hi when i try to launch package-manager or network, i put the password but nothing launch. when trying by console i got these errorbash-3.2# system-config-networkXlib: connection ... [by samba]
on 03/22/2010 – Made popular on 03/22/2010
Hi guys, I've a problem. I got a python gstreamer program. if i start ubuntu, then open a shell then launch it it works, if i launch it via gnome-session-manager I get no audio. so 1) what is different launching a progrm via gnome-session-manager, 2 where can i get the logs of programs launched this way? any ideas? thanks
I'm quite new to KDE. And OpenSUSE. I wonder how to get Samba share access working well...
Dolphin supports Samba but it doesn't really mount anything, it seems... Non-KDE Applications therefor can't access samba that way. In Gnome there was a workaround for the same problem. You could simply go to ~/.gvfs in any application and find the samba mounted there.
I want to avoid any password prompt from Ubuntu (12.04) network manager. I just want that the application works silently with the network and password that I gived to it and prompt for password just if I clicked on connect, but no automatically. The problem is that sometimes when the connection fails for any reason (bad signal for example), the network manager ask again for the password.
I have installed F17 with Gnome 3 desktop and all updates. My desktop sits behind a router running dd-wrt which handles all connections to my isp and provides a static ip to my desktop. I decided to remove network manager and simply use system-config-network-gui to setup my connection. My desktop config isn't that complicated... it's just dhcp with everything handled at the router.
I accidently installed connmanager, it removed my network-manager and network-manager-gnome. Now I cannot connect to my wifi and ethernet connection. I tried to install network-manager from source (latest version) but it had dependency issues.
Now when I am connecting internet through usb-modem.
There are many tools that could help you configure samba, share user’s home directory, share printers, and CD-Rom drives in Ubuntu easily. One of those packages is system-config-samba. With this package, you could easily manage samba without worrying about editing text files or working from the console or terminal.