The crash issue has been fixed in clutter >= 1.22.4 and clutter-gtk >= 1.6.2.
I’ve planned to update my openSUSE Linux desktop running GNOME 3.14 to the recently released GNOME 3.16. Fortunately Dominique Leuenberger (DimStar) and his team already packaged GNOME 3.16 for the openSUSE Factory distribution when it was released so it was easy to start on openSUSE 13.2 support.
I’ve tested a repository with GNOME 3.16 targeting the current openSUSE 13.2 release and helped fixing it. It works well as far as the general desktop functionality concerns and I am running it now, although there are still two blocking issues before allowing users to update safely.
As the title suggests, there is one major issue if you are using the NVIDIA binary drivers.
Continue reading “GNOME 3.16 and NVIDIA binary driver ‘BadMatch’ crash with totem, gnome-maps, cheese and others”
I had a brief slip of time and finally updated the nautilus-ideviceinfo project to work with the latest GNOME desktop by porting it to GTK+ 3.
Continue reading “GTK+ 3 support for nautilus-ideviceinfo”
If you are often handling PSD files on your system, you might have issues to preview those on your Linux Desktop system.
For the GNOME Desktop, the file-manager does not display thumbnails of the images nor do those preview with the eog image-viewer.
Continue reading “View PSD (Photoshop) files on Linux Desktop with GNOME using gdk-pixbuf-psd”
A typical plague of the internetz has hit this blog. It had no posts for a long time. -silence-
I am sorry for this, but even if it might surprise some people, sometimes there are more important things in life than keeping your blog updated.
Anyways here a quick overview of things that changed or matter before I get bugged at writing again:
Continue reading “Latest on GNOME, Totem AirPlay, libimobiledevice 1.2.0, iOS 4.3, gdk-pixbuf-psd, Cherokee on iOS and openSUSE repositories”