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1  Assistance / Hardware / Hp Laserjet 1018s on: March 29, 2007, 23:57:20 PM
just a small add-on to my previous post:

correct location is /etc/cups/ppd (at least there is ppd for my brother hl-2032)
2  Assistance / Software / Opera on: March 29, 2007, 14:08:32 PM
Quote from: "scorptig"
Quote from: "jnmbk"
That's because Opera had some security problems. Anyway, if you really need it someone has uploaded its' pisi file here: http://www.speedyshare.com/589455620.html

Thanks I needed this, security, Opera, has 1 security issue, Firefox currently has 3.


hmm... actually Opera has 0 and FF stil 3  Cheesy
3  Assistance / Hardware / Hp Laserjet 1018s on: March 29, 2007, 13:54:53 PM
Hi Talisien

pls check those pages: http://openprinting.org/show_printer.cgi?recnum=HP-LaserJet_1018 and

it seems that you need only ppd file which is provided with foo2jzs and inside your windows driver on CD.
If your PC see your printer on USB connection, you must provide new (correct) PPD file (just copy PPD file to correct location) and withn printer configuration dialog point to new ppd file.
4  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / adsl connection with networkmanager on: March 29, 2007, 12:53:05 PM
SUSE has tool (I believe its called Kintrenet or something similar) which is almost the same as MS Windows tool for creating dial-up connection (same tool for ppp and pppoe dial-up).

Talisien, I agree with you that existence of similar tool in Pardus will be very nice, especially because many low-entry ADSL modems (and those modems ISP's  usually give when you sign a contract) don't work or have problems when running in routing mode.
5  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / adsl connection with networkmanager on: March 29, 2007, 09:43:21 AM
It is possible to connect via Networkmanager, but only if your ADSL modem support routing mode (I'm using ELCON 2253EU ADSL modem).

In routing mode your username and password are part of modem settings (entered while configuring modem).  After that just enable that eth0 is configured via DHCP (in case that DHCP server is enabled on your ADSL modem) or put static IP withn range of your ADSL modem.
6  Assistance / Hardware / usb keybord on: March 28, 2007, 23:49:53 PM

actually i believe that this is "problem" with your motherboard (if I'm wrong  please correct me) BIOS sequence. I had similar problem with my previous motherboard (Gigabyte) because that MB was putting USB on the end of peripherals sequence, while my present MB (Asus) is putting USB ports into functional state about 5 sec after power on/reboot.
7  General / Introduce yourself / Greetz from Croatia on: March 28, 2007, 23:40:29 PM

First.... Congratulations goes to developers and everyone involved into creating this (for now  Cheesy ) excellent distro.

My name is Mario, 30 y.o., and I'm using linux since Red Hat 6.2  Cheesy, after that Slackware, Debian, Ubuntu and for last 10 days Pardus (hm it seems that as I'm getting older I'm  using more frendlier distros  :twisted:)

Keep up a good work
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