I'm running FC10 on 3 systems - 2x 32-bit (DELL GX260, D810 laptop)
and 1x 64-bit (AMD quad).
After applying all the recent updates, the D810 and AMD box are fine.
Unfortunately, on the GX260 I can no longer log on - the Gnome logon
panel appears to have all buttons in the bottom row and my user ID
button displayed (low intensity) and inactive.
This is my DNS, DHCP and Samba server, and these services continue to
work in the background. Recommendations as to the appropriate bugzilla
component for reporting the problem, and any first-pass problem
resolution advice would be appreciated. I've checked the mailing list,
but nothing popped up as relevant.
out of the loop (I skipped F9), I have vlc and gstreamer-bad/ugly installed.
Totem plays mp3's and xvids fine, but vlc is choppy as heck. Given that totem
is not exactly what I would prefer to use, how does one fix vlc?
I'm running a two-display setup with my laptop (Dell Precision M65) as
screen 0 and a second LCD screen as screen 1 (through the proprietary
This works perfectly fine in gnome. If I log in with KDE I get a
desktop, toolbars etc. on Screen 0, but only the desktop background on
Screen 1 (no icons, no toolbar, no menu when right-clicking). I had
the same problem in F9, where I just gave up and started using Gnome.
Has anyone experienced anything similar/have any tips on how to fix
this? I'd really like to go back to KDE soon :)
This is with a fully updated F10 install in addition to:
[OFF TOPIC]: Gimp
I was reading Gimp on Gimp's website and
discovered that there was something called
Gap. It was not clear to me if this was
already built in, is a plugin, or a separate
application to be downloaded and installed.
If Gap is already built-in, how does one
K3b is a piece of work...
I have 2 CD/DVD burner drives
Fedora doesn't like the Plextor...I guess
after downloading F10 for 9.5 hours, I tried to burn a ISO-DVD.
The simplest operation?
I wasted 4 blanks making 3 final copies that haved been checked to be good!.
The Plextor would get an error and then hang K3B
I'd kill it with kill -9 and then the drive would be locked up and even hung the eject command.
I had to reboot to open the drive. Sometimes I have to reboot to do a second operation!
and even once the "bring things back" facility had the #$%& thing running again.
OH YES! an old error reported forever
When making an ISO DVD, the verify write facility still doesn't work
even on the Sony drive. It says "couldn't find a DVD to verify.
Make things easy: if there is an error:
(1) release the drive announcing ithat the DVD is no longer blank!
(2) eject the DVD
(3) terminate all processes and subprocesses that stay running(i.e. die and go away)
(4) work on the program some more.
During the installation of Fedora 10 I choose UK for the keyboard
layout, but I when I log in gnome is using American layout.
If I add the UK in System->Preferences->Hardware->Keyboard it seems to
not make difference. I make it the default, but again, the layout is
On a system I have installed clean F10 the powersave kicks in on the monitor
just fine if set in the screensaver area in gnome for a logged in user.
However if the user logs out, then the screen blanks out after some period
as expected, but the monitor does not go into powersave any any point.
Can someone tell me where the settings are for the timings for these two
features of GDM? I presume that this is something that can be set somewhere?
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