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1  Assistance / Hardware / Re: DVB-T USB stick on: August 31, 2010, 00:42:59 AM
Thanks Bahri16,

I've got it working now. Like you said I needed the correct firmware, managed to find it with help of google.
Your suggestion of kaffeine was also a good one, it works better then VLC.
2  Assistance / Hardware / Re: DVB-T USB stick on: August 30, 2010, 21:56:34 PM
........ how can I install the Linux drivers (debian?) that I have downloaded from their site?
Can you supply a link to this ^^^ site
No direct link because they use javascript to download the files.  Sad

Asus.com and then you go to Download
choose
Select Product "Multimedia"
Select Series "TV-Tuner"
Select Models "My Cinema-U3100Mini/DVBT
Then search and choose Linux as OS
Then VGA and the driver I downloaded was:
-------------------------------------------------------------
 Version 1.2
     
Description    USB linux driver for U3000 Mini DVBT and U3100 Mini DVBT
Only support ASUS U3000 Mini DVBT /U3100 Mini DVBT
--------------------------------------------------------------


Quote
That was the manual that came with the stick.
I tried to install the driver as was in the manual.

This was what happened:
R60-FV EeePC-TVDrv-U3000-1.2 # ./install_u3000
./install_u3000: line 3: dpkg: command not found

3  Assistance / Hardware / DVB-T USB stick on: August 30, 2010, 01:12:47 AM
Hello,

I have a Asus U3100 mini DVB-T USB stick, how can I install the Linux drivers (debian?) that I have downloaded from their site? I can use the VLC player to watch the TV chanels, but not without the driver.  Wink
4  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: Install on logical partition on: February 16, 2010, 23:23:41 PM
Quote from: atolboo
If you think this a bug you can report  it at http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/ and chose Component: yali.

Ok, I did.
http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/show_bug.cgi?id=12277
5  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Printer Canon ImageCLASS MF series problem on: February 11, 2010, 20:02:18 PM
Thanks again Andreas.

Looks like there is a problem with the Sourgeforge driver.
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=2842569&group_id=1537&atid=101537
6  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Printer Canon ImageCLASS MF series problem on: February 11, 2010, 00:22:52 AM
Hi Michiel and Andreas,

It tried those files. I had to activate the Cups web interface, because the Pardus printer installer didn't give me any information, this way I could see that Cups couldn't find the printer. The printer has it's own network connection through WIFI.

I googled around a bit and found out that Canon uses a proprietary driver to control the printer. There is a opensource version of this BNJP driver on SourceForge and there is also a Linux driver from Canon. I had a look at the SourceForge version and it looks like it needs to be compiled. For the Canon driver  I could find instructions how to install it under Ubuntu and Suse, but not for Pardus. I know to little about Linux to know what method to choose.

Hope someone can help me.

Thanks,
Frank
7  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: Install on logical partition on: February 07, 2010, 23:44:06 PM
Ok, you had 3 primary partitions + 1 extended partition. That's the maximum allowed number.
And inside the extended partition there are the 2 logical partitions.
Yes, but also 30GB free space, so that's why I think the installation program should have offered to make a logical partition for Pardus.
8  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Printer Canon ImageCLASS MF series problem on: February 07, 2010, 22:35:01 PM
Hi Andreas,
Hello Fox,

then I recommend you to write a bug here   Wink
I'm afraid that's to complicated for me. I don't know what's wrong. The files, the Pardus printing installer, PISI or ....  Huh?

Frank
9  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: Install on logical partition on: February 07, 2010, 22:28:31 PM
I made the partition I needed with a disk utility
Which disk utility?
DFsee

Quote from: atolboo
Quote from: Fox
I think it's a mistake in the installation program that you get the error message that there are to many primary partitions
This means you had 4 primary partitions.
And in this case you can only change a primary partition into an extended partition.
No, I had three primary partitions (windows takes up two and one for another OS) and two logical partitions with data like photos, MP3 files and other stuff.

Quote from: atolboo
If you think this a bug you can report  it at http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/ and chose Component: yali.
Ok, I'll try.
10  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: Install on logical partition on: February 07, 2010, 21:38:37 PM
Hallo Antoon,

I'm keeping you busy.  Wink

Yes, it's possible. I found out how to do it.
I made the partition I needed with a disk utility and then restarted the install program. I assigned the logical partition I made as Pardus system partition and the install program was happy. While I'm typing this Pardus is being installed on my other computer.

I think it's a mistake in the installation program that you get the error message that there are to many primary partitions, when you choose the install option "No, I'll partion my disk manually", instead of being offered to make a logical partition.

Groetjes,
Frank
11  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Printer Canon ImageCLASS MF series problem on: February 07, 2010, 16:52:43 PM
Hi Andreas,
sudo pisi up

Hello Fox,

it was one mistake from me, sorry.  Roll Eyes

Code:
pisi up (as root)
No, I was unclear. Sorry. The command sudo pisi up did work, but I meant that there was no effect. There were no packets that needed an update.
12  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Printer Canon ImageCLASS MF series problem on: February 07, 2010, 16:19:55 PM
sudo pisi up didn't work, I guess because it was a fresh install of 2009.1

Thanks, I tried the other drivers but I didn't get it working. Sad
13  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Printer Canon ImageCLASS MF series problem on: February 07, 2010, 14:15:11 PM
Hi Andreas,

I tried to,
sudo pisi it cndrvcups-common-1.60-2-1.pisi
(file was in my download directory)

I got the error message that cndrvcups-common is not compatible with the distribution version of Pardus 2009.  Sad
14  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Printer Canon ImageCLASS MF series problem on: February 07, 2010, 13:27:22 PM
Is this also needed to get a Canon Pixma MP620 working?

I tried to use the Canon Pixma MP-600 files from the Pardus WIKI, I think I can use these to. Couldn't download the files:

Not Found

The requested URL /~ozan/dist/binaries/2009/cnijfilter-common-mp600-3.00-1.pisi was not found on this server.   Sad

15  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Install on logical partition on: February 07, 2010, 13:04:24 PM
Hello,

is it possible to install Pardus on a logical partition?

I've enough disk space, but no more primary partitions. I get an error message that there are to many primary partitions when I try to install it. Can't find anything in the installation guide about it, but I must admit that it is not a normal situation.   Smiley
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