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1  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / How does Pardus set & broadcast its hostname? on: October 26, 2009, 03:07:33 AM
Hi,
from all distros I tried, Pradus is the only one to correctly broadcast its hostname into a local network. I can use nfs to access my Pardus machine simply from any computer in the network by pardusbox:/home and I do not need the IP. This is great!

However, I never managed to set the same thing up with any other distro, they do not seem to broadcast the hostname into the network, so other computers can only use the IP, which is problematic, because my router will change a machine's IP from time to time.

So my question is: How does Pardus do that??? Which programs are running to work this magic? I want to know, so I can replicate it with other distros on other computers.
2  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / ePSXe on Pardus 2008? on: October 26, 2009, 03:01:21 AM
Hi,
I'd like to install ePSXe (playstation emulator) on Pardus 2008. Problem is, I need the following stuff (list for debian/ubuntu I found and checked on my debian system, it works):

unzip libgtk1.2-common libgtk1.2 libsdl-net1.2-dev libsdl-image1.2-dev libsdl1.2-dev libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2

My problem is: I cannot find of most of these packages in pisi! When I search for the names, I often get nothing, so maybe the same libs are in different packages?

Does anyone know which packages I have to install to get the same libs as in the debian packages from my list? It's pretty common stuff, so it should exist for Pardus...
3  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pisi broken! - doesn't resolve dependencies anymore?!? on: September 04, 2009, 09:51:53 AM

then you should write a Bug.  Wink


I think a bug report will not be useful here, as this is not standard Pardus behavior, so nothing for the bug team to care about. None of the other Pardus machines I work with have this condition, it is something that happened to that Laptop - and I have no idea why!

But it's not a bug that could be reproduced...
4  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pisi broken! - doesn't resolve dependencies anymore?!? on: September 04, 2009, 00:07:14 AM
Thanks, PhiX, but it didn't do any good. I tried to clean stale locks and caches before, now I did it again, and then I got this:

Code:
wildkatze01 tiger # pisi it --reins linux-uvc
Sicherheitsschalter: Die folgenden Pakete in system.base werden aktualisiert:libX11 piksemel sysvinit
baselayout-contrib baselayout freetype python pardus-python dbus comar-api net-tools mkinitramfs
kernel grub glibc-zoneinfo udev libgcc pisi glibc libpng libgcrypt openssh openssl glib2 tiff disktype mudur
cracklib hdparm kernel-headers ConsoleKit lcms sqlite libxml2 expat curl pam sysklogd wireless-tools
pciutils comar usbutils
System Fehler. Programm beendet.
Rückabhängigkeit linux-uvc von kernel kann nicht zufriedenstellend sein

translation of first line: security switch: the following packages will be upgraded: ...

I think linux-uvc is not exactly the problem, because I got the same error with pwc before. As I didn't need it, I removed the package, then I got the same error with linux-uvc. I guess pisi reports this error with any package (whichever comes first) that can be updated, as Pardus always forces security and kernel updates as dependencies to any package to make sure these are installed. Here, I think pisi doesn't resolve dependencies anymore, so it wants the new kernel and other security updates but does not resolve the dependencies (adding new kernel to the 'basket') and then reports the error because the dependencies are not being installed. As I said, in package-manager (graphical pisi) the basket always remains empty, no matter how many packages I mark for installation.

I'm clueless....
5  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pisi broken! - doesn't resolve dependencies anymore?!? on: September 03, 2009, 21:59:47 PM
Error I get with pisi it (package):

Systemfehler - Programm beendet.
Rückabhängigkeit linux-uvc von kernel kann nicht zufriedenstellend sein.

This is (bad) German for:

System Error - program terminated.
back-dependency linux-uvx of kernel cannot be satisfied.

Doesn't make much sense in German either - I guess pisi wants to force-update security patches but cannot, I'm sure it wants the new kernel, as I still got an older one (113) on the system.

About memory (I think you mean free drive space?):
It got about 600 MB left, shouldn't this be enough for pisi? I cannot free up more memory, because the system partition is rather small, personal data rests on a separate home partition.
6  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pisi broken! - doesn't resolve dependencies anymore?!? on: September 03, 2009, 20:40:41 PM
Thanks, but it didn't help.

I tried both update and rebuild database (which was rebuilt) but it didn't do any good, the problem still remains unsolved.

I think it's deeper in the system...

Any other ideas?
7  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Pisi broken! - doesn't resolve dependencies anymore?!? on: September 03, 2009, 18:09:18 PM
Hi,
I just wanted to upgrade my old Laptop (using Pardus 2008) to get Open Office 3 when something strange happened: When I select packages in package-manager the basket remains empty! Not even the packages I selected are there.

When I try "pisi up" in a root terminal, I get a system error that some packages do not match the dependencies with the kernel and pisi exits.

Any idea how I can fix this? I don't want to do a re-install!
8  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Problems with Pardus 2009, please help: true console, encfs, nvidia on: July 19, 2009, 19:42:21 PM
Thanks,

but my graphic driver is displayed as "2.1 Mesa 7.5-rc4" in sysinfo, I got a gforce 9400 and I installed the nvidia package. I cannot activate 3d effects.
9  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Problems with Pardus 2009, please help: true console, encfs, nvidia on: July 19, 2009, 18:33:50 PM
I just installed Pardus 2009 and I got a few problems which make the system unusable for me:

1. encfs is missing: this is severe, as all my downloads are on an encfs-encrypted partition and I cannot access them with Pardus 2009. I can't find encfs in pisi package manager.

2. no ctrl+alt+f1 console: when I try to go there, all I get is a messed up screen, but no true console! How can I activate it?

3. I installed the package nvidia-current with pisi, but cannot set up 3d and desktop effects. Do I have to mess arround with xorg.conf manually?
10  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Google earth trouble: libssl error on: April 04, 2009, 00:11:05 AM
Hello,

a pisi of GoogleEarth you find on my Server http://pchilfe-juergens.de/PISI-Pakete/ and it works without problems.

Greetings
bubbel

That's very nice of you, but it won't solve the problem.There is nothing wrong with my version either, it's just that my TV (not connected to a computer monitor!) cannot display certain fonts due to resolution issues (like basically everything in kde4 and kdm). So I need a way to change the fonts in google-earth so I can see them on my living room TV. They work with a computer monitor, so there is nothing wrong with google earth.
11  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Google earth trouble: libssl error on: April 03, 2009, 00:54:55 AM
Thanks, I get it to start now (at least) but...

Next problem is: The fonts in GoogleEarth are not readable (see screenshot). Any idea how to fix this? I'm using KDE3 and I am running Pardus conneted to a TV with the rather strange resolution of 1360x768. When I try to run KDE4, I have the same problem with all programs, but kde3 works fine. The font in the kdm screen is also not readable, but that's no problem, as I set it to auto-login.
12  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Google earth trouble: libssl error on: April 02, 2009, 19:09:50 PM
Hi,
just installed googleearth5 but cannot start it, I always get the following error:

Code:
/googleearth-bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libssl.so.0.9.8: undefined symbol: EVP_camellia_128_cbc

Any idea what to do? I've looked for libssl upgrades in pisi, but there are none. Thanks for any help in advance!
13  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: kdesu in KDE4? on: January 15, 2009, 14:57:55 PM

What about this :
Code:
su -
konqueror
?

Oops, I just saw I never replied to this one to say "thank you!". How impolite of me!

Well, better late than never, so here goes: Thanks!

"su -" actually works (for any program), but it's more a workarround than a solution, because you have to open a konsole and keep it open until done. So no easy Alt+f2+"kdesu dolphin"....

But still, I can use KDE4 now!
14  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Networky things don't update unless I move my mouse on: January 15, 2009, 14:47:20 PM
My next guess is there is something wrong with your xorg.conf settings, but I'm not sure what it could be...

Does this problem also occur in text mode? (e.g. when pressing crtl+alt+f1 and download a file or using pisi up?)
15  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Networky things don't update unless I move my mouse on: January 13, 2009, 11:38:06 AM
Maybe it's the profile setting of powermanagement... I had a similar thing on an older computer and it always happened when powermanagement tried to slow down the CPU to save power. Maybe your mainboard or bios settings do not allow changing CPU speed?

Try to edit your power management profiles that everything keeps running on a maximum level and see if the problem appears again. If it does, I'm clueless!
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