Whenever I insert a CD or DVD in my reader/burner, two things happen:
1) An application is automatically launched (kaffeine for DVDs, kscd for CDs
2) A popup window asks me what to do.
These two things are seemingly totally independent, because no selection I
make in the second case changes the first.
What settings control the autostart feature? Where are they stored? What GUI:s
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What the hell good is overstrike mode in KMail? I claim less than none.
(Apparently Piers Anthony disagrees...). I hate it!
Can I disable it somehow, somewhere? I couldn't find anything via Web
Well, that really wasn't much venting, was it?
I want to install the latest kde on my computer which has not a broadband
I want to use kontruct, and i can download the neccessary parckages on my
If i use
It does download the packages i want (not all , why?).
If i copy this file tree on ly other compouter and use
make install it will try to download again the packages.
Is anyway to force the kontruct to use the packages i allready downloaded?
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I had Klipper to autoload first (from the default install) and then I removed
it from the system tray telling it not to load every startup because I did
not find much use for it.
But now I am feeling the need for it and I cannot get it to startup everytime.
I can start it using KMenu > System > Desktop Applet > Klipper but there seems
to be no option in its configuration settings to make it autoload.
Please tell me how I can get it to autoload upon session login. Thank you.
something about /usr/X11/bin/kde but there's nothing regarding Klipper in
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subsisting on SUSE Linux 10.0 with KDE 3.5
Has anyone gotten the plptools-kde working in SUSE 10.0?
This package provides support for a new protocol prefix "psion:/" for
KDE. Any KDE application which uses KDE-conforming URLs, can access
files on the Psion. Furthermore, a plug-in for Konqueror's
file-properties dialog provides access to the Psion's proprietary file
attributes and information about the Psion's drives as well as generic
But I just cant seem to get it working.
On Friday 20 January 2006 02:10, Joshua Raphael Fuentes wrote:
> funny.. I never had that problem on my SUSE 10. But if those cases happen,
> it's always good to do a refresh on you KDE, or if not, you can always
> revert back to it's first run by deleting .kde inside your home. You will
> be left with defaults by then, so which means you will be spending time
> configuring and making adjustments to meet your desires.
Well, deleting .kde is not really an option for me, since I have way to many
things configured the way I want it, and bringing it all back is just not
something I want to deal with (unless it's absolutely necessary). Deleting
single config files is a different thing though. The days when I didn't mind
fiddling hours with my computer are gone ;-).
I'm trying to play a regular vcd on SUSE 10 64bit, but I can't seem to get
things going. I recalled having no problems with this on my SUSE Linux
Professional 9.3. I tried manually mounting /dev/cdrecorder to
/media/cdrecorder, and it managed to see the disk, meaning it was able to
read the disk. However when I tried playing the files avseq.dat, it was
still not able to play it.
So what do I lack here? what do I need to do or to install in order for me
to play a normal VCD
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Hello SuSE people,
Running 10.0 on 64 bit with recently upgraded KDE3.5. Don't know if these
problems are related or separate.
Stupid question I guess. Does amarok play CDs? I can't seem to load the CD
into the playlist. (Can't do it in XMMS neither) Used to work. Yet if I put a
music CD into my dvdrecorder KsCD opens it and plays it. (Would like to
change that behavior though - Autostart somewhere I guess?)
More info; If I put the CD into my cdrecorder Kscd opens, seems to be playing,
but I get no sound, And yes I have the little cable from the cdrecorder to
the mobo. No cable on the dvdrecorder which plays the music CD OK.
AND, Kmidi I can load that and it seems to be playing but I get no sound, yet
I can play midi files in Timidity.Would like to get that working so I can
hear the midis on web pages and emails.
All suggestions, comments, and ideas welcomed.
Today I noticed a strange behavior when I tried to change my desktop
wallpaper. When I try to browse for a new image file it will not show me any
jpg files, unless I remove the .jpg file extension (then they show up). I do
not have this problem with other applications. I know for sure that
everything worked normal before Christmas.
I made sure that the JPEG image settings are correct in the file associations
menu, and I also checked that those wallpaper images are readable. Other
images types do not have this problem (png, tif, xcf, etc, they all show up).
I use SUSE 10 and KDE 3.5.0 Level a (latest files from the ftp supplements
folder). Does someone else have those problems? Is this some glitch within
the SUSE RPMs? A problem with one or more config files? I couldn't find
anything in KDEs bug tracker. Google did not reveal anything useful either.