This is very interesting
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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?
I've installed openSUSE 42.2 and so upgraded to TDE 14.0.4 (previously I
couldn't on my old 13.1, something broke so I stayed at 14.0.0).
I don't know which of the two is responsible, but now, when I plug in an
external drive, it gets mounted twice. On my desktop I see the drive itself,
and the partition. For example, when I plug in my 16GB mac formated usb key,
I get both "14.8 GB removable device", mounted on /deb/sdg,
and "macUSBDrive", mounted on /dev/sdg1.
Of course the former throws an error if I try to open it.
This is not so bad and I can live with it, but I wonder where this is
distribution specific, machine specific or if you all see this too.
On Sunday 30 April 2017 16.36:34 dave wrote:
> after dumping about 4 minutes of TOP to a file I found the culprit.
> Nautilus causes this background change. now the question How did this
> app start in the first place?
What is your default Desktop manager? Nautilus being the default file manager
for gdm, I could imagine a link.
I've seen Gnome 3 bloquing TDE in some distributions. Maybe there is something
like that with Ubuntu? As I don't run Ubuntu and don't have nautilus
installed I never saw this behaviour.
in addition to what looks like the unity screen... the Kicker panel is
still there with the proper apps present and/or running and all icons
I remember this happening before, and I ended up deleting the .trinity
directory, losing all my settings,email etc. got to be an easy way.
All of a sudden one of my desktops changed to what looks like the Unity
display. Right click on desktop only shows new folder and organize by
name.If I add a desktop it switches to new desktop, while the other
desktop reverts back to TDE. If I delete the new desktop , the (unity)
desktop goes back to prior DT. I can't seem to make it permanently gone.
On Fri, Apr 21, 2017 at 12:54 PM, Peter Laws <plaws(a)ou.edu> wrote:
> But I can confirm that the AMD drivers aren't very good. The problem
> with konsole exists when I run Opera, too, in addition to Chrome. And
> I'm really tired of Firefox. :-)
Oh, and while on the topic ... When this system is replaced, which
graphics card should I get? I am NOT a heavy user of the video
capabilities of any card, just want something that Just Works. :-)
Peter Laws, BS, MRCP / N5UWY
National Weather Center / Network Operations Center
University of Oklahoma Information Technology
On 17-04-25 02:57 PM, Timothy Pearson wrote:
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>> Among the versions 12:04, 14:04 or 16:04 which presents the best
>> compatibility with the trinity and less known bugs?
> I would recommend 14.04 at this time. 16.04 is somewhat buggy even
> without TDE and 12.04 is old enough to cause problems on newer hardware /
> when attempting to run modern applications.
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I am using Trinity with Ubuntu 14.04 everyday and did not encounter any
OS specific bug for two years so I would recommend 14.04 too.
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