on my System (OpenSuSE 10.0) is the Datatrasfer to my usbstick very slow
(aoubt 20KB/s). Die device is automatically recognized and mounted.
mount returns the following:
/dev/sda1 on /media/usbdisk type subfs
On the usbstick is a fat filesystem.
On other Systems it works very well, the same the oher direction (from
stick too hd. is ok.)
Does anybody know what could be the reason of this slow datatrasfer?
thanx a lot.
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There is missing something that is useful for advanced users and would
be developers. That could be named "Programming Resources" as Linux is
really rich. Where to hook that in name space, logical place would be
Please let me know your opinion.
I used Konqueror, Firefox and Opera to see the Gallery of new files, and
all have the same problem no iconified preview of images that end with
png. After click on link there was the image, so I'm wondering is the
problem here or on the server side.
I don't know what's going on behind the scenes, but
where is the marketing side and the Novell/SuSE
OpenSuSE has important goals and at the moment the
frontpage it THE portal to openSuSE. Current subject
acknowledges there is demand to improve the frontpage
(or even the site) to better match the goals.
Since Novell supports the project and it is in both
OpenSuSE and Novells interest to make the project
succesfull by using all resources provided. So far I
have only read vague plans to start the lift-up /
redesign and mainly targeted to hope to get some
ideas/help from the starting community.
This sounds nice if the project was started by the
community from ground up, but this is OpenSuSE. We
already have a large user/knowledge base from the
corporate years besides the fresh open community.
The SuSE website was very good for years, build to
attract. Novell/SuSE adapted the concepts and there it
is still strong. Novell and SuSE have done a good job
so far to make (open)SuSE attractive by use of their
very well designed websites and their marketing
knowlegde. It is not hard to imagine why there is
demand for a lift-up/redesign with this in mind with
the current wiki look-and-feel and where to get some
solid startup help for this?
Maybe this sounds not-done from community perspective
to make it really a community project, but OpenSuSE
needs a good and solid start with help from both
Greg Mancusi-Ungaro should be available for the
marketing perspective for the lift-up and there must
be some talented Novell/SuSE design staff.
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The translation guide (I beg, not verified) say that the
names of the pages should be translated. This is nearly
impossible if we need a consistent localized wikis. This is
a proposal to cope with this.
* the need of translating the name
localized wikis are done mostly for people not able, not
willing or not wishing to read the english one. Such people
will probably be upset to see english title bars. Don't
forget that the page name is also the main title of the page
(and displayed so). So we need to translate the name.
* the need to keep the english name
It"s mostly for easy the interwiki links process. If any
name is translated, interwiki links become a one by one
control process. If ever an, said, spanish page is done from
the english one _after_ I already translate the french one,
I will never know and so fail to link it.
However the solution is pretty simple:
It's to keep the english name for a page only containing a
There are two ways of doing so. first create the english
name page, then move (rename) it, the redirect is done
automatically. or second if the localized page is already
there, create the english name page and fill it with
#REDIRECT [[localized page]]
Then in all pages, translated or not :-), add
(all the localized wikis)
so as soon as the link will be created it will be activated
in the sidebar. Is not active, it will be shown as a red
"see also" link at the bottom of the page, wich if not
I intended to create just a page for the categories of articles available in
German, yet ended up with something like a start-page.
It uses the arrangement of the German wikipedia frontpage. Since wikipedia has
been around for some time, people are used to it and I thought there was no
need to re-invent the wheel.
It is not finished yet, but before I put more effort into it and the page ends
up being rejected, I wanted to ask whether this looks good as a proposal for
the German startpage, or whether I should just stick to categories-pages.