When I print a page with Image Quality -> Resolution at 300 dpi
everything works fine, but when I print at Image Quality -> Resolution
at 600 dpi everything prints twice as large as it ought to with
resolution (I believe) at 300 dpi. The page that's printed shows only
the upper left quarter of the image that should be printed. I've had
this problem in the past (Fedora-15), but only with the Gimp and
Gutenprint; now it happens all the time.
4 CPU x86_64 hardware
Fedora-16 with all updates installed
Brother HL1440 Printer
Default printer resolution is 300 dpi
After RH and Fedora statistics, some more results:
The purpose of a distro project is to deliver a product (not to maintain a test
system OS), with implied quality, and for a user.
It is time to blink.
Has anyone succeeded in mounting the SD Card built into the Samsung
Galaxy Tab 10.1 on Fedora?
It wants to use MTP for the USB connection and I have not found the
right combination of software to correctly mount the tablet as a file
system. The MTP mounted tablet causes RhythmBox to crash when it tries
to connect to the tablet as a music player.
I have read some information about mtpfs. Does anyone know where this
software can be found?
MTP == Media Transfer Protocol.
Steven F. LeBrun
* Dell XPS 15R
o 64 bit
o 8 GB
o Intell Core i5-2410M CPU
o Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6230
o Intel Sandybridge Mobile
* Fedora 16
o Gnome 3
> It's my understanding that Google has released the complete source for
the latest Android. Someone please correct if I'm wrong.
Releasing the sources is not enough for me. Android is developed at
closed doors, and the source released afterwards, or not released at all,
like it happened wth 3.0 / Honeycomb. I don't know how hard is to do
something usefull with those sources. Sometimes you find "complete" sources
available but an incomplete/not documented/not automared build process, and
the sources are pretty useless without a huge effort.
Not mentioning that all android devices on the market use ARM cpus. Maybe
the current sources need significant porting effort for x86.
Current Android requires programming for their specic APIs: no X, no
LibreOffice, no Gimp, no Inkscape...
A tablet like the Acer Iconia W500 has the same specs as a current netbook,
so I could use it sometimes as a tradicional netbook and say edit ODT
documents, and sometimes as a tablet, using the touch interface for
multimedia and web browsing. It even helps that by providing a doc with
keyboard, full-size usb and vga ports. So today I could do with it things I
cannot do with a tablet.
My question is, on the tablet side, anyone has tried Fedora on the Iconia,
and found it nice to use with touch-screen only?
s, Fernando Lozano
>> My question is, on the tablet side, anyone has tried Fedora on the
>> Iconia, and found it nice to use with touch-screen only?
>Hi, I'm planning to buy Iconia W500 too
>since it use the AMD Fusion CPU, it can run both fedora AMD64 and x86,
>but the question is, is it possible to boot the device from another
>drive like USB CDROM, or Flash Disk?
>the specification of the device didn't say anything about the BIOS used
>in the device
This blog and its sequels have detailed instructions on installing F15 on the tablet:
But it does not answer my question, about the tablet as a real tablet (under Fedora), not as a netbook.
I can't believe there's no one on this list who tried Gnome Shell 3 on any touch-enabled PC or x86 tablet. :-(
s, Fernando Lozano
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
I've never seen an error like this. Anybody helps?
[Lucelio@MAQ02 ~]$ uname -r
[Lucelio@MAQ02 ~]$ sudo yum update
Plugins carregados: refresh-packagekit
Configurando o processo de atualização
- --> Executando verificação da transação
- ---> Package gtk2.i686 0:2.24.7-3.fc16 will be atualizado
- ---> Package gtk2.i686 0:2.24.8-2.fc16 will be an update
- ---> Package preupgrade.noarch 0:1.1.9-1.fc16 will be atualizado
- ---> Package preupgrade.noarch 0:1.1.10-1.fc16 will be an update
- --> Resolução de dependências finalizada
Error: Protected multilib versions: gtk2-2.24.8-2.fc16.i686 !=
So I can't update the system.
Thanks in advance.
Lucélio Gomes de Freitas
ETFCSF-> U.G.F.-> P.U.C.(RJ)
Engº, Analista Suporte(Free Mind).
Tel: 55 0XX 21 85964911
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
I'm trying to set up passwordless sudo for myself. It's a shiny brand
new fresh-installed F16. During first boot I had been asked to create
a new user and put him to administrative group. I answered yes and
hence my user is able to run commands using sudo. However in
/etc/sudoers there's not a mention of my user. I've added the
following string to it:
hiisi ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
Apparently it has no effect - I have to enter password each time sudo
is invoked for the first time.
What the heck and how do I solve this mystery?
Registered Linux User #487982. Be counted at: http://counter.li.org/
Spandex is a privilege, not a right.
Suddenly cups is not stared on boot on the machine that is my
Now when I run systems-analyze blame cups.service is not one of the
services that appears in the printout. However, systemd says the
cups.service is enabled.
If I restart the service things work again.
Where can I look to fix the problem?
If God had intended Man to Walk, He would have given him Feet.
Aaron Konstam telephone: (210) 656-0355 e-mail: akonstam(a)sbcglobal.net
The firmware in this wifi card prevents my Dell 9400 Inspiron from
installing the nvidia drivers. There have been some bug reports but I
have not seen any fixes produced. Can anyone tell me where they are as
it relates to this problem. I am still not able to install the nvidia
drivers on my laptop. I am using Fedora 16/64-bit.
Lawrence Graves All things are workable but don't all things work.