Can anyone help please?
I've lost everything on the tool-bar on a clients machine apart from the
quick start icons! I was adjusting the behaviour, number of desktops etc. to
be the same as my home machine to ease talking the client through tasks.
That was fine. I then restarted the machine because I wanted to check the
BIOS (made no changes) and when it came back up, the clock, mixer, desktop
selection etc had all gone apart from the left-hand Icons for the menu,
The extra windows still exist and all the settings look right. I've seen
this once before on a box that was used by a pupil in an exam, it came back
in the same condition, I assumed that the pupil had been fiddling. Since I
had to rebuild the machine anyway, I never bothered to try and fix it.
Old hat now but...
Does anyone else see this behaviour?
When using the 'Control Centre' to install/remove software, the search field
rarely becomes active (unable to make it have focus) unless I first select
'Check Dependencies', this is more likely to be the case on slower machines.
Is there a fix (or maybe a reason) for not being able to immediately
re-select a module in the 'Control Centre'? I find it very irritating having
selected an option and then having to select another option before I can
select it again.
This is somewhat more than you've asked for, but does satisfy your criteria, but have you looked at Moodle?
From: Miles Berry [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sat 11/13/2004 7:52 AM
Subject: [suse-linux-uk-schools] Questionnaire design and implementation
Is anyone on this list aware of any open source packages to do
questionnaire design and implementation, ideally in a LAMP environment
(Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP etc), with export of results in a spreadsheet?
I'm aware that it's not too bad to code something like this by hand, but
finding the time to do that is another matter!
I'm looking for something like http://www.surveymonkey.com/ that we
could run on our own server.
Thanks in anticipation,
St Ives School Haslemere
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Just got suse 9.2, looks very impressive, and updated from 9.1 great.
I have a few problems
1. On the login screen its saying suse 9.0 !!! (which seems odd really),
however I can put up with this.
2. Once logged in, i get a dialog box up with desktop error,
Could not start process, unable to create io slave
Klauncher said : unknown protocol devices.
What can i do to stop this?, or what could be causing the error?, I
have tried to run klauncher and it said it's only called by kdeinit, so
how can I investigate the error, and perhaps remove the offending line,
Am I right in thinking what ever is launched by this appears in the
window at the bottom right, next to the clock, (like in windows), the
Thanks for any help
I have just received suse 9.2 update. The new cd case looks very nice and the manual is nice and detailed.
I am about to upgrade from 9.1 to 9.2, As I have 3d nvidia support working are there any issues I may come across. Or should the current settings just move over, from 9.1 (xfree86) to 9.2 (x.org)
I will back up anyway,
ok, I give up trying to send sample, posters, I sent the set and it
said no more than 512mb so I sent one at 300kb and it it like that
either, so if anyone is interested in them just email me and I'll send
them to you.
This message was recently posted to my local LUG mailing list:
> After seeing the walls of my sister's ICT lab in her school in Harrogate I
> feel compelled to try and gather some good OSS/Linux posters to in some way
> dilute all the microsoft posters. I'm especially interested in getting a
> good Linux poster to go next to the microsoft anti-piracy one. Not one of
> the microsoft posters give a positive message about computers. They're all
> "Keep Patched", "Use Antivirus", "Don't Pirate". Ugh, it makes me cringe.
> Any of you fine folk know of a good source of such things?
Anyone know of any good posters, or should we design some!
I am looking in my trusty linux in a nutshell and see that typing --root with
an rpm file will presumably install in a specified directory? I want to
upgrade some rpm files on a managed server and need it to happen in the
virtual directory rather than the server's root. Can anyone tell me yeah or
De omnibus dubitandum
CC3 is Campus Connect - RM's version of Microsoft networking, as
modified by them. It includes things like building menus into the
network card boot prom, or modifying the boot version of windows on the
local drive so you get menus appearing before login; and access to
software is menu controlled.
Given it's all MS-related it's not surprising to see IIS popping up....
From: Paul Sutton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 05 November 2004 19:27
To: suse schools
Subject: [suse-linux-uk-schools] RM CC3 NETWORK
Just seen a job advertised for an ICT network technician, one of the
requirements is a knowledge of RM CC3, could someone please fill me in
on what this is, I did go a google search, and did not really find very
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Just seen a job advertised for an ICT network technician, one of the requirements is a knowledge of RM CC3, could someone please fill me in on what this is, I did go a google search, and did not really find very useful information.
Found a few links to close combat 3, (much better methinks) lol. I have also found references to crocodile clips 3, which is even less useful, I think it stands for community connect 3.
It seems as part of this it uses IIS for web services, (yuk) which I guess that means it runs on Doze, (when are RM going to move to the 21st century and offer Linux), do they not realise that Gartner don't recommend IIS, and that over 50% of the worlds web servers run Apache I think. )