On Wed, Jan 17, Joss Winn wrote:
*Audio CDs are not recognised and won't mount
Audio CDs have no filesystem, so noone can mount it. MacOS has a feature
to show you the tracks, we don't have it yet.
*MOL doesn't work after following instructions
What does not work? mol must match the kernel version, this was not
always the case in 7.0 (with the update kernels).
*USB Zip drive is not recognised
You have no load the module usb-storage, its possible that you need a
newer kernel. 2.2.18 should be fine.
*I have an NTT-ME MN 28mini USB ISDN TA and I'd
like to get 64/128k
rather than using the 56k Apple internal modem.
Never heard about that, try 2.2.18. I don't know how to setup a USB
modem, just have a look at support.suse.de.
*I have a USB Kritter web cam that would be nice to
*I suppose a Firewire CD burner (QueFire) is out of the question??
*iSUB Audio Speaker?
this loads the usb audio module, it works at least with cube audio.
*My keyboard is the standard Japanese keyboard (I live
in Japan) but
choosing the Japanese keymap doesn't work.
What is wrong? Wrong keymap? No japanese fonts?
*The latest KDE2 downloaded from suse today gives the
foloowing error at
login: "could not read network connection list. Check that dcopserver is
running". The beta on the install CDs and a 2.0 version I have from
another CD don't give me any errors and I can log in OK.
Adrian should know what this means.
$ man clone
Main feature not yet implemented...