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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. Problems with HP PSC 1510xi

    According to this, it looks like this device is supported by SANE (for scanning). You need to install a front-end package along with libsane. I would suggest Xsane and/or Gimp for scanning. As for printing in color, you really shouldn't have a problem with it. It should print in color by default, but I would check the configuration (or buttons) of the printer itself.
  2. How to test your RAM memory for defects

    The content is great. Very thorough. I would make a small suggestion. I would move the "Warnings" section to the top of the article, right after the title and sub-title, to encourage it being read before attempting anything.
  3. Script to Repair Installation

    You're welcome. A lot of the credit goes to aru. I just basically took his commands and turned them into a bash script.
  4. What's wrong with this line?

    You've tried replacing the second one? How about both? kwin --replace && sh -c "cd ~/.Games/TitanAttacks && javaws titanattacks.jnlp" && compiz --replace &
  5. Script to Repair Installation

    I've updated this script to not throw an error if your installation is not missing any files. I've attached the update script to this post. repair.zip
  6. ld_library_path

    shouldn't this be: Modify your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to contain the full path to the lib/<ARCH> directory. For example, on 32-bit Linux: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/myhome/j3d/lib/i386 ?
  7. ld_library_path

    I'm not in Linux right now, but if I remember correctly, on Mandriva you would add that path to the /etc/ld.so.config file and then run ldconfig
  8. Find -exec script

    Or maybe: find . -name " - *.mp3" -exec sh -c 'mv ${0} "${0//\ \-\ / }"' {} \;
  9. Switching desktop with a script

    Possibly...it could be your use of double quotes instead of single quotes, using the = instead of -eq, etc. Sorry, I forgot to look yesterday. Not sure you need the "" around the "$(wmctrl...". I think the case problem and the = sign did the trick...you might, though. What we really should do is grep -i gnumeric which makes the grep case-insensitive, in case they change it. Then I think you're good. Let me know if you do need the "" around "$(wmctrl..." and let me know if you need double instead of single quotes and all that. I guess my bash is rusty.
  10. Switching desktop with a script

    When I get home today, I will check the syntax. It may be that you left off a space or I just missed a little something.
  11. Switching desktop with a script

    I'm not at my linux box at the moment, but you might try something similar to this: wmctrl -s2 gnumeric filename1 & while [ $(wmctrl -l | grep gnumeric) -eq '' ] do sleep done wmctrl -s3 kpdf filename2 &
  12. bulk rename bash script

    Sorry about that. I lost a closing }. Add } on the very last line...you'll see I edited my post above to fix it.
  13. bulk rename bash script

    Ack. It's not the same command any more. You can copy this text to a file: #!/usr/bin/perl -w # rename - Larry's filename fixer $op = shift or die "Usage: rename expr [files]\n"; chomp(@ARGV = <STDIN>) unless @ARGV; for (@ARGV) { $was = $_; eval $op; die $@ if $@; rename($was,$_) unless $was eq $_; } And name it rename.pl, put it in your /usr/bin directory and chmod +x /usr/bin/rename.pl Then you can do: rename.pl 's/[0-9]+-//g' *
  14. bulk rename bash script

    There aren't a lot of examples, but I found one: http://tips.webdesign10.com/how-to-bulk-re...in-the-terminal Remove all underscores: rename -v 's/_/ /g' *.JPG Remove the numbers (and the dash): 01-test_rename_a 02-test_rename_b 03-test_rename_c rename -v 's/[0-9]+-//g' * If you want to remove the test_ part, too: rename -v 's/[0-9]+-test_//g' * I've been studying regexes for years and I still have a very limited understanding of them: http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/perl/regexp.html
  15. bulk rename bash script

    mandri, That's pretty close to being exactly correct. The * is telling it to do this for all files in the directory. The "%%20" is the string to replace and " " is what to replace it with. " " is not exactly nothing, though. It's a space. The command is renaming all files that contain %%20, by using what they're named already, but replacing %%20 with a space. like%%20this becomes like this and%%20like%%20this becomes and like this
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