Issue time08:46:51, by nico3011 views
Categories: Uncategorized

Link: http://nienhueser.de/blog/?p=295

http://userbase.kde.org/Marble/Maemo/OfflineRouting
http://userbase.kde.org/Marble/Maemo/Installation

http://userbase.kde.org/Marble/Tracking
http://userbase.kde.org/Marble/Maemo/GuidanceMode

Please note: Some of the screenshots above show map themes from the marble-maps package. This package is still in extras-testing, waiting for at least three more testers before it can be promoted to extras. The same holds for monav-routing-daemon, the offline routing backend. If you can spare some time, please become a tester and vote for marble-maps 1.0.0 and monav-routing-daemon.

http://wiki.maemo.org/Extras-testing
http://maemo.org/packages/package_instance/view/fremantle_extras-testing_free_armel/marble-maps/1.0.0/
http://maemo.org/packages/package_instance/view/fremantle_extras-testing_free_armel/monav-routing-daemon/0.2.release-2/

Issue time15:39:10, by nico1760 views
Categories: Links

Link: http://www.regnumonline.com.ar/

Regnum Online is a FREE TO PLAY (F2P) MMORPG inviting you to play with no level or time restrictions. All that is required is that you fight for your realm.

- Regnum offers 3 realms to choose from.
- 9 fully customizable player characters.
- An ever expanding number of quests.
- The ability to capture forts and castles.
- Expansive lands to explore.
- Glorious graphical environments in DirectX and OpenGL.
- Support for Windows and Linux platforms.
- Premium content is available for enhanced game play.

Tags: games
Issue time15:38:25, by nico700 views
Categories: Uncategorized

ipcop.org
webcontentcontrol - dansguardian
opendns

Issue time17:15:53, by nico1834 views
Categories: Games, Linux
Tags: games, linux
Issue time08:57:39, by nico1184 views
Categories: Links, computers
Issue time21:14:38, by nico1964 views
Categories: Linux
Tags: mandriva
Issue time14:17:56, by nico1245 views
Categories: computers
Tags: ram
Issue time09:23:39, by nico1651 views
Categories: Linux

I hadn't noticed, but there are Mandriva 2010 Spring packages for KDE 4.5.2 available since some days now on KDE FTP. I currently don't know whom to thank but thank you !! (neoclust maybe ??) Packages for both i586 and x86_64 are available. Here are the upgrade instructions:

First, if you have added the repositories for any previous version, remove them with the following command:

urpmi.removemedia kde-4.5

or whatever name you gave to the repository. Second, add the KDE 4.5.2 repository, please try to use another mirror to leverage some load from KDE's main FTP server. For 32 bit systems use the following urpmi command (as root):

urpmi.addmedia kde-4.5.2 ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/4.5.2/Mandriva/2010.1/i586/

For 64 bits systems use the following urpmi command (as root):

urpmi.addmedia kde-4.5.2 ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/4.5.2/Mandriva/2010.1/x86_64/

Then update the repositories and download all the packages before actually installing them to make sure that the installation is possible (as root):

urpmi --auto-update --auto-select --test

When all packages finish downloading and you see a message at the end saying that the installation is possible, you can now run the same command without the --test parameter to now perform the installation (as root):

urpmi --auto-update --auto-select

After the packages installation finishes, logout and log back in, That's it. If you have any problem with the upgrade, the first thing to do to tryo to solve it is to log out, move away your .kde4 directory and log back in.

Tags: kde, mandriva
Issue time09:53:07, by nico979 views
Categories: Linux

kim - A very useful images Kde servicemenu

Kim is a kde service menu which allows to resize, convert, rotate, ( ...) your images without to use a graphical application like Gimp! This service menu can be considered as a frontend of ImageMagick.

Issue time10:33:19, by nico1816 views
Categories: Linux

Link: http://duncan.mac-vicar.com/blog/archives/793#utm_source=feed&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=feed

I was going nuts because I could not get a sane configuration for my laptop, which has a nVidia NVS 3100M card.
The laptop is connected most of the time to a docking station, which has a external monitor. I want to use the external monitor when the machine is on the dock, and the internal LCD when it is not. No dual head.
openSUSE 11.3 ships with the nouveau driver. It has wonderful RandR support. KRandTray tool detected both displays and allowed me to turn one off and the other on with 3 mouse clicks. It was not perfect, as I had to do it on dock/undock, but also at boot time.
Sadly, nouveau is buggy. At the beginning I was affected by a random freeze bug which forced me to login from my phone to reboot the system. Deactivating acceleration made this go away, but then randomly you will see in your syslog:
[drm] nouveau 0000:01:00.0: no space while unhiding cursor

And the system will get extremely slow. Reboot needed. This was happening too often. My Linux experience completely ruined. I tried various kernels including Kernel:HEAD, but no luck. Known bug, there is a report in Novell bugzilla too.
On the other hand, the proprietary nvidia driver seemed to work well. But KRandTray did not showed two displays. The problem is that the nVidia driver has a proprietary system to support dual head configurations.
You could run the nvidia-settings tool as root (!!) and change the monitor, but this was a very complicated process. My use case is: I want to hack in a different room, 2 clicks and undock.
Today I found googling a tip that made it work like I expected. You need to configure metamodes. Yes, I have a xorg.conf again. My Screen section looks like this:
Section "Screen"
Identifier "Screen0"
Device "Device0"
Monitor "Monitor0"
DefaultDepth 24
SubSection "Display"
Depth 24
EndSubSection
Option "TwinView" "1"
Option "TwinViewXineramaInfoOrder" "DFP-0"
Option "metamodes" "DFP-0: null, DFP-2: nvidia-auto-select +0+0;
DFP-0: nvidia-auto-select +0+0, DFP-2: null"
EndSection

Each metamode disables one monitor. After relogin I noticed KRandTray still showed one display. But I realized I had two possible resolutions, and selecting between them switched the monitors!. Even less clicks than before, where I had to enable one and disable the other.
Lets see how stable it runs :-) .
You can even bind the switching to hotkeys using xrandr calls:
xrandr -s 0
xrandr -s 1

Issue time18:59:46, by nico1387 views
Categories: Uncategorized, Linux

http://forums.opensuse.org/english/get-help-here/hardware/437928-printer-samsung-clp-310-a.html
http://www.openprinting.org/printer/Samsung/Samsung-CLP-310

Just downloaded the linux-driver from samsung (the CD didn't work...), and it works just fine !
It even shows up in yast.

Tags: printer
Issue time09:19:43, by nico1435 views
Categories: Linux
Tags: kde
Issue time11:41:01, by nico1542 views
Categories: Uncategorized

KAddressbook entries not usable from Kmail.

hat was the problem. I used an akonadi address book in KAddressBook,
but in systemsettings' Resources page, it still pointed to a file
resource. I deleted that and added the akonadi resource created in
KAddressBook, and now it works.

In system settings->Personal Information->KDE resources : use akonadi resource.

Tags: kde, kmail
Issue time08:59:41, by nico3579 views
Categories: Links
Tags: qt