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  1. Greg2

    data burning

    Try updating libk3bdevice6-1.69.0-0.alpha4.1.2mdv2010.0 to libk3blib6-1.70.0-0.beta1.3.4mdv2010.0, so it matches your k3b-1.70.0-0.beta1.3.4mdv2010.0. Your lastlog.log looks ok to me.
  2. Greg2

    data burning

    Yes, that is the config file. I'm not having any problems using k3b on 2010.0 or 2010.1. Please post the output of rpm -qa | egrep 'k3b|iso|cdr' and after a DVD burn failure, please attach here as a text file your: /home/dave/.kde4/share/apps/k3b/lastlog.log
  3. I agree with theYinYeti. Please post the output of grep -i driver /etc/X11/xorg.conf so we can see what driver you're using.
  4. You just made me laugh and choke on my beer... now I'll have to clean my keyboard. :D
  5. and Where's Adam? quotes from: The Official Mandriva Blog
  6. Actually IMHO, the biggest problem here is the fact that (to date) Mandriva Linux has never provided the dpkg-dev package needed to build Debian source packages on a Mandriva system.
  7. Forking Mandriva Linux... Mageia What do you guys think about it?
  8. Adobe® Flash® Player "Square" is a preview release that enables native 64-bit support on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows operating systems. Adobe® Flash® Player "Square" Adobe Labs Downloads
  9. There has already been a bug report on this: bug# 60936
  10. I use a small console program written by Manfred Haertel called 'showmail'. It displays the number of emails on a pop server and for each mail sender, subject, sending date and size. Then it optionally asks you if you want to delete this message directly on the server. I use it everyday for the dev mailing lists I'm on. showmail
  11. I'm guessing he's using this The quote is from here: http://github.com/behlendorf/zfs/wiki/FAQ @darshin- I've merged your two topics on this... please don't double post.
  12. Perhaps you should try installing the nautilus-dropbox rpm from the official MDV repos?
  13. OK, you can go click on your Menu button > Install and Remove Software > Options > and check the 'Clear download cache after successful install'. This will prevent it from happening again. I would also suggest that the next time you install a system that you make your / partition at least 9.5 to 10 GBs. :) I'll mark this as solved.
  14. It appears to be all of the rpms you have saved while upgrading. You don't need to keep them, unless you want to install them on another system without downloading them again. You can check with (as root) du /var/cache/urpmi and you can remove them with (as root) urpmi --clean Now you can check all of /var including the logs with (as root) cd /var; du -ks * | sort -nr | cut -f2 | head -10 | xargs -d '\n' du -sh Please let us know if that helps.
  15. You can make a symlink to kdesu so it's in your $PATH with (as root) ln -s /usr/lib/kde4/libexec/kdesu /usr/local/bin/kdesu You can mark this as solved using the Edit button on your first post. I'll go ahead and mark this one solved for you. :)
  16. You won't find the drivers you need in the Official Mandriva 2009.1 repos. As xboxboy has already noted, you can find them in the Mandriva 2010 /main/backports repo. So you could upgrade to Mandriva 2010 or 2010.1. If you want to use 2009.1, you will have to remove all of the hplip rpms from your system and try using the latest hplip-3.10.6.run file from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/hplip/files/ I would suggest doing the upgrade, if that's possible for you.
  17. Open a terminal and (as root) run this command and post the output here cd /; du -ks * | sort -nr | cut -f2 | head -15 | xargs -d '\n' du -sh that should tell us where and why it is full.
  18. You have the proper rpms installed, so you could try deleting your playlist located at: /home/rr/.kde4/share/apps/amarok/current.xspf Then open amarok and try creating a new list. If that doesn't work... I guess you will have to add them slowly. :)
  19. @ demonseth - Please post the output of rpm -qa | egrep 'amarok|libtaglib'
  20. I played with this a little today and I've had some 'limited' success with rtmpdump v2.3 using the following guide: revisiting-rtmpdump I was using Mandriva 2010 and downloaded the rtmpdump-2.3.tgz located here: http://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu/download/ Then I compiled it using make SYS=posix for Linux systems.
  21. You're welcome - I'm glad I could help. I'll mark this as solved.
  22. Have you recently upgraded to Mandriva 2010.1? Try removing all the amarok stuff in ~/.kde4 then try starting amarok again.
  23. The ISOs are now available on these mirrors: ftp://ftp.ciril.fr/pub/linux/mandrivalinux/official/iso/2010.1/ ftp://ftp.free.fr/mirrors/ftp.mandriva.com/MandrivaLinux/official/iso/2010.1/ ftp://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/MandrivaLinux/official/iso/2010.1/ http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/MandrivaLinux/official/iso/2010.1/ ftp://ftp.lip6.fr/pub/linux/distributions/Mandrakelinux/official/iso/2010.1/ ftp://ftp.u-strasbg.fr/pub/linux/distributions/Mandriva/official/iso/2010.1/ ftp://ftp.proxad.net/pub/Distributions_Linux/Mandrake/official/iso/2010.1/ ftp://mandriva.c3sl.ufpr.br/MandrivaLinux/official/iso/2010.1/ ftp://mirror.fis.unb.br/pub/linux/Mandrakelinux/official/iso/2010.1/
  24. According to the notes it is: http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/2010.1_Notes#Upgrade_using_the_GUI.2C_mdkonline
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