Sunday, May 25, 2014

PrintScreen on KDE

If like me, you installed KDE by hand and you don't have screen capture, it is certainly that you don't have the ksnapshot installed.
So you have to run the following command :

emerge ksnapshot


Some comment about KSnapshot. It has interesting feature like :
  • Snapshot delay for capture drop down menu.
  • You can choose to add or not the mouse cursor.
  • You can send your snapshot to an other software like for example Gimp.
  • ALT Gr + printscreen is a shortcut to take only a window capture.

See also:

Friday, May 16, 2014

Shell script debugger online


ShellCheck is a online tool to debug script shell.
You only have to paste your shell script and clic on a button to see if there is error and help you to find it !
So a great tool to have in this pocket !

More information :

Monday, May 5, 2014

firefox-29 available on Gentoo portage

I emerge the last version of firefox with succes ( firefox-29 Australis )

emerge --ask --verbose '=www-client/firefox-29*'

If you want a complete description, you could look at

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Konsole 2.11.3 bug under KDE 4.11.5

Konsole 2.11.3 has an annoying bug.Cursor moved forward some pixel from your line.So, you can't use Konsole ( for any person only ).
That's why I decided to test Guake terminal. To now, I find this simple and it works.

If you want to test it : emerge guake

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Kde-4.11.5 today

Today, I update mygentoo and I saw lot of KDE update : the Kde-4.11.5 version.
Apparently, don't worry about this update :
"This release only contains bugfixes and translation updates and will be a safe and pleasant update for everyone."

See also :

Sunday, January 12, 2014

nvidia driver 314.X for Geforce 9800 GT and kernel module

I had some problem with new nvidia-driver (314.X)  and my card Geforce 9800 GT.
So, to avoid problem again, I change the driver.Now, I use the open source driver for nvidia : nouveau
It works and it's easy to configure :

Sunday, January 5, 2014

kde console and azerty

If you launch your KDE and the console mode is QWERTY, you can easily change it with interface System Configuration of KDE.
Click on Input Devices.Then choose keyboard and go on the Layouts tabs.
Click on the configure layouts checkbox.
Then you have to click Apply.
If you restart your KDE console, the mode should be change.

Note : I used KDE 4.11.2.