OpenSUSE :: Dolphin Services - Get Mount / Umount Option Under Right Click Services Menu
Dec 7, 2010
So I want to get mount/umount option under right click services menu. I went to Dolphin -> Settings -> Configure Dolphin -> Services -> Download New Services and from there I installed KDE CDEmu Emulator and MountISO. But neither of them is showing up in actual context menu. Neither in Dolphin -> Settings -> Configure Dolphin -> Services for that matter. I tried to install them as normal user and as a root. I went to have a peak in /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/ but they aren't there as well... It's just me or lots of things seems to be not quite working in 11.3?
I installed a few services using the dolphin tools menu (configure dolphin) but they're not showing up on right-click, how can I enable them.
Here's my setup: -Ubuntu Lucid GNOME -Dolphin 1.4 -All dolphin dependencies and issues resolved (I think) by using: Code: sudo apt-get build-dep dolphin sudo apt-get install dolphin
My second problem is file search, the feature that comes with nautilus is way too slow, and catfish is lacking so many feature, I'm kind of a sucker for eye-candy, and when I tried beagle it stuck out like a sore thumb! Is there a good looking, well-developed file-search feature for the gnome desktop?
My third question is regarding the update in Lucid, it keeps telling me the following when I run: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade Code: The following packages have been kept back: linux-generic linux-headers-generic linux-image-generic Is there a new kernel that it's not allowing me to use? if so, how do I get past this message?
My last issue is with nautilus, I have many large directories with tons of subdirectories (especially my music folders), and nautilus can only view them as icons, list or columns, is there a way to install a script or plugin for nautilus to make it faster and/or include some form of miller columns like in dolphin (I believe it's the best way to view large folders).
I am using Kubuntu 10.04 for a couple of days now and so far, I am very happy with it. But there is one thing I cannot figure out why it does not work:I have downloaded new services for konqueror's/dolphin's context menu. This is quite easy because there is an option in the settings menu. Both programs (konqueror and dolphin) show me in their settings the services I downloaded as installed. But in the context menus there are no new services.
In Dolphin, when right clicking for context menu, my "Open with" list is trashed with multiple entries, that also contain old applications that I no longer have (or even had?). Just for example: for pdfs I have 3 Acrobat Readers, 2 FoxitReaders, 2 okulars, 2 GIMPs (?) etc. Same for other file types. How to clean it? I absolutely don't mind wiping it completely, so that it all goes back to default values. Configuring it anew is much better than having this list bother me every time I use a right click. I'm on 10.10 now, upgraded from 10.04. I've been using my home folder for like ever, without cleaning it, which is probably the source of the issue.
After upgrade of 11.1 to 11.2 I noticed that none of services that was started in 11.1 at boot are starting now in 11.2. I check run-level of services with
When I start services manually everything is OK, but on restart they do not starting. Another weired thing is that my SuSEfirewall2 is filtering everything on input, nevertheless my previous configuration is still there, but ports are closed.
Earlier this evening I suddenly had hundreds of "Bug Buddy" windows start popping up, which seemed to be stuck in an infinite loop. I rebooted to find myself stuck in run-level 3, due to multiple daemons unable to boot.I cant copy & paste the logs as I have no way to transfer them over to this PC.
Failed services in runlevel 5: earlyxdm xdm avahi-daemon network-remotefs Of course when ever I run 'startx' neither my mouse or keyboard works.I've finally joined the forums, pitty It's because of errors.
I was using Daisy Dock with KDE 4.4.1 and I've clean installed back to stock 4.3.5 and cant' find it anywhere...is it only in the Factory KDE repos? (I've found it in the build service, but don't have dependencies version numbers high enough) hard to believe it was added after 4.3.5. Got, dropped down a version on the dock and it installed manually from build service.
I just installed openSUSE 11.3 and I'm certain there are services and apps running that I do not need. So I was wondering if anyone here can help me find some to remove. My running services ("ps aux" - is there a better way to find the services running?):
Code: USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND root 1 0.1 0.0 2204 716 ? Ss 10:09 0:01 init  root 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 ? S 10:09 0:00 [kthreadd] root 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 ? S 10:09 0:00 [migration/0] root 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 ? S 10:09 0:00 [ksoftirqd/0]
New Intel x64 system installed with Opensuse 11.1 (like the KDE 3.5 option) and has been running well until today. Booting stops at "starting jexec services". Even while booting under "failsafe" system halts at "starting jexec services". Unable to boot to command prompt to attempt repair. Ran "repair" option from install disc with no good results. Still will not boot past jexec services.
during boot-up on my desktop, running openSUSE 11.4 with KDE 4.6.3, there are sometimes (not always) some failed services. Most of the time it is postfix and some other service. Today it is just mcelog. So when I switch to the first terminal by strg+alt+F1, I see that mcelog has failed.The system is running anyway, so I wonder if it is safe to turn them off? I would turn off postfix and mcelog. Do I harm the system with that? Would it boot again, after I have turned them off? Or is it recommended to let them stay as they are?As far as I understood, postfix is just a mailserver, which would be used, if I would run a mailserver on my own. But I donīt. I just read mails, via IMAP... But mcelog? Whats that?
I have both apache and tomcat services running, both in their standard doors (tomcat 8080, httpd 80). I need to setup tomcat to run on door 80 instead of httpd. I changed httpd door with success to 8180. Now I want to change tomcat6 door to 80, and I did that by editing server.xml config file of tomcat. After restarting tomcat, the system tells me it's ok, but I can see that it's not running on 80, nor at any other door. A simple nmap search confirm that. What should I do to have tomcat running in door 80?
I have a little bit of a problem, I run openSUSE as a server on a Dell PowerEdge T610. I use it for sharing files in a local network and as a web server accessible through the public IP (configured through router DMZ). Also, I use Teamviewer for remote control in order to avoid some compatibility and network problems. Generally the computer runs flawless but from time to time, as about once in two weeks, all network related services except the Apache server which runs just fine, and is still accesible, crash. The Samba share can't be accessed anymore, the Teamviewer is also dead and the only way to put everything back in order is a restart. The thing is I don't know if an error occurs since the server hasn't got a monitor installed, and more than that I do most of my work remotely (as in miles and miles away from the location) and it takes me quite some time to actually get there and see what's happening.
So, any ideas what might be happening? I belive that there might be some information in some of the logs, but as I am not an expert in Unix like operating systems I don't exactly know where to start from.
I'm a Fedora user, and recently I switched from KDE to Gnome. Since then I'm experiencing a nerve-wracking problem when I use the right-click. Almost every time when I right-click the result is the automatic selection of the option in the context menu which is at the same level as the cursor. This happens more than 50% of the cases. Is that normal in Gnome or am I the only one that experiences this kind of problem?
When I shut down or restart my computer, I can see there are some errors related to failed services (about xinetd, I think, which is NOT enable). But it scroll too fast and I cannot note them. Sorry for the "newbie" question: how can I see the log of what happened ? (dmesg only gives log about kernel, if I'm not wrong.)
I *take* photos with both my Android smartphone and a fullblown DLSR. I *manage* photos organize, rename, rotate, etc. -- on my Opensuse box with KDE's Gwenview, and on my phone with Pixie Reef's "Fishbowl" Photo Gallery [URL]... I'm interested in your ideas about ways to keep everything in sync -- without using 3rd-party online services (No Picases, Flickr, Smugmug, etc). What needs to be kept in sync, somehow, includes:
The photos themsleves. Their organization among, and order in, various 'albums' Photo & filesystem metadata -- timestamps, filenames, EXIF data. PhotoApplication-specific data recognizing that at any time a change may be made on either device. rsync is a possibility, but once photos move into different dirs, it'd get messy. What workflow can I use to do this? Do I need a central server in the mix? If not using the 3rd-party services, is OwnCloud my best/only choice assuming that after each (group of)change(s) on each device I manage to sync with it?
I just installed the LAMP server on my system then rebooted, expecting the daemons HTTPD, MYSQLD, FTPD, etc. to start. When they didn't, I didn't panic I just attempted to run "sudo service start httpd". Surprise, suprise - "command not found". how do I start these daemons?
I have an OpenSuSE 11.1 in vmWare ESX and every other boot I can't access any running network services (ssh, webmin, qmail, mysql, ...) from outside. I just need to login, reboot and voila - network services are working.I gradually updated to 11.2 and 11.3 by following the wiki with success but this problem remained. So I reverted to snapshot of 11.1 and now I would like to identify and solve the problem here first.I also looked at /var/log/messages /var/log/boot.msg /var/log/lastlog but can't find anything usefull. I will now compare those files from the working and non-working boot but meanwhile someone already has an idea or experience what could be wrong?
I've just noticed my Dolphin compress service menu doesn't compress anything except for '*.zip'. It used to compress '*.tar.gz' and '*tar.bz2' but now none of these work, and the bz2 option is gone altogether.Does anyone know what might have happened?I have openSUSE 11.3 & KDE 4.6, but this happened before I upgraded to KDE4.6 just a few days ago, so it's not KDE4.6 related, maybe 4.5? maybe Dolphin?I also tried to install the extract/compress plugin but it says "Could not find program 'compress_TARBZ2.sh'" which all are in my /bin folder. I also checked I have all the extract/compress file installed: zip, tar, gzip, bzip and so on.I also tried 'Compress to...' which open Ark, then I selected either 'gz' or 'bz' and still nothing happened.
I have two systems, one running 11.2 x64, and the other running 11.3 x64. on both systems, I've lost the ability to mount internal partitions "on-the-fly" from the Dolphin panel.Trying to mount via Dolphin has always given me this error on the 11.3 system, but only recently started happening in the 11.2 system after a recent "zypper dup" (using the "Stable" KDE 4.4 repo).If others are experiencing this same issue, please let me know so I can file a bug report. Please note that the error only occurs for internal partitions, and external drives work fine.
I've just switched from kubuntu to opensuse 11.3 and I noticed that I can't view my other (windows) disk drives in dolphin. In kubuntu, there used to be 2 extra icons for my other disks in the 'places' pane, but they are not there in opensuse. How can I get them back on this pane please?
I am running ubuntu 9.10 with the latest patches and all the prerelase patches. At some point and i am not sure when something broke and none off the services start during the boot. Also the virtual consoles do not start. The only services that start are the one that are controlled by the gnome session. In addition i cannot start the rescue mode. It stops loading at same point where the console should show up. I am guessing that the problem is related to the upstart but i am not sure. I never ever had problems with boot in linux and this is very frustrating. I feel like i am running windows and dont know how to troubleshoot. I cannot see anything in the log that would give me a hint? I dont know where too look. I tried to activate the bootlogd but it does not work. Probably beacause the services dont start correctly. Something broke and one of the updates must changed something but i dont know what and where? Anyone can recommend where to look? How do i see the interactive boot? I tried remove the splash and quiet from grub config but i could not see anything there. I got too fast to the x login.
I would like to know how would i disable service which helps mounting of removable devices automatically?I dont want to disable mounting but i would like to disable automatic mounting of devices.I would like to do this as security major on one of our production server.