I'm trying to get skype sound to work but apparently the monkeys at MS removed
alsa support and replaced it with pulse, which is rubbish. Even though I have
pulse enable (pclos - ali's remaster), it still doesn't show up. Is there a
fix to re-enable alsa or the like?
Basically, this is possibly somewhat off topic, but as it's still TDE related,
maybe someone allready found a solution:
I've been using Kaffeine for years to watch DVB-S. Mor recently, I got a USB
DVB-C receiver (Sundtek) and it works relatively well (although I got
My problem is that my Cable operator recently warned us that some programs
would stop being proposed in their non-HD version. Kaffeine, however, does
not work with the HD versions (at least I can't set them up).
Eye TV (on a Mac Mini) works (I use that as a recorder under my TV set). Am I
missing some settings on Kaffeine (0.8.8)?
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Been printing from KPDF for quite some time,recently I got the
following error. I am running Debian Stretch + TDE R 14.0.3, which is
testing ..for Debian anyway.
This is the error dialog with NO filters, selecting 'keep' actually prints.
"The file format application/postscript\012- \012-
application/octet-stream is not directly supported by the current print
system. You now have 3 options:
TDE can attempt to convert this file automatically to a supported
format. (Select Convert)
You can try to send the file to the printer without any conversion.
You can cancel the printjob. (Select Cancel)
Do you want TDE to attempt and convert this file to application/postscript?"
This is the error dialog with various filters selected, tried different
"The MIME type application/postscript\012- \012-
application/octet-stream is not supported as input of the filter chain
(this may happen with non-CUPS spoolers when performing page selection
on a non-PostScript file). Do you want TDE to convert the file to a
On Sunday 21 February 2016 01.41:18 Glen Cunningham wrote:
> Reply to my own post for the archives.
> On Sunday 21 February 2016 09:38:25 Glen Cunningham wrote:
> > Thanks for the try, Nik,
> > On Sunday 21 February 2016 03:39:15 Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote:
> > > Hi!
> > >
> > > It's that simple :-)
> > NO! It is not that simple.
> Laboriously copied the above 6 files/directories from .kde3 on the old
> box to .trinity on the new one.
> That did not work! Kmail failed to start.
> Deleted the 5 config files, restarted kmail, at least kmail started
> this time and my old mailboxes seem to have survived.
> There has gotta be a better way!
It should - almost - work the way Nik indicated.
There are possibly a few things to edit when you move to .trinity (but that
will be only once). Mainly, did you edit /.trinity/share/config/kmailrc ? In
the last part of the file (after the mailboxes), you have the path to your
In (very) old time this would have been ~/mail , but somwhere in KDE history
it was relocated to a ./kde3 subdirectory, usually
$HOME/.kde3/share/apps/kmail/mail. You must change that to
As far as I remember that's all I had to do (apart from copyinf the
G'day Trinity Users,
At last I've found a tuit ( a round one) :-) Upgrading from
TDE 3.5.11 to Trinity R14.0.2. So far, I've got Ubuntu 14.04.4 with
Trinity R14.0.2 on another computer. My yellow-streak compells me to
leave the working TDE 3.5.11 system alone until the new box is properly
My main problem is transferring KMail settings and mailboxes to the
new system, so my questions are ....
1. Is it just a simple copy of the files from the old to the new
2. If this is possible, which files need to be copied? From where to
where? (Seems that paths and directories are very different on the two
FWIW. I tried searching the list archives but my search-foo is rather
low just now, but I found some references that suggest that what I want
to do is actually doable.
Thanks in antic,
PS. If anyone is interested, the "new" system is an Aldi Akoya E4214
which is not as yet well supported by Linux distros but eventually got
WiFi working with a custom compiled driver. G.
Anyone know how to get them to show in main menu sections they belong in
automatically instead of Lost & Found? (TDERandRTray and
Konsole-superusermode are there too.)
"The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)
Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!
Felix Miata *** http://fm.no-ip.com/
I have a CM devastator keyboard with back lighting. This keyboard uses the
scroll lock key to turn the light on and off. On my system running Ubuntu
under other desktop environments like Mate or KDE I can turn the back light
on using xset led 3 and I usually have it scripted to turn on after I log
in. Under Trinity doing xset led 3 causes the keyboard to flash really
quickly once and then the light goes off. Is there something holding the
keyboard under Trinity? Is there a way to use the back light?