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That's because "hardware drivers" (aka Jockey) doesn't support fglrx yet. I'll fix it soon.
Maybe you should wait for packages to be available on the server that you're using
There was a problem with the packaging that could be reproduced only in buildds (i.e. the packages were built correctly when this was done locally) which caused the lack of certain files in the...
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Yes, it is.
All the new NVIDIA drivers (180.27 and the legacy drivers) will be available soon. Don't worry ;)
Just for the record, I have provided different patches to solve all the problems reported in bugs 320632, 320639, 320585.
I also made a big debdiff with all my changes which is attached here.
Here's a blog post on the UI for Kubuntu.
Posts on the Gnome UI and command line tool will follow.
EDIT: in the same blog you can find the instructions on how to use the command line tool
Yes, I know what you mean. In the Kubuntu GUI you won't see the name of the option at all but only something like "Ctrl+Alt+Backspace restarts the xserver"
I *think* this will be included by default. I'll ask other developers just to be sure.
The UI for Kubuntu is ready but won't be available until my "dontzap" package is uploaded. The UI for Ubuntu will be finished soon and you will also be able to enable or disable the option from the...
Here I tried to help another user who was trying to perform the same task.
Ubuntu uses utf-8 and here (see the end of "Initializing a String") the documentation says that the qPrintable() macro "is equivalent to calling <QString>.toAscii().constData()".
Here it says that...
Maybe you can try Clutter.
Of course you're getting an error. mscn should be a pointer.
mscn = new QProcess();
now you won't need to use & when you connect the signals.
Furthermore scn and mscn are...
It's not what I meant.
First of all you will have to connect the signals so that when an event is emitted, a member function will be called:
It's all in the docstrings:
NOTE: xutils has some features you might want to use (it's all documented).
I developed X-Kit which is installed by default in Ubuntu now (since Intrepid) as it's already used by Jockey (Restricted Drivers Manager), EnvyNG, (in some cases) Update Manager and Mythbuntu. The...
QProcess::waitForFinished() will make the interface hang as it will make the program wait for the process to finish.
You should do it in a different way, without using waitForFinished.
Moved to the Programming Talk.
Ok, I'll rebuild driver 180 updating it to 180.16
Would you prefer that I rebuild the packages (which won't work unless the IgnoreABI option is enabled)?
Also did anyone see if drivers other than 180 (i.e. 177, 173, 96) work with the new X.org?
The problem is described here.
I provided a fix but it looks like the packages are still in the hardy-proposed repository. Only one person wrote to confirm that the fix solves the problem. Please...
You might want to use PolicyKit.