Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> dave wrote:
>> Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>>> GDM is fine
>>> Trash is fine, it wasn't before the new boot, but instead of it's old
>>> name KTrash it was named Trash. I renamed it again (because Gnome has
>>> got it's own Trash and the KDE Trash on the desktop). I won't check
>>> Gnome now, because I prefer KDE.
>>> All Icons are fine, but the Envy24Control icon is lost, maybe the
>>> program too. I'll check this later.
>>> Konqueror file and web browser are fine again.
>>> There's a new icon for the Klipper, but the theme is still fine.
>>> Yakuake seems to be fine. KGpg seems to be fine.
>>> Icedove seems to be fine and Iceweasel too.
>>> I'll try to reinstall the lost audio-applications, cinelerra etc. later.
>>> I now have to make a break.
>>> It seems that the lost 64studio and 64studio-themes packages have no
>>> action to my system.
>>> The kernel I booted into is the kernel it should be:
>>> spinymouse@64studio:~$ uname -r
>>> PS: If I get back all lost applications the upgrade seems to be fine.
>> Great news Ralf ;-)
>> Well done! I wrote this a bit earlier so there may be more now.
>> # apt-get update
>> # apt-cache search alsa-tools-gui
>> # apt-cache show alsa-tools-gui
>> # apt-get install alsa-tools-gui
>> For Envy24Control
>> if its just the icon you need, you should still have it.
>> you just need to point to it in kde menu editor.
>> For KDE... you don't need to do this for gnome.
>> * = all users have access
>> edit /etc/security/limits.conf
>> add to the end of file:
>> * - rtprio 99
>> * - nice -10
>> * - memlock 4000000
> Thank you again for your help.
> limits.conf didn't change:
> @audio - rtprio 99
> #@audio - memlock 250000
> @audio - nice -10
> By the way, JAD 1.0 is like this:
> @audio - rtprio 90
> @audio - nice -15
> @audio - memlock 4000000
> With my old hardware (I never used JAD with my new hardware) I had
> 1280GB and with my new hardware I've got
> 64studio:/home/spinymouse# hwinfo --memory
> Memory Size: 1 GB + 896 MB
> 2GB minus framebuffer for the on-board RADEON X1250-based.
> With 2GB or less, memlock 4000000 will be the same, as if it will be
> commented out. Am I false?
> Is there the need to use memlock? I think we had the question some time
> ago, but I can't remember the answer.
You're welcome Ralf ;-)
I have JAD 1 alpha 1 on this disk here,
I just leave memlock as it defaults and have learned
to add it to kde if I use it with audio apps -rt
My JackLab Desktop is KDE 4...
Development is certainly moving on now.
As for your upgrade, is it ok now?
you had me going for a bit there ;-)
It's not easy when the posts are crossing over with each other.
Let me know how you get on,
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