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    Poll: Re: Are you using gnome-shell or have you tried ?

    Just for your information guys, a more efficient way to make gnome-shell start with the session is to set the windowmanager key in gconf to it like this (in a terminal):

    gconftool-2 -t string -s...
  2. Re: digikam in 8.10 has too many dependencies.

    Maybe it has been solved already, but let's answer it anyway.

    Apt is configured to do (by default) install the following:
    * Direct dependencies
    * Recommended dependencies

    Those "recommends"...
  3. Thread: Digikam Issues

    by Foxmike
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    [gnome] Re: Digikam Issues

    Actually, you just have to make a copy of a picture that you might want to modify and then edit it afterwards. Digikam is very flexible in terms of how you (the user) want to manage your pictures,...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: file sharing between user accounts

    I'm having a similar problem, but a bit more complex. Here it is:

    I'm having a partition containing all my multimedia stuff (pictures, music, videos and podcasts).

    Right now, that partition is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: My Zen no longer automounts

    Is your user a member of the "fuse" group? To find out, System -> Administration -> Users and Groups. Select your users and add it to the "fuse" group if it is not already done. Maybe that will...
  6. Re: February 2008 Desktops (Safe for work ONLY) - Please include theme details.

    KDE setup with:
    Style: QtCurve -> all inversed gradient with some custom colors to fit the color scheme
    Colors: Custom scheme derived from New Kubuntu Color Suggestion
    Kwin: Chrystal with custom...
  7. Re: Compiling Nautilus2.20.0 patched with nautilus2.20.0ubuntu7.diff

    And make sure that you are working with the ubuntu packages, not the debian ones! You can go to packages.ubuntu.com, make a search for the package you want to work with, the locate the .dsc download...
  8. Re: Compiling Nautilus2.20.0 patched with nautilus2.20.0ubuntu7.diff

    One way you can do it all, is by putting your .diff file into the
    ${source-directory}/debian/patches using a terminology as
    ${number}-${patch-very-short-description}.diff and then list that file...
  9. Re: What Do You Like in KDE That You Don't See on Other DEs?

    Well, I got a hard time to get used to KDE. The main reason why I decided to use it is for the soooooo good applications... but when I got used to the look and feel and got able to play a bit deeper...
  10. Re: Python: how can I create a bin file of a python program?

    Thanks for the precision!:)
  11. Re: Python: how can I create a bin file of a python program?

    Since python is a scripting language, it doesn't produces binaries. It is compiled at run-time.

    Tho, you still can get some .pyc files, as I understood those are semi-compiled files. Unless you...
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    Re: What is your FAVORITE music CD?

    Genesis - Foxtrot (closely followed by Selling England by the Pound)
    Metallica - (=< Black)
    Jacques Brel ex aequo with Georges Brassens
    Pink Floyd (=< The Wall)
    Led Zep...

    I'll post covers...
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    Windows comparisions

    Can someone explain me what all those comparisons with MS Windows are about?

    Both OSes has GUI, with windowing system, but that's where the comparisons begins and ends as well. I've been a quite...
  14. Re: Gutsy: Desktop Search - Anyone actually use it?

    Well, I don't agree here. First, Deskbar is NOT an indexing/searching daemon, so primarly, it doesn't search for anything. It is plugin based and there is a Beagle plugin available somewhere if I...
  15. Re: A question about /home/ folders and partitions.

    Technically, yes. But since all your personnal configurations files are held in your /home directory, and other distros (with other version of software) might manage differently the configuration...
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    Re: I need a new toy

    Grab an iPaq, install Linux on it (familiar.handhelds.org/) and here you go!
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    Re: KDE4- Good or Bad for Linux?

    Well, a lot of very good gtk-based applications are already ported to Windows, in wich: Abiword, Gnumeric, Inkscape, GIMP, Grisbi (accounting)...

    As well, there is Firefox and OpenOffice.org...
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    Poll: Re: How Old are You?

    27 here, 2 childs and the casher keeps asking for my IDs when I'm buying beer (here the cut-off is 18yo)... I guess when I'll be 45, I'll look 25!:tongue:
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    Re: Linux for a five year old kid?

    Gcompris might be what you are looking for. It is an educationnal application for Linux.
  20. Thread: Kubuntu 7.10

    by Foxmike
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    Re: Kubuntu 7.10

    There is too much major changes between the 3.x series and the 4.x series of KDE to be that simple to implement. That is why I guess KDE4 will take a while to be the main Kubuntu interface. I would...
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    b... euh... bbb..... BBBB!!!!! BBBBBBBBBBBBBUMP!:)
  22. Thread: Question....

    by Foxmike
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    Re: Question....

    maybe you should try^

    sudo apt-get install suntan
    but if you really are a geek, then you do

    USE="cream" sudo emerge suntan:biggrin:
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    Re: KDE Applications

    Digikam (along with KIPI plugins, one of the best photo management apps outthere, even comparing with comercial expensive counterparts!)
    Amarok (can we repeat it enough???)
    K3B
    k9copy -Pretty damn...
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    Re: Land of the Distros

    Actually, I don't personnally find Gentoo to be hard to install. Time consuming, yes, but not that hard, tho.
  25. Thread: F-spot 0.4.0

    by Foxmike
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    Re: F-spot 0.4.0

    Just for the info, f-spot-0.4.0-ubuntu2 is out, compiles well and has nice bug fixes!!! I just tried it out on feisty and everything seems to work fine so far!:)
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