You got avahi installed? Changed the symlink to python 2.7? Checked /etc/cups/client.conf?Tell us what you've done so far...
Had something similar happen to me today between en(UK) and de. I reassigned the shortcut (ALT+shift in my case) and things worked again as advertised. I did not fart around with the layouts themselves.
Yep - that worked, thanks alot.It was set to 576 - 'ifconfig eth0 mtu 1500' did the trickI recently changed the net confg from rc.conf to /etc/conf.d/netcfgNow, where do I set it permanently?There is no example in /etc/network.d/examples/*
Hi everyone.I have built an extension for gnome-shell to manage the radeons' power profile.It should work on every radeon using the open source drivers, and supports multiple card setups.You can find the source here:https://github.com/StuntsPT/shell-exten … le-managerThe extension here:https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/ … e-manager/Or even an AUR package here:https://aur.archlinux.org/pa
My printer is connected to my router via usb, my router is set up to share that usb as a printer and my archlinux computer prints to it. Set up your printer on your Linux computer by making it look for the printer at socket://path.to.router:9100. On my system, that would be socket://192.168.1.1:9100. Ignore the period after the port, that's just end-of-sentence punctuation.
Still no solution.I'm using my box as a cups client now ( with the server ip in /etc/cups/client.conf) and it works. By the way, I would really ask the cups devs, what would they do if they had multiple print servers on the same network...