westms wrote:1. After I had installed Salix64 Xfce 14.2beta1 first time, I installed the multimedia codecs. It noticed that QT4 (qt-4.8.7-x86_64-4.txz) is on the list of selectable codecs and which is also installed. Is that intended?
The openal-soft package included a GUI configuration tool that uses qt4. I have rebuilt the package to not include it now, so qt should not be needed anymore.
westms wrote:2. There is a typo in a message text of operation "Aktualisiere lokalen Paket-Cache". In the message to action "Empfnage Paketdaten..." interchanged letters are contained. Correct is "Empfange Paketdaten...".
3. During the installation of the beta1 in German language, I noticed that some windows yet contain English texts. Then I checked Dutch, Swedish, Italian and French. Only for the Swedish language it seems, a full translation already exist (the non-German installations I always canceled after the disk partitioning). Probably the translation work is not finished yet. Should I at this time be more specific?
Contributions to translations are always welcome:
westms wrote:1 In .xsession-errors there are two warning messages:
"(xfce4-session:1096): xfce4-session-WARNING **: xfsm_manager_load_session: Something wrong with /home/westms/.cache/sessions/xfce4-session-darkstar:0, Does it exist? Permissions issue?"
The message is the whole thing between the two double quotes. In fact, there is no directory xfce4-session-darkstar:0 . There is only a directory thumbs-darkstar:0
Do you have the "Save session" option checked when logging out of xfce? I get that too, but I never save the xfce session. As far as I can see, that's just a warning, not an error. So it shouldn't matter much.
westms wrote:2. Another message in .xsession-errors:
xscreensaver: 22:12:59: couldn't get password of "root"
Fehlgeschlagen: Modulinitialisierung fehlgeschlagen
The last line in English would be: "Failed: module initialization failed"
I don't get that here. There is no reason xscreensaver should need the root password. I don't know why you get that message.
3. Something is wrong, because I see the following three lines at the boot screen:
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darkstar login: swap : ignored
/ : ignored
/mnt/floppy : ignored
Only runlevels 3 and 4 are affected. Some seconds after reaching the runlevel, these three lines appear.
These are only informational. I can see those too. I don't think there is anything wrong. If you can find out what is producing them, maybe we could find a way to make them disappear.
Yes, it is. Make sure you have this line in your /etc/cups/cupsd.conf:
You might have replaced it without knowing while running dotnew.
Or, enable the root user password and use it...