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On Wednesday 09 June 2004 07:15 am, Eric Jahn wrote:
> I use Suse 9.1, but I'm wondering why you wouldn't want to use yast for for
> setting up your printer. I use it at a Windows-based office to print to
> both network and local printers and Yast made it a piece of cake.
I am trying to set up a HP PSC 2110 all in one Printer, Copier, Scanner, and
the all in one machine use HPOJ driver and the setup instruction say to use
webmin (ie: localhost:631) and specificly caution against using Yast or Kde.
It also cautions against using a USB device as the connection for the
printer. The connection device in my case is ptal mlc:usb:PSC_2100_Series .
This connection device is only seen by webmin and not Yast or KDE printer set
It said Use Windows XP or better, so I installed SuSE Linux version 9.1
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i'm trying to break a long text line into some smaller
dcop kate EditInterface#1 insertText 0 4 "\n"
This line insert a \n string not a newline sign !?!
I have also tryed '\n', 0xa, `printf "\n"` - same effect.
Any idea ?
First I want to say that I'm new to this list and actually new to Suse at
all... I hope my request fits the netiquette down here, if not I'm very
I use Suse 9.0 professional for about a month now, and after installing a
new icon-set (?? that's really what I did before the problems did start),
I get the following error message when I start Konqueror, and some others
when I start some specific functions in Yast2. I include the
Konqueror-error in this post, if you want to see the other errors I can
send them to you.
I really hope you can help me with this!
#0 0x411dbfd6 in waitpid () from /lib/libpthread.so.0
#1 0x406bed30 in KCrash::defaultCrashHandler(int) ()
#2 0x411dabb1 in __pthread_sighandler () from /lib/libpthread.so.0
#3 <signal handler called>
#4 0x40a8090e in QImage::create(int, int, int, int, QImage::Endian) ()
#5 0x40a809d2 in QImage::create(QSize const&, int, int, QImage::Endian) ()
#6 0x40a7f7e6 in QImage::QImage(QSize const&, int, int, QImage::Endian) ()
#7 0x40a84d8e in QImage::smoothScale(QSize const&, QImage::ScaleMode)
#8 0x40a84b93 in QImage::smoothScale(int, int, QImage::ScaleMode) const ()
#9 0x406a2e3d in KIconLoader::loadIcon(QString const&, KIcon::Group, int,
int, QString*, bool) const () from /opt/kde3/lib/libkdecore.so.4
#10 0x4193bc44 in KGet_plug_in::KGet_plug_in(QObject*, char const*) ()
#11 0x4193c16b in KPluginFactory::createObject(QObject*, char const*, char
const*, QStringList const&) () from /opt/kde3/lib/kde3/khtml_kget.so
#12 0x406d3b61 in KLibFactory::create(QObject*, char const*, char const*,
QStringList const&) () from /opt/kde3/lib/libkdecore.so.4
#13 0x40058a38 in KParts::Plugin*
QObject*, char const*, QStringList const&)
() from /opt/kde3/lib/libkparts.so.2
#14 0x4005898f in KParts::Plugin*
const*, QObject*, char const*, QStringList const&, int*) () from
#15 0x4004a59a in KParts::Plugin::loadPlugin(QObject*, char const*) ()
#16 0x4004acbd in KParts::Plugin::loadPlugins(QObject*, KXMLGUIClient*,
KInstance*, bool) () from /opt/kde3/lib/libkparts.so.2
#17 0x400462b8 in KParts::PartBase::loadPlugins(QObject*, KXMLGUIClient*,
KInstance*) () from /opt/kde3/lib/libkparts.so.2
#18 0x4004625a in KParts::PartBase::setInstance(KInstance*, bool) ()
#19 0x41a7ddd9 in KHTMLPart::KHTMLPart(QWidget*, char const*, QObject*,
char const*, KHTMLPart::GUIProfile) () from /opt/kde3/lib/libkhtml.so.4
#20 0x4195c1c1 in KonqAboutPage::KonqAboutPage(QWidget*, char const*,
QObject*, char const*) () from /opt/kde3/lib/kde3/konq_aboutpage.so
#21 0x41956839 in KonqAboutPageFactory::createPartObject(QWidget*, char
const*, QObject*, char const*, char const*, QStringList const&) ()
#22 0x400543ef in KParts::Factory::createPart(QWidget*, char const*,
QObject*, char const*, char const*, QStringList const&) ()
#23 0x415b3cc9 in KonqViewFactory::create(QWidget*, char const*, QObject*,
char const*) () from /opt/kde3/lib/konqueror.so
#24 0x415a72ed in KonqFrame::attach(KonqViewFactory const&) ()
#25 0x41597b36 in KonqView::switchView(KonqViewFactory&) ()
#26 0x41598119 in KonqView::changeViewMode(QString const&, QString const&)
#27 0x415bd9f6 in KonqMainWindow::openView(QString, KURL const&,
KonqView*, KonqOpenURLRequest) () from /opt/kde3/lib/konqueror.so
#28 0x415a20c2 in KonqViewManager::loadItem(KConfig&,
KonqFrameContainerBase*, QString const&, KURL const&, bool) () from
#29 0x415a073f in KonqViewManager::loadViewProfile(KConfig&, QString
const&, KURL const&, KonqOpenURLRequest const&, bool) () from
#30 0x4159ffc8 in KonqViewManager::loadViewProfile(QString const&, QString
const&, KURL const&, KonqOpenURLRequest const&, bool) ()
#31 0x415a3fba in KonqMisc::createBrowserWindowFromProfile(QString const&,
QString const&, KURL const&, KParts::URLArgs const&, bool) ()
#32 0x4158e4f4 in KonquerorIface::createBrowserWindowFromProfile(QString
const&, QString const&) () from /opt/kde3/lib/konqueror.so
#33 0x4158e5be in
KonquerorIface::createBrowserWindowFromProfileASN(QString const&, QString
const&, QCString const&) () from /opt/kde3/lib/konqueror.so
#34 0x415da866 in KonquerorIface::process(QCString const&, QMemArray<char>
const&, QCString&, QMemArray<char>&) () from /opt/kde3/lib/konqueror.so
#35 0x4078b6a0 in DCOPClient::receive(QCString const&, QCString const&,
QCString const&, QMemArray<char> const&, QCString&, QMemArray<char>&) ()
#36 0x40785857 in DCOPProcessInternal(DCOPClientPrivate*, int, unsigned
long, QMemArray<char> const&, bool) () from /opt/kde3/lib/libDCOP.so.4
#37 0x4078504b in DCOPProcessMessage(_IceConn*, void*, int, unsigned long,
int, IceReplyWaitInfo*, int*) () from /opt/kde3/lib/libDCOP.so.4
#38 0x40797364 in KDE_IceProcessMessages () from /opt/kde3/lib/libDCOP.so.4
#39 0x4078c62b in DCOPClient::processSocketData(int) ()
#40 0x4078d8c6 in DCOPClient::qt_invoke(int, QUObject*) ()
#41 0x40ab669b in QObject::activate_signal(QConnectionList*, QUObject*) ()
#42 0x40ab67da in QObject::activate_signal(int, int) ()
#43 0x40de5d90 in QSocketNotifier::activated(int) ()
#44 0x40ad37f0 in QSocketNotifier::event(QEvent*) ()
#45 0x40a546d6 in QApplication::internalNotify(QObject*, QEvent*) ()
#46 0x40a539fe in QApplication::notify(QObject*, QEvent*) ()
#47 0x4064c5e9 in KApplication::notify(QObject*, QEvent*) ()
#48 0x40a40df5 in QEventLoop::activateSocketNotifiers() ()
#49 0x409fc1f6 in QEventLoop::processEvents(unsigned) ()
#50 0x40a68980 in QEventLoop::enterLoop() ()
#51 0x40a68876 in QEventLoop::exec() () from /usr/lib/qt3/lib/libqt-mt.so.3
#52 0x40a5496f in QApplication::exec() () from
#53 0x4158d47a in main () from /opt/kde3/lib/konqueror.so
#54 0x0804d8f3 in launch(int, char const*, char const*, char const*, int,
char const*, bool, char const*, bool, char const*) ()
#55 0x0804e71f in handle_launcher_request(int) ()
#56 0x0804eca8 in handle_requests(int) ()
#57 0x0804faf8 in main ()
since i did the update to KDE3.2.2
i can not save the position of my icons on the 2nd screen
the dropping is OK
every time KDE is restarted
they are all sorted on the 1st screen
if someone could tell me were the icon positions are saved
i could at least have a look if the file is writeable for my user
I have upgraded to SuSE 3.2.3 with the SuSE supplementary packages on SuSE 9.0
Pro and while a few bugs disappeared, I seem to be collecting more and was
wondering if these were known KDE bugs or are specific to the SuSE packages
and if anyone knows of fixes. I haven't seen anyone post anything on this
mailing list for the following problems (sorry if I missed any postings):
1) The submenu arrows on my k menu seem to be clipped. See screenshot:
I noticed I had kdebase 3.2.1 installed for a while when the rest of the
kdebase packages were 3.2.3 and the k menu was actually drawn correctly then,
strangely. But as soon as I upgraded kdebase to 3.2.3 the menu started
getting clipped again. It's as if the 'Most/Last Used Applications' title is
pushing the menu width out of the drawn area and I don't know why it was fine
when kdebase 3.2.1 was installed.
2) Klipper doesn't seem to save the clipboard contents when I exit KDE. If I
explicitely quit klipper, then it saves the clipboard contents, but it seems
as though klipper is getting killed off rather than closed when I exit KDE.
3) New windows appear under the current window with the focus, including a
karamba window, and the taskbar button for the new window flashes but it does
not get the focus. It used to be that new windows always appeared on top and
got the focus. This is really annoying, especially for dialog windows and I'm
sure it was working properly after upgrading to KDE 3.2.3 and has only just
started happening. I haven't upgraded X windows at all and in the KDE control
panel I have set focus to follow mouse with autoraise after 700ms, plus I
have smart window placement on, which is how it was set when it worked
4) Fairly frequently but not always, when filling in web forms with konqueror,
before I get a chance to start typing in a text box and only give the box the
keyboard focus, konqueror will freeze up for about 10 seconds, but the CPU is
not busy. konqueror doesn't freeze up in any other situation and didn't do
before KDE 3.2.2.
5) Although I have the sound notification setup in kget to make a sound when a
download starts and finishes, I don't get anything on the finish and only get
a sound on the start. This hasn't worked for a long while actually, maybe
6) karamba always crashes when I exit KDE. I have a simple karamba theme setup
to act just like the X Windows root-tail utility which works fine, but
crashes on exiting KDE. This is more of a curious annoyance than anything but
didn't happen with KDE 3.2.2.
Thanks for getting this far. I would appreciate even knowing if other people
are having the same issues and better still, if anyone has any fixes.
I cannot log in into KDE any more. All I get is KDM showing the accounts
but it is not possible to enter the passwords in the appropriate field.
There is definetely no problem with the keyboard as it is possible to
fill-in the account field with the use of the keyboard.
This effect did not happen after an update or the installation of new
patches but out of the blue after using the computer with different
software and a regular shutdown.
I am using SuSE 9.1 with KDE 3.2.3 and the newest patches from SuSE.
I would very much appreciate your help.
SuSE Linux 9.1 personal, kernel 2.6.xx, KDE 3.2.1...
I have Intel 82801DB-ICH4 sound card. It works, I can hear the sound.
I have 3 users: root, first_user, second_user. Now here's the problem.
CASE 1: for example, if I start first session as first_user I can hear the
sound, there's KAMix in systray and everything is fine. Then if I start new
(second) session as second_user the sound is gone. If I try to open KAMix it
gives me error: "direct access to sound device not possible" no soundcard
available or sound not configured yet. In control center - sound system, the
sound is enabled ... but... then if I start another (third) session as root
everything is ok. KAMix loads, sound works, I can change configuration, mute
CASE 2: if i start first session as root everything is ok. then if i start
second session eather as first or second user... sound does not work.
both users are members of audio group. what's the catch??? what am I missing
thanx for your answers
On Saturday 26 June 2004 07:54, Anders Johansson wrote:
> Hi Sabine
> On Saturday 26 June 2004 16.49, you wrote:
> > Yes I did, everything is normal and has the right settings. As I
> > mentioned, all I need to do is reactivate apply in the sound
> > control panel area and it works. No additional action is needed,
> > no changing of sound levels. Really weird I think.
> > Maybe someone knows which scripts are called when the apply
> > button is pressed?
> I think what happens is simply that artsd is started (or restarted)
> with the new settings. Did you check if artsd is running when you
> log in?
Yes, it does run. That was the first think I looked into.
So when I kill artsd (killall artsd) and restart it, sound works, but
I get the following error message:
ALSA lib pcm_hw.c:494:(snd_pcm_hw_start) SNDRV_PCM_IOCTL_START failed:
Killing artsd again: sound keeps working and artsd started itself
In order to get sound, I need to kill artsd and restart it. Is this
something that has to do with the error message? I actually don't
know what it means.
Any help is appreciated.