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General Discussion / Re: Peppermint 7
« on: May 23, 2016, 07:22:04 am »
Thank you very much PCNetSpec 8) once again..........for removing few clouds of ignorance and doubts.Few are left I'm hoping that also clear after you next post and I'll able to see sun shine.  :)

 I checked gutenprint and foomatic are preinstall in Peppermint 6.Is it licensing and security reason behind?, that why Hplip is not preinstall in Peppermint 6?

What are the default path of footmatic/gutenprint/Hplip . If I went to path and checked PPD files in /usr/share/cups/model I don't find any files and folder there. Am I'm looking at wrong place? There are any difference between foomatic-db-compressed-ppds and foomatic-db-engine.

Thank you very much again for you sharing.

One more thing Perknh and AndyInMokum if you know Matthew Moore >:( please advice him talk to Mr. PCNetSpec 8) after that He will not feel Frustrations due to Linux. :D

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam
 

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General Discussion / Re: Peppermint 7
« on: May 23, 2016, 03:13:10 am »
Hi Perknh,You always kind and open to share you experience and guidance for forum uses.Thank you for your sharing and conclusions.

I Still confuse and not able understand,May be my lack of understand of concepts why Universal print drives are not used or works or not included in distro by default.I heard and came to know Universal Print Driver Works with all printer drivers and manufacturers as single printer driver.Citrix UPS (Universal Print Services or Server) is very good example of it.Please correct me if I'm wrong. I also found after Google search there are some apps like Gutenprint and TurboPrint (Commerical) extend and improve your printer driver support.Gutenprint currently supports over 700 printer of Brother/Canon/Epson/HP models.

Gutenprint 5.2.11
http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/index.php

TurboPrint 2
http://www.turboprint.info/
 

I hope there may be more apps available on open source community.Why Distro are not included these apps in their repositories to extend printer support.There should be some reason behind this which I don't know. I hope PCNetspecs will help me to clear my ignorance or doubts. :-\

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam   

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General Discussion / Re: Peppermint 7
« on: May 22, 2016, 01:34:00 pm »
Quote
LAN printing is really a "driver" level problem (or not in the case of HP) .. we have no control over manufacturer drivers.

What I understand from you that Manufactures are not taking their responsibility or ownership to make Linux Printer and Scanner and Multi functional Device Drivers for Linux.And Linux Distro can't do any thing in this area their own or they don't have any solutions for these issues. Is it not a big and important issue for Linux community that It  should work Out-off the box.  :-\

I had migrated 58 XP computers to Peppermint 6 in my production environment and above area had my biggest and Frustrating area  and waste lot off time in this only.I also admit that without this forum help I had not able to accomplish this.

 I'm not the only person who think this is a painful issue and Frustrating area. I'm sharing one you tube video from Matthew Moore

The Frustrations of Linux.



I request other forum users please give your opinion and suggestion. You really think is it issue or not?

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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General Discussion / Re: Peppermint 7
« on: May 22, 2016, 06:32:46 am »
Hi PCNetSpecs,

I'm hoping this private beta testing also includes wireless or Ethernet printer and scanner testing for well renowned brands.
And touch screens issues which we had faced with hybrid laptops. These are the big issues which we faced everyday in production environments along  with application bugs in Linux.

I'm hoping Peppermint 7 will be perform better then other Linux distribution in these areas.

Will Peppermint 7 ( Ubuntu 16.04 Kernel ?) Support Atom motherboard and better and improve touch screen performance?

I came to know these features depends on Kernel version is it true?

I'm very excited for Peppermint 7. God gives you power and creativity to make Peppermint 7 a Masterpiece.

Regards,
Rajeev Gautam

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Announcements / Re: ANNOUNCEMENT - Four new Trusted Users
« on: April 29, 2016, 07:52:03 am »
Congratulations to.....Capivara, GNULINUX, murraymint, and zebedeeboss.

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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Hi zebedeeboss I'm agree with you............. :) :)

After Peppermint all Thumps UP....................... :D

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwT9N8tf1RL6YzIxeW9EYXROYk0

And After Knowing PCNetSpec and Peppermint Fourm feel like.......... Relax and cool ...... :D :D

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwT9N8tf1RL6QncyRzgtVTlQazg

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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New user trying Linux for the first time How he feels :P :P

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwT9N8tf1RL6NFh5a01oYXZETVE

How you feel when you first time with Linux...........

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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Hi,

I came to know PM 7 is based on 16.04 LTS. I want to know there is any improvements and inbuilt support for given question.

1.    Is this version inbuilt support for Hybrid Laptop (2-In-1 Laptop) which works like Laptop and Tab or Touch Screen Laptop and touch screen keypad app etc?
2.   What about the Atom and ARM motherboard support improvements?   

I request you please share information and your experience in this regards.

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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User Submitted Tutorials / Re: The Complete Beginner's Guide to Linux
« on: April 23, 2016, 12:48:37 pm »
Yep........ :) :) best place to learn Linux......here from teacher like you with fun ;)

Thank you to introduce me with Linux world.  :)

Regards

Rajeev Gautam

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Thank you GNULINUX/scifidude79/Slim.Fatz/AndyInMokum for you advice and suggestion. You people always helpful. :)

Google Hangouts: The SSB (Ice) route seems ideal for that! Yes It is

Google Drive:Ubuntu Google Drive Client with Grive and Grive Tools

I also found some Articles and Tutorial after your advice and suggestion which are as below:-


Grive : An Unofficial Open Source Google Drive Client  ( Ubuntu)


Ubuntu Google Drive Client with Grive and Grive Tools
https://www.thefanclub.co.za/how-to/ubuntu-google-drive-client-grive-and-grive-tools

Grive2 An Unofficial, Google Drive Client For Linux

http://www.unixmen.com/grive2-an-unofficial-google-drive-client-for-linux/

Thank you very much for you help.

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam


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User Submitted Tutorials / Re: The Complete Beginner's Guide to Linux
« on: April 23, 2016, 04:02:06 am »
Hi

I found  article and Newbie Guide which is related to this Post. I hope it will useful for new users.

The Ultimate Linux Newbie Guides
http://linuxnewbieguide.org/?page_id=5

Chapter 1: What is Linux
Chapter 2: Why Linux Whats the Benefits?
Chapter 3: Choosing a Linux Distribution
Chapter 4: Preparing to Install Linux
Chapter 5: Installing Linux (Ubuntu)
Chapter 6: How do I get software for Linux?
Chapter 7: How do I install software?
Chapter 8: Using Linux Every Day
How Managing files and directories
and basic command line

10 Free Online Resources for Learning Linux
http://beebom.com/2015/12/free-online-resources-learning-linux

Regards,
Rajeev Gautam

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Hi AndyInMokum I hope you're doing great.

I know about ICE and it is great feature.I'm not talking about web interface. I'm taking about desktop application of Google Drive. I want to sync my local computer folder with Google Drive automatically when I  made any changes to my folder files. I think that can be done by Google Drive app only.

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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Hi,

Google don't provide official Google drive and Google hangout Apps. There should be some way for the same which work on Peppermint 6.  So I request you all Please share information and instructions How could I install and configure Google Drive and Hangout App on Peppermint 6. 

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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Thank you Very much Slim.Fatz and PCNetSpec for your help. :P

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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Hi,

I want to know about fsck and e2fsck best practices. There is any GUI app which allows me to schedule fsck or e2fsck to specific partition on next reboot.  Im asking this question because fsck is not allows checking and repair mounted partition. So In case I want to fsck  /boot or / partition how could I do this?

There should be some best practices and approach Linux expert follows to scan and repair hard disk partitions and booting issues.

Regards,

Rajeev Gautam

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