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    Hello philio, Thanks for explaining how to...

    Hello philio,

    Thanks for explaining how to start pulseaudio as a daemon in the startup files (starting it in /etc/rc.local would have been possible as well). I am well aware of this. Sorry I...
  2. Orca and Firefox weren't working together for...

    Orca and Firefox weren't working together for quite a while in ALL Linux distros, until the bug was discovered: It was simply an unexpected location of libraries, which is being fixed by symlinking...
  3. ADRIANE WWW/elinks instructions

    elinks is a very fast and complex text web browser, also capable of javascript, cookies and other things that are required by some web pages in order to access them. From the beginners point of view,...
  4. orca/iceweasel communication broken

    Before the release, I tried to get iceweasel to talk with the current gnome 3.4 orca release using various tricks, environment variables and settings, but no luck.
    It seems that orca is...
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    whether or not to use network-manager for static IPs

    Network-Manager is a daemon that listens to interfaces statuses and selects a configuration based on wireless SSIDs or user interaction. It is not a graphical program by itself, but interacts with...
  6. Repaired

    It's a bug. The wrapper script checks for a hibernating NTFS partition, which is dangerous to mount rw, since Windows will destroy data when waking up and ignoring all changes you made.

    In X mode,...
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    It seems your graphics card does not work well...

    It seems your graphics card does not work well with free drivers, so I would suggest to disable accellerated graphics ad use framebuffer or non-3d mode. I'm not convinced that the proprietary drivers...
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    Your description sounds to me as if the card is...

    Your description sounds to me as if the card is formatted with an ExFAT file system. This file system is supported first in Knoppix 7.0.4, so it may be worth a try. :-)

    Regards
    -Klaus
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    Which graphics chipset do you have? I think...

    Which graphics chipset do you have?

    I think that one of the 6.x series was the last one to have the gma500 acellerated driver, which was unfortunately dropped for newer X servers. Since Kernel...
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    I've seen the occasional "blank" 2 or 3 times...

    I've seen the occasional "blank" 2 or 3 times directly after starting up when using the framebuffer gma500_gfx on an eeepc 1101 HA, but surprisingly, it goes away after a while. It may be related to...
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    Announcement in progress ;-)

    Apoligies again. I failed to announce 7.0.3 at all because of time constraints, and (as usual) uploaded the new 7.0.4 images before announcing so they have time to distribute across the mirrors. I'm...
  12. GTK3/Metacity problem

    The reason is that metacity from Debian/unstable, compiled with GTK3, no longer supports custom keybindings. For some reason yet unknown to me, the code was removed from the source. Since I depend on...
  13. The wl drivers are here

    Sorry about this, I forgot to install the broadcom-sta-modules package right after updating the kernel to 3.2.4 in the final version. But you can find the packages here (for both 32 and 64 bit this...
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    Thanks for finding this! I totally missed it,...

    Thanks for finding this! I totally missed it, probably because checkinstall worked "accidentially" with german locales, since the $TITLE contains a single word there and this fixes the wrong syntax,...
  15. Thread: Knoppix V6.7.0

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    Re: Chromium and remastering Knoppix

    Ok, though I had the opposite impression, chromium being very elegant and slim, with focus on the "content" part which fills over 90% of the screen, and no unnecessary buttons or status bars, the...
  16. Thread: Knoppix V6.7.0

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    Chromium and remastering Knoppix

    May I know why you think so?



    I may have to do this sooner or later, since space is tight on the CD.
    However, it will not save too much space, since the largest part is the Libreoffice core.
    ...
  17. Thread: Knoppix V6.7.0

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    CD image size & flash

    It fits on a standard 700 MB CD-R (which may contain up to 737280 bytes). Flash should work OK if installed via the flashplugin-nonfree Debian package, though you have to enable the plugin in...
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