Hi I want to run cairo dock, and it did run at first but then I tried to install a theme it will not run now, here is the terminal output.herpy@crunchbang:~$ cairo-dock
WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to: /home/herpy/.cache/keyring-uCkiBl/pkcs11: No such file or directory
warning : (/build/buildd-cairo-dock_3.0.0-2-i386-YnrGPt/cairo-dock-3.0.0/src/gldit/cairo-dock-opengl.c:cairo_do
Hey all, for those of you who are still here and still may remember me, well, I took a bit of a break. Don't worry, I am still rocking android, a Nexus 5 still (on #2 since my first one broke). Things have changed a bit since my last post.
First of all I would like to thank all the moderators, members and everyone who have helped me in the past for the queries I had. This is a wonderful community and I am so glad that I was part of it (though most of the time I was asking rather then helping others).
I do have my reasons for going back to ios, but that doesn't mean my love for android is less.
Hey there!Just joined the forums here after getting #! installed for the first time. I have to say, upon first impressions I get the feeling I'm going to like it here very much. The community here seems very laid back, open-minded, and casual yet well-versed, and that appeals to me a lot. I'm loving the playful banter mixed with solid technical advice.
No matter what you're pleasure, chances are there is an online community serving it. The open source community has many such places - Linux.com, for example - that cater to specific elements of the community. Red Hat believes there is room for a larger community for the larger community, however, a ...
Zarafa, the leading European provider of open source groupware and collaboration software, has launched the Zarafa Community Hub, accessible through http://www.zarafa-community.org.This new community site enables partners and Zarafa Community members to manage their contributions such as extensions and plugins.
Let me start off by saying I like Fedora and what it stands for. I like being on the bleeding edge, and I am making an effort to be a valuable member of the Fedora community. I hate Canonical, and by extension Ubuntu, due to it's dumbing down and restriction of the Linux experience.
But....where's this awesome, huge community that Fedora and Redhat claim is out there?