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Umberto Valentinotti

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hello guys kde and suse
I'm trying to switch from opensuse 13.2 with KDE4 to leap with kde 5, I have several difficolte
1- I realized that you can not put images and objects on different virtual desktops (possible with KDE4)
2- I can not find the akonadi configuration to kmail and synchronize gmail contacts, in kde4 akonadi is present in the center of settings
3- in dolphin, even after the plugin installation, you see "sending files by email" (kmail or thunderbird)

4- understand what repository is better enabled to QT5 and frameworks

thank you
umberto
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Marius Kraft's profile photoNiels Jensen's profile photo
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There has been a long discussion about the non-existing ability to set different backgrounds on different desktop, which many of us was used to in KD4, but as far as I can judge KDE5 developers are not likely to give us that feature back. They have reasons, which I don't understand among other things related to workspaces.
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M Arcelo

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if I am not mistaken, greybird is available in yast2 as well.
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Abd Alhaleem Bakkor

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hello ... how do I build a source code ... I tried OBS .... but it didn't find the programme I want when I searched for it ... I want to build OMNETpp ... I have the source code on my computer .... but don't know how to build it
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Pașca Alexandru's profile photoAbd Alhaleem Bakkor's profile photo
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I tried ./configure ... but for some reason it didn't work ... 
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Hello .... Greetings to all .... which programe do you use to record your desktop ??? I want an open source and free one ( OSS ) ... kazam isn't in the OSS repo .

another thing .... Is there anyone here who uses OMNETpp ??
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Martin Smit's profile photoPhilip Kigo's profile photo
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Vokoscreen
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Matt Hartley

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Since the dawn of time…well, since the dawn of Chromebooks, we’ve wanted to take these notebooks and make computers out of them. Utilizing their speedy startup/shutdown times, their fast onboard storage and incredible battery life, our goal here is to successfully install a favorite Linux distro (in this case openSUSE Tumbleweed). Ah, the power! I+ Read More
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Jackie Moon's profile photoNeil Oosthuizen's profile photo
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Geko's != Geekos (or chameleons for that matter) :p
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Amey Abhyankar

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My blog/write-up about openSUSE conference 2016 which was in Germany this year =  http://osc16germany.blogspot.in/  [Not technical blog. You'll enjoy reading. ;-) ]
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Confirmed; pleasant read hero. Thanks for the vicarious attendance opportunity! ;]]
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Jorge Luis Pacheco

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http://fav.me/da9r27y

Wallpapers for openSUSE
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Gertjan Lettink (Knurpht)
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It's been two weeks since #osc16. The least I can say is that, again, it was an awesome conference. Wonderful people, doing all the wonderful stuff that makes openSUSE what it is and talking passionately about it in key notes, talks, workshops, the beer garden at Z-bau.
I loved volunteering at the registration desk on the first day of the conference, seeing everybody arrive and ( mostly ) put on the Conference t-shirt immediately. Smiling faces when finding the cute little geeko in the goodies bag. More smiles from noticing the openSUSE logo shaped cookies and the cutter. What better way to start a conference than with smiling faces al over the place.
And then the content of the conference. Now, two weeks later, I realize even more how much is going on re. the openSUSE Project. Talk about "vibrant". And not just inside the project, the community. I've always been impressed by openQA, the talks by +Christopher Hofmann and +Richard Brown on the subject made me even more aware of the beauty of it. In hindsight the whole conference was a chain of highlights for me, too much to mention.
What I should mention is the aspect of meeting people face to face, discussing whatever parts of the openSUSE Project ( and brexit ), grateful to have been able to take part in this wonderful event.

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+Swapnil Bhartiya we could have had a good time, no doubt
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Nicholas Chavie

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After I install opensuse leap kde on my laptop it boots to this screen. But with gnome it doesnt. Can't somebody help me? Every time I try to install with kde it does this.
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Nicholas Chavie's profile photoSajjad H. Rizvi's profile photo
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Look at your xorg logs. If may be permissions of its SDDM login manager.
Permission denied errors in Xorg.log
/var/log/Xorg.log
It is likely the sddm user has not been added to the video group. Running the following command should fix the problem:
root #usermod -a -G video sddm
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Fcfernandes Elohim

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My magnificent OpenSuse Leap , Wonderful , " Is anybody q is the mascot ... sends one! "
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ziesmcd00m

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Snappy is rolling out to Ubuntu and other Distributions as a universal package to compliment and assist your distos native packaging system .
Will you embrace Snappy ?
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郭云鹤

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Currently, whatever I search in software.opensuse.org, it gives me this error message. It lasts for 2 days. Anyone has same problem with me?
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Marcelo Hoffmann's profile photoPhilip Kigo's profile photo
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It's back
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Daniel Córdova

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Hi everyone!!
I have a really rare issue, in my laptop I've installed openSUSE Tumbleweed with XFCE but thunar does not create any video thumbnails. I've googled it a lot but didn't find a solution.

PD: I removed my .thumbnails .cache/thumbnails .config/Thunar create it again and didn't work

Help please it drives me crazy
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Daniel Córdova's profile photoGrzegorz G.'s profile photo
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Maybe ask in XFCE community/forum? They should know more. :)
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Viktor Pankraz

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This bug is really annoying. Scrolling in Dolphin is virtually unusable at the moment in Tumbleweed. Any possible workaround until the fix arrives? Removal of xf86-input-libinput as suggested in the bug report would remove other important packages, so not an option in openSUSE.
shen you're using xf86-input-libinput instead of other input systems for X11, scrolling in dolphin is that slow that you dont wanna use it anymore. for now it seems to be the only app that is effected. other framework5 things like gwenview, kmail, as well as Qt5 apps like tomahawk-qt and even ...
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I think you don't have to uninstall libinput. Try switching the used driver to evdev or synaptics in xorg.conf. (I think evdev is for mouses and synaptics for touchpads.)
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Santosh ET

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This article is about solving your WiFi problem pertaining to Realtek WiFi adaptors that ship with most of the modern laptops these days(Broadcom gaining… - Santosh ET - Google+
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+Kurt Garloff
Must say hero, after several years bragging about virtually never rebooting my OS to my 'm$uck$' peers.. for the last few years this #GUIdependent has found the old init 3 / init 5 work around (iirc) stopped meeting 'zypper ps' needs to clear root system's files in use and confirm "No processes using deleted files found." post package updates.

I gave up around 3 years back after googling for resolve and getting no clarity from forums etc. Quite used to rebooting now following each full 'zypper ref && zypper dup' run.

Practically speaking, Tumbleweed, and the last 2 or 3 previous releases, have continuously shrunk reboot times to the point that it hasn't been much of an issue; aside from the productively inconsequential hit to my #TuxPRIDE of course. #JustSayin 🐸
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Martin Kinčl

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Hello, I've just noticed, that if I use cpupower to set a maximum frequency or governor, the system just ignores it. Any ideas how to fix this? I am running Tumbleweed and it definitely worked a couple months ago.
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Abd Alhaleem Bakkor

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hello all .... I have open suse 42.1 and I want to install nvidia driver .... I have Geforce 820M .... which is better the open source or the non open source ??? where could I find each ??? Is it best to install it from nvidia site or from open suse site ???

Note : I want to play on steam and I have both Intel and Nvidia graphic cards ..

Thanks alot .
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Rafael Pirela's profile photoPașca Alexandru's profile photo
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Proprietary drivers offer better performance. OSS drivers offer better morals. ;)
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郭云鹤

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This is what I see when I need a package. It would last for hours. Why this happen?
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郭云鹤's profile photoJan Steen's profile photo
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I would give it a day.
Still strange that it only effects you.
If it is still a problem tomorrow maybe report this issue
https://github.com/openSUSE/software-o-o/issues  
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Viktor Pankraz

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Any idea why Qt Creator is so outdated in Leap and even more in Tumbleweed? Current version is 4.0.0 and latest update for Version 3 was 3.6.1. In Leap we have 3.2.2 and in Tumbleweed only 2.6.2. Doesn't seem to be top priority for the packagers. Nobody developing software with Qt on openSUSE?
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+Richard Brown​ That makes sense.
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