Dear CentOS Community,When using the GUI, there is the option "Places". From "Places" you can choose "Connect to Server", which will allow you to connect t... [by askWinters]
on 12/12/2010 – Made popular on 12/12/2010
Hello, I'm sorry for the strange tittle. Well, in my job my boss (an devoloper) ask me one think: Create an simple app that uses GPS to show near places.
I not already have an App for this, but he asks me to create an from sources.
I am trying to utilize GPS in a way to where you can get a good "overview" or "bird's eye view" of what is going on, especially with respect to showing your starred favorites while you're navigating towards a given spot.
What I like to do--enter certain places we may consider, have them show on the map, ALL of them, to where you can easily see other places of interest while na
I'm using the "gnome classic" desktop, and I'm having a problem with the "Places" panel menu.
After adding a certain amount of bookmarks to nautilus, the Places menu collapses all bookmarks to "Bookmarks...," but the vertical length of the places menu even with the "Bookmarks" uncollapsed is nowhere near even half of my screen height.
I don't have Places menu. Have found a dynamic Places menu implementation, but couldn't work that out as well. Either I make a mistake when pasting the necessary Menu.xml entry or it's a bug.In /etc/skel I see two .sh files, places and recently used, but when I enter one of them to Menu.xml, Openbox produces a warning of "permission denied".
I saw that Gnome-Documents will support Skydrive from Gnome 3.6. That will let me view documents, but I'd like to be able to save documents to my skydrive. On my windows box I have the Skydrive app, works just like Dropbox.
Hi guys,i am trying to set up Vim as my C++ IDE since 2 days and no success so far.I have installed Vim pacman -Q vim
vim 7.3.661-1I have downloaded vim-latex and clang tar balls,extract and place appropriate directorys in ~/.vim e.g.
Hello, I'm looking for a way to put something like the Places menu from gnome 2 on Kubuntu. Actually I think this is usually refered to as the "Applications - Places - System" menu but the application launcher menu serves most of these functions.