Hey Brad, what's the latest?
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Hey Brad, what's the latest?
I've just tried to install Ubuntu 9.04 on my brother's computer, and I can't get a PCI Network Card to work. I've tried both a RTL8139B and a Netgear WG311v3 and neither worked.
Or you could use wxpython. The documentation is a bit sparse and disconnected, but the book WxPython in Action helps a lot, despite being a bit verbose.
No, you won';t need threading for this, there should be a way to make the dialog "modal" or "application modal", ie make it take focus, and keep it until its closed.
when it's destroyed, it should...
Never used c~. if it's Object oriented, your FileChooserDialog could be an object that returns a string, when you click select.
Don't bother with Python3 atm, there's not enough libraries for it yet. Most libraroes you will need are for python 2.
I learnt it by reading this book in one weekend:...
I'm writing a program to implement arbitrary tagging of files, and search by tags. I'm using python, and a few modules such as sqlite, wxpython, etc.
My desktop has been in use for a...
u recently updated your kernel? maybe the nvidia driver isnt loaded if u use nvidia? or glx is missing from your xorg.conf?
Post your xorg.conf here please.
Press ALT-F2 on...
Dear Aearenda, Thanks a lot for the tidbits, I managed to get my TC1100 working in perfect shape with Intrepid using your notes :). On another note, I've just cobbled together a Q Button, here...
It's not. But it feels awfully like it. (think UAC, SP2, etc)
I still use Gutsy Gibbon, but it's showing signs of old age (new programs ask for new libraries, which need new xxx-lib which...
QFT. I wish the devs wouldn't turn into Redmond zombies and force stuff like pulseaudio(read stuttering audio) or Xorg 1.7(no more Nvidia GL acceleration) on the rest of us...
haha, no worries mate, I never cared about the thanks button anyway, lol. I googled "latex landscape page" and middle clicked the first three links, and looked or one that was written in plain...
thank you :)
something like this:
install libgsl0-dev or something in synaptic, then in your source.cpp file,
// use the functions for fft here
the dirtiest hack i've ever used for such things is to sudo nano /etc/init.d/gdm and stick rmmod stuff near the top...
i know its ugly, but it saves the time troubleshooting!
wierd...you can try to locate r8169 then mv it into r8169.unused so that the system can't fint the driver?
sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist
u need to install the gcc toolchains...
sudo apt-get install build-essentials autoconf
i adhere to the unix philosophy - if i want to edit an image, i use gimp
if i just want to see a picture, i don't want extra buttons to confuse me...i'm simple!
+1. Downgraded to Gutsy Gibbon, problems solved.
yeah, no reason the former shudnt work with a custom kernel, it might ask you where the source tree lives, so tell it /home/user/wherever_u_stored_it
the second might work too...but it would...