I tried many different ways to get a screen shot (gnome's tool, gimp, compiz plugin, xwd, import) and in all of them the screenshot was filled with jagged colored bars. I tried both with and without compiz and the same thing happened. I'm using gnome with fedora 11.
I don't remember changing any settings but i've noticed lately things like ctrl+P and ctrl+C and alt+tab just don't work, at all.... it's rather annoying actually... is there any way to re-enable hotkeys?
I upgraded to 11.04 and my mouses just stopped working. I have to use the keyboard for everything. My internet isn't working either Linksys WUSB600N v2 like it was before. I have tried 2 mouses and none of them work. They work on my laptop though.
My compiz animations (magic lamp, airplane, ...) aren't working.I have an Intel GMA 4500M onboard but that shouldn't be the problem (I can enable effects from System > Preferences > Appearance).I'm using ubuntu 10.04.
i created a directory in my webserver as well as a group "webdevs" which I want to give write permissions to, and include my user so that i can edit.i used [addgroup webdevs] then [adduser MYUSER webdevs].then [sudo chown root:webdevs MYDIR]then [sudo chmod 774 MYDIR]when I try to cd to MYDIR under MYUSER, I get permission denied.
I had the "set-cap" exception problem, so when the fix was released, I updated. Since then, the ubuntuone-preferences dialog will not start or work. I tried the me bar, the system menu, and the CLI.Now, I bought some music the first day the store opened and it downloaded fine. Then yesterday I bought another album and the store hangs on "downloading the files." Six hours later, it still won't move.
It gets weirder. The music store says its trying to download a couple of tracks from the first album (even though they are already downloaded), the second album shows up as downloaded under the Web UI, but doesn't show up at all on my desktop .ubuntuone folder.I've tried the IRC a couple of times, with no response. (In fairness, it may have been bad timing, I'm in New York) I don't mind trying to sort this out myself, but I'd just like some more hints. I've looked at the syncd log and found the exception, but I don't know how else to restart the syncd. At the same time, my files *are* synching, and *one* of my address books is synching (my gmail account contacts aren't). I know this is alot at once, but I'm afraid of dividing the problem and missing something.
I enabled my SysRq key and now can't take screenshots. I have no idea why this happened. I enabled it so that I could have a failsafe way to shut the system down in case of a failure and then this happened.
I have a Dell 1525 and I just installed Ubuntu on it. The Multimedia keys (previous, stop, play/pause, next) and volume control keys (mute, increase, decrease) buttons aren't working at all. Is there anyway I can get them to work?
This problem has been there since I upgraded to FC12 from FC11 (I use Gnome). There are two applications that launch automaticaly when I logon:A nautilus window pointed at computer:////RythmBox minimized to notification panel.And they aren't in System/preferences/startup applications
We use a Linux server with AFS on it. I changed the linux root password using passwd. The new password will let me log in as root but when I try to change the AFS admin password it asks for the root password. When I put in the password that it let me log in as root. It tells me authentication failed. And when I run the password command with -admin admin, it asks for the admin password. I put in the admin password that worked before I changed the root and it says authorization failed.
In windows 7, I had 5 partitions on a hard disk: C, D, E, F, G . I installed Scientific Linux 5.0 on C partition and it removed Win 7 . It's graphic mode didn't work, also I couldn't access to the other drives. I replaced it by Fedora 13. I can work graphically Fedora but when I mount the other drives, just D drive is visible! Is there any solution that I could access to the data on other drives? By the way, the following is the output of fdisk -l .
[root@Niki ~]# fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda: 500.1 GB, 500107862016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 60801 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Disk /dev/dm-1 doesn't contain a valid partition table
Disk /dev/dm-2: 38.3 GB, 38319161344 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 4658 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
I have two identical machines. I updated one (yum update), and now I can't view the display when it boots up; however, I can ssh into it. I'm pretty sure it's a resolution display issue on a KVM connected to the machines.
Years ago, I could view and change the default resolution in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. Now, it appears that information has been moved to another location.
My xorg.conf on the working and non-working machines is the same:
Nothing is mentioned about a resolution setting. Everything I google says to modify this file. Does anyone know where the default resolution settings are stored these days?
I do not have a mac, but I've used one and really like the one feature of the screenshots. Specifically, Command+Shift+3 which saves the screenshot to the desktop without having to open a program or anything like that.
Is there any way to do this in KDE? Ksnapshot is nice, but I'd like not to have to click the button every time.
I've tried the command line Import and it always gives me some X server not configured error or something, so that's not an option.
How do I add a route that doesn't go away after a reboot? I tried adding to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/route-wlan0 and /etc/sysconfig/static-routes but neither of them did anything when I restarted network and NetworkManager. route command does not show the new route that I added. I tried this too - routes.html and there were no errors but the new route doesn't show up with the route command.I added "192.168.13.88/255.255.255.255 via 192.168.13.101 dev wlan0"
I have received an email from Indian Railways which says that a screenshot has been included. And for mobile password use the link provided on site. When you click on link provided for activation of your account or try to log in for very first time on irctc site after registration enter the password provided in mail, for mobile verification password click on the link provided on right hand side on same page. Screen shot attached for your ready reference. However I don't find any screenshot. On my 32-bit laptop I have debian-squeeze. Is installation of some special package needed for viewing.
I'm running 10.04 with compiz under gnome, and I'm having trouble getting my screenshots to capture properly. Currently they only display my wallpaper and not any windows or panels. I tried using the module in the custom settings manager but no key-binds seem to work, well either that or the plugin is failing to load when I initialise it.
I know in Fedora one can take screenshots during actual installation of the OS with Shift+Printscreen keys on the keyboard and then can access them as root in the folder /root/anaconda-screenshots. So how do I do the same while installing Ubuntu?
I created a kickstart file and put it on a floppy. I have installed several times to refine the process and confused. I am not sure if the kickstart file is even being used by grub. I specified
autostep --autoscreenshot The install STILL asks me all those questions I was trying to avoid by doing autostep in the first place, and /root/anaconda-screenshots coes not exist.
I specified linux = hd:fd0:/ks.cfg
as a Grub command line option. I got that line off a forum, so it may be inaccurate. Anyone know if that is correctd? If I screw that up, shouldn't anaconda complain about file-not-found? Are the screenshots only applicable to graphics mode or also to text mode? (I have been using text mode, assuming text file screen dumps would appear in that subdirectory...)
I have an issue with crontab that I can't resolve even though I searched the web like crazy. I tried to create a new cron job for taking a screenshot automatically every minute with scrot using "crontab -e" like so...
when I run it in my shell it does work fine and it seems to run with cron also because the log.txt file is modified every minute, however when I run it through cron the screenshots don't appear in the screenshots directory and nowhere else either.
Other jobs in the same crontab run very well. It doesn't seem to be a PATH issue because the paths are complete.
I sometimes take screen shots of websites in Firefox. The easiest way is to use one of the many extensions, e.g. Screengrab. However, I have discovered that, when trying to take a screen shot of the entire web page, the lower part of the page is not captured. This happens on WordPress sites and, curiously, on Mozilla's own results pages. Other pages seem to be unaffected. However, on Chromium, it works perfectly.