I want to disable KDE desktop option in GDM login, but I don't want to
remove all the KDE apps so yum remove @kde-desktop is not an option.
Eric Hamber Secondary, Vancouver, Canada
Hi! My Canon BJC-70 will not print yellow or any colour that requires
yellow. It prints other colours, but none that contain yellow. I have
tried everything, including compiling the latest GhostScript. Please help?
Upon reading some alerts, I have found out that OpenOffice is being forked and now it will be LibreOffice. It has the backing of Novel, Red Hat, ..., etc. This had to be done because of Oracle's recent treatment of OpenSolaris, and the possibility of it doing something similar here?
We would have still had gnumeric, and abiword, koffice and other software, but just in case Oracle changes it's mind?
Fedora 14 will continue to ship with OpenOffice version, will next version of Fedora switch to LibreOffice? Thanks!
> Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 09:37:54 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Andre Robatino<robatino(a)fedoraproject.org>
> Subject: Re: Announcing the release of Fedora 14 Beta!!
> To: users(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
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> Philip Rhoades<phil<at> pricom.com.au> writes:
>> Fedora-14-Beta-i686-Live-XFCE.iso has the same cksum as Beta RC3?
> Beta is identical to Beta RC3. In general, for each of Alpha, Beta, and Final,
> one of the corresponding release candidates is chosen (usually, but not
> necessarily, the last one). You can verify this by comparing the unsigned
> checksum files for Beta RC3 with the corresponding signed ones for Beta. The
> only difference is the signature.
Isn't that an odd thing to do? I would have thought that the point of
having different pre-final release versions, including release
candidates, is to progressively improve the version ie reduce bugs - as
it gets closer to a final release?
Thanks for the info though . .
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I want to run java applets in WebKitGTK on Fedora 13.
When I run tightvnc, for example, the JVM pops up a dialog asking
for permission to run the trusted applet.
Since my application has no keyboard or mouse, its a kiosk app, there
is no way to click on the dialog.
What I want to do is configure the system so that it never asks
and assumes yes run the app. How do I do this for all possible applets?
Just wanted to know if the foomatic hplip drivers
and the hpcups drivers are mutually exclusive?
Reason I ask is that the foomatic hplip project
configured itself (when I installed it) so that
none of the hplip drivers got installed, but
the hpcups drivers did.
This sourceforge project provides the shell script
that builds and installs the binaries. User does
not get to play with configure.
I have installed the HPLIP drivers for a Deskjet F4580 printer, but cups
can't complete setup because of a file called foomatic-rip-hplip ,which
doesn't exist in fedora , but foomatic-rip does exist in fedora.
This foomatic-rip-hplip is called from the the .ppd file, instead of the
I have to edit the .ppd file for this printer and change the
foomatic-rip-hplip to foomatic-rip, WHERE is THIS .PPD file located in