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  1. [kubuntu] Re: Backlight control not working in kubuntu 12.04

    I just checked and actually I already had tried the acpi_backlight=vendor portion.

    Adding the acpi_osi=Linux caused the Fn-keys not to be recognized anymore. However, trying to change backlight...
  2. [kubuntu] Re: Backlight control not working in kubuntu 12.04

    ( weird-o, some post just got removed, but its contents weren't all that useful either... 0.o)

    Bashing-om, thanks for your hint. I think I already tried some boot param trick before but I'm pretty...
  3. [kubuntu] Backlight control not working in kubuntu 12.04

    Hi all.

    I have a Toshiba A300-202 laptop. With older installations of kubuntu I hadd full control over the backlight. After a clean instalation of kubuntu 12.04.1 the backlight control stopped...
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    [all variants] Re: Amarok stops after every track

    Well, that was quite some time ago.
    Eventually I made a clean install of kubuntu 9.10 amd64, but maintained my /home partition.
    In order to get amarok to behave I had to wipe all its data under...
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    [all variants] Re: Amarok stops after every track

    Yup, it did the trick for me too. I'm still trying to figure out why this happens.
    Seems related to the fact that some tracks are deleter during playback, but I couldn't still reproduce it.
    ...
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    [all variants] Amarok stops after every track

    Hi all,
    Maybe this is some stupid bug (on the user side) but I can't just figure it out. :(
    I'm using amarok 2.1 on kde4.2.4 (jaunty kde ppa). I'm stumbled that amarok stops playing after every...
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    Re: Analyse a program's memory usage?

    That's for measuring the time spent on each function during program execution, not for getting an idea of the memory used by each function or by the whole program.

    --to
  8. Thread: gcov guide

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    Re: gcov guide

    Oh well, never mind, I ended up doing loop iteration counts with a counter and a printf and I already have what I needed.
    Thanks, anyway.
  9. Thread: gcov guide

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    gcov guide

    Hi all,
    I want to perform some code coverage analysis on a project that working on, but I'm having trouble to generate the file.gcov needed.
    I there any guide to the usage of gcov? I've been...
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    Re: buld cross-toolchain in ubuntu

    I believe that I managed to solve my problem, but I didn't touch buildroot nor crosstool at all.
    My problem was that the files were given to me in a zip archive which didn't preserve the original...
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    Re: Set doxygen output encoding...

    That's a great Idea, thanks for the tip!

    Cheers,
    --Qin
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    Re: Set doxygen output encoding...

    Hi,
    thanks for the pointer, it seems to address our problem.
    If I chose to display the page using UTF8 encoding things are displayed fine. The problem is that the HTML header declares ISO8859 and...
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    Re: Set doxygen output encoding...

    No ideas? :(
    I thought this would be something simple to tackle...

    --Qin
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    Set doxygen output encoding...

    Hello everyone,
    I'm using doxygen to build the documentation of a C project that I'm working on.
    It has been working fine given my doxygen experience, the only annoyance being that the generated...
  15. Thread: Firefox Widgets

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    Re: Firefox Widgets

    Looks great, I just installed it and firefox looks improved a *lot*. However I think the buttons are a little too flat for my taste but they certainly don't look bad anyway.

    Cheers,
    --to
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    Re: explicit variable placement with GCC 3.4.1

    I see, thanks for the explanation, I almost got it all except the part that I can't change the address of type& after it has been declared.
    Yep, I guess I'll be using the #defines all the way. On my...
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    Re: explicit variable placement with GCC 3.4.1

    Thanks aks44,

    I'll stick to the #define's and avoid the selling my soul to the devil :D
    The "variables" are registers of a peripheral which I was trying to access in a "transparent" way but it...
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    explicit variable placement with GCC 3.4.1

    Hi everyone.

    Is it possible to instruct gcc to place (or at least try to) a variable in a specific location?
    I'm using a port of gcc3.4.1 for the microblaze architecture.

    I could use something...
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    Re: GCC and dead code removal

    Thanks for your post, meatpan. I tried your test.c with gcc-4.1.2 and gcc-3.4.6 -Os and bar still made it into the binary :(
    Is dead code removal not as effective as ond would like it to be or must...
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    GCC and dead code removal

    Hi

    I was fiddling with a port of gcc for microblaze and optimization levels seeing if it removes code chunks that are never called. However, even with -O3 or -Os, I can find functions that are...
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    symbol browser for Kdevelop?

    Hi,

    I've been using kdevelop for a while and happy with it. However I miss one feature that helps a lot to navigate through the source tree when the project grows bigger. I mean the symbol...
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    buld cross-toolchain in ubuntu

    Hello, I'm trying to build a cross-compiler for the microblaze target.
    I got the source and scripts which were used to build the toolchain from source under cygwin.

    I don't know the origin of the...
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    Re: Show Us Your Server

    Unfortunatelly, that's not true... Networking capable printers are still rare, although we're making progress, and more expensive than the networkless equivalent. I'm refering to laser printers, btw....
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    Re: Show Us Your Server

    Looks like we have a guildwars player in the forums :D

    Now, there's one thing that's preventing me from dumping windows alltogether.
    Well, that and a fancy VPN connection :(

    Cheers,
    --to
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    Re: Analyse a program's memory usage?

    Thanks for all replies, folks :)
    That little program in kegel.com is quite handy indeed.
    I'm also using valgrind with the massif tool, which gives me just what I wanted :D

    cheers,
    --to
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