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|[kubuntu] Problem with F-Spot Photo Manager and D-Bus!|
Hi there! I have installed Ubuntu 8.04 and then I installed the KDE 4
and when I'm trying to open F-Spot Photo Manager the following prompt
|[ubuntu] Server Hangs at Initiallization of System Message Bus; D-Bus|
Well, I'm brand new to server installations (...and
servers in general). I decided to use an old computer as a
"practice/small" LAMP server. Anyway, after I got through
some hardware issues (fun with old systems!), I got a good
I have an issue where the system gets
"stuck" when initializing the system message bus. This
forces me to stop the initialization by "alt-F4ing" it twice
(lol, it works), which brings up another issue. The secondary issue is
that the current prompt is a few too many lines off the screen... I
have to hold down a key until the prompt is on the screen to see what
I'm typing. I believe
|[ubuntu] System bus / Message bus daemon fails, can't connect|
I'm running Ubuntu Hard 8.04.4.
Since yesterday I get
the following errors in my syslog. And my avahi server fails to
Where should I look for? Any solutions? Google didn't gave
me any working answer.
14 19:47:53 kermit avahi-daemon: Found user 'avahi' (UID 110)
and group 'avahi' (GID 120).
Nov 14 19:47:53 kermit
avahi-daemon: Successfully dropped root privileges.
19:47:53 kermit avahi-daemon: avahi-daemon 0.6.22 starting
Nov 14 19:47:53 kermit avahi-daemon: dbus_b
|address bus or data bus? / "my computer is 32 bit"|
I have been trying to understand the difference between
data bus and address bus. I now understand that data bus can be
thought of as the size of the memory block you are writing to, whereas
address bus tells you the total number of such addresses that are open
to such writing/reading.
But I wrote this small program and this
has left me totally confused.
int a = 5;
malloc(200 * sizeof(char));
|[ubuntu] Ubuntu in a photo booth?|
Hi, I have been using Ubuntu since 9.10 and it has been great for my
every need...well, except one...I own a photo booth business and it
came with a Windows 8 laptop for the system's computer. It is running
DSLR Remote Pro for 95 freaking dollars a year. I have tried Cheese,
but the only camera it could find was my webcam. I need a program to
handle the user pushing an arcade button to start taking 4 pictures,
putting them on top of a background then printing them.
advice is appreciated!
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