I've a folder named "lynx" in my desktop . It contains ebooks - pdfs,chms etc . The problem is sometimes when i open the folder in nautilus , the folder keep loading forever and sometimes it shows two or three files and keep on loading . But at some other times , folder contents are displayed just as any other folder(i.e normal ).
I installed Drupal and there is only one site. It I access the website [url] where Drupal is installed I can easily see it functioning properly. But on internet it is not loading properly the colors etc are not visible properly.
I Just Installed Opensuse 11.3 on Dell INSPIRON N5010 laptop in dual boot with windows 7 installed.The laptop boot up(OpenSuse GUI is seen during boot) to run level 5 with only two errors;1. Failed service in runlevel 5 nscd2. Skipped services in runlevel 5 cif nfs.there after it give me a login in in like command line(no GUI mode loaded but on the background I see the OpenSuse Icons like the desktop was loaded), I can login in a that command line and get the laptop receive IP and do other service like ssh/telnet and other command line functionality but I don't have the KDE4 Desktop to allow me launch applications in GUI mode
Code: INFO: The APR based Apache Tomcat Native library which allows optimal performance in production environments was not found on the java.library.path: /usr/java/jdk1.6.0_16/jre/lib/i386/server:/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_16/jre/lib/i386:/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_16/jre/../lib/i386:
Why doesn't tomcat recognizes the /usr/lib64/libapr-1.so.0 or /usr/lib64/libapr-1.so.0.3.3?
I have 2 icons on my Desktop (Firefox and Thunderbird) on my newly installed openSUSE 11.2, which when I click on them the icon bounces for about 30 seconds, but then stops bouncing and the software doesn't load. I've deinstalled and reinstalled the software to no avail. What causes these icons to bounce but then not load? Is there anyway I can fix this so the software loads normally? I have a working internet connection, so it's not because of the lack of internet, as far as I can tell.
Whenever I check for updates, or download/install them, the openSUSE updater applet never shows the loading bar. The border showing the loading bars position is there but the loading bar never appears. It always sits at 0% but still successfully complete updating.
On my computer, I'm using 11.3, KDE 4.4.4 and Firefox 3.6.8. Firefox is so s...l...o...w..... It's slow loading and it's slow browsing. Konqueror takes 1, maybe 2 seconds to load, and another second to load the home page. Firefox takes a good 30 seconds to load. The only message I get when loading from a terminal is about not using a shared database. I don't hear the disk churning like it would with a fragmented disk.
I can't believe everyone is having this response, the hue and cry would be enormous! Anything to try? Should I try loading another browser? I tried Opera on 11.2 and didn't really like it, had problems with a lot of content. What about Sea Monkey (Gad, I HATE words with monkey in them!) Konqueror won't show a lot of videos and I have problems using the back and forward buttons. I'll wait for fixes but in the meantime.
I have no hair any longer on the sides of my head... after trying to deal with this problem. I have installed apache2 on a SuSE 11.3 box, with php5, php-pear, php-gd, etc, and I cannot get php-soap to get recognized. Do I need to see the soap.[URL]..When I run an installation wizard for the web app I am planning to host, and it says that there is no soap installed. When I place soap php-soap php5-soap in the APACHE_MODULES of /etc/sysconfig/apache2 (just to make sure at least one is the right name) and restart apache2 I get error messages that say, soap (or php-soap, or php5-soap) is not installed, so its being ignored. When I run my phpinfo.php script, I see PHP is working, and soap is one of the successful modules (!?).
So, why can't apache see soap? I can find my soap.so within /usr/lib/php5/extensions/soap.so (how would I successfully load that into Apache, when it starts? I have been using yum, so I went to yast, and installed php-soap again. restarted apache, and still no success.
Trying to install Opensuse 11.2 (64bit) on a new machine isn't working well. After loading the linux kernel, the green screen with the progress bar appears, and the mouse and keyboard turn off (at least, the leds go out and there's no response) The progress bar never moves. Esc key doesn't work either. I've tried safe mode install and other options, but the same result follows.
It's going onto a Tyan S2912 with AMD 2347HE. The hard drive is a Western Digital SATA drive I bought today. There's 4GB of RAM, and the DVD drive is a Toshiba USB unit. I don't know what else to say about it. If it helps, I've been running Pelican HPC (live) without a hard-drive andgot tired of setting the network configuration and installing a ouple of programs with every boot. (Which is why I bought the hard drive today). I want to install Opensuse 11.2, but I've tried Debian (no luck on detecting the hard-drive) and Windows 7 (installed fine, but there are no drivers for the embedded video).
This is not directly for me since I don't have an iPhone. it opens automatically with DigiKam he said and that's the only available option in the device manager. All he can do is download photos from the phone. He is running openSuse 11.2 with KDE 4.4.2.
I'm running openSUSE 11.0 (X86-64) and just installed skype 126.96.36.199. When starting it, I get skype: error while loading shared libraries: libQtDBus.so.4: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64 Where do I get the correct library from? Or which one should I point it to?
I installed octave in my OpenSUSE 11.2 KDE system from Yast. When I launch it with the command "octave" on my shell, this is the message I receive: "octave: error while loading shared libraries: liboctave.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory". What's the problem? Is it a known problem to be solved in the 11.2 RC2 or I have to do something else?
The other day I fully updated (by updating all in repository unconditionally) to KDE 4.4 final. After that it seems amarok crashes when I try to start it. Here's the "Developer Information" from the crash.
I have a strange problem which I've encountered for a long time but still weren't able to solve it. In openoffice writer, when clicking on extra->literature database the program immediately crashes. I encounter this problem with all the latest versions of Oo (3.2,3.1...) and on OpenSuse and on Kubuntu, so I guess it must be a widespread problem.
I'm trying to install Sun Java Web Server 7 on OpenSuse 11.2 (32-bit edition). When I try to launch the setup, I get the following error message: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I'm guessing that this means I need the rpm for libstdc++.so.5, but I haven't been able to find it.
That was released in October 2008, superseded in March 2009, and the current release is 1.4.3. It also doesn't work together with Python, but that's a more esoteric issue. Both of them are too clever by half, and the combination breaks the library loading mechanism. That's an old issue, with an old fix - though I haven't yet checked my rebuild, so there may be more than one problem.
I'm trying to install 11.2 Gnome from the live cd on an HP n410c laptop. The install seems to go smoothly until I'm told I must reboot without the cd. I've tried three or four variations of the process and each time I see, "Error Loading Operating System."I've reloaded the live cd and examined /boot/grub/menu.lst. It appears to be correct. It seems like the initial GRub loader isn't found in the MBR.If I run grub-install, the graphical interface comes up then complains, "Because of partitioning, the boot loader cannot be installed properly."
I installed opensuse 11.2 64bit on my external hard drive with the idea that this way the two OS would be completely seperate and I could just use suse when I felt like it. Everything boots fine for both OS when the hard driv is plugged in but when it is unplugged I can't get past a boot screen which says: Grub loading stage 1.5 Error 21 I have seen on another forum a fix using the windows install disk but I no longer have this. Is there some other fix I can use to make my laptop portable again.
I got a new ASUS EeePC 1015PEM with Windows 7 with the intention to install OpenSuse 11.3 onto it for having a dual booting netbook with enough disk space.I'm installing from an external DVD drive, the checksums of the ISO were ok as well.However, the OpenSuse installer fails at starting up after selecting the action. It hangs, no matter what menu entry I chose, at "loading basic drivers", forever.Because this isn't necessarily an unknown problem I've tried some of the predefined kernel options of the main installer menu. Then I tried some manually entered kernel boot options that helped me in some other installations:
acpi=off, apm=off, CPUFreq=noNone of them seem to have an effect on the installers behaviorI hope that there is people who managed to solve this problem with an actual EeePC model... because I really don't know what I could any more. It's kind of frustrating to not even get past the kernel launch I haven't tried any other distros installation discs, but I don't even intend to. I want OpenSuse because I'm running it on our firms machines as well and don't like shifting between systems.
This is my first post to this forum! I'm just getting into openSUSE and really excited to get involved in it. I have a MacBook running OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) that I triple booted using Disk Utility. I installed openSUSE, (not WFindows yet), and have it set up to load using reFIT. reFIT can see that openSUSE is installed, but when I choose to load it it displays the following error message:
"No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key" I have the feeling there is something very simple I'm doing wrong I know this post isn't extremely detailed to please let me know whatever other information I should provide.
After switching from KDE to XFCE, knetworkmanager doesn't automatically start when you log in. If you open it yourself, you magically get internet. How can I add KNetworkManager to the programs automatically started by XFCE?
This is the error I receive when I try to install a library. I really do not know If I could do something to skip this error message.As you might see below. I receive the following error message Error in dyn.load(file, DLLpath = DLLpath, ...):unable to load shared library '/home/apa/R/x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu-library2.11/RandomFields/libs/RandomFields.so': /usr/lib64/R/lib/libRlapack.so: undefined symbol: _gfortran_concat_string