Regarding the so called wishlist queues, i think that is causing some
evolution of fedora. The blocking of some basic and really needed
like the gnome menu editing, is putting fedora some steps behind. If
versions are always being released why not activate those features,
that are really needed. Everyone knows that they aren't expected to work
Ehh... "Everyone knows that they aren't expected to work at 100%" What?
I would be seriously pissed if i had tried to edit my menu, and it
completely screwed up on me, ending with ex. deleting all my menu items.
I thought there stood somewhere "fedora is not supposed to become a
dumping ground for old, unsupported software that don't work right"?
Doing so would be completely wrong. Linux today has a big red "top
quality" stamp - and we should be very carefull not to loose that stamp.
i'm using KDE in FC2 and find the default desktop icon space is rather small. how
to enlarge the default value?
Thanks & Regards
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In between bugfixes I managed to hack up a pretty cool feature. A
program that allows you to easily share files on a network without
having to configure anything. Its not production quality yet, and it
lacks some UI, but it seems to work.
You can get rpms to try it at:
Just install them and start gnome-user-share, then toggle
the /desktop/gnome/file_sharing/enabled key using gconf-editor or
gconftool-2. You should get a $HOME/Public directory which is exported
via webdav, and it should immediately be visible in the "Network"
location in Nautilus 2.7/2.8 on all machines on the local network.
Please test it out.
Alexander Larsson Red Hat, Inc
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powers of an insect. She's a hard-bitten gypsy widow from a different time and
place. They fight crime!
On Fri, 2004-09-10 at 18:14, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Due to various issues with candidate trees so far, Test 2
> has been pushed out one week, to September 20th.
> Updated schedule is at:
Hmm, with this change, Test 2 is going to be after the final
GNOME-2.8 package releases. If we can get the final packages past
the release managers, I think we should get them in; the value of
getting the Test 2 testing with the newer packages I think
outweighs the small chance of causing additional problems.
Hello. I am a senior CS major at James Madison University. I am
working on a research project that uses 73 flat screen monitors in one
large, wrap-around visualization wall. Each CPU is running Fedora Core
1. The visualization is great, but on every computer you can still see
the mouse icon. We were able to hack together a solution to hide the
mouse icon when we were using redhat 8. We were just hoping that
someone knew how to remove/hide the mouse icon in Fedora Core 1. Any
help is appreciated, thanks for your time ~ Justin Creasy