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by FabriceV
13/12/2011, 21:06
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: HOWTO: Use the repository on *buntu 11.10
Replies: 7
Views: 10332

Re: HOWTO: Use the repository on *buntu 11.10

• Touchpad regression. An old bug seems present. The touchpad is over-sensitive vertically compare to horizontally. Intermediate Strangely, I do not observe such problem now. Unfortunately, I sometime have a cursor freeze... I already have this problem while I was using "normal" 10.10, so I doubt t...
by FabriceV
10/12/2011, 20:30
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: HOWTO: Use the repository on *buntu 11.10
Replies: 7
Views: 10332

Re: HOWTO: Use the repository on *buntu 11.10

I stopped to use Voria's repository since last year. Now 10.10 has got too much problems, so I have tried it again. On a NC10: Negative • No GUI for samsung tools ? • Touchpad regression. An old bug seems present. The touchpad is over-sensitive vertically compare to horizontally. Intermediate • F4 s...
by FabriceV
22/05/2010, 5:55
Forum: Other
Topic: Screen display blank
Replies: 3
Views: 1920

Re: Screen display blank

Hello, Suppose to be of interest to : - I needed to open my NC10 to install a SSD. - I have voluntary slightly moved the video cables so that there are less tensions to the welds. - Apparently none problem now... => So, if you are out of warranty, or have to open you netbook, you know you eventually...
by FabriceV
07/03/2010, 5:47
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: New application's coming: Samsung Tools!
Replies: 135
Views: 58095

Re: New project's coming: Samsung Tools!

Just my opinion, but I am not convince that a personalized icon is necessary. Finally whatever your netbook and the used utility (Jupiter, eeecontrol...), is it not better to have the same icon? So a generic icon can be justified too. It is a little bit the spirit of the MeMenu (first function, seco...
by FabriceV
05/03/2010, 6:57
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Power saving : micromiser
Replies: 1
Views: 1592

Re: Power saving : micromiser

Apparently it assumes 90w of power consumption. It is possible to scale the results using a personalized value. Does anyone know the power consumption of a NC10 in full state (CPU, screen 100%...)? I have installed powertop. -> proposes to activate a function "power on demand" -> proposes to activat...
by FabriceV
05/03/2010, 6:11
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Power saving : micromiser
Replies: 1
Views: 1592

Power saving : micromiser

Hello, Anyone aware of Micromiser of Miserware? www.miserware.com [...] MicroMiser automatically manages the power consumption of the individual hardware components (e.g. CPU) to ensure unchanged performance while lengthening battery life, reducing energy use and decreasing heat production. In addit...
by FabriceV
04/03/2010, 11:25
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: New application's coming: Samsung Tools!
Replies: 135
Views: 58095

Re: New project's coming: Samsung Tools!

Hello, Concerning icon... www.openclipart.org have an icon category. http://www.openclipart.org/tags/icon?page=0 You can use netbook or tool icon or completely original one. e.g. http://www.openclipart.org/detail/28950 Or, there are these ones, with an elementary look and feel and CC licence. http:/...
by FabriceV
28/02/2010, 7:18
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: A generalist applet to manage power, screen, resolution...
Replies: 4
Views: 1881

Re: A generalist applet to manage power, screen, resolution...

Hello,
Voria => Nice to see a new configuration manager dedicated to Samsung's models. Congratulation on your works.
Euri => I will continue to use Jupiter, nothing currently exists that competes. The major advantage is to resume many applets into one. It's not perfect, but quite efficient.
by FabriceV
27/02/2010, 11:12
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: A generalist applet to manage power, screen, resolution...
Replies: 4
Views: 1881

Re: A generalist applet to manage power, screen, resolution...

I have finally find the author's blog.
I have posted a longer message to list the minor problems (with a lot of spelling mistakes, unfortunately...)

http://www.fewt.com/2010/02/meet-jupiter.html
by FabriceV
27/02/2010, 10:41
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: A generalist applet to manage power, screen, resolution...
Replies: 4
Views: 1881

A generalist applet to manage power, screen, resolution...

Hello, Just to inform of a new device-power-screen-resolution management applet named Jupiter. http://sourceforge.net/projects/jupiter/ A screenshot http://netbooked.net/blog/jupiter-power-management-applet-for-netbooks Apparently, seems to work fine with NC10 too. The only drawbacks are : - colored...
by FabriceV
15/02/2010, 5:33
Forum: Other
Topic: Screen display blank
Replies: 3
Views: 1920

Re: Screen display blank

My NC10 is normally too old and out of the warranty period. Anyway I will try to contact them...
by FabriceV
17/11/2009, 13:50
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Multitouch?
Replies: 30
Views: 9886

Re: Multitouch?

From Fedora 10... Multitouch will appear... one day... * Multi-Pointer X - The update to X.Org server 1.7 introduces the X Input Extension version 2.0 (XI2), with much work contributed by Red Hat's Peter Hutterer. This extension provides a new client API for handling input devices and also Multi-Poi...
by FabriceV
05/11/2009, 14:42
Forum: Other
Topic: Screen display blank
Replies: 3
Views: 1920

Screen display blank

Hello. At start, the screen display is sometimes blank. Pivoting the screen flick the screen from normal to blank. Few seconds later, screen is stable and normal. Normally, it is a common problem in notebook with pivotal screen. The risk is to progressively break the video cable between the motherbo...
by FabriceV
05/11/2009, 8:53
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Boot time ?
Replies: 11
Views: 3697

Re: Boot time ?

I did not believe that encrypted home impacts so much the boot time !? I have begun to remove unnecessary packages and processes, but that impacts mostly HDD and memory.
PS: Good point - there are less "abusive" dependencies, so it is easier to remove more packages.
by FabriceV
03/11/2009, 20:21
Forum: Linux On My Samsung
Topic: Some considerations about the future of the repository
Replies: 10
Views: 7717

Re: Some considerations about the future of the repository

I have switched to Karmic. It's easier (less patched) but the boot process looks unpolished. Major advantage: a simple way to have the new version of openoffice and few other programs. Only one minor problem. I have needed to remove and recreate wifi connection to get working network. None problem w...