Sometimes the KDE notifier shows up an error that freeze up plasma creating a bucle for infinite notices saying the same thing: "Unable to create io-slave: klauncher said: unknown protocoll <<amarok-sqltrackuid>>".
Sometimes same notice appears about 16 consecutive times before plasma crashes.
This is: KDE 4.6, Amarok 2.4, openSUSE 11.3 32bits.
I have just installed 11.3, 188.8.131.52-1.2-i586 rpm openSUSE-11.3-1.82. OpenOffice, which I use a frequently came up with an error message - "JRE is Defective"."OpenOffice.org requires a Java routine environment (JRE) to perform this task.The selected JRE is defective. Please select another version or install another JRE and select it under Tools-Open Office.org-JRE". Clicking the "OK" on the third or fourth try brought up a spreadsheet.I checked the installed version and found it identical to OpenOffice.org latest version: 184.108.40.206. I then reinstalled and now it goes through the loading process and flashes a blank page, presumably the function selection screen without any prior warning.
I use a 32 bit PC with 512k RAM. When I loaded 11.2 I received a warning message that some applications might not work, but I went ahead and found no problems with any of the applications that I use. Installing 11.3, no warning was given.I have gone through the posts and found only one similar where it would not load on a system with Gnome.
I'm looking for a distro that has the things i want in it like VLC, Oprea, Firefox, freenet, KTorrent, proxy programs. Only problem is i searched everywhere and can't find anything. I checked out livedistro, reconstructor and a few other places that make the ISO on site but they dont have the options i want. Does anyone know of a place that has an ISO for liveCD with all the stuff im looking for or a place i can make what i want with the items i want? Any info would help thanks for taking your time out to read this.
when attempting to boot ubuntu, an error message flashed, and my computer restarted. This happens every time I choose "Ubuntu" on the loader. The error flashes to quick to read, but I think the first line is something like
Code: Try: error
how I can slow down the error message, or, even better, fix it?
I would like to create some posters of A3 size quickly using some photographs, figures, tables,text boxes,etc. What is the suitable app which can do a quick and clean job? I do not find Scribus very user-friendly esp with text boxes.
Does anyone know what is the best open source proxy solution out there? What we need out of the proxy are the following: Access Control - There should be a web interface for managers to login and create proxy user ID's for external people Good password complexity requirement Lock down the allowed websites
I am trying to setup Rocks Cluster on a Cluster containing 1 Master node and 23 slave nodes connected via a Switch. The master node's eth1 is connected to public IP and eth0 is connected to the slave nodes via the switch.
I was able to install the Rocks cluster on the machine, I configured the IP for master through DHCP. When I run the command 'insert-ethers' on the master node, it doesnot get me any slave nodes.
Is it possible to run ktorrent from a command-line, or more to the point:from a cron job I like ktorrent, it does it job well. But it bugs me that I have to log inand remain so, just to run an app who's interface is not even required mostof the time.Unfortunately, my provider imposes a montly volume. Nice big volume, but notimposible to run it dry. On the other hand, they count nightly traffic atonly half to actual volume.So I'd like to be able to start ktorrent at a certain time after midnight,and interrupt it at dawn. Or maybe just shutdown the machine at dawn.
I've noticed this weird behavior where kTorrent would just stall downloading stuff if left on its own for a few hours. Once you activate kTorrent window from the panel it just gets on with the job, changing status from "stalled" to "downloading" in a few seconds.
Could it have something to do with the external disk I'm downloading on (some of the downloads, not all) being physically different one and connected via usb but mounted in a home directory?
I suspect this because Windows machine connected via samba also loses connection after a while as if there's some "time expiration" set on mounting drives into home.
When I put the machine to sleep (suspend to ram) with Ktorrent running and then wake the machine up again, the torrents that were working do resume. But they resume in a very poor fashion, continually going into and out of "stalled" status. This bad connectivity continues indefinitely.
I have to kill Ktorrent and restart it to get good data flow back for the torrents that are running. Is there an explanation for this? And is there something I can do to make the torrents resume nicely when I bring the machine back from sleep?
Running openSuSE 11.3 w/ a KDE 4.x desktop. Every time I'm using KTorrent, when I come back into the office and "wake" the monitor, I find KTorrent has crashed and I have to restart it. So I'm guessing that KTorrent is crashing either when my monitor goes to sleep mode or when I'm waking it up. I've tried changing some settings but when the system is running, I cannot seem to access the monitor control panel. Pressing the menu button on the side of the monitor does not bring up the monitor menu. There used to be an easily noticed "Desktop Settings" in KDE 3 but I'm not finding the equivalent in KDE 4. How to keep this Samsung SyncMaster 997DF 19" CRT from going into sleep mode?
When I am running Ktorrent it takes about 30 seconds for a web page to open, in stead of 1 or 2 seconds. The download speed is very slow 200B/s and the status of most of the torrents is "Stalled". If have opened TCP and UDP ports 36477 4444 6881, 7881, 8881 and added them to the port forwarding list in my router. No difference.
After I finish a download in ktorrent, the torrent stops seeding.
A couple of notes: my download speeds are fantastic (~6mb/s), while my seeding during download is about 60kb/s. However, this seed speed seems to fluctuate a lot from about 3kb/s. Once the download completes, the seed goes to 0kb/s, and the torrent doesn't find as many leachers. For now, after I finish downloading, I re-download a portion of my download at a limited rate of 1kb/s so that the seed continues.
Lastly, I am currently running through a VPN server, however I this issue happens even if I'm running a normal connection.
i tried installing windows 7 on a partition on my laptop but i'm getting this message:"setup was unable to create a new partition or locate an existing system partition "i tried googling and found that it has something to do with the number of partitions:my hard disk layout right now:
Using IMAP to retrieve emails in Evolution is not working correctly. Some messages are recieved, others are not. Those messages that cannot be recieved, reports the following error message: Unable to retrieve message
I just finished installing my squid on linux 10 SP1. I setup my squid.conf file and the access lists (acls). When I try to browse the internet on any page, my brower returns a plain page with the words "It works" What do i do?
I keep losing my Internet Connection(DSL) very quickly. Usually after a couple of minutes, it's absolutely unpredictable. And then, it gets difficult to reconnect. And if I succeed in reconnecting, I again lose the connection quite quickly.
Here are some logs from the ifcfg-dsl0.log code...
The problem is that KLauncher seems to periodically lose the ability to launch programs. Sometimes an error dialog pops up: "Error launching /usr/share/applications/kde4/ksysguard.desktop. Either KLauncher is not running anymore, or it failed to start the application." (I verified that KLauncher is in fact still running). Other times, the pointer icon bounces and the placeholder shows up in my task bar, but then it all goes away without any error.
There doesn't seem to be any pattern as to what's running when this happens, or how much memory is in use, or what I launch, or anything else. Sometimes, if I start closing apps that are already open, then the thing I tried to launch will start up. Other times, I have to actually log out and back in before I can get anything to start. Other than that, the desktop continues to behave normally. Nothing seems to be locked up or anything. It's very strange.
Is there a way to stop kbuildsycoca4, and klauncher from spitting messages over all over my console windows every time I start a kde program from the console? I absolutely hate it when I'm typing a command and suddenly I get a million messages from kbuildsyscoca/klauncher and can no longer see what I was typing.For examlpe redirecting kate stderr to /dev/null, you'll still get messages from klauncher, and kbuildsyscoca4. Is there a way to silence this garbage for good?
I want to install SLES11 with my usb key but I couldn't to make it bootable. Because my server are only a cdrom drive, not dvd... I read the following document : SuSE install from USB drive - openSUSE but it doesn't run! So I can mount/umount the usb and linux could see him:
mount /dev/sda /mnt/usb
but the fsck.vfat doesn't run :
fsck.vfat /dev/sda1 open /dev/sda1:No such file or directory
I have this hard drive with ~ 500 Go of unassigned space. I'd like to create a partition to store some backups but Yast 2 expert partitioner refuses to add any partition on this drive. A window pops up telling me:It is not possible to create a partition on /dev/sda/I am working in opensuse 11.3 (recently upgraded from opensuse 11.2)Linux linux-vytp 2.6.34-12-default #1 SMP 2010-06-29 02:39:08 +0200 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
I have a small installation problem with openSUSE 11.2 I have read the relevant stuff in the forums for new users. I have downloaded openSUSE-11.2-DVD-i586-iso and verified the file using MD5. I am currently running windows XP (SP1) on a Fujitsu Siemens V1000 laptop andI am trying to install linux from my hard drive and not from a DVD drive.
The path to the downloaded file on my windows partition is: e:/OpenSuse/openSUSE-11.2-DVD-i586.iso I have initialised installation and selected sda6 as the partition where the sourcefile is located. and when prompted for the directory, I typed " /OpenSuse/openSUSE-11.2DVD-i586.iso " The installations then proceeded through to "Initialising Package Manager" upon which I get the following message:
" Unable to create repository from url' iso:/? iso=openSUSE-11.2-DVD-i586.iso&url=hd:/OpenSuse?device=/dev/sda6"
DETAILS: Failed to mount iso:///?iso=openSUSE-11.2-DVD-i586.iso & url=hd:/OpenSuse?device=dev/sda6 on: Unable to find iso filename on source media.
History: - File:/openSUSE-11.2-DVD-i586.iso not found on medium 'hd:///OpenSuse?device=dev/sda6'
There is an option to try again at which point an additional dialog box appears and I have the opportunity to change things. Other than that, the only option is to cancel and terminate the installation. I've tried the process around 3 times, but if I'm doing the same thing then not surprising I'm getting the same result.
i m not able to create new user account to my new install of 11.2 don't know whether it occured due to update problem or some installation failure. when creation a new profile through yast it gives a warning sub-domain not started and quits however a new user get added through cli but with no profile of its own. that user cant log into gui enviroment and when he/she logs through cli it automatically tranfers it profile to "/"(i.e root) i m using kde4.3
Why does this happen? I am (this time) trying to install Atmel's gnu-avr toolchain. Atmel's web site gives the repository as http:www.atmel.no/avr32/suse/11.0/i586. I put that into YAST2's repository manager, and it comes back with "unable to create repository from URL..."
Why does this happen? It's hardly unique to the Atmel repository: in fact, it seems to be YAST's default behavior on ANYTHING other than the official SUSE repos.
Is there some way to fix this, or bypass it with some other installation tool, so I can get the software I need?
I'm running a modified version of OpenSUSE 11.1 from the susestudio builder. I've run across a weird issue whereby gparted is unable to create anything more than an hfs filesystem.
It seems that the package libparted simply doesn't exist in any of the repositories I'm using. I am figuring this would affect what gparted is able to do, although I'm unsure since the program itself runs fine.
I am trying to add a few additional repositories to SLES 11 64-bit but I can't seem to get them added. I am trying to add Index of /repositories/server:/database but I get the error "Unable to create repository from [URL]... Try again? So I browsed that repository and then tried to add Index of /repositories/server:/database/SLE_11 but still got the error message with this new URL listed instead. I tried just the 11.2 repository and it worked - Index of /distribution/11.2/repo/oss/suse.
How or what do I need to do in order to get Index of /repositories/server:/database added to my repository?
I have a ML350 tha will not boot up. I noticed that my 1st drive of 5 is out. We ordered a new hot swap 72gb SAS drive and replaced it. When I boot the computer up it flashes green and I was wondering how long it takes to rebuild typically.
I've got 3 extra disks on OpenSuse 11.2 - all the same size. I've created a partition on all of them as type 0xFD. If I then try and add raid in yast I get "There are not enough suitable unused devices to create a RAID."
I'm new here, an Ubuntu user who would try Opensuse for a while. That is if I'm able to launch the thing ! I'd like to create a Live Usb Stick to test it and install it if I like it but it doesn't seem to work.
I tried the website method, using "Win32DiskImager.exe" but the program doesn't work for me (WinXP) : it looks like it's writing but when the "Done" message is prompted, I'm unable to access the usb key, Windows says it's not formatted. That doesn't look right... I tried with LinuxLive Usb Creator but the boot process fails and Universal-Usb-Installer doesn't offer an Opensuse option.
Is there another way to install the distribution on an USB stick ? I could still try through Ubuntu but that would be quite surrealistic.
The system frequently freezes the screen. The mouse is still moveable but there is no reaction on any click. Keyboard does not work either (pushing Num-Lock does not toggle the Num-Lock light on the keyboard). However, Alt-Print-b works for a reboot. The only other way out is to turn of the computer.I had this effect some time ago where I thought it was a problem due to the NVIDIA graphics driver. Since then, I changed back to the standard VESA driver and thought the problem would be gone. Just a thought
I toggled through the log files in /var/log which had the file date/time of the crash but I could not find any hint.Which log files could I look as well to dig for the problem? Or any idea for such an effect?
I'm running OpenSuse 11.0 in a lamp configuration with Apache 2. I configured Apache with the .conf files instead of YAST because I am running virtual hosts (that's another story).
My problem is that my server will not render the pages unless the permissions are set to 775 which I know is not necessary. This is also causing a problem because I am trying to install WordPress onto the server. WordPress will run, but it unable to upload images because it cannot create the directories required.
Apache2 is running as 755 with root as owner and www as group. I changed the owner of the htdocs sub-directories to myself, and created a group that has permissions to write to the directory. WordPress runs as my user and has the same permissions (775).
I want to mount the old partitioned drive with all my data as a slave and then transfer to the new system. Have fiddled around with settings in fstab without the required result. As I remember, disk was partitioned with home, root and swap.