[root@blandrum linux-2.6.34]# make gconfig
and I get the following:
* Unable to find the GTK+ installation. Please make sure that
* the GTK+ 2.0 development package is correctly installed...
* You need gtk+-2.0, glib-2.0 and libglade-2.0.
make: *** No rule to make target `scripts/kconfig/.tmp_gtkcheck', needed
by `scripts/kconfig/gconf.o'. Stop.
make: *** [gconfig] Error 2
Thanks in advance
On 07/01/2010 10:13 AM, Jurek Bajor wrote:
> in Fedora 13:
> right-click net icon in Panel
> select Edit Connections
> select your interface (repeat for all used):
> e.g. Wired
> select System eth0
> click Edit
> click IPv6 Settings tab
> select Method: Ignore
> click Apply
> give password for root
> click Close
>> Hi Jurek,
>> I am not running Network manager, so I do not
>> have a net icon on the panel.
>> I ran sudo /usr/bin/system-config-network
>> and I select the wifi ra0 device, click edit but I see no
>> IPv6 Settings tab
just Google for: fedora turn off ipv6
The first result will be:
Just follow the instructions in there (they are well written).
in Fedora 13:
right-click net icon in Panel
select Edit Connections
select your interface (repeat for all used):
select System eth0
click IPv6 Settings tab
select Method: Ignore
give password for root
On Thu, 2010-07-01 at 18:57 +0200, Jurek Bajor wrote:
> when executed by a non-root user, the yum entry crashes because it is unable
> to access a database.
> It should reject the entry for non-root user.
> [jb at localhost ~]$ yum history list all
> Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, presto, priorities, protect-packages,
> : refresh-packagekit
>> Does it work for root? It works for me as both root and non-root.
>> Perhaps there really is a problem with the database (though it would
>> still be better if yum didn't crash).
It works for root.
when executed by a non-root user, the yum entry crashes because it is unable
to access a database.
It should reject the entry for non-root user.
[jb@localhost ~]$ yum history list all
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, presto, priorities, protect-packages,
Adding en_US to language list
ID | Login user | Date and time | Action(s) | Altered
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/yum", line 29, in <module>
File "/usr/share/yum-cli/yummain.py", line 254, in user_main
errcode = main(args)
File "/usr/share/yum-cli/yummain.py", line 109, in main
result, resultmsgs = base.doCommands()
File "/usr/share/yum-cli/cli.py", line 356, in doCommands
File "/usr/share/yum-cli/yumcommands.py", line 1314, in doCommand
ret = base.historyListCmd(extcmds)
File "/usr/share/yum-cli/output.py", line 1297, in historyListCmd
for old in self.history.old(tids, limit=limit):
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/yum/history.py", line 449, in old
cur = self._get_cursor()
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/yum/history.py", line 220, in
self._conn = sqlite.connect(self._db_file)
sqlite3.OperationalError: unable to open database file
What exactly is the difference (if any) between yum remove and
If there is a difference why is it not explained in the man/help
If there is no difference why is not one of the options removed?
Paul W. Frields wrote:
> A leadership change is always momentous, and the Fedora Project is no
> exception to this rule. I wanted to share some thoughts about being
> the Fedora Project Leader, tell the community about the person who
> will be taking over that role soon, and to let you know what to expect
> over the next few weeks and months.
Thanks Paul, for taking the time do to what you did.
Welcome Jared. Hopefully the trolls won't nibble on your bones too hard.
I recently installed gnome-commander.
Because gnome-commander needs 'meld', 'exiv2-libs', 'gnome-vfs2-smb'
these were also installed.
Today I removed gnome-commander with 'yum remove' but yum did not
include (or even suggest) meld, exiv2libs and gnome-vfs2-smb for
These packages were exclusively associated with gnome-commander.
No other app needs them!
I know yum builds on rpm and rpm itself is not so versatile with
respect to removal but shouldn't yum(rpm) include some more stringent
'removal-options' (including removing the gnome-commander created
directory ".gnome-commander" in the home folder).
apt/synaptic seems to include a 'complete removal' option.
I just loaded VLC on my netbook and was able to view my recent manta ray
night diving video.
However, given its normal power saving procedure, it dims the screen
shortly after the video starts.
Is there any prevailing wisdom how to handle this feature during a video
I am assuming watching movies has the same issue...