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PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2007 9:11 am 
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I blagified a pidgin icon, which I just sent to jebba. Let me know if there are any other apps that need blag icons for 70k.


We may have icons for these, they just don't have the right name. Suggestions for symlinks or new icons welcome.

http://bugzilla.blagblagblag.org/show_bug.cgi?id=905

(I just woke up if this doesn't make sense)


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Anyone else tried the latest live CD? I'm having trouble getting it to boot. It gets as far as "Uncompressing Linux... OK. Booting the kernel." and then hangs. :(
I haven't heard anything else about this, so I'm assuming I just have a bad burn. I'll try verifying the disc and/or reburning, unless anyone else has had this problem...?

EDIT: Never mind, I got it to boot on a computer at work. It just takes a while to load the kernel. The machine I tried it on at home is just slower. So far, it looks nice! More to come...


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How about replacing bittorrent with deluge? It's way ahead of the generic bittorrent client now.

Let me know which one I should make a blag icon for.


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Deluge is nice, but i prefer transmission over it:)

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looking a bugzilla, their seems to already be a bittorrent icon, it's just set up in a way where the blag icon isn''t taking.


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Strange desktop issue with 69999.60010:
I've got an external hard drive with two partitions connected to my laptop. The desktop is showing two icons for each of the partitions. No functionality seems to be lacking--it's just a little odd.

Also, I submitted some blagified icons to bugzilla, and gave instructions on how to get the already existing blag icons for bittorrent and Logical Volume Management to work.
http://bugzilla.blagblagblag.org/show_bug.cgi?id=905

Edit: both of the external hd partitions has two icons on the desktop


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with the .80001 spin: quickly stuck it on my laptop while at m game. Blag-firstboot seemed to take a long time on boot and then when it finished with the setting it up, it never exited. Eventually I just hard rebooted it and everything was fine. It also didn't bring up my wireless card at all, it's not even in the Network panel. Will poke around some more.


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blag-firstboot takes a "long" time to run. `gconftool-2` is what is taking all the time. Way back when it ran faster, but a few fedora releases back it started running super-slow. There may be a better way to do blag-firstboot other than using `gconftool-2`, i'm just not sure what would be best. I was also thinking of running blag-firstboot in the %post of the install and not on the first time it boots.


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Strangely it ran a lot slower on my new turion laptop then on my older sempron desktop.


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I'm thinking of dropping xmms for audacious. Both freshrpms and livna have packages/plugins for it. Anyone have experience with both? Which sub-packages should be on the CD?


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Some of the packages can conflict. What I currently have installed in order to have the latest version is:

audacious-plugins
audacious-plugins-nonfree-aac
audacious-plugins-nonfree-alac
audacious-plugins-nonfree-lame
audacious-plugins-nonfree-mms
audacious-plugins-nonfree-mp3
audacious-plugins-nonfree-tta
audacious-plugins-nonfree-wma

This seems to give you all the necessary plugins at their latest version. You probably could replace all the packaages listed as nonfree with the package audacious-plugins-extras


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I only have these audacious packages and it seems to be working fine:

audacious
audacious-libs
audacious-plugins
audacious-plugins-extras

Should I blagify an audacious icon, or do you just want to rename the blagified xmms icon?


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contents wrote:
I only have these audacious packages and it seems to be working fine:

audacious
audacious-libs
audacious-plugins
audacious-plugins-extras


That looks like a nicer list.

contents wrote:
Should I blagify an audacious icon, or do you just want to rename the blagified xmms icon?


As you see fit. I don't really know too much about audacious...


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I got my wireless working on GNU/Linux for the first time from using 69K, ok not a free software solution, but I'll take it for now. I noticed it wasn't trying to use the broadcom drivers I had fought with, so I tried using the ndis wrapper. It didn't seem to work at all, not even seeing the card as a device. I kept poking around because I at least wanted to see the network icon in the notification area. Finally I turned on the NetworkManager in services, and boom, wireless turned on, and it works wonderfully. So much that I might be reluctant to mess with upgrading. Anyways, I suggest that the network manager service is turned on by default.


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It seems like most of streamtuner's dependencies are audacious related, perhaps that will make it back in now?


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