Le mardi 12 avril 2011 à 15:08 -0400, Michael Hill a écrit :
I installed openSUSE from the GNOME 3 Live CD (thanks, Frederic!), jumping ship from another distro where GNOME 3 isn't a priority. It's mostly terrific, but I'm having a few small issues.
- How do I disable Automatic Login? It seems obvious, pulling up
User Accounts with My Account in the myname pull-down, but the switch has no effect. The GDM login seems to be accessible only if I power on and then log out.
User Accounts doesn't yet support the "SUSE way" to handle autologin, we need to fix that. Until it is fixed, as Sankar suggested, use "YaST -> User and Group Management -> Expert Options -> Login Settings -> Auto Login"
- The Flash plug-in works in Firefox, but is simply missing in
Epiphany. Is there a way to implicitly specify its use in Epiphany? Is swfdec-mozilla a reliable alternative?
gnash, as suggested by vuntz, epiphany doesn't allow gtk2 "based" plugins for now (like flashplayer)
- Not a big deal, but my cheap and badly-supported (by HP) LaserJet
1020 is recognized but is not receiving print jobs. I followed the 11.3 howto for installing the proprietary driver, but no success. I recently upgraded the printer's firmware to work with my wife's iMac, but it isn't working there, either. When I plugged it into Ubuntu the first time, I was told a driver needed to be downloaded and everything happened automatically.
This doesn't seem GNOME 3 specific.