got a problem with my compiz sphere,I got prettymuch everything running well in compiz,I've been tweaking around with it, got my cylinder to work,for some reason when I go into sphere mode it just shows my the cylinder.What am I doing wrong? O.o
I've done a new 10.04 installation and downloaded CCSM but I can't find the option to turn the rotating cube (all options present and correct) into a rotating sphere.Have I just forgotten to download some additional plugins or similar?
Ubuntu 10.04 with Gnome.When running compiz sphere the bottom half of my desktop wall paper is missing.In cube and cylinder its fine.I also cant work out how to have different wallpaper on my desktops.In Ubuntu can i run a a switcher between KDE and Gnome, back some years ago Mandrake offered this.
Installed Fedora 10 a few months ago. Was using pulseaudio and when viewing flash in firefox I was getting sound. I was experiencing too many problems with pulseaudio and other apps, so I uninstalled pulseaudio and now I'm using alsa exclusively. However, since doing so I no longer have sound when viewing flash in firefox. Sound when playing movies and/or listening to music is totally fine. I tried removing firefox and flash-plugin and installing them again but to no avail. I'm on FF 3.0.12 and flash-plugin 10.0.22.87-release.
Recently I have installed Fedora 13 both in my home and office computers only replacing the previous Fedora 11. I didn't edited the partition table in either cases. At office computer I only have one hard disk with C: and D: partition in NTFS and the linux partition. In Fedora the C: and D: are shown now as /media/disk and /media/disk-1. How to see these drives as /C and /D? In home computer I have two 500GB hard disks. sda1 is FAT formatted and all of its drives are shown in either platforms nicely. sdb1, the other 500GB HD has two drives (N: and P each of 250GB and both NTFS formatted, is shown as /media/New Volume in Fedora 13, however opening it shows only the content of N: drive. Can't do anything using Disk Utility of Fedora 13.
I have recently updated from Opensuse 11.2 to 11.3 . I am now having problems with viewing or opening more than one PDF file at a time. If I have a PDF file open, when I open a second one. I get a page with nothing on it. When I close the first PDF file, an I try to open the second one, it opens with no problems. I am not quite sure what is causing it. By the way this happens when I try to view files from a browser for example from sciencedirect.
I posted about viewing desktops remotely (received no reply), as I have an "off task web-drifting" problem with some students in my classroom, due to the fact that I no longer have my old SynchronEyes program. I have Windows Vista Business/XP Pro machines (32 of them in all) and I cannot view desktops remotely, regardless of the fact that 1) the Remote Desktop Service is enabled, and 2) I know the IP numbers and the domain names. How can I view desktops remotely with the Remote Desktop Viewer tool in Ubuntu, with the fact that the IP addresses are correct and the Remote Desktop Service is enabled on all 32 machines?
My wife use to look at this webcam using the Opera web browser, setting it to reload each 2 seconds or each second or so. However, she'd like to be able to watch the link in a minimal window without having to start the web browser. Anyone know of such a program? The program is supposed to open the link as an image and update it every second or so. It should be "ultra light" and have a minimal user interface.
Another option would be to view the webcam directly on the desktop instead of only having a picture there. Is that possible? What additional software does she need for that? She has compiz fusion installed, if that matters. She has Ubuntu 9.04 on one computer and Ubuntu 9.10 on the other one. If you click at the link above and it's completely black (except for some text and some logos), it's probably because it's night (Swedish time) and they turned off the lights.
I need GD for image viewing with PHP. On the PHP web site it says I have to recompile PHP --with GD. However in the user comments someone said that with Debian use apt-get install php5-gd and that will work. Well I tried that and I still do not have GD available. Is there something I missed with the apt-get method or do I have to recompile PHP?
unable to view video content from the web. I'm not sure what changed, other than installing the recommended updates to Ubuntu about a week ago. I'm thinking a Flash update/reinstall might resolve the problem, but I can't seem to get the updates to install properly.
when I try to view php files on my linux box, they want to download instead of viewing them. I configured apache for php as the manual said but for some reason it doesn't want to parse the php. the http.conf file may need to be changed, that the line "AddModule mod_php4.c" was missing in the conf, however the AddModule and ClearModuleList directives no longer exist in the newer versions of Apache. These directives were used to ensure that modules could be enabled in the correct order. The new Apache 2.0 API allows modules to explicitly specify their ordering, eliminating the need for these directives.
I'd like to know how to see which files have been printed on the printer. I can see which print jobs have run and who submitted them using the following command:
Code: $ lpstat -W completed -o but it doesn't show me the names of the files that printed.
Is there a way to set a retention policy to have it hold the job in the queue even after it's finished printing? Or a command to view the details of jobs that have already run? I'm looking for something similar to the output of the lpq command.
I was a die hard Ubuntu user for the last 2 years and decided to use something more advanced or different. My question (after searching the crap out of Google) is how can I view the source code of Fedora? I have found many sites explaining this but it is not written in terms that are easy for me to understand. I haven't been programming for years and using advanced features in Linux so most of these sites are not explaining out and most are explaining how to build and add on to the kernel.
I used to be able to open a terminal when viewing a folder and the terminal would automatically be in that directory so all I would have to do is type the command. Now, it doesn't seem to work like that. No matter what folder I'm viewing within Konquerer or Dolphin, the terminal is always at the /home folder no matter what. Can I change this behavior and set it to the way it used to work on my old system? (SuSE 10.0)
how it is possible to watch the superbowl on linux natively? I am in charge of the computers at a school for mainly american students who are studying in my country, the school wants to enable them to watch the superbowl, tehy gave me a page with system requirements which seemed to suggest that it was just a flash movie player.
However when actually browsing to the demo I was confronted with an OS warning, at first I thought it was just a "stupid" me message like Yahoo-mail telling you that they haven't tested the rich version on your OS, but when browsing there with useragent set to winXP it turns out that you need the "MoveMediaPlayer". If left with no choice I guess I will install it together with firefox in wine, but I'd much rather have a different solution, also does anyone know if this player works well in wine?
No progress viewing input yet in Linux. I installed MythTV, VLC, and no luck yet with vids or sound.I had video input with Windows Movie Maker, and Media Player Classic (3rd party), but no sound in either.
Anyone using flash with blogtv? I've got a Ubuntu 9.10 box with a nvidia 9400gt card running flash and have run into some weirdness. I get alot of flicker when viewing flash content on sites like blogTV. Also, cannot get my webcam going in blogtv. Webcam is a webcam pro 9000 and works flawless. The problem is adobe flash. I have researched and know that there are problems with flash and linux but whats interesting is that I also run a fedora 11 box and blogtv works fine. The video card in the fedora box is a nvidia 8400 and running flash.
On the Ubuntu box when you go to broadcast you get the flash permissions (allow blogtv permissions on camera) but the buttons do not work. It pretty much locks up in the flash widow only. Also, Viewing content on the site has a lot of flicker. Other sites do not have this flicker. Seems strange that my fedora box works with no problems but the Ubuntu box doesnt. Today Im going to try the beta flash (libflashplayer.so) from adobe version 10.1.51.66 and see what that produces.
Is it possible to view all of the entries in an LDAP Address book at one time (ie in the address book pane) of an email client? I've tried in both Thunderbird and Outlook 2003, and I get the same behavior - the mail client can auto-complete entries, but it can't seem to list the whole address book at once.
Is there a certain structure of the LDAP tree that will grant this support? Can it be done at all? It seems to me an 'address book' that can't be browsed as a whole isn't very effective...
I should add that I'm the one who set up the LDAP server - I'm just testing various capabilities of LDAP.