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1  MyDSL Extensions / System / ubuntuone on: February 14, 2014, 01:27:13 PM
Hello

Can someone tell me if it is possible to access Ubuntuone with FTP (file transfer protocol) in DSL?
I have tried to do it after installing Python2.4, but it still gives the next error:...

"sys:1: DeprecationWarning: Non-ASCII character '\x9f' in file u1ftp-0.1.zip on line 2, but no encoding declared; see http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0263.html for details
File "u1ftp-0.1.zip", line 1
PK_PTEhA£EÂ
^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax"


I can't enter it the normal way via the web.

Thanks
2  MyDSL Extensions / Net / Re: alt-gr-keys in firefox 2.0 on: November 05, 2013, 04:44:39 AM
I have added "dsl lang=be" to the menu.lst and ... it works !

Thanks
3  MyDSL Extensions / Net / alt-gr-keys in firefox 2.0 on: November 04, 2013, 05:10:36 PM
 Hello

I'm using a hard drive install, latest stable version of dsl. I have a be-latin1 keyboard setting, and when I am on the internet with a Firefox-like browser, my @ key (and all other alt gr+keys) wont work. If I just have run xsetup.sh it "does", but after reboot no more. Dillo is the only browser which print it, but I tried to login my yahoo mail with Dillo (I need @ to login), than there is a problem with cookies (that version of Dillo is to old I think, because in the cookiesrc, cookies are enabled with "#default exept". Can anyone tell me what I can do to have another shortcut for @. I allready tried to put echo @ in the jwmkeysrc but it failed (it than writes it into the text part of the system, that you can see with "ctrl+alt+f1").
 
       Thanks
4  Damn Small Linux / Other Help Topics / Re: configuring packages on: April 22, 2013, 01:32:27 PM
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5  Damn Small Linux / Other Help Topics / Re: configuring packages on: April 21, 2013, 06:59:49 AM
Thanks,

that explains a lot.
"Sourcecode package" does that mean, from "Sourceforge", or is that from Debian in our (DSL) case?
What I allso wanted to know is: When I want to start an installed package and the output is: errot while loading shared libraries (eg) 'gimpprint.so.1' no such file or directory, and I can't find gimpprint.so.1, why should this than work with gimpprint.dev?

Thanks again
6  Damn Small Linux / Other Help Topics / configuring packages on: April 19, 2013, 09:04:54 AM
Hello

To install packages of sourceforge (for instance), I need to configure them first. Meanwhile I know it is possible to do "make" and "make install" with gcc, but how will I be able to do "./configure"? Is there a package in Debian I can install for it? Or what?
I have to mention that I have a full hd installation.

Thanks
7  MyDSL Extensions / Apps / gimp 1.2 on: March 01, 2013, 06:02:20 AM
Hello
I'm running dsl on a Pentium 3, 666mhz processer with 356mb on RAM.
I want to copy a layer on a series of jpg-images (that I saved from a video in avidemux) , but everytime I open a bash and  type: gimp  -b[]file> , it says "batch command experienced  an execution error".
I'm having Gimp 1.2 from out of the "mydsl" directory, and normaly this should work with video->frames modify->duplicate layer, i think. But it will not.
Maybe someone can help me out here.



Hello again
Is there anyone who can run batch mode from gimp in dsl anyway?
It can't be so difficult, I think it must be a (java)-script like a project in Avidemux.

In the meanwhile I have installed Python from Synaptic, together  with a script from the net (recipe 496897-1.py) , but they do'nt seem to match totally.
Maybe someone can hand me a plug-in, module, or script with instructions to make it binary and install it to usr, lib, gimp, ...

Thanks.


I found the solution myself already.
In the menu "video=>move paths" I can do exactly what I wanted.
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