Debian Multimedia :: Notification In Bar Style Instead Of Box Style?
Nov 14, 2015
which kind of package enables the notification bar ("(A) Connection Established I'm running Code: Select allLinux 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1+deb8u5 (2015-10-09) x86_64 GNU/Linux on two machines with i3 window manager but one have notifications in a box, the other one in a bar on the top of the screen. I would like two enable the "bar style" on the second machine as well.
My Creative ZEN Style 300 player is not recognized in Ubuntu 10.10 through media players (Rhythembox, Banshee, Gnomad2...etc) . it is recognized correctly as a removable media like any flash drive ,but not as a media player though.
I've searched a the issue and found some solutions to other Creative ZEN models ,but none worked for me.
here is my lsusb output:
Code: Bus 002 Device 006: ID 041e:2016 Creative Technology, Ltd I've edited the /lib/udev/rules.d/45-libmtp8.rules file and added Code: # Creative ZEN Style 300
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# aptitude install openoffice.org -t lenny-backports Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Reading extended state information Initializing package states... Done Reading task descriptions... Done The following packages are BROKEN:
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There seems to be no problem with the way that the program functions, as I can press the tab key and then the return key, or just the return key alone, and the dialog goes away, seemingly doing it's job. But I would like to know what this program is. It's likely been updated recently, but looking through /var/log/aptitude and /var/log/aptitude.1.gz I cannot figure out which one it is. I'd like to file a bug report, or simply be able to follow the progress of someone else's bug. That's all.
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is changing just this part of the 'login' box style possible without altering the exsisting background, and how might this be done?
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Closest I came was a couple of Mac-OS style docks.
The only reason I keep a dual-boot on my computer is because I need the calendar in Outlook. Is there a outlook-style calendar I can use in Ubuntu 10.04? Here is the catch, it MUST be able to sync with my Google calendar. Because I use an android phone that syncs with Google. I would love to totally leave windoze behind me.Maybe I can use Wine to install the entire 2007 MS office suite into Linux?
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Several times now I've for some reason had a different style on my desktop when I boot until I power the computer down. Frames still look the same but applications look different and the panel at the top changes. I tried changing the appearance but the frames are the only things that change. I've attached some screen shots. It should look just like it does after a fresh install.
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2) Which Suse package provides the layout (the default menu layout is given by menu files on /etc/xdg). I would like to take a look and copy it to my Arch install.
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