> You appear to have given your machine a name that won't resolve via
> public dns (.home doesn't exist), and that you haven't added to the
> local machine lookups.
I am confused. The "home.3" domain is added by my 3g-to-wlan router
for sure via dhcp.
Could it be that dhclient was changed to set also the domain
distributed over dhcp, and this is the reason why this issue started
~1 month ago?
However, when I execute the hostname command, I get "user-pc.erdberg"
- where erdberg is the domain of another network I frequently use the
laptop (and also probably have installed it).
> to the 127.0.0.1 and ::1 entry lines in your /etc/hosts file.
Thanks for the hint, I'll give it a try tomorrow.
In the past, I have always set my default browser to Dillo, which
is very fast and very safe; and it usually shows me at least enough to
guess reasonably well whether I want to go on, switch to another browser,
or skip the site.
I've managed to make it a partial default (under xfce4 in F18).
Pan, for instance, routinely opens links in Dillo. Alpine, however, does
not. (I run Alpine on a remote host, over ssh; is that relevant? It does
Like so many other things of late, the software to set default
choices seems to have been moved to some new place, without leaving a
spoor behind to follow. So the place I found to set defaults is quite
likely not the main one. What is??
Beartooth Staffwright, Neo-Redneck Not Quite Clueless Power User
Remember I have precious (very precious!) little idea where up is.
The viewing ot the attached file is correct with xpsd and acroread,
but is wrong with evince.
The correct character is a \Delta with the wrong character for me
Would you know what is wrong?
Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdupre(a)gmx.com
Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale | |
Tel. (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12 | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
I'm voting for Cinnamon, since the developer of compiz isn't interested
in keeping it going. But maybe if MATE was the default for Fedora he'd
change his mind? Or someone else would take over?
Software Developer, Rocket Aldon
6001 Shellmound St. Ste. 600 · Emeryville, CA 94608 · USA ·
I already know my way around nonlinear video editing on Linux. This
time I'm looking for pointers to general information useful for the
procedure below, as well as tips on the best software and hardware
peripherals to do it on Fedora boxes.
My relatives asked me to "make sense" of the family home made videos.
So I should transform an ugly mess of already existing analog or
digital movies of ALL sorts into one archive of digital video clips
ready for later editing.
"ALL sorts" means everything from VHS and DV tapes to home-made DVDs
and NEVER edited footage by assorted camcorders, smartphones, digital
"later editing" means that the "ONLY" thing I'm supposed to do now is:
- capture the video from FireWire camcorders, VHS players etc, when
not already on file
- discard all the useless scenes (like those ten-minutes-long close
ups of the ground of the inside of a backpack, because somebody
forgot to turn the camcorder off and started walking...)
- convert all what's left, regardless of its origin, in clips in one
open digital format. Possibly lossless, possibly able to carry some
metadata inside like author, comments, subject tags...
all the real editing and "publishing", like mixing clips, adding
effects, titles and soundtracks, uploading to YouTube, burning to DVD,
whatever.. will happen later, if/when somebody feels like it. I "just"
have to prepare the raw video archive, that is to save the footage
(minus the useless scenes) all in one place. Therefore, the questions
what do you think is the best "one, open digital format" (assuming it
exists...) that would make it possible later editing and transcoding,
with the smallest possible degradation? What forums or online
tutorials would you recommend to know more on this?
What Fedora-compatible video capture hardware should I buy to hook VHS
players, Firewire camcorders... to my computer?
what tools do you recommend (command-line stuff is OK) for grabbing
the video from that hardware, transcoding and saving to disk only
specified parts automatically (meaning connect the VHS player, then
tell Fedora "save by yourself only the first 5:30 minutes, then from
minute 40:20 to 43:10, of the incoming video")
Thanks a lot for any feedback
On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 1:58 PM, g <geleem(a)bellsouth.net> wrote:
> yes, i am aware.
You are not in aware of what you talk and say. Asking questions is not
being a troll!!
Further you yourself seem a troll.
how would I go about accessing a scanning device that is connected via
The device is an OKI MB441 and supports TWAIN and WSD (whatever that is
...). Google hasn't been helpful at all with this. Everyone seems to
assume that you would connect the scanner to a computer through USB,
SCSI or a parallel cable and make the scanner available on the network
through the computer it is connected to by running saned on the
I have it the other way round, the scanner is on the network and I want
to access it from my computer via network.
Fedora release 19 (Schrödinger’s Cat)