I use command line twidge for twitter, it gives a strange error on terminal, I don't understand. I tried to update, but nothing happens. Code: abhilash@abhilash:~$ twidge lsrecent curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 401 twidge: user error (("curl",["-A","twidge v1.0.0; Haskell; GHC","-s","-S","-L","-y","60","-Y","1","--retry","2","-f","--user","abhilashm86:","[URL]"]): exited with code 22) It was working fine from starting, is anything problem with updates/ program?
After a fresh installation of Ubuntu 10.10 I uninstalled empathy (im using skype). The empathy menu in the evolution indicator was gone after that.I also uninstalled gwibber. But the gwibber status indicator remains within the about-me panel... Uninstalling the gwibber package also removes the me-menu which I want to keep actually. Especially the shutdown/restart... part of it. See attachment.I know there is a shutdown panel-app...but its butt-ugly and it doesnt allow to logon/off.
In another thread I read that the gwibber status shouldnt be there if no account for it is configured... which it is not... I do use ubuntu-one though which is in the same menu... I saw that this issue was addressed at some bug report before, but not fixed yet...
Does anybody know a good workaround to get rid of the gwibber status in the panel while keeping the about me and the shutdown button?
using Tumbleweed + Gnome3 and GnomeApps-Repo on 64 bit System.I already found this bug url. but now that this is solved gwibber should work but here i get Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/gwibber", line 10, in <module> import sys, gtk, optparse, dbus, wnck, time File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/gtk-2.0/gtk/__init__.py", line 40, in <module> from gtk import _gtk ImportError: could not import gobject (could not find _PyGObject_API object)
i was looking at tweetmypc - it looks so awesome to use my phone w/ twitter as a remote and send commands to my computer. then i found twitaction, but the problem with it is that it can only update every minute and i want something that is checking all the time.
i wish to join twitter (not for socialising just info on what's coming in the linux an mountain bike world)i have been googling away and the ones i have found like pino and gtwitter but these either need the massive gnome libraries or have dependencies that i cannot find with sbopkg, so does anyone know of a twiiter client that has hardly any dependencies and a clean interface (no fancy crap like facebook (as said earlier i am kinda against social networks as they are more anti-social than social e.g. i'm going to stay in an talk to friend rather than actual human interaction)
having problem dealing with gnome-do, before this, I never have problem while tweeting with the tweeter plugin in gnome-do.Now, when I want to tweet up with gnome-do, the gnome-do suddenly crash and I need to open it back via Application to make it use back again.
I've grown very fond of Gwibber, since the introduction of F13 as a Twitter-client. However since 5 daysGwibber is no longer updating the timeline. As the problem maintained, I also installed Pino and Twitux.But they seem to have the same problem. I've tried to uninstall and re-install them, but that didn't solve my problem.
I have openSuSE 11.3 + KDE 4.4 running on a Thinkpad t400. Knetwork manager recognizes my wireless networks and the icon shows that my computer is connected. However, I am not able to connect to the web - browser, chat, twitter app - nothing works.
Just an FYI for anyone who may be having this particular problem. A short while back, I was trying to attach a picture to a Twitter post, and dropped my network connection. No big deal...connection came back, and things went on. Next time I launched Choqok, it popped up a message saying "Server Error: This method requires authentication". It was puzzling, and didn't appear to impact my use...until I went to send a direct message, and it would give that error and crash. After quitting Choqok, the file (/tmp/ksocket-user/klauncherXXXXXX.slave-socket file) was still present. Deleting that file manually cleared the error up. I've seen this mentioned in a couple of other forums, but none with a solution posted.
If anyone else has that error, and this method resolves it, please let us know. I'm using openSUSE 11.4, but it should apply to any version/distro of Linux using Choqok.
I installed ubuntu 10.04 today..but when i clicked on "broadcast accounts" of nothing happened at all.I tried to run gwibber manually but again nothing happed at all...the "chat accounts" are working fine..the problem is only with gwibber..I searched different forums and found that some users are experiencing this problem and others are not.
I am having a problem getting my facebook account to add to gwibber. I have searched the forum for the last couple of days and found several others with an identical problem but to date no solution is offered other than keep trying.I have run gwibber in terminal and attempted to add the account. Below is the output. For information I am trying to add an existing account not create a new account.
** (gwibber:1986): WARNING **: Trying to register gtype 'WnckWindowState' as enum when in fact it is of type 'GFlags'[code]....
I got sick to DEATH of Adobe AIR and TweetDeck screwing up constantly, and then Adobe announces there will be no more Adobe AIR for Linux. Fine, screw 'em, I'll switch to something else. So I hunt around for the options, most of which suck. Then I discover Choqok is already installed on my machine (11.4). Except the POS doesn't work.
To use it, I have to authenticate with my Twitter account. So I click Add, select Twitter, it pops up the dialog. I leave the alias as Twitter, click the authenticate with Twitter button. The Firefox icon pops up and bounces around - but Firefox is already running. So nothing happens! No Twitter access, no page loaded, nothing. I shut down Firefox, try it again. Same deal. As usual, no one bothered to test this POS software before releasing it. how to get this **** to authenticate to Twitter in the absence of ANY useful documentation for this junk?
I recently updated my Lenovo laptop to Lucid Lynx, and everything works great, however Gwibber will not open. When run from the terminal I get the following errors.
** (gwibber:4031): WARNING **: Trying to register gtype 'WnckWindowState' as enum when in fact it is of type 'GFlags' ** (gwibber:4031): WARNING **: Trying to register gtype 'WnckWindowActions' as enum when in fact it is of type 'GFlags' ** (gwibber:4031): WARNING **: Trying to register gtype 'WnckWindowMoveResizeMask' as enum when in fact it is of type 'GFlags' ** Message: secret service operation failed: The name org.freedesktop.secrets was not provided by any .service files Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/gwibber", line 50, in <module> from gwibber import client .....
Lucid is adamn good release and in my opinion, one of the best till date. If I have to rate Lucid on its OOB Factor (Out Of Box), I would rate it 9.7/10.I have an AMD based laptop with ATI graphics chipset and this used to be a major headache (ATI's fault ofcourse) previously and I was gearing up for another hour or so of installing the video drivers from ATI and getting it to work.But,suprisingly it just worked out of the box with visual effects enabled. Every component on my machine worked as it ought to be.
I cant say enough about the interface overhaul. Its like a F16 got upgraded with some slick Alien technology. Ubuntu 10.04 is surely a GOLD standard for all Linux Distros out there. Coming to this minor issue, I am unable to add the facebook account in Me Menu via gwibber. It takes the login credentials and prompts me to allow or deny publishing to facebook. Clicking on allow doesn't do anything, it just sits there.
I've recently upgraded to Ubuntu 10.04 and I've got to say that for me (been using Ubuntu since 9.04) that this has to be the best release yet, however one of the main added features doesn't successfully work for me? Unless I'm doing it wrong? So I'll list what I do just incase the problem is me.Firstly I access Gwibber (either from the Me Menu ( i think that's what it's called) and click broadcast account, or access it through the applications menu) then select Facebook from the drop down menu. I then click authorise and take all the steps needed to authorise Gwibber (logging in, accepting etc) and it says Facebook Authorised. I then click Add and it just highlights the box and doesn't actually do anything?
So I would like to know if I am doing something wrong while trying to authorise it and add the account, or if it just isn't working for me at the moment?
I have tried remove from ubuntu software center and Synaptic Package Manager, but when I reinstall Gwibber, it directly load from software list, and not download from internet. I want completely remove Gwibber, so if I want to reinstall Gwibber, my system download from internet and not install from database previous installation.
I have a problem with gwibber. It has emerged randomly for no apparent reason as I have not changed any settings. All of a sudden, when updating my status on Facebook, and I click send, gwibber appears to work for a while, and then just nothing happens. My status does not get updated. It works fine with Twitter. It's only facebook. I have checked my application settings in Facebook and gwibber has full permission to post.#
I tried setting up the account again in gwibber, but this just opened a can of worms, because I had to reinstall gwibber and delete all of the config files in order to reinstate my facebook account, (see URL...)due to a bug in gwibber, which was a pain.