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2018 Nov 28
2
[External] Re: CentOS 7 package not present in Red Hat EL 7 - qt-assistant
On 28/11/18 01:24, Akemi Yagi wrote: > On Tue, Nov 27, 2018 at 5:47 AM Toralf Lund <toralf.lund at pgs.com> wrote: >> I'm using CentOS 7 for development of software that is sometimes used on >> Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. I conjunction with an update of one of the >> applications, I asked some Red Hat users to install the Qt 4 Assistant >> application
2018 Nov 28
0
CentOS 7 package not present in Red Hat EL 7 - qt-assistant
On Tue, Nov 27, 2018 at 5:47 AM Toralf Lund <toralf.lund at pgs.com> wrote: > > I'm using CentOS 7 for development of software that is sometimes used on > Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. I conjunction with an update of one of the > applications, I asked some Red Hat users to install the Qt 4 Assistant > application via the qt-assistant package (which is used by a
2018 Nov 27
2
CentOS 7 package not present in Red Hat EL 7 - qt-assistant
I'm using CentOS 7 for development of software that is sometimes used on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. I conjunction with an update of one of the applications, I asked some Red Hat users to install the Qt 4 Assistant application via the qt-assistant package (which is used by a "help" function in our software.) It seemed like there was no such package in the Red Hat package set,
2014 Nov 07
0
Problems with QT Creator
Problem: QT Creator application hangs on boot up. Setup: LUbuntu 14.04, with Geforce 7500LE card If I install the nvidia driver QT Creator does work. How can I trace the issue and provide some feed back? Tim -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2013 Jun 11
1
Setting up paths etc. for Qt 4 development
Hi, I was just wondering, is there a "correct" or "preferred" way of setting up the path and other environment variables for Qt 4 development/build using qmake and all - on a CentOS 6 system? I mean, this does not work out-of-the box, at least if you have build files that assume "qmake" may be executed just like that - as there is no Qt 4 qmake on the path,
2015 Aug 12
0
Help viewer issues
Hi. Does anyone else have issues with the GNOME help viewer on CentOS 6? I think it mostly worked a while back, but after some recent update or the other, I have problems like: 1. Nothing happens when I click "Desktop User Guide" or "GNOME Desktop Accessibility Guide" or "GNOME Desktop System Administration Guide" on the "Help Topics" page. 2. If I
2012 May 11
0
Qt 4.8.1. on CentOS 5
Hi, Has anyone here tried the latest Qt version - 4.8.1 - on a CentOS 5 system? I've tried, and also failed - most programs will crash during some very fundamental operation, like drawing windows or something. This only happens when GUI Style is set to "Desktop Settings (Default)" (when running GNOME) in the Qt Configuration, though, so it must have something to do with the Gtk
2018 Oct 04
0
Copy to smb share fails with "invalid argument" on CentOS 7
Hi, I've had problems copying files to Windows shares from my CentOS 7 machine lately. I originally got this in the desktop file manager, but find that I can also reproduce using gvfs-copy. "cp" to the directory mounted by gvfs works just fine, on the other hand. Also, the problem does not occur with small files - I think anything below 64k is OK. The following command sequence
2020 Feb 22
2
Installing a single rpm package from desktop/browser on CentOS 7
Unfortunately, the GUI isn't quite set up to tell you what the error would be. When you use `$ sudo yum install whatever.rpm`, the output in the shell will often give you a clue as to what's going wrong--a missing dependency, etc. -- Seth. On Fri, Feb 21, 2020 at 9:51 AM Yves Bellefeuille <yan at storm.ca> wrote: > Toralf Lund <toralf.lund at pgs.com> wrote: > >
2020 Jan 11
2
Unresolved dependencies when upgrade on centOS 8
Hi, Guys i got unresolved dependencies when trying to upgrade centOS 8, what should i do to fix this? [root at ws1 ebedsat]# dnf upgrade Last metadata expiration check: 0:14:27 ago on Sat 11 Jan 2020 12:16:02 PM WIB. Error: Problem 1: cannot install the best update candidate for package kmod-iwlegacy-0.0-1.el8.elrepo.x86_64 - nothing provides kernel >= 4.18.0-147.el8 needed by
2020 Feb 21
3
Installing a single rpm package from desktop/browser on CentOS 7
If I want to install a software package from a simple rpm file "the GUI way" on a CentOS 7 system, what am I supposed to do? If I open the file in the desktop, or alternatively, click on a link to a package in the browser and tell it to use the default app, gnome-software (I think) opens, but it just displays the message Sorry, something went wrong I mean, really? Isn't this
2012 Jul 08
0
QT menu decorations missing on Centos 6
See this screenshot for an example of what I get when I run qtconfig-qt4 on Centos 6 and select a menu: http://www.melvilletheatre.com/screenshot-qt-example.png If the list is long, the menu extends from the top to the bottom of my physical screen, with a little arrow at the top and the bottom which, if I sit the mouse pointer on the arrow, makes the list scroll up and down. As you
2020 Feb 24
0
[External] Re: Installing a single rpm package from desktop/browser on CentOS 7
On 22/02/2020 03:55, Seth Goldin wrote: > Unfortunately, the GUI isn't quite set up to tell you what the error would > be. Seriously? I'd say that if it's not set up that way it has no business being included in a stable release of anything, let alone an "enterprise operating system"... > When you use `$ sudo yum install whatever.rpm`, the output in the
2013 Dec 04
3
CentOS 6.5 VirtualBox
Hi Is anyone here using VirtualBox? I've had it working rather well for some time, but after some recent upgrade or the other it's started exiting with a Segmentation fault just after startup, before windows are opened or anything. I've tried a few different versions, all with the same result. I'm using binary packages
2020 Feb 24
2
[External] Re: Installing a single rpm package from desktop/browser on CentOS 7
On 21/02/2020 15:51, Yves Bellefeuille wrote: > Toralf Lund <toralf.lund at pgs.com> wrote: > >> And, yeah, I know about rpm command line and yum and all, but shouldn't >> there be a "more user-friendly" way? > The command line is your friend. In many case, but in the situations I'm talking about here is really a lot more cumbersome to use. To
2020 Feb 21
0
Installing a single rpm package from desktop/browser on CentOS 7
Toralf Lund <toralf.lund at pgs.com> wrote: > And, yeah, I know about rpm command line and yum and all, but shouldn't > there be a "more user-friendly" way? The command line is your friend. Have a look at yumex. I think you'll prefer the command line, though. -- Yves Bellefeuille <yan at storm.ca>
2016 Oct 14
1
CentOS 7/GNOME 3 customise top panel
On 14/10/2016 15:45, Toralf Lund wrote: > On 14/10/16 16:23, Tris Hoar wrote: >> On 14/10/2016 13:39, Toralf Lund wrote: >>> Hi, >>> >>> Is there any way to customise the top panel in CentOS 7 with GNOME 3 >>> (which I recently tried for the first time)? Specifically, I want to add >>> "application launchers",
2013 Jan 22
1
Accessing packages on DVD from rescue mode?
Hi, Does anyone know a way to access rpm packages on the CentOS 6 install DVD after booting into "rescue mode" from the same DVD? I mean, I can't immediately see the Packages directory or a full DVD mount point... TIA, - Toralf This e-mail, including any attachments and response string, may contain proprietary information which is confidential and may be legally privileged. It
2013 Jul 18
1
Filesystem missing from computer:///
Hi Does anyone know what exactly controls which filesystems are listed when opening Computer (URL computer:///) in the File Browser? I have a system disk with 4 different data partitions, but only 3 of them show up in the list. The "missing" one can, however, be mounted just fine from the command line, and it's also included in /dev/disk/by-label. It has
2014 Aug 17
1
Java plugin (icedtea-web) does not load
Hi, After some recent upgrade or the other, the browser plugin for java no longer works in my CentOS 6 x86_64 setup - using Firefox. Applets won't load, and no java plugin is mentioned in "about:plugins". The "openjdk" Java packages as well as icetea-web are installed, though, and everything worked just fine a few weeks ago. Has anyone else seen this? Any idea what may be