If you are using recordmydesktop and advance tab is not working then this is probably due to this :
su root ; // login as root cd /usr/local/bin ; // go to the /usr/local/bin directory gedit jack_lsp ; // created the file jack_lsp //Write following in the file and save it: //#!/bin/bash chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/jack_lsp ; // Made it executable ( rwx for owner , rx for group and others )
Recently i brought a new Canon i1980 photo printer and when I changed the cartridge it shown me the error :
Contact the nearest Service center .The ink Absorbers are full [4 Orange + 1 Green Light Blinks]
then their are 3 things you can do :
1.Take your printer to the canon service center.
2.Do the master reset of the Printer motherboard.Press the Orange button for more then 120 second and reset it permanently. [Ink may start flowing out]
3.Switch off the printer , press the on/off switch on printer and while holding the button power on the printer , and press orange button 2 times while holding the on/off button.Now leave the on-off button and print.This is not a permanent remedy.[Ink may start flowing out]
If the lspci command on your computer give the following configuration for your Network Controller :
02:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM43225 802.11b/g/n (rev 01)
Then to get the wireless up on your system follow these steps :
for Debian (Easy Way)
1.Install the following package for your Debian distribution : firmware-brcm80211_0.27_all.deb
for Debian (Long way)
1.Install Module Assistant , broadcom-sta-common_188.8.131.52-2_all.deb ,broadcom-sta-source.
2.Run the module-assistant from the command select the broadcom driver and then do get , build and install sequentially .
1. Install the following packages
2.Do system-config-network and probe new hardware accepting all the default options
Reboot and enjoy.
Steps to include new rupee font in Debian:
1.Download the file named Rupee Foradian.ttf from the the Foradian Technology blog “http://blog.foradian.com/rupee-font-version-20”
2.In your Debian machine login as root or use su
mkdir /usr/share/fonts/ttf cp Rupee_Foradian.ttf /usr/share/fonts/ttf apt-get install ttmkfdir cd /usr/share/fonts/ttf ttmkfdir > fonts.scale mkfontdir cd /usr/share/fonts/ttf/ chmod 644 /usr/share/fonts/ttf/Rupee_Foradian.ttf
For other Linux versions see the below presentation :
3.Now either reboot your computer or restart gdm and start enjoying Indian rupee Symbol 😛