Slackware :: SVG Logo (GPL) Editable Vector Version?

Mar 3, 2011

I was fiddling with some svg icons and I needed a slack svg logo: looking on the propaganda page, I spotted this jpg that looked like a nice and clean candidate. So I fired up inkscape and tried to manually trace a (manageable) svg version out of it. Then I thought that maybe an editable vector version of it can be useful to someone else and, as asked by Pat, I release it here under the GPL. [URL]. (gotta say I haven't looked around if any other logo svg has been posted before, but, clicking on the "Click Here to Find Similar Threads" found this funny one )

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Slackware :: Get Rid Of Penguin Logo At Boot?

Mar 3, 2010

I installed Slackware 13.0.

During boot I see a penguin in the upper left top of my screen. This logo takes up about 10 lines of my screen and I don't want it.

I do want to keep my 132x50 lines mode tough, but no penguin.

How do I do that? I mean, SOMEHOW the penguin most have gotten there, where first normal text was displayed.

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Debian Multimedia :: Change The Logo On Left-top With A Personal Logo?

Aug 22, 2011

can I change the debian logo on left-top with a my personal logo?

Edit: i use Debian Squeeze 6.0.2

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Slackware :: Get Penguin Logo On Boot With Intel KMS? (i915 Driver)

Jul 6, 2010

In the past, I've rebuilt the kernel with the i915 driver built-in, and that works fine. But is there any way to do this without recompiling your kernel? I read that I shouldn't use vga=XXX with Intel KMS.

I tried adding the i915 module to my initrd, but that gives me an error message on boot. Something like "Unable to initialize the agpgart module"

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Ubuntu :: Set Colors To Be Editable In Terminal?

Jun 22, 2011

I am trying to use the ncurses library for a little side project and am currently trying to display text with varying colors on the screen. I would like for my program to be able to change the hues of the default colors(e.g. make red a little dark, blue a little lighter, etc).

However, according to the ncurses function can_change_color() my terminal does not allow for colors to be altered. I know how to change the palette of colors that my terminal is using but I was wondering if there was a way to allow my colors to be "editable" in a sense.

My terminal is Gnome 2.30.2 and I'm running Ubuntu 10.04LTS

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OpenSUSE :: Context-menu On Desktop Editable ?

Feb 2, 2011

Does anybody know,if,and how,the context-menu on the desktop under KDE 4.4 can be edited ?This function,having whole the system on the mouse-pointer,is the most missed feature under KDE.

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Ubuntu :: Enable Editable Shortcuts In 10.04 Lucid?

May 17, 2010

I've tried to google it, but couldn't find any results. The only instructions I've found (Appearance -> Interface) are for older versions, and no longer valid. Where do I enable this option? I'm trying to learn the Dvorak keyboard, and Ctrl+S is a little akward

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General :: Make A File Editable By Two Different Users In Different Groups?

May 11, 2010

I have a folder at /home/www/, and the owner is www, which is part of the www-group. I have another user, john, part of the john group. How can I chown /home/www/ to make it writable by both www and john?

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General :: Using Flash Drive As Editable HD Not Just Boot Disk?

Sep 17, 2010

I recently acquired (another) older laptop in need of a hard drive. Lower capacity IDE laptop drives are getting hard to come by from reliable sellers. I'd like to rewire a USB port, and run it into the hard drive slot, running the system off a flash drive rather than a hard drive. I'm running in to the problem I can't find any way to set it up. The system does not support any BIOS options for messing with USB drives. Why it CAN boot off one is beyond be, it's not in the temp boot menu, but when I leave it in, it boots off USB by default. I tried loading Ubuntu, and I have tried copying the files off of a setup hard drive to the flash drive, but I have yet to be successful. Is it even possible to run a linux off a flash drive so I can keep a desktop environment, rather than having it reset to the default ISO state every time I reboot?

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Debian :: Change Font Size In Editable Fields - Borked After Fglrx Install

Sep 10, 2010

I recently installed an ATI graphics card driver (fglrx) and ran the aticonfig --initial program/option, which makes the necessary changes to xorg.conf for the user.

My original problem was that all of my font sizes were changed (far too small to even read). I found a temporary way around this by simply increasing the sizes in the gnome appearance properties, but the problem is there is no option to change the size of text that appears in editable fields. For example, simple text-line entry widgets in various applications appear very small (as well as the default text size in icedove mail). Trying to use Writer or Calc also gives the same results. It seems directly related to the sizes of "editable fields" (things like my text editor - gedit- appear to be fine, as well as my terminal). I'm guessing this could have something to do with my xorg.conf, but I've looked through the file and don't know what to change, or where else I could look. If it helps at all, I have most of my font sizes now (in gnome) set to 14, but they appear as 12.

I'm not sure exactly why this is happening, but I need some help in getting some of this text readable again. Please see the attached screenshot of a blank Calc spreadsheet, and it might shed some light on this. You might also notice that in the screenshot, the default font size is 10, but if I change this to 12, and then load it on say, a Windows computer, the text will appear to be much larger than a 12. I'll also include my xorg.conf, in case that has anything to do with it.


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Ubuntu Servers :: Folder And File Creation - Can't Successfully Share Editable Files Between Users

Feb 18, 2010

I'm trying to setup a Samba share for our work. I have it almost complete, however I can't successfully share editable files between users. The issue I'm having is that say User1 create a file test.txt, because of the 755 permissions, then User2, who has "writable" rights as per the smb.conf file, cannot edit that test.txt file.

Whevener I create a file with a user, its locked by that user. Is there a way I can set it that every folder/file a user creates is 777 ? I firgured that there's still security because of the "Valid users = " field in the smb.conf file.

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Programming :: Out Of Range Vector Iterator?

Mar 20, 2011

I'm not really a C++ noob at all, but I am a little rusty at the moment. Still, I CANNOT figure out what is wrong with the following code. I'm using Visual Studio 2010.

Code: #include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
#include <vector>
#include <string>


I THINK I got all of the pertinent code. Anyway, it fails at the *** line. I CANNOT figure out why. If I modify it to be linein.size()-30, it STILL gives me an error. That makes zero sense.

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General :: Get Some Ebooks On Vector Graphics?

Jun 2, 2011

From where can I get some Ebooks on Vector graphics. Also an Ebook on Operating systems

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General :: Relationship Between Vector And Irq Number?

Dec 9, 2010

I just found in kernel-, in file arch/x86/kernel/irq.c:

unsigned int __irq_entry do_IRQ(struct pt_regs *regs)
struct pt_regs *old_regs = set_irq_regs(regs);
/* high bit used in ret_from_ code */
unsigned vector = ~regs->orig_ax;


Does any body know the relationship between the vector number and irq number?

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Programming :: Implement A Set Class (like In Stl) Using A Vector?

Sep 3, 2010

i need to implement a Set class(like in stl) using a vector.Here is my code that doesnt work corectly:

#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
template<class T>
class Set


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Programming :: Stl Vector As A Member Of A Struct?

Jan 17, 2011

is there any problem that might rise by by having a vector as a member of struct in c++ as follows.ex.

struct A
int a;


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Programming :: Passing The Char * Vector Argument?

Jun 19, 2010

I am trying to simulate a shell. So what I do is checking of having the parameters from standard input, suc as "/bin/ls -l /home/france/Documents", and then passing them to function execute, which at some point calls execvp(argv[0],argv)The problem is that I don't succeed in using these arguments, while if I call execvp(paramList[0],paramList) it works!!!! Where paramList is exactly what I would put on standard input, but defined statically.




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Software :: Convert From A Bitmap To Vector File?

Jul 16, 2010

How would I convert from a bitmap file to vector graphics?

I found this inkscape tutorial, but it only converts it into b&w vector graphics. Is it possible to do it preserving at least some of the original colours?

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Programming :: Converting Vector Of Bytes To String C++

Mar 4, 2011

I have a vector of octets that needs to be converted to a std string. I'm currently doing it this way:

stringstream ss;
for (unsigned int i=0; i < data.size(); i++
ss << data[i];
string s_data = ss.str();

This works, but is there any better way to do it?

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Programming :: Declaring A Vector Inside A C++ Class?

Mar 23, 2010

Is it not possible to declare a vector inside a C++ class ? Have a look at the following code:


#include <stdio.h>
#include <iostream>
#include <malloc.h> // malloc
#include <strings.h> // bzero


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Programming :: Template Algorithm For Std::vector And Std::string?

Sep 8, 2010

I have two functions:


void func1(std::string &s)


Is there a way to create one template function for both vector and string that would clear them?

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Slackware :: 32 Bit Version Of Libglu In /usr/lib?

Feb 5, 2010

why isn't there a 32-bit version of libglu in /usr/lib? I try to run a 32-bit program on my multi-lib Slackware current install but it complains that it can not find This used to work well, don't know what I changed. I have updated mesa from git and mesa-compat32 is installed.

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General :: Vector 7.0 Alpha And Setting Up Nvidia Driver?

Oct 29, 2010

so I have been messing around with the new Vector 7.0 alpha and wanted to install the nvidia driver and see if it would work. my video card and cpu are as follows

root:# lshw
PCI (sysfs)
description: Desktop Computer
width: 32 bits


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General :: Terminal Executes Mi Script To Create Vector

Dec 6, 2010

I am trying to create a script that creates a vector and displays it. I used the command inivec but it didn't work.


How do I make it so the terminal executes mi script to create a vector. I know MV is the name and the output should be aa aa aa, but nothing?

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Programming :: Make A Simple Vector Test But Can't Compile It?

Jun 6, 2010

I am trying to make a simple vector test program, but i can't compile it. Here is the code:

import java.util.*;
class Vec {
public static void main(String args [ ]) {


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Slackware :: Update Alsa From Version 1.0.21 To 1.0.24?

Mar 18, 2011

[URL] I am trying to update alsa from version 1.0.21 to 1.0.24 and am having some issues. While trying to build the alsa until I get an error. I've been googling around and so far have found nothing. I was getting more errors earlier but that was solved by installing xmlto.


root@Jacob:/home/ethan/Downloads/alsa-utils- make
Making all in include
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/ethan/Downloads/alsa-utils-'
make all-am
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/ethan/Downloads/alsa-utils-'


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Slackware :: Audacity: Is It A Part Of Some Version?

Nov 6, 2010

Slackware 12.0 I have installed only CDs one and two of the set of slack 12.0 CDs. According to Slack, it's all I need to make the system work. Now I've done

bash-3.1$ locate -i audacity

and I am wondering where these two files can have come from. I get the same output if I run locate as root. May be the whole audacity package is somewhere in the rest of the disk set. But I have no way to find out, except downloading them one by one and reading throu the PACKAGES.TXT files. Unfortunately, the no longer supports its package browser.

EDIT: there is only one PACKAGES.TXT file in the distro, and it is on disc 1. And audacity is nowhere mentioned in it. Corollary: My slack distro does not include audacity. But then, what are those two files doing in my system?

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Slackware :: 13.0 - BCM4318 Driver For 64 Bit Version

Jan 23, 2010

I have just installed Slackware 13.0 64 bit on my laptop. I am trying to get my wireless card (Broadcom BCM4318) to work. It is dual boot with Windows XP 32 bit. I tried the ndiswrapper and everything seemed to go okay but when I ran ndiswrapper -l it said it was the wrong driver. Then I realized I was using the 32 bit driver from my windows install. Is there a 64 bit driver available. I can't seem to find one. I have searched the broadcom site but I guess this is too old for them to support. I previously used Zenwalk 32 bit on the laptop and ndiswrapper worked great. Should I be able to find a 64 bit driver or can I get the 32 bit to work? Do I need to go back to a 32 bit OS? I found the proper driver using google, downloaded, installed with ndiswrapper, rebooted and everything works. It connected automatically.

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Slackware :: Possible To Downgrade Version Of Python To 2.5?

Oct 26, 2009

This may sound a bit of an awkward question, but I have this app, Salome-Platform, [URL], It requires Python 2.5 at most to be able to run. (Compiling it is way to complex.) Since the Python of Slackware is 2.6, can it be downgraded to 2.5...? If it can, how do I do it...?

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Slackware :: How Does Patcher Know What Is Installed Version?

Jun 24, 2011

I have, installed in my machine, Firefox and, wishing to add certain feature , I went to /pub/os/Linux/distr/slackware/slackware-12.0/patches/source/mozilla-firefox/. Firefox has that feature. But, despite teh presence of the .SlackBild, threre is no compilation here. It's a patch realized over the binaries already installed in my machine. The question is: How does the .SlackBuild know he is in the presence of That is, he cannot update if he does not know from where it is starting.

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