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Logitech Marble Mouse - 0 views

    Configure Logitech Marble Mouse. Use this in the /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/11-mouse.conf
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

Solución al Shop de Picasa en Linux - 0 views

  • Create a backup of the defaults.ini file:
    sudo cp /opt/google/picasa/3.0/wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Google/
    Picasa3/runtime/defaults.ini /opt/google/picasa/3.0/wine/drive_c/
    Program\ Files/Google/Picasa3/runtime/defaults.ini.bak

    Then edit the defaults.ini file with your editor of choice:
    sudo vim /opt/google/picasa/3.0/wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Google/
    replace the line -
    with this line -

    En está página, existe un post por Sean que explica como solventar el problema que tiene Picasa 3 con el Shop que no se abre.
bryan yu

Beautiful Air Theme Of KDE 4.3 In openSUSE - 0 views

    KDE 4.3.2 has been released on 6th October, so I also upgraded my KDE version from 4.1 to 4.3 in openSUSE 11.1 yesterday. Of course, there are some reasons why I upgraded KDE version. One of which is Choqok that is my favorite applications in KDE...
bryan yu

Using Xen Virtualization to install Windows 7 in openSUSE 11.1 - 0 views

    According to the openSUSE official release, you can install Xen related packages to implement virtual machine function. It's easy to install and use for me even VMware Workstation was my favorite VM software before. Actually, this is because the VMware updated version have to reconfigure when I upgraded it...
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

BinaryPackages - google-gadgets-for-linux - Google Code - Where to download the binary ... - 0 views

    Google Gadgets para Linux
    Google Gadgets for openSUSE
Benno Hansen

Mozilla Plugin Support on Linux - 0 views

    • Install Adobe Reader.
    • Create a symbolic link to to your Mozilla plugins directory.
  • copy to your Mozilla plugins directory and flashplayer.xpt to your Mozilla components directory
    • Install Java Runtime Environment.
    • Make a symbolic link to in your Mozilla Plugins directory. Use the copy located in the plugin/i386/ns7 directory of JRE 5.0 or later, or plugin/i386/ns610-gcc32 if you are using JRE 1.4.2.
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  • Copy to your Mozilla plugins directory and nphelix.xpt to your Mozilla components directory.
    Mozilla Plugin Support on Linux (x86)
Benno Hansen

Newsvine - opensuse - 0 views

    Articles and blogging about openSUSE at
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

Ben Kevan's Blog > Default kdesu to use sudo and not su - 0 views

    Hacer que kdesu use sudo en vez de su
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

Papelera para la consola | El rincón de Linux - 0 views

    Trash in shell
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

CyberOrg » Blog Archive » opensuse-xgl-settings - 0 views

  • And the friendly installer :)
    opensuse-xgl-settings for openSUSE 10.3 KDE Gui, that makes installing and configuring Compiz Fusion painless.
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

Como montar archivos ISO, BIN, CUE, MDF, NRG e IMG. « Mi manual de novata en ... - 0 views

    Como montar archios iso,bin,cue,mdf,nrg e img en linux
Raúl - [^BgTA^] - 0 views

    Art para tu Opensuse
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

How To Manage "system Services (runlevel)" - SuSE Linux Forums - 0 views

  • nfs depends on portmapper. Disable portmapper too.

    below settings are for beginners, but you should learn what these are for:
    aaeventd if you don't want and don't know how to use apparmor disable this (also switch to expert mode and disable boot.apparmor)
    acpid leave
    alsasound leave
    atd disable
    auditd disable
    autofs disable
    autoyast disable
    cron leave
    cups (if you have printer leave othervise disable)
    cupsrenice (see above)
    dbus leave
    earlykbd leave!!! keaboard
    earlykdm leave
    earlysyslog leve
    esound disable
    fam disable
    fbset disable
    gpm disable
    gssd disable
    haldaemon leave
    idmapd disable
    joystick disable (unless you are using it)
    kbd leave keyboard
    ksysguardd disable
    lirc disable
    lm_sencors disable
    mdadmd disable
    mdnsd disable
    mircocode (if you are using AMD CPU disable, leave for intel)
    network leave
    nfs disable (first disable portmap)
    nfsboot disable
    nfsserver disable
    nmb disable
    novell-zmd (well this is famous suse updater, if you are using other PM disable, otherwise leave, but this piece of c**p crashes frequently)
    nscd disable
    ntp disable
    openct disable
    pscsd disable
    portmap disable
    postfix disable
    powerd disable
    pwersaved (leave for suspend, othervise disable)
    random leave
    raw disable
    resmgr leave
    rpasswdd disable
    running-kernel disable
    saslauthd disable
    smb disable
    smbfs disable
    smpppd disable
    spamd disable
    splash leave (or not - this is splash screen during boot process)
    splash_early leave
    SuSEfirewall2_setup leave
    svcgssd disable
    syslog leave
    xdm leave
    xfs disable
    xinetd disable
    ybind disable

    the above settings are for simple workstation you should also disable sshd not listed by you. for some services there is not really value e.g. running-kernel (this is not kernel, but info about), moreover this sevice will start after each kernel upgrade, so each time you will have to stop it.
    I suggest to learn about apparmor, nfs, and samba/nfs, xinetd at least and when you know and need these, start services and configure them.
    If you disable earlysyslog/syslog you will not be able to use network. cron is needed for several services so you should leave running these.

    hope this will help
    Tips para workstations opensuse y linux en general para los servicios
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

openSUSE Linux Rants » Blog Archive » K Menu Icon Size for your openSUSE Desk... - 0 views

      1. Open your favorite text editor. Edit the file located at ~/.kde/share/config/kickerrc
      2. Go to the [menus] section of this file.
      3. Edit (or add, if it isn’t there) the “MenuEntryHeight=” variable to be the height, in pixels, that you wish the K Menu icons to appear.
      4. Save and quit.
      5. Restart the KDE Panels with this command: dcop kicker Panel restart

    Cambiando el tamaño de los iconos del nuevo menu de KDE
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

Simple Software Install Demo - 0 views

    Yast Simple Software Installation
Raúl - [^BgTA^] | Advanced SSH security tips and tricks - 0 views

    Secure Shell Tips and Tricks
Raúl - [^BgTA^]

Cool Solutions: Automatically Restart a Service if it Crashes - 0 views

    Attomatically Restart a Service if it Crashes
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