What are those bugs, and why would Debian Developers "plant" bugs in a Debian release?pwzhangzz wrote:I think there are two obvious bugs planted by Debian developers to discourage novice users using the testing version.
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- 2021-02-05 19:33
- Forum: Development discussion
- Topic: Debian Bullseye Updates
- Replies: 3
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- 2011-07-23 00:59
- Forum: Desktop & Multimedia
- Topic: Thunar: right-click on files does not work right [solved?]
- Replies: 4
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I just ran into this on my unstable virtual machine, and your hint fixed it! Thanks Llewton!
If using SDL, for drawing primitives, you could take a look at SDL_gfx too - Its packaged in Debian:
On the topic of pagers - Is there one that allows man pages to be scrolled using the mouse in urxvt? I have used urxvt for some time, but I am missing that functionality .. From the urxvt man page scrollWithBuffer: boolean True: scroll with scrollback buffer when tty receives new lines (and scrollT...
On the topic of pagers - Is there one that allows man pages to be scrolled using the mouse in urxvt? I have used urxvt for some time, but I am missing that functionality .. Going to xfce4-terminal, it works as expected - scrolling with the mouse up and down in the text of the man-page, but in urxvt ...
Using Eclipse Helios and the PHP Development Tools (PDT) I have problems "running" the PHP code. Using Run As -> PHP Web page I get "The requested URL /PHPtest/newfile.php was not found on this server." and the browser in Eclipse is on http://localhost/PHPtest/newfile.php What do...
- 2010-05-22 17:55
- Forum: Development discussion
- Topic: flashplayer for 64 bit
- Replies: 18
- Views: 10362
Which version of Debian are you on? I am myself on testing, and using Iceweasel with the package flashplugin-nonfree which downloads the flash player from adobes site, I've got flash working better than ever . The only snags are that some stuff that are supposed to go fullscreen only gets slightly b...
- 2010-02-07 18:20
- Forum: General Debian
- Topic: What version of Debian do you use? And why?
- Replies: 100
- Views: 19779
Running stable - I try to go to testing as late as possible - and maybe I stay on stable all the way through the Lenny release, I don't really see any reason to go to testing at the moment. (Though I do have a testing partition that I upgrade and test every once in a while.) The (easily counted) stu...
- 2010-01-01 17:33
- Forum: Offtopic
- Topic: What does your desktop look like?
- Replies: 5727
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I use that one myself - would love to see it packaged in debian.hellfire[bg] wrote:Bluecurve. It is a set of icon theme, gtk theme and cursor theme. Bluecurve for cursors i think is used even in modern Fedora releases.cursor theme? @hellfire
I'm also becoming quite fond of SciTE which has syntax highlighting, stdouput window etc. On Windows at work it's my Notepad replacement, log analysis-tool and script editor. Nice to see there are more SciTE users here! I am using it for all my editing, using makefiles (actually cmake) and gdb in c...
- 2009-12-23 18:32
- Forum: System and Network configuration
- Topic: aptitude printing kB sizes with a space
- Replies: 2
- Views: 266
Is there a way to make aptitude print sizes without the space after thousands (and millions I would guess)? As it is now aptitude prints stuff like 4 543kB, with a space put in the number - Is there a simple way to tell aptitude to skip this whitespace, and print sizes like 4543kB? (This is on squee...
Nadir - It can easily be re-written as
Thus, It is a structure that is more complicated than it needs to be. Which - pretty much "violates the reasoning behind structured programming."
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