I have a problem in cups printer with samba
i installled samba + cups
from windows pcs i installed printer it is installed
if i given a printout it is not printed it hold in queue but not
printing ( samba printer installed and cups also configured )
i am using fedora 9 in my linux box with usb cable printer is connected
from server box also samba printer not able to printing
if i connect and installed locally to linux box
linux box is printing well but not getting through samba printing
I installed printer drivers from linuxprinting.org
I want to your idea to clear this one with your valuable suggestion
I am Jain Basil Aliyas, an Engineering Student from Kerala. I am pursuing
Computer Science & Engineering, in Govt. Engineering College, Thrissur.
I am glad to join the vibrant community FEDORA-INDIA. I was approved as an
Ambassador of Fedora Project and this is high time that I am having
This is my Personal Wiki Page
I hope to get all sort of supports from all friends in this community
Jain Basil Aliyas
I am fedora ambassador at jaipur/rajasthan.
I am also the local contact for free media distribution at my place,
and currently handle upto 7 or 8 requests a month for the fedora
media.seems to me it's popularity is increasing at a steady rate.
I am also doing testing for fedora 11 alpha for the xorg-ati-drivers.
i have conducted a few small workshops at my college, introducing
people to linux and fedora and also plan to do a install fest of an
average magnitude in around april, so shall contact you about the
resources being needed then..
And offcourse i'd like to continue representing fedora being its
Hello I am with Fedora and want to be it's Ambassdor for ever.
I am distributing the DVDs among those students of wbut who want to go
for Linux.Right now i am trying to make aware of people of wbut
regarding fedora and going to give some demostration in schools.Even
wbut is going to organize its tech fest, i am trying to make it open
source tech fest using fedora.
i am trying to organize more events so that i can easily popularize the fedora.
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Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Ashwin Mansinghka wrote:
>> Has anyone successfully used qemu+kvm for virtualization with Fedora
>> 10 ?
> Sure. That's a very common setup. I use it every day and so do a lot
> of people around me. What is the real question?
Tried it today on a server with VT support enabled using the
"virt-install" (as I prefer console based tools) tool on Fedora 10 (64
bit) host. Tried the instructions as available at
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Virtualization_Quick_Start. Tried to
install a RHEL3 (32 bit) guest.
Did not work out, the attempt failed with the script existing with
errors as below :.
File "/usr/lib64/python2.5/site-packages/libvirt.py", line 892, in
createLinux if ret is None:raise
libvirtError('virDomainCreateLinux() failed', conn=self) libvirtError:
socket closed unexpectedly
Any pointers to tried and tested Howto's / Guides would be helpful.
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Date: Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 8:00 PM
Subject: Fedora Test Day - CrashCatcher
This week's Test Day will focus on a very cool feature for Fedora 11 ...
CrashCatcher. As noted in the feature page ,
"it collects necessary data about the crash, generates a report
with all information and based on user interaction sends it to
some bug reporting system."
Developers Zdenek Prikryl and Jiri Moskovcak will be available for
discussion+guidance. In addition, both Martin Koci and Radek Biba will
help drive testing for the event.
Please join #fedora-qa this Thursday, February 26, 2009 to get an early
preview of crash-catcher and help shake out as many bugs as possible.
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I installed fedora 10 in text mode but the first reboot couldnt log me in ,i.e.
the system did not comeup and the system would only work with these boot
options "acpi=off nomodeset pci=msi" and none of them could be excluded and
once the system is up and running in cli mode, and when did "startx", the
display which came up was slow i.e. the reaction of the mouse pointer and the
opening and closing of applications window was quite slow.But also that the
display worked fine at times,but this was just at sometimes.
My machine has seen successful installation and working of other distros like
ubuntu 8.04 & 8.10 ,opensuse 11 and mandriva 2009.But fedora has experiencing
The above problem has also been filed as a bug at
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/485618 , kindly refer and help..
Tech Talk by Pradeepto and Susmit
The talk at BHU while not a jam packed affair did get the interested
parties on their toes. The talk was spread over 3 days with the first
being a general evangelical talk being given by Pradeepto on FOSS. The
tech talk the following day was more KDE-centric and
technical in nature and intended to get the students into the loop.
The last talk delivered by Susmit on the 3rd day was on Fedora in
particular, to get to know about the fedora system.
The first talk delivered by Pradeepto dwelt on what is the
real meaning of "free." There after he told us about where the student
community comes into the picture and by suggesting real examples he
told us why it is NOT difficult to join in. Then he told us a bit
about GSOC- what it was, what were its aim, etc?
The talk the following day was intended to be more
programmer-centric and as such Pradeepto gave us examples in KDE
programming(or as such Qt programming for that matter). We were also
told about how "bindings" can allow us to use our favorite language of
choice for performing stuff intended to be done by some other
language. After the formal talk was over students had an informal
discussion with him about what are the "in" things, what now, what
languages to learn, etc.
On the 3rd day as we had a power outage Susmit couldn't give
a formal presentation. But not to worry he quickly switched over to
the Q&A mode. Students brimming with questions asked their doubts
about fedora and how we too could have a mirror. There after when the
power did come back- Susmit told us about what packages are available
in fedora and how and why fedora is different from other Linux
distros. He told us about how fedora encourages upstream development
and why fedora is more developer friendly. Finally it was topped off
with Fedora DVDs to the interested candidates and flurry of exchanging
contacts and making friends :)
And thus came to an end an eventful 3 days in BHU, Varanasi.