Issues setting keyboard shortcuts on Linux Mint Debian Edition
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 19, 2012
I have a completely fresh install of LMDE (XFCE) on my laptop. Virtually the first thing I did was to set up a terminal hotkey. However, I think there may be a bug in the software, because I am not able to enter a keyboard shortcut. I am just confirming here that I am not doing anything stupid.... it seems so simple!
In XFCE, I click open the menu bar, go to settings > keyboard > Application shortcuts. I then click Add, which pops up a box. In the "command" input field, I enter "xfce4-terminal". However, there is no field to enter the keyboard shortcut, or to press a combination of keys.
Can anyone confirm this issue? If not, am I doing something wrong?
protocol suggestion parental control on internet access level for linux router
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 11, 2013
So here's the deal
I want to set a ubuntu server (lets say the current LTS release) up as router in my lan (wireless wifi and wired ethernet).
Setting up the right iptables rules shouldn't be a biggie.
I also want to restrain my kids from using the internet too much.
To accomplish this I had in mind to give everyone a personal account and login, wich they should use to be able to have acces to the internet.
The router should then either give them or not give them acces, based on time shedules.
This however, I don't know how to accomplish. Using a captive portal seems way to klunky for something you use on a daily basis.
I read something on wikipedia about PPP and PPPoe, but are those protocols really the ones I'm looking after?
Is there an existing project that achieves something similar?
Is there an implementation of the protocols I'd need, that I could easily adapt to make use from time shedules?
Thanks for your toughts,
After some more research I'm going to instal
usb/midi keyboard how do i use with linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 23, 2012
Hi i have a keyboard and i got an adapter that is midi to usb. What apps should i use with it and how? I don't want to use jack as i tried so many times with so many apps over the years and it did my head in. I would go through long periods of times not being able to get sound for the simplest things and i don't want to go through that horror again. I do audio and video production and i use Artistx which is a distro from Ubuntu. Thanks would appreciate advice as i have never hooked up anything to the computer other than mics...i have a usb mic and it works fantastic
Use Xming to access linux get log screen again after enter valid username and pawd
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 9, 2009
Use Xming to access Mandriva get log screen again after enter valid username and pawd
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From windows, I can launch Xming to show login screen of linux box. However, after I enter the valid username and password, I simply get a another login screen. I never able to see the linux desktop. I can use
ssh to login linux box and launch any X program correctly though.
Please let me know where to fix. Thanks a lot!
Not getting the linux virtual machine access from host
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 17, 2013
i have setup the jdk and apache server in RHEL5 in a virtual machine . i want to access the 8443 port from the windows browser and i also tried https://192.168.100.155:8443 as 192.168.100.155 is a ip for linux vm but didnt get the access ... please guide me
configure keyboard shortcuts on citrix client (receiver) for linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2013
I cannit minimize citrix virtual desktop running on Ubuntu with citrix client (receiver), version 12.1.0.
Knows someone howto configure citrix client to get Shift-F2 working like on Windows machines?
LXer: Access And Sync Google Drive Using InSync Under Ubuntu/Linux Mint
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 2, 2012
Published at LXer:
InSync is a new application, still in its beta stage, that allows users to synchronize their data stored in their Google Drive accounts under Ubuntu using the Nautilus file manager.
Usb access to my phones storage from Linux.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 23, 2013
Hello, i recently invested in a new Motorola Razr HD Mobile phone. It runs Android 4.1.2
Previously running Android on a different phone (htc hd2) i could access storage through the usb easily with an option when plugged in.
With my new phone i only get two options, 'Media device (MTP)' and 'camera (PTP)'.
When i access MTP, i can't do anything. There are some exe files which i'm pretty sure are for software communication between Windows; i've even tried installing these under wine but they fail.
How can i access the internal storage through usb?
[SOLVED] Reading and writing to the Linux keyboard buffer
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 13, 2012
This is not a question, it is an answer post:
I had a project where I needed to stuff the Linux keyboard with some keystrokes to control a web browser remotely. I couldn't believe how little information there was on the keyboard buffer and how much time it took me to figure it all out. I saw many posts with similar questions but very few with any real working answers and code. So, I thought I'd post what I figured out.
1) First determine the event ID of your keyboard at the command line using either: $cat /proc/bus/input/devices
viewing the var/log/Xorg.0.log searching for "keyboard"
2) Edit the posted code and insert the event id for your system in the following code segment:
char *device = "/dev/input/event4";
3) When running the program you will need to be logged in a su or sudo user.
Run the command with: $ sudo ./a.out
4) All keyboard key defines can be located in the header file:
Here is a snippet of a working write
USB Mouse and Keyboard not working in Linux 4 Tegra
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 28, 2013
I am a new person in Tegra Linux development. I have Tamontem NG Evaluation board with Tegra 3 Chip. I installed L4T sample file system from NVIDIA tegra Resources (https://developer.nvidia.com/linux-tegra) and installed the file system as described in the documentation provided in NVIDIA site. Already these was an SD card with L4T running. i dont want to change the boot loader. So I copied the boot.scr.uimg to root (/) folder and uImage to boot(/boot/) and it starts booting from the existing SD card. After that while booting, some errors occurred in some Bluetooth devices (there is no bluetooth device in the board). So I disabled Bluetooth by giving the following command
sudo mv /etc/init/bluetooth.conf /etc/init/bluetooth.conf.noexec
Now the problem is that mouse and keyboard are not working. So i cannot login. Even though i installed desktop, the mouse and keyboard are not working. But mouse and keyboard are enumerating. lsusb command is showing the USB mouse and keyboard.
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