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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 14 2008
 
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I dont have.
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i know how to put those programs to autostart but my question was how to auto start them only with gnome,i know how to do it with kde4 but dont know how to do it with gnome


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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 14 2008
 
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I dont have.
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and gnome control panel sessions is that same sessions what is in preferences menu


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 wallpaper

 
 by MandrivaTurkiye on: Oct 14 2008
 
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my wallpaper Gimp powered :)

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Mandriva+2009?content=91256

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/MandrivaTurkiye.com?content=91255

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/eniXma?content=91137

Thanks


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 Good idea?

 
 by tuxvoytec on: Oct 19 2008
 
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I don't like new theme IaOra-Qt (but i don't hate). Therefore i use theme Oxygen, even in MCC
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/pelny/722322083db641a8.html


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 Average boot time

 
 by donoterase on: Oct 22 2008
 
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Hi everyone. Mandriva 2009 claims improved boot speed time. Like to get an idea of everyones boot up time. Here's the boot up comparison for my laptop.

Mandriva 2008, kernel 2.6.24.7: 1min33sec
Mandriva 2009, kernel 2.6.27: 46sec

Gotta love it.


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 Re: Average boot time

 
 by Fri13 on: Oct 26 2008
 
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The Linux OS has nothing to do with the faster boot time in this case. It is the Init version what Mandriva use. It is responsible for starting and executing all applications and services after the OS (Linux kernel) starts the Init.

You can speed it up by using prelink (what Mandriva does now automatically, I think), turning off system services what you dont need etc.


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 Re: Re: Average boot time

 
 by donoterase on: Oct 28 2008
 
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Yeah I agree. Boot time has never bothered me much up until now, as I still boot into into 2008 and find it I use it quite often. What I wanted to do was see if I could reduce the boot time in 2008, and when analysing and comparing my two bootchart output from 2008 & 2009, its clear to see that during bootup, my 2008 installtion does a lot of unneccessary waiting, hence the longer boot time. I thinkered with the runlevels of the startup services, and have seen a huge improvement.


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 Re: Re: Re: Average boot time

 
 by Fri13 on: Oct 28 2008
 
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All distributions should work together to get a faster system boot. There are those few different Init replacements what works well in different situations but not on all.

The 2009 is good direction for faster boottime, but there is lots of job there.
But the reason might be the hardware and not the software.

Because it sounds little silly to want a same boot times as we had on C64 etc. Where the OS was burned with basic applications to the ROM chip. And there is coming same thing when the new RAM memory gets in production state so we can get the speed of ROM but work as normal RAM. So when we shutdown and reboot the computer, the data is always in memory and the normal diskdrives or SSD drives can be forgotten as system memory, but only for storing information itself.


What is Linux and GNU/Linux?
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 New one

 
 by GayGirlie on: Dec 29 2008
 
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Decided to join this group, I find Mandriva quite an excellent distro. Though, there are a few pretty rough spots.

Anyways, cheers.


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 Re: New one

 
 by donoterase on: Jan 29 2009
 
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Hi New one! Welcome to the group! How are we guys and gals? I'm just curious as to what the average memory footprint of other mandriva 2009 users out there. I've currently got a memory footprint of 700mb, running a lot of applets, xmms, pidgin, and firefox with 7 tabs opened. Just wondering if this is normal. Would be interesting to see and compare. :) Ciao for now.


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 Re: Re: New one

 
 by tuxvoytec on: Jan 29 2009
 
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Hi
In this time I workong/testing Mdv2009.1+KDE4.2. I use many (Konqueror, Amarok, Kmail, Akregator, oo.org-Writer) apllicatoions. Alls used some 1.1 GB of ram. Thie is kde4.2 but on LXDE the same apllications use 300-500 MB.

BTW: MDV 2009.1 alpha2 startup on 25 sec.


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 Re: Re: Re: New one

 
 by donoterase on: Feb 2 2009
 
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Nice to see that my memory footprint isn't freakishly high. KDE and gnome will always use more memory than LXDE imo. BTW, nice boot up time!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: New one

 
 by tuxvoytec on: Feb 2 2009
 
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Yeah KDE4 and GNOME is hunge so use more memory. I use kde but a like it and i got 3gb of ram.


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