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      Mandriva Official Documentation

      Official documentation for extant versions of Mandriva can be found at doc.mandriva.com.   Documentation for the latest release may take some time to appear there. You can install all the manuals from the main repository if you have Mandriva installed - files are prefixed mandriva-doc.
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      Forum software upgrade   10/29/17

      So you may have noticed the forum software has upgraded !!!
      A few things that have changed. We no longer have community blogs (was never really used) We no longer have a portal page.
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  1. Mouse Problems in 2010.1

    Kieth, Nothing sounds dumb ( so thanks for the post) -- and yes, I did try MCC configuration.
  2. Mouse Problems in 2010.1

    No takers??
  3. Hi, I am trying to use my floppy drive (haven't done that in nearly a decade) so I can burn a new BIOS for an older computer (not mine). I need to burn this out of WinXP, which I am running in Virtualbox. WinXP doesn't see floppies when they are inserted and I have no signs of one within 2010.1. What am I missing? Any hints would be appreciated. nasa01 [moved from Installing Mandriva by spinynorman]
  4. Mouse Problems in 2010.1

    Hi, I recently updated to 2010.1 and an having a couple of issues. For this issue, right mouse clicks don't bring up the menu as it had with 2010. Additionally, Virtualbox doesn't see right-clicks either (WinXP). However, I can paste text with the right button (something that used my middle button before). The mouse is a Logitech MX Laser. It has *20* buttons. Could anyone help me fix this (in the most approved manner). I would like to keep my buttons all working (scroll in firefox for example). Here's what is in the X Log (related to the mouse): (II) config/hal: Adding input device Logitech USB RECEIVER (**) Logitech USB RECEIVER: always reports core events (**) Logitech USB RECEIVER: Device: "/dev/input/event1" (II) Logitech USB RECEIVER: Found 20 mouse buttons (II) Logitech USB RECEIVER: Found scroll wheel(s) (II) Logitech USB RECEIVER: Found relative axes (II) Logitech USB RECEIVER: Found x and y relative axes (II) Logitech USB RECEIVER: Configuring as mouse (**) Logitech USB RECEIVER: YAxisMapping: buttons 4 and 5 (**) Logitech USB RECEIVER: EmulateWheelButton: 4, EmulateWheelInertia: 10, EmulateWheelTimeout: 200 (II) XINPUT: Adding extended input device "Logitech USB RECEIVER" (type: MOUSE) (**) Logitech USB RECEIVER: (accel) keeping acceleration scheme 1 (**) Logitech USB RECEIVER: (accel) acceleration profile 0 (II) Logitech USB RECEIVER: initialized for relative axes. Here's what Hal shows for my logitech device (Note: I only have the mouse) 72: udi = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial_if0_logicaldev_input' linux.hotplug_type = 2 (0x2) (int) linux.subsystem = 'input' (string) info.category = 'input' (string) info.capabilities = { 'input', 'input.mouse' } (string list) input.device = '/dev/input/event1' (string) input.originating_device = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial_if0' (string) input.product = 'Logitech USB RECEIVER' (string) linux.device_file = '/dev/input/event1' (string) info.subsystem = 'input' (string) info.product = 'Logitech USB RECEIVER' (string) info.udi = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial_if0_logicaldev_input' (string) linux.sysfs_path = '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:13.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/input/input1/event1' (string) info.parent = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial_if0' (string) input.x11_driver = 'evdev' (string) 123: udi = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial_if0' usb.interface.class = 3 (0x3) (int) usb.interface.subclass = 1 (0x1) (int) usb.interface.protocol = 2 (0x2) (int) linux.hotplug_type = 2 (0x2) (int) linux.subsystem = 'usb' (string) info.linux.driver = 'usbhid' (string) info.subsystem = 'usb' (string) info.product = 'USB HID Interface' (string) info.udi = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial_if0' (string) usb.num_ports = 0 (0x0) (int) usb.device_revision_bcd = 9488 (0x2510) (int) usb.speed = 1.5 (double) usb.version = 1.1 (double) usb.is_self_powered = false (bool) usb.can_wake_up = true (bool) usb.linux.device_number = 2 (0x2) (int) usb.bus_number = 3 (0x3) (int) usb.linux.sysfs_path = '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:13.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0' (string) usb.configuration_value = 1 (0x1) (int) usb.num_configurations = 1 (0x1) (int) linux.sysfs_path = '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:13.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0' (string) info.parent = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial' (string) usb.device_protocol = 0 (0x0) (int) usb.device_class = 0 (0x0) (int) usb.device_subclass = 0 (0x0) (int) usb.vendor_id = 1133 (0x46d) (int) usb.product = 'USB HID Interface' (string) usb.num_interfaces = 1 (0x1) (int) usb.vendor = 'Logitech, Inc.' (string) usb.interface.number = 0 (0x0) (int) usb.product_id = 50446 (0xc50e) (int) usb.max_power = 70 (0x46) (int) 124: udi = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial' info.vendor = 'Logitech, Inc.' (string) battery.type = 'mouse' (string) battery.is_rechargeable = true (bool) linux.subsystem = 'usb' (string) info.linux.driver = 'usb' (string) linux.hotplug_type = 2 (0x2) (int) battery.csr.has_res = false (bool) battery.csr.has_sms = false (bool) battery.csr.is_dual = false (bool) info.subsystem = 'usb_device' (string) info.product = 'MX1000 Laser Mouse' (string) info.udi = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_46d_c50e_noserial' (string) usb_device.linux.sysfs_path = '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:13.1/usb3/3-2' (string) usb_device.configuration_value = 1 (0x1) (int) usb_device.num_configurations = 1 (0x1) (int) usb_device.device_class = 0 (0x0) (int) usb_device.device_subclass = 0 (0x0) (int) usb_device.num_interfaces = 1 (0x1) (int) usb_device.device_protocol = 0 (0x0) (int) usb_device.product_id = 50446 (0xc50e) (int) usb_device.vendor = 'Logitech, Inc.' (string) usb_device.vendor_id = 1133 (0x46d) (int) usb_device.device_revision_bcd = 9488 (0x2510) (int) usb_device.max_power = 70 (0x46) (int) usb_device.num_ports = 0 (0x0) (int) usb_device.linux.device_number = 2 (0x2) (int) usb_device.speed = 1.5 (double) usb_device.version = 1.1 (double) usb_device.is_self_powered = false (bool) usb_device.can_wake_up = true (bool) usb_device.bus_number = 3 (0x3) (int) usb_device.product = 'MX-1000 Cordless Mouse Receiver' (string) linux.sysfs_path = '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:13.1/usb3/3-2' (string) info.parent = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_1d6b_1_0000_00_13_1' (string) Thanks in advance, [moved from Installing Mandriva by spinynorman]
  5. Pulseaudio and/or Alsa Issues [solved]

    Turning of Pulseaudio seems to have fixed the issues... Hope it sticks!
  6. I have been having this sound problem for quite a while, and was hoping I can get some assistance with it.... A generic description of my problem is best given by an example: Start an audio file with mplayer (via a terminal) works fine for 15 min then get static. Kill mplayer and restart the song, get static right a way. Try and kill pulseaudio with "pulseaudio --kill", no good... Try it again and follow up with "pulseaudio --start", still no good. Try one more time... Bingo sound back on. I run into this several times a day.... Log messages look like the following: Jan 19 21:50:06 localhost pulseaudio[8627]: alsa-sink.c: ALSA woke us up to write new data to the device, but there was actually nothing to write! Jan 19 21:50:06 localhost pulseaudio[8627]: alsa-sink.c: Most likely this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA developers. Jan 19 21:50:06 localhost pulseaudio[8627]: alsa-sink.c: We were woken up with POLLOUT set -- however a subsequent snd_pcm_avail() returned 0 or another value < min_avail. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
  7. Thanks Guys, That's exactly what I was looking for. Appreciate the help Nasa
  8. Hi, I have been looking all over the place (I most likely just missed it), it seems like a simple thing -- I would like to start a full screen application as soon as the WM finishes loading up. I realize with a regular app you can use 'remember' settings to get the app to start -- but how do you do this for a full screen app. I wish to do this in E16, but kde will do just as well. I am not shy about editing config files, if that is necessary. I appreciate any hints I can get. Thanks Nasa
  9. Hi, I am trying to get an ATI remote (#5000001590a) and a serial ir blaster working via lirc 0.7.1. I have Mandriva 2006, with the following config files: modprobe.conf alias sound-slot-0 snd-intel8x0 install scsi_hostadapter /sbin/modprobe sata_nv; /bin/true remove snd-intel8x0 /sbin/modprobe -r snd-pcm-oss; /sbin/modprobe --first-time -r --ignore-remove snd-intel8x0 install snd-intel8x0 /sbin/modprobe --first-time --ignore-install snd-intel8x0 && { /sbin/modprobe snd-pcm-oss; /bin/true; } install usb-interface /sbin/modprobe ohci-hcd; /sbin/modprobe ehci-hcd; /bin/true alias ieee1394-controller ohci1394 alias eth0 forcedeth alias ath0 ath_pci alias eth1 eth1394 /etc/sysconfig/lircd # Customized setings for lirc daemon # The hardware driver to use, run lircd --driver=? for a list DRIVER=DEFAULT # Hardware driver module to load #HWMOD=atilibusb HWMOD=lirc_i2c HWMOD=lirc_serial HWMDD=atiusb HWMOD=lirc_dev # The device node that communicates with the IR device. # if you are using lirc_serial, set DEVICE to /dev/ttyS[0-9] # where 0-9 is the serial port your IR receiver is plugged # with devfs enabled DEVICE=/dev/lirc/0 #DEVICE=/dev/lirc/serial # without devfs #DEVICE=/dev/lirc # Serial port for the receiver (for serial driver) # COM1 (/dev/ttyS0) COM_PORT=/dev/ttyS0 DRIVER_OPTS="irq=4 io=0x3f8" # COM2 (/dev/ttyS1) #COM_PORT=/dev/ttyS1 #DRIVER_OPTS="irq=3 io=0x2f8" # COM3 (/dev/ttyS2) #COM_PORT=/dev/ttyS2 #DRIVER_OPTS="irq=4 io=0x3e8 # COM4 (/dev/ttyS3) #COM_PORT=/dev/ttyS3 #DRIVER_OPTS="irq=3 io=0x2e8" when I run irw all I get is a blank space (it seems to be waiting) but it doesn't show any of my button mashing... ps aux | grep lircd root 5617 0.0 0.1 2760 948 ? Ss Jan15 0:00 lircd --driver=DEFAULT --device=/dev/lirc/0 smithna 12097 0.0 0.1 2028 652 pts/0 S+ 07:25 0:00 grep lircd from message logfile Jan 15 20:50:02 mythtv lircd-0.7.1[5430]: lircd(any) ready Jan 15 20:50:02 mythtv lircd: lircd startup succeeded Jan 15 20:50:02 mythtv lircd-0.7.1[5430]: accepted new client on /dev/lircd Jan 15 20:50:02 mythtv lircmd: lircmd startup succeeded Jan 15 20:50:05 mythtv lircd-0.7.1[5430]: accepted new client on /dev/lircd Jan 15 20:50:17 mythtv lircd-0.7.1[5430]: removed client Any help would be appreciated -- if more info is needed (like lircd.conf, which is 500 lines) let me know Nasa01
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