Today’s chapter in that regard started with a bug report about the bootloader being installed in the wrong device name (/dev/vda instead of /dev/vdb) in an emulated PowerPC machine in openQA. We know some of our readers enjoy our more technical posts and like to lurk into the kitchen to see how we deal with all kind of surprises maintaining a complex tool like YaST.
Fedora avec l’environnement de bureau Plasma Desktop de KDE est un système d’exploitation puissant, basé sur Fedora, qui utilise l’environnement de bureau.
Do you have any links to instructions on how to do this please & would i be able to promote it on ebay with link to the download page. Hi, i am so impressed with robolinux and how easy it is to use and install printers that I am considering being an afilliate to promote this excellent operating system and maybe make a small amount of money as well.
The moral of this story — you may want to remove drivers not installed from official F21 repositories before the upgrade to F22 and later install them back again if they are available for F22 at this point. But either way if you upgrade, you may have to deal with drivers again. 🙂 Or you may want to postpone the upgrade if there isn’t proprietary nVidia drivers available for F22.
Essas são as mais populares distribuições Linux, mas quais são as suas diferenças e qual delas é a melhor.
Bear in mind that, along with the graphical interface, YaST ships a text based one which is supposed to fit in good old-fashioned 80×24 terminals. That’s an interesting constraint when you are designing interfaces for YaST. Among the bugs we closed during this sprint, we would like to highlight a usability problem in YaST services manager.
Interfaces should use basic colors and include only essential buttons. You want things simple — some would even say basic. You don’t put any icons on your desktop, and if the interface doesn’t let you do so, even better. If an application doesn’t have many options or features, that’s fine. You don’t need that extra weight anyway. Every extra toolbar or button is a distraction that gets in the way of what you want to do.
In Windows, I park the TaskBar (aka Start Menu) on the desktop’s left border, at max width, so that I get the least-truncated view of window titles. And I set the TaskBar to AutoHide, so that it obscures nothing when I don’t need it — to see it, I only need to non-fussily “slam” my mouse pointer agtainst the left. My biggest absolute requirement. Which Linux desktop(s) would let me work like this, preferably withou a lot of kludgeing, installing add-ons, scripting, etc.
We implemented such a change for all products dating back from SLE 10 SP3 until the most recent SUSE Linux versions. YaST module Support can now accept 11 or 12 digit service request numbers. As Service Request Numbers can be now composed of 11 or 12 digits, instead of only 11 digits as before, we had to adapt YaST to handle this change. Updates with this change will be soon released.
The system is based on the belief that every computer user should have the freedom to download, run, copy, distribute, study, share and improve their software without paying licensing fees, should be able to use their software in whichever language they choose, and should be able to use all software regardless of disability. Ubuntu’s original philosophy was to create an easy-to-use Linux desktop with reliable new releases every six months.
Mint and Ubuntu both come installed with LibreOffice (suite of productivity apps like word processor and spreadsheet), Firefox browser, Thunderbird (email client), and Transmission (BitTorrent client). Ubuntu also has several basic games such as Sudoku and chess. Mint also comes installed with Pidgin, VLC and GIMP.
Gnome, KDE, XFCE, Mate, and others Linux Chat.