I have been installed opensuse 11.1 from CD. I upgrade KDE 4.1.3 to KDE 4.2.4.Problem: tab "Socks" in Network Configuration disappear.ImageShackHow can I return it? Or how can I turn on socks client from konsole? (i need dante client). If I install it - it will not turn on automatically
How can I use a torrent client in a network where bittorrent or any thing like this is blocked. I am aware of a combination of socks proxy with torrent client but not exactly sure if this is the thing I need.
I'm attempting to take Ubuntu 10 down to an image as small as possible to support Citrix Receiver. We currently log them into a browser interface using Firefox where they authenticate against a Citrix DDC and then launch the plug-in. I'm wondering if there is a simple way to determine what services I can shutoff to limit the footprint of the OS. Some of the machines have only 256MB of RAM. They run the plug-in just fine, but there's a lot background activity affecting the machines...
How do I run application as root, without using Konsole?Sometimes I wish to start task manager on system level, but I dont want to use console. I wish to know how, from KDE4 logged as user, run app as root.
Konsole (when in root) fails to start up after it is used once (i.e., opened, work performed, closed/terminated). Bouncing cursor does its thing on second and subsequent uses, but times out normally and Konsole window never appears. Stock install from DVD.
Got a problem with fonts in 'Konsole'-windows. 'Bold' fonts are being cut off at the last letter. Sometimes only half the letter is visible, sometimes the letter is completely invisible. No problems with fonts in xterm. Set the standards in '/etc/DIR_COLORS', but the problem still exists in (for example):
- man-pages (headings) - perldoc (headings) - vi (infos at bottom, like -- INSERT --) - ...
Is there a solution to turn off bold fonts in Konsole completely? Would be my favourite! I'm using OpenSUSE 11.3, KDE 4.4.4 "release 2"...
I've install virtualbox and got it working.In KDE, the normal Alt-F2 -> virtualbox will start virtualbox. However, when I login to openbox or fluxbox, I am unable to get virtualbox started.Curious, re-login into KDE and virtualbox can be started as normal.However, in konsole, when I try to locate virtualbox, I am unable to locate it.Any idea how to locate and start virtualbox in fluxbox, openbox?
I notice that in 11.4 when I try to autocomplete (Tab Key) to /etc or /etc/init.d/ it auto completes differently than the way it did in other 11.x openSUSE versions. i.e. Code: sudo /et Then hit tab; it auto completes to /etc (space on the end of it)
Also, Code: sudo /etc/init. Then hit tab; it auto completes to /etc/init.d (space on the end of it)
If I simply try: Code: /et Then hit tab; it auto completes properly to /etc/
Although they are installed in /usr/share/fonts/misc, correctly scaled and aliased, jmk Neep bitmap fonts produce garbage in KDE konsole (available in the font list but obviously not found). They work great in Gnome, XFCE and any other X terminal (except maybe LXDE terminal !?). They are OK in openSUSE 11.2 and other Linux distros (Ubuntu, Fedora, etc).
Whenever I open a Konsole via the control panel widget the font in the console window is Monospace 8. Increasing the font via settings remains in place only for the time the window is active. When opening Konsole again the font is set to tiny Monospace 8 again. I have checked the settings in the *.profile files in ~ /.kde4/share/apps/konsole. They all contain my preferred font. Still, Monospace 8 comes up. Where else should I look. I have checked all *.rc files too, that are related to konsole.
Just patching my PC until I get a new one next year. My Yast is a trainwreck. Not very good at working with the terminal. Here is a screen shot of some commands I copy and pasted from another forum. I have flash unzipped on my desktop. /home/sam/desktop the extracted file is called libflashplayer.so
sam@linux-kzhj:~> rpm -qa | grep flash flash-plugin-10.0.45.2-release flash-player-220.127.116.11-0.1 sam@linux-kzhj:~> install install_flash_player_10_linux.tar.gz2 install: missing destination file operand after 'install_flash_player_10_linux.tar.gz2' Try `install --help' for more information. sam@linux-kzhj:~>
I was told to install as a regular user and not as root. I am running firefox(old) and opera browsers.
This problem has been bugging me since KDE4 starting shipping. In konsole, if you use the default black on white profile, and you start Midnight Commander, the color of the MC screen is the default blue color it has always been. However, if you change to the green on black profile, which is the one that I prefer, and you start MC, the blue changes to some unreadable light robin egg blue which is horrid.
I'm making a huge assumption here, but it looks like something is off with the green on black profile in Konsole. Try it yourself and you will see what I mean. This only started with KDE4, but it still persists through every version to current.
I xkill'ed my task bar - so now it's gone. I tried to run kicker from the konsole, but that command is not recognized. I have about a million applications running/open, so I really don't want to log out.
Just had a weird problem in konsole at the command line. Some of my keys are not recognized as if they are not being pushed. They work fine in other applications and work fine if I push the Shift key with it and capitalize the letter. Some of the keys are the c, g, r, w, 3, 8,and 9. C, G, R, W, #, *, and ( all work so I do not believe it is hardware as I am using this computer to type this message. It is just at the command line. I don't know what I did to make this happen or how to fix it. I am using openSUSE 11.3 with the KDE 4.4.4 release 3. I tried reinstalling xterm and konsole from yast but it did not fix it.
using konqueror/dolphin to connect to my desktop and the connection is okay.fish://firstname.lastname@example.org:12345 out of curiosity, in konsole typedssh email@example.com:12345 and got and error messagessh: Could not resolve hostname 192.168.1.101:12345: Name or service not known Googled and got more confused
I just switched to OpenSUSE/KDE4 from Ubuntu/Gnome2. Overall, I am very pleased. However, I have an issue that I have been unable to resolve. That is, Firefox, Thunderbird and Konsole Terminal do not have maximize buttons in their titlebars and there is not any other way to maximize these windows. Also, if I right click on the task manager tab for those applications then the "Maximize" menu item in the context menu is grayed out so it is inaccessible too. The bottom line is that there is no way to maximize these windows. All other applications, such as Dolphin, Chromium, Konqurer, LibreOffice, etc. have maximize buttons and a "maximize" menu item in their task manager context menus. Then, why don't Firefox, Thunderbird and Konsole also have maximize buttons? I am using the Oxygen theme and have configured the buttons on the Oxygen theme to include the Maximize button.
As exposed in a previous thread : 11.3 64b nvidia kde4 : font color bug in konsole I have a problem in the konsole terminal . I chose the Fixed [misc] font and i want the size 3. But for some unknown reasons konsole wants to display some chracaters and some words in bold . As This font doesn't exist in size 3 in bold, it displays the bold characters in size 7, which is the smallest available bold size for this font set (Fixed [Misc]) . It makes any of these bold characters unreadable as they are too large compared to the room they have to be displayed. How can i prevent konsole , bash , htop or any program responsible for this behaviour, to display such bold character ?
I have Ubuntu 9.04, and a HP laserjet 1018 printer.
I install the printer using:
And when it ask me about plugin I give the path to it. (the 3.9.2 version of the plugin, because Ubuntu 9.04 has the 3.9.2 version of hplip)
well I install the printer, everything works perfectly.....but, when I turn off the PC, and turn it on again, the printer does NOT work!, I send work for being printed but mothing happens , Ubuntu tells me that the job was printed but ... no case, my printer does not print it.
I have to install it again since cero. what can I don to stop install it every time I turn off the computer ?
I'm running Suse 11.3 with KDE4. While typing thismorning I inadvertently somehow disabled the keyboard (the mouse worked fine).I discovered that the keyboard worked on bootand I could log into my account (or other accounts)with the keyboard, but ONLY within my account wasthe keyboard dead. Rebooting the computer did NOTcure the problemI finally cured it by logging in as root, and renamingthe .kde4 directory in my home directory as .kde4xand then logging back in as myself.But (a) what did I do and how did I do it and (b) isthere a cleaner way to undo this should I do it again?
I had installed SUSE KDE and then installed Gnome too. I had chosen Suse as distro that has incredible KDE performance, however Gnome is great too. I hoped old oversimplistic gnome with disgusting theme, but it was great and fast. Then I had run compiz. I want compiz only on the gnome, on KDE I want Kwin. I could override compiz with
Code: kwin --replace
, but this temporary solution. Where I can to put this on session startup, or choose kwin on KDE permanently with some kind of preferences
My openSUSE 11.2 64 bit's not off it completely, after I had an update online. Do not ask me what I updated, was much ... In the process of shutting down, I hit "ESC" to display the text, and photographed the screen where it to.
I've read some of the older threads on the subject, and when I OK'd kdewallet always, I used the same password for it that I always use. But kdewallet will not allow me to get into setting up a wireless WPA setup or anything else.
I've looked for it i.e., whereis kdewallet or whereis kdewalletmanager to no avail both as su and user. How to get back to the original setup screen for kdewallet so I can turn it off?