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Grzegorz Witkowski
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Blog wczerni.pl - Wizerunek i styl.
Tym razem coś dla Pań, ale i Panów i po polsku. Doskonały blog o stylu i wizerunku. Gorąco polecam. http://www.wczerni.pl/
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Fedora 24: Recording with Ardour, QJackCtl and Zoom 2g.1u Guitar Effect.
First launch and configure QJackCtl. Do not start the server yet. Select as an Input Device hw:CODEC USB Audio CODEC. Launch the Ardour and select the following settings for the new session and click Start button.  Once the Ardour is started check if the Ja...
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Fedora 24: invisible mouse cursor after login to VM running on KVM.
Issue: In Fedora 24 after login into the VM running on a local host in KVM the mouse cursor becomes invisible. Environment:  Host     - Fedora 24     - 4.7.4-200.fc24.x86_64     - virt-manager-1.4.0-3.fc24.noarch     - virt-viewer-4.0-1.fc24.x86_64     - qe...
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I hate this in Fedora 23 while using "Files" to copy large files (gigabytes). For instance, you copy a let say 3GB iso file, e.g. from a locally mounted HDD to the locally mounted USB stick. Firstly you do not see any progress bar, just a circle icon on a tool bar. Then you click it, it shows the progress bar, fine but, it says "Copied" and circle does not move anymore and is "full" so you think, it finished. You click on the eject icon in files to eject the USB stick and you get a pop up warning saying that you cannot eject the stick, because it is still writing. You wait few minutes and then you get another popup saying that now you can eject the stick. It looks like Files says that it completed copy operation before it is actually done and written to the destination disk/stick. This looks to me like a bug and definitely not a desired behavior from the regular user's point of view. Try to remove the stick to early and you can get one of the following:
* Files hangs
* Gnome Shell session hangs
* The USB cannot be mounted anymore and needs to be repartitioned
I reproduced all of those issue several times.

I think Gnome developres try to oversimplify some tasks and features to the point where they start causing a frustration while using simply daily desktop tasks. So the effect is opposite to what was planned initially, I believe.

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I really got frustrated today with #GNOME Version 3.18.2 running on Fedora 23 with the latest updates. I tried to play DVD and I found that Videos app has no option to play DVD.
It looks to me that #GNOME takes the "simplicity" to the next level. I would recommend that the next step is to remove the capability of playing videos at all, then music and at the end remove the #GNOME itself. :) I was defending Gnome Shell from day one, but I start feeling that I could be wrong. #GNOME needs someone who knows what the words "productivity" and "efficiency" mean, who can help them design modern and most importantly working out of the box desktop environment. 21st century, and I am trying to play DVD from in a desktop environment. Wtf?! I am still not surprised Linux as a desktop cannot break through from the underground world.
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