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  1. [ubuntu] Configure V4L device to be recognized

    Hi!

    I have this TV Tuner, called PixelView PlayTV 400 USB. It uses a chipset called Uli M9207.

    In V4L there is a generic module for this, called dvb_usb_m920x. However, when I load it, it does...
  2. [kubuntu] Re: Kubuntu on Intel graphics - no desktop effects

    In case anyone will be interested in the future, I managed to solve the issue.

    Initially, I filed a bug with kwin, here: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=234636. There, I received some very...
  3. [kubuntu] Kubuntu on Intel graphics - no desktop effects [SOLVED]

    Hi all!

    I have an HP laptop dv6930us. It has an Intel video card and I am currently running Kubuntu Lucid on it. However, I also had the issue below in Karmic also, and I upgraded to the...
  4. [ubuntu] Cannot connect to ad-hoc network - chipset Intel 4965AGN - Intrepid 64bit

    Hi!

    I just got a new laptop HP DV6930us with a wireless chipset Intel 4965AGN and I installed Intrepid 64 bit on it. It works well in general. However, wireless is buggy.

    Basically, I can...
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    Re: Python debugging - help needed

    OK. I got it. The trick is the feature to set environment variables. I'm posting it here, in case someone will need it.

    So I just went to
    Run > Open run properties > Python run > New launch...
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    Re: Python debugging - help needed

    Hi and thanks for the response. I had already thought ot add a debug switch, but the trick is to make it... pydev aware. I mean, to make it execute or skip code based on whether Pydev is in debug...
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    Python debugging - help needed

    Hi all!

    I develop in Python using Eclipse and Pydev and it is a pretty cool setup.

    However, there is a small feature I would really like to use and I don't know how (or even if) I can do it.
    ...
  8. Re: Python minidom - disappearing element in NodeList

    OK. Hopefully last post.

    I think I found a solution (very unexpected thing, because I have been working on this, on and off, for like 1 month). The idea is like this:

    Instead of doing

    for i...
  9. Re: Python minidom - disappearing element in NodeList

    Hi!

    I am not able to provide a definitive replication method, but here is one more example of the absurdity of it all:


    def combinePreps(sourceXML, destXML):
    sourcePrep =...
  10. Re: Python minidom - disappearing element in NodeList

    Hi Wybiral and thank you for your interest in helping me!

    I am working on a simple way to recreate the error. I am not able to post the actual code and, because, as I said, I use the sequence in...
  11. Python minidom - disappearing element in NodeList

    Hi all!

    I'm working with Python under windows, but this issue should be pretty general, so I am posting here, hoping for an answer.

    I am working on an application which uses python's minidom...
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    Re: Python help

    Thank you very much for the replies! I understand better now. I think I will drop both ideas. :)

    For the first issue, I will just be careful at the items I place in the list (I am the only...
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    Python help

    Hi!

    I need some help with 2 issues about python. I am not a complete newb but, although it seems to me that these are not difficult questions, I can not find the answer.


    I am trying to make...
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    Re: thoughts on IBM lotus symphony

    In my case, it runs awfully slow. I mean, my computer is not that new, but the speed LS has on it makes it seem like an abacus. The installation alone took more than 1 hour.

    Then, just to start...
  15. Parser for file with dhcpd.conf like syntax

    Hi!

    I have this project at work where I have to parse a file with syntax just like dhcpd.conf.

    Can someone suggest a place where I can find a parser for such a file, that will return the info?...
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    Re: Best Technology Blogs

    I like to read these rob weir's blog and Stephen Walli's blog.

    Also, although not blogs per se, but similar, I read linux-watch, desktoplinux and microsoft watch (you gotta keep an eye on the...
  17. Re: simple graphing package for experimental data

    I'm at work now and only have Excel, so I will explain in Excel, although I'm very sure ooocalc can do this as well. Here goes:


    As I said, calc can do this as well, and in a very similar manner,...
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    Re: It's been a while

    Hi!

    Myself, I feel great, thanks for asking. :) Hope you feel great too. I mean, from my experience, people listen to love songs in 2 situations: either when they've just fallen in love or when...
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    Re: Microcontroller programming

    Programming microcontrollers is, as always, quite microcontroller specific.

    A quick google with words like "atmel avr programming linux" will give you a ton of useful info. Also, there are several...
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    Re: How do you organize your music?

    I leave the organizing of my music to the media player, which is amarok. The powerful yet friendly media library is the main reason I use this player and not another. I must say, I've tried maybe all...
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    Re: Free Gaming

    Ooops! i had posted on the wrong thread.

    As for the matter at hand, you must know that installing and running win apps under wine might prove more than easy. I have little experience with that, so...
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    Re: Free Gaming

    You can install wine. It's basically the same thing, except it's free and doesn't have support other than the ocasional forum.
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    Re: Simple shell scripting question

    My bash scripting is not very good, but it would be something like this:

    #! /bin/bash

    /usr/bin/opera-mod -notrayicon $*
    Or, if you only want to open the first address, use:
    #! /bin/bash
    ...
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    Re: so close...

    I know what you are saying and I totally agree. In fact, that's kinda my point, too. I wasn't making a case against patents in general. It was just sarcasm towards the level of absurdity reached in...
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    Re: so close...

    Nice stories. The only thing is that the text in Romanian says 1.5million instead of billion. That's quite a difference!

    It would have been nice to have a ruling that asks to stop shipping Windows...
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