I've encountered an extremely degraded performance for all SDL based
applications / games on 10.1 Beta1. Drawing the application window is
so slow that one can watch it being drawn from top to bottom.
An game where this can be observed are for example Battle for Wesnoth.
Just start the game and observe the title screen: it takes perhaps 0.1
- 0.2 seconds to be drawn instead of being there instantaneously.
But all other SDL based games behave the same, even the
sample-applications of SDL itself.
Can others confirm this behaviour? I'm running the supplied
radeon-driver on an ATI RV350 (Radeon 9600). Does this happen with
other platforms / graphics drivers too ?
This doesn't occur on my Debian system, which also uses X.Org 6.9.0
with Radeon-driver on x86-64, so it's somehow SuSE related.
with an older SUSE version, I had problems using bluetooth:/ in
Konqueror - it found a friend's mobile phone, but showed only an empty
file list for it.
It turned out that the backend applications (obexftp etc. - just search
for bluetooth in YaST sw_single) were not installed - but there was no
warning in Konqueror and no package depency that installed the required
Unfortunately, I don't have a bluetooth device to do tests and therefore
can't test if this problem is still existent in 10.1 beta.
Can someone test it, please?
Here's how to reproduce:
- uninstall all bluetooth-related packages (search for "bluetooth" in
Yast), except the kdebluetooth package, and do not break depencies, of
- enter bluetooth:/ in Konqueror, connect to a device that offers files
- check if any of the files are displayed in Konquerors file listing
If you get an empty list without any error message, the bug is still
there. Just tell me and I'll enter a bug report.
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I had to do several steps to use nfsv4 in SUSE. There is not much
documentation around nfsv4 at the time. Maybe it could be helpful to write a
README.SUSE so that more people could use/test nfsv4. Comments welcome!
1. First set up some principal and made a keytab (/etc/krb5.keytab) for the
server and client host/<FQDN> and nfs/<FQDN> (des-cbc-crc:normal only)
2. Activated nfs4 and gss in /etc/sysconfig/nfs
3. Had to make a missing directoy:.mkdir /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs/nfs (BUG?!)
4. Edited /etc/exports: added /home gss/krb5
5. Then I had to load some modules modprobe auth_rpcgss rpcsec_gss_krb5 .
Also added this to MODULES_LOADED_ON_BOOT to the file /etc/sysconfig/kernel
6. ln -s /usr/lib/libgssapi_krb5.so.2 /usr/lib/libgssapi_krb5.so or
8. Changed localhost to my domain name in /etc/idmap.conf
9. Started all needed Daemons nfsserver, idmap, svcgssd at the server and
idmap and gssd at the client
10. Mounted the Partition: mount -t nfs4 -o sec=krb5 beta:/ /nfs/beta/
I noticed that XFS was not an option when partitioning for 10.1 beta1.
Is this something that will come later?
Glenn Holmer (Linux registered user #16682)
"Greater coherence cannot be achieved. Not even the
Netherlanders have managed this." -Anton Webern
I have a problem that comes from the update from alpha 2 to 3, and the last
weekend I upgraded to beta 1, and the problem continues. I opened the bug
144652, and I have no adecuate response.
Other user has comment the same problem with alpha 3:
After the last upgrade to beta1, I try to reinstall preload, and I got:
Output from preload-0.2-7@i586:
insserv: Service boot.coldplug has to be enabled for service boot.preload
insserv: exiting now!
error: %post(preload-0.2-7.i586) scriptlet failed, exit status 1
I do'nt find boot.coldplug, in /etc/init.d
In what package are the script boot.coldplug ?
I was looking around the last few days for a replacement for the (my opinion) crappy gtk_qt_engine. As far as I know this package is unmaintained at freedesktop.org and creates a lot of problems (like with eclipse, which I use permanently). Besides when using GTK-based apps under KDE with gtk_qt_engine, they look very [CENSORED] in many ways.
I found the very promising project qtcurve (http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=5065) which provides a unified widget theme engine for QT, GTK2 and GTK1. There are binary packages for Suse at Guru's RPM page (http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/rpm-navigation.php?cat=/Themes/qtcurve).
After some testing I think this is a very good replacement for gtk_qt_engine and I would like to vote for inclusion of this package into one of the next Suse/openSUSE releases.
What do you think?
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I tried (unsucessfully) to compile the vmmon modules using both with
vmware-any-any-update94 using linux 2.6.15-git12-6-default SUSE kernel
It errors out.
I was wondering if anyone else has been to install
VMware-workstation-5.5 on SUSE 10.1 B1?
I haven't had much time to research the problem but I did post
extracts of the error messages over at the vmware community.
Here is the url
More sub packages have been split out. This should have been done the
first go around, but better now than later.
The following packages have been added:
And for gtk-sharp 1.0.10:
If you're using gtk-sharp-complete or gtk-sharp2-complete in
neededforbuild, you won't need any changes (thanks Rudi!).