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OpenMandriva Lx
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OpenMandriva Lx is an exciting free Desktop Operating System that aims to cater to and interest first time and advanced users alike. It has the breadth and depth of an advanced system but is designed to be simple and straightforward in use.

Lx comes from a 100% community-driven association that believes in the values of free software & collaboration and whose founding values are development, equality, co-operation, openness, freedom, group achievement, independence, and solidarity.

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  • Wandering OpenMandriva, part 2: Poland!
    Kate Lebedeff on Wed, 16 Jul 2014 19:04:50 +0000

    With the great publication in Polish Linux Magazine, even more Polish users and developers have now a chance to get knowing OpenMandriva! Thank you!:)

  • Wandering OpenMandriva, part 1. We share with you best reviews and announcements!
    Kate Lebedeff on Sat, 12 Jul 2014 19:34:02 +0000

    Hi! We are proud to see that common team work attracted positive attention from many users, developers – and press! We start sharing with you some of the most interesting and notable reports about OpenMandriva’s work. Did we miss some important reviews or articles about OMA Lx? Please let us know! You are eager to …

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  • Montpellier: heat and storms and OpenMandriva
    Kate Lebedeff on Wed, 09 Jul 2014 21:27:32 +0000

    And yet comes another public appearance and another successful presentation of our team work! France greeted us with festivals and great weather, which improved specially for the RMLL weekend! You bet that our friends organizers are good Shamans:) That was especially important, since Linux exhibition south French style takes place outside! Our Kernel Shaman Nicco, the Magician TPG, the Spellbinder …

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  • Some problem with update?
    maurelio79 on Tue, 08 Jul 2014 10:45:48 +0000

    urpmi --auto-update
    Some packages could not be installed:
    calligra-core-2.8.3-1-omv2014.0.i586 (conflicts with libmarblewidget18-4.13.2-1-omv2014.0.i586, conflicts with libmarblewidget18-4.13.2-1-omv2014.0.i586, selecting libmarblewidget.so.17, calligra-core)
    kernel-nrjQL-desktop-latest-3.14.9-1-omv2014.0.i586 (because is not satisfied kernel-nrjQL-desktop-3.14.9-1omv)
    krita-2.8.3-1-omv2014.0.i586 (because is not satisfied calligra-core[== 16:2.8.3-1:2014.0])
    plasma-wallpaper-marble-4.13.2-1-omv2014.0.i586 (conflicts libmarblewidget18-4.13.2-1-omv2014.0.i586, selecting libmarblewidget.so.17)
    Procede? (S/n) s
    These packages need to be removed to be able to update other:
    calligra-core-2.8.2-1-omv2014.0.i586
     (because miss libmarblewidget.so.17)
    calligra-l10n-it-2.8.0-1-omv2014.0.noarch
     (perché manca calligra-core)
    krita-2.8.2-1-omv2014.0.i586
     (because miss  calligra-core == 16:2.8.2-1:2014.0)
    plasma-wallpaper-marble-4.12.4-1-omv2014.0.i586
     (because miss  libmarblewidget.so.17) (s/N) 
    

    Last question i answered NO, because if i need krita and i can not reinstall it again....

    P.S:
    I translate message from italian, so maybe they are not equal to english version.

    Bye and regards.

  • OpenGL crashes kwin, cannot be used for desktop effects
    rolf on Tue, 22 Jul 2014 12:27:48 +0000

    At one recent point, OpenGL, which enables the Desktop Cube Animation effect, was working. After, I suspect, some update, it cannot be chosen in Desktop Effects of Systemsettings. Does anyone else experience this problem? I've put a little more in the way of specifics in a bug report, for the morbidly curious: https://issues.openmandriva.org/show_bug.cgi?id=878

  • Two screens, separate desktops
    rolf on Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:58:12 +0000

    I've got an Asus VS239H-P monitor connected via single-link DVI, typically. I use that for all the computer work. Connected with HDMI, typically, I also have the Samsung 5064 plasma tv, on which I occasionally view videos played from the computer. So, I want to configure them as separate desktops. The Asus monitor is, normally, the only one displaying what happens on the computer. One problem I've had is a program started on the monitor desktop will open on the plasma tv. As the tv is not normally set to display computer output, that won't work. I'll avoid mentioning other problems until or if they seem to be relevant.

    For a long time, I used a variety of nVidia cards. For years, I struggled to get this configuration to work, with less than ideal results. Some months ago, I got a used HIS Radeon HD 6950 and was able to fairly easily set up what I wanted. That card died.

    I've tried two different AMD cards after that and currently have an XFX Radeon HD 7850 installed. It's a challenging puzzle to try to overcome the conflicting effects of Catalyst Control Center and the Display module in KDE Systemsettings and I haven't succeeded with that combination. By copying a saved xorg.conf that worked for the 6950, it works, as long as I don't touch either of the configuration programs, so that is, almost, good enough.

    A possibly related issue is OpenGL cannot be selected for the desktop effects compositing method. ISTR fixing this not too long ago with a simple flip of a configuration switch, somewhere, but I can't find any evidence to support that foggy memory. :p jclvanier has this working with an Intel graphics adapter, so I'm interested if this type of two-screen system works well for someone with Intel graphics. Any tips would be appreciated!

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