "helpful" (not) gizmo that pops up if you leave the
mouse sitting on an icon. It is useful for some things, but I have kmail
setup with the message list pane left of the message pane, which puts the
messages panes subject line not too far below the icons along the top of the
And when it pops up, it takes about a minute for it to go way, during which
time the messages subject line is hidden. Having to move the mouse to a
clear place when I want to switch to the + key, and back again tends to
aggravate my arthritis.
Can this be relocated to a point above the icon, or can the display timeout
be set down to maybe 2 seconds? If so, what file do I edit to accomplish
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soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order."
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It's no surprise that things are so screwed up: everyone that knows how
to run a government is either driving taxicabs or cutting hair.
-- George Burns
I've two machines
first one boots the live cd x86_64
but the other machine
GeForce GT 130
doesn't(using an i386 works barely).
any ideas on how to do an install with
with the livecd while being in init3?
Justin P. Mattock
Hello my good friends, recently i have been introduced to a system new to
me, Mikrotik Router http://www.mikrotik.com/
I was wandering, is there some alternative to make Fedora work like that? i
mean, have to configurate all in graphic mode?
The real problem that i am facing is that the my network needs some
bandwidth control by IP and those ip have to me given by the dhcp as static
by MACADDRESS. and have to be routing between the internet and my internal
servers of apache, samba, and mysql.
Is there something like webmin based but for routing and bandwidth control?
Thanks in advance and my best regards to all.
Universidad Privada del Este - Paraguay.
Fedora Ambassador for Paraguay.
I want a SIMPLE GUI tool for reading mail in /var/mail. Like for
I don't want a heavy hitter like Evolution or Thunderbird, and mail is
not a GUI. I have used Webmin's reader, but I have systems that I do
not want to install Webmin on.
Are there other alternatives?
Running F11 64-bit, with Firefox 3.5.3 64-bit. I'm no longer able to
print to a printer from Firefox. The only option is print to file.
Firefox does not show any of my defined printers, even though there
are a number of lines in prefs.js related to my default printer.
I'm not sure when this happened in relation to FF versions, as I guess
I don't print web pages that often. I think it probably occurred
sometime during the 3.5x updates.
Other apps see the expected list of printers and are able to print to them.
I am running Samba (3.41) with swat on Fedora 11 and both are working
fine. Now I want my users to be able to change their password through
web based application. I have tried many option but none of them
working perfectly with the latest version of Samba.
Finally, I zeroed down to SWAT, which is working perfectly for users
to change their password, but I don't want to have "view" tab on their
panel when they approach to change the password. This view tab gives
the complete configuration file - how their account is configured.
I found that "-P" option in SWAT can help me in this. Can any body
help me how to configure this in SWAT.
I use speech output for reading the screen. Currently, I'm using
espeak compiled to use portaudio. Whenever I switch consoles, I have to
wait a few seconds for audio output to resume. I understand that
ConsoleKit is responsible for the delay while it figures out if I'm the
same user and should be allowed to use the audio device.
If anyone knows how to disable this behavior, or knows fore sure that
ConsoleKit can't be configured to accomplish this, I'd really like to hear
about it. With respect, what I don't need to hear about is how desirable
folks think the current behavior is and how I should learn to love it too.
Pulseaudio won't help either, until it can be made to run
Bill in Denver
I saw somewhere a tip how to make LiveUSB when booting from LiveCD
image, but now I can't find that reference...
I would be really grateful for anyone pointing me in right direction.
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My laptop has 4GB of RAM. It is currently using only 3 GB of RAM. I
want to upgrade to 8 GB of RAM.
I am currently using a 32 bit non PAE kernel. How do I change to using
a PAE kernel ?
What difference in speed will I notice in doing this ?