Dynamically configure different DNS server based on user login.view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I've got two young sons and I'm looking to reconfigure the 'Family' desktop to give the older son his own user account.I've only recently started with Arch on my personal netbook so the family desktop is still running Ubuntu.  That will likely change next clean install though.I'd like to set the DNS to OpenDNS 'family shield' for his usage but allow ful (HowTos)

[solved] EFI/GRUB2: grub.cfg used during boot is not the updated one.view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I read the wiki article carefully, but I don't remember exactly what I've done because I went through the installation process a dozen times over the course of two days making small changes each time to get arch to work. (HowTos)

xf86-input-synaptics 1.5.0-1 => 1.5.99-0.2 No „afterscroll“view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – After upgrade of package xf86-input-synaptics from 1.5.0-1 to 1.5.99-0.2 on x86_64 my synaptics touchpad lost ability to do Coasting*.* I guess that's how ability to do scroll drift called. You start scrolling quickly and release touchpad. After release scrolling still goes on.ADDITIONAL INFO:* I see a lot of ![1331675832,000,xklavier_evt_xkb.c:xkl_xkb_process_x_event/] ATTENTION! (HowTos)

[vim] indentation and change wordview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I just tested my fairly vanilla vim on this computer and mine does what you want.  If I start typing, hit enter, spacex4, type, enter (now indented 4 space) if I hit backspace it goes back a4 spaces.  I checked my vimrc, the only possible setting is autoindent, which according to the help file should do what you want.I then checked your vimrc.  You have this set autoindent " (HowTos)

gMTP is a simple MP3 and Media player client for UNIX and UNIX like systems.view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – gMTP is a simple graphical MTP based device client for Unix and Unix-like systems. It supports all MTP based devices, including MP3 players, media players, tablets, and mobile phones. Due to Oracle Solaris 10 not having a native MTP based MP3 player support application, I've written my own GUI client for MTP devices. (HowTos)

Arch Linux turns 10view story

http://www.archlinux.org – Dan McGee wrote: If you follow Arch Planet, you may have already heard the news that we are celebrating a decade of existence, with the release of 0.1 Homer on March 11, 2002. If you haven't already, grab some birthday cake and head over to Arch Planet to read several developers chronologies and wonderful words of praise for Arch Linux. (Distributions)

/home partition corrupts randomlyview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Also, only one entry should be "0 1". home should be "0 2".SMART isn't everything. I only suggested it because it certainly can be helpful. Last year, it gave me time to get everything off my drive before it finally died. However, I would be wary of gui tools. I have no experience with gsmartcontrol and it looks quite nice. (HowTos)

LVM2 overhead?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – When creating filesystems with ext4 5% of the filesystem is reserved for the super-user.From the mkfs.ext4 man page: -m reserved-blocks-percentage Specify the percentage of the filesystem blocks reserved for the super-user. (HowTos)

Locale problemsview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Stemp wrote:In your rc.conf the LOCALE is set to ru_RU.utf-8 but loc    ale-gen generate ru_RU.UTF-8?This was the first thing I have tried to change. Actualy I put an uppercase version first. The same goes for ru_RU.utf8 without '-'. (HowTos)

Invisible popup menus using cinnamon and muffin.view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – After a recent update of muffin-git*, popup (mostly right-click) menus in all applications have become invisible - if I click where I think the popup menu is supposed to be, a random action occurs (as I don't know which command is being clicked).  Firefox compact menu uses a popup so this does not display either.  Popup menus only work in Java applications (e.g., libre-office).Norma (HowTos)