Trinity 14.0.6 preliminary.
Don't know if it is a feature of ksnapshot or a misconfiguration
somewhere from me, but it is getting absolutely annoying what happens.
I have a website, a document or whatsoever on my screen in full
A4-papersize. Now I want a printout of a small part of it. Call
ksnapshot, choose "region" "new snapshot" and then draw a border around
the desired part. Press "print" and then print it. Bull... I get a
print in landscape, useless and even worse not even the original layout
Stop ksnapshot, restart it and same procedure with again the same
Stop, restart, same procedure but no actual printing, instead I look
into the printer properties. And there, big surprise, landscape was
marked as to be printed BUT all 4 orientations were grayed out, so I
couldn't change that.
Checked in tdeprint the printersettings, nothing wrong, in "instances"
"settings" all 4 orientations were available and portrait was marked as
to be applied in the default printer.
Checked kprinter and of course the settings of tdeprint were there also
But then I had an idea. If I selected in ksnapshot a larger part of the
screen, say more than half A4, what would happen?
Yes, some ugly words from me and there it was: portrait was marked but
still all 4 possibilities grayed out.
So ksnapshot decides how it wants to print and doesn't leave the user a
chance to get a result, that he wants. Utterly bull....
Any suggestion, where I could look to alter this behaviour?
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?
Last post ack the list archives was in August 2017, after which the list
was silent, and my msgs were apparently routed to /dev/null. But I
My ISP has been known to block/bounce but pearsoncomputing.net was in
their "whitelist", I put it there yonks ago.
Anyway, I'm glad to be back.
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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On 05/19/2019 04:56 PM, deloptes wrote:
>> Amarok remove ( https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=921127 )
>> argues "it's dead upstream and better alternatives exist."
>> mp4v2 has 9 ignored security issues ( https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/mp4v2
>> ) so if it is possible to modify it in order to Amarpk does not depend on
>> mp4v2, then much better (Qt4/Qt5 Amarok versions do not depend on mp4v2).
> I think if we want to remove this dependency, we need to open an issue in
> TGW for it.
The problem becomes, and naturally so, that TDE may need to become upstream
for the various components of Amarok, or Amarok itself it upsteam support is gone.
There was a lengthy discussion on the openSuSE list about Amarok and
specifically whether a "better alternatives exist.". There were none found
that provided the traditional features or behavior of Amarok, which mitigates
in favor of patching Amarok and continuing to offer it. There were always
shortcomings in the supposed better alternatives that either required hacks or
workarounds, even for behavior as trivial as continual play.
Just another angle to consider. The openSuSE list discussion was within the
past 2-weeks, though I must have deleted that thread.
David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.
since upgrading from tde 3.5.13 to 14 and ubuntu precise to xenial (linux-4.4.0 and 4.15.0), the OK button in the "Advanced Permissions" dialog of Konquereor is not enabled any more.
The file system is ext4 with acl and user_xattr enabled.
Is this my local problem, or has any one else this issue too?
Looking in journal and Xorg.0.log I see no clues. X starts, but startx just starts
X and exits. Trinity-tdm is installed, but no other *dm, and I see no evidence of
its configuration in systemctl list-unit-files or systemctl list-units.
/var/log/tdm.log was last written over a year ago. Trinity tries to start using
startx /opt/trinity/bin/starttde, but a popup comes twice, then X exits:
"There was an error setting up inter-process communications for TDE. The messag
returned by the system was:
Could not read network connection list.
Please check that the "dcopserver" program is running!"
startx icewm works.
How does one do that, and why isn't there a TDM running?
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I have a PC with opensuse tumbleweed and trinity as desktop, all
Yesterday i upgrade the system and now i cant start the trinity
There was an erro setting up....... Could not read network connection
Check that DCOp server is running
So i check the the fileÂ HOME/.xsession-errors and found:Â
Autentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols
specidfied are supported and host-based authentication failed
I search in google and found 2 points:
1)The hostname, i change it and same DCOP problem
2)libICE problem. specifically problem with versionÂ
libice-1.0.9-2 to libice-1.0.10-1
i cant confirm the point 2. but plasma work fine. i dont know how
downgrade libice and i dont know how solve the problem