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 Xorg!!!!!

 
 by quispie on: Mar 14 2006
 
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Can anyone tell me where the xorg config file is ? TIA


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 Re: Xorg!!!!!

 
 by toms on: Mar 14 2006
 
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/etc/X11/xorg.conf


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 K

 
 by quispie on: Mar 18 2006
 
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Thanks man!


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 Re: K

 
 by logixoul on: Mar 18 2006
 
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Please use the "reply to this" link instead of the "add comment" link. Otherwise conversations become hard to follow.


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 K vs X

 
 by minkiux on: Mar 19 2006
 
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Hi all! I have an idea!
Why don't kde team join Xorg team and make a new Graphics Server?
K Server!


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 Re: K vs X

 
 by dec0ding on: Mar 20 2006
 
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what Xorg's missing so that new server is made?


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 Re: K vs X

 
 by benzi455 on: Mar 21 2006
 
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Sorry, a K server would not be possible. KDE on Linux-like OSes uses QT for various things, including onscreen widgets. QT runs on the X server (usually XFree86 or Xorg). Furthermore, KDE and Xservers are for completely different purposes.

Xserver is a huge thing — it is what allows your computer to communicate with your monitor and create an onscreen display. It also sets up basic classes for putting different windows, shapes, etc. onto the screen. It also has drivers for your mouse, keyboard, graphics card, and maybe even more.

KDE, once an Xserver is up, uses that to run graphical applications. It is extremely flexible, configurable, and (I daresay) pretty with almost any theme out there, but it takes in all its events through the Xserver. KDE almost never interacts directly with your hardware - that is usually the job of either the kernel or the Xserver.

To make one huge Kserver, you would be doing two things: one, rewriting an Xserver (which would probably be bloated and not as good as the standalone one) for basic hardware connectivity, and two, limiting the freedom of users. Although I like KDE and I think most people would be best off using it, users should have the choice which desktop environment to use. If you made a Kserver, other programs would be unable to use its monitor connectivity to make other graphical apps. The mainstream for free software OSes is to, for each functionality programmed, make a library of it, and then possibly a graphical interface to use that library — that way, other programs can easily use your library to do the same task within their purposes (for example, tons of programs use libpng to display and edit png images). KDE even provides countless libraries for functionality provided by KDE apps. Functionality should not be tailored toward one app.

(P.S. what I would really love, is if Apple released a libipod, documented and compatible with all iPod models :D)


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 X includes

 
 by Fungi on: Mar 22 2006
 
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Hi, im new into this and when I run ./configure I get the next error and im not sure of how to solve or where to find those includes checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check your installation and add the correct paths! fungi@home:~/temporal/13969-crystal-0.9.9/crystal-0.9.9$ thanks


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 Re: X includes

 
 by Fungi on: Mar 22 2006
 
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problem solved i only had to install some libraries in debian sudo apt-get: xlib-dev xlib-static-dev


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 Help with kmyfirewal

 
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When I try to start kmyfirewall, choose anything: Generic interface or IPtables interface, it shows an error "Compiler plugin could not be loaded". What does it mean and how to avoid it? Thanks for any help.


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 Window border width

 
 by neoAKiRAz on: Mar 25 2006
 
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I'm currently using the Glow window decorations in KDE, but i'd like to change the border width of the windows to a value smaller than "Normal", as i can set in the Glow config. Is there any way i can do that?
And one more: i'm trying to change the background color of the toolbars in firefox but not all of them change. Could KDE be overriding firefox chrome's settings?
Thanks!


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