locutus wrote:I also have the HP C7280 but it wasn't listed in my install.
Which settings did you use? The TCP or IPP/HTTP? or Other???
big_dog1968 wrote:When I am in Krusader, I cannot see or mount any of the ntfs partitions I created.
locutus wrote:big_dog1968 wrote:When I am in Krusader, I cannot see or mount any of the ntfs partitions I created.
You'll probably have to create the file (eg: sda6) using Krusader in root mode. F7 is the key to create a file. If that doesn't do the trick on its own then you'll have to manually add it to /etc/fstab; just ignore the UUID crap and use "/dev/sda6 /media/sda6 ntfs relatime 0 0" (those are zeros, not o's). If that *still* doesn't work, reboot and try again, and reload the page.
Also, using Krusader make sure it's configured to AutoMount Filesystems in the Advanced section.
akshunj wrote:Obviously RC1 is out now, so please report bugs in the appropriate thread so Boo doesn't have to chase them down.
Anyway you may be happy to hear that Mint 6 KDE will be based on KDE 4.n and change its repos from Ubuntu to Kubuntu.
Well the news is that RC1 will become the stable.
Yes there were some bugs found but I can not reproduce them or they are a "feature".
Boo wrote:Anyway you may be happy to hear that Mint 6 KDE will be based on KDE 4.n
Boo wrote: and change its repos from Ubuntu to Kubuntu.
Boo wrote:Oh and I am currently building the mint 5 miniKDE iso.
rec9140 wrote:Boo wrote:Anyway you may be happy to hear that Mint 6 KDE will be based on KDE 4.n
Personally, NO this does not make me very happy. I have ZERO plans to move to 4.x any time in the near or short term future. When 4.x is
at the level of 3.5.x AND they drop completely their "rethink" on how I should use MY PC I'll review it again. Till then KDE 3.5.x is where I will be staying. Quite honestly if I wanted KvistacrapDE on my pc I would have stayed with winslop.
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