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    Default Help with these apps.

    Hi,

    i do alot of downloading via ed2k. I was previously using Emule for Windows. Could someone give me a linux substitute for this please as im not quite sure which is the linux version.

    Also i would like to get compiz fusion working on my pc. Could someone help me with this...like where do i download it? Which version should i download, it simple to set up etc etc etc?

    Thanks.

    Also could anyone reccomend any other cool little apps i could take a look and and maybe give me a brief explanation on what it does.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Help with these apps.

    could try amule Webpin
    never used anything like that myself

    Andy
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    Default Re: Help with these apps.

    What version of SUSE are you running, what kind of computer, whats your graphics card info.

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    Im currently on opensuse 10.3

    My computer

    Processor : Intel(R)Core(TM) 2 CPU 6600 : 2.40Ghz
    Speed: 1,596.00 Mhz
    Cores 2

    Ram 2.0GB

    Graphics: GeForce 7600 GS
    Driver: nvidia

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    Can anyone help me with compiz fusion??

    thanks.

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    Thanks mate. I will be looking at this later today and will let you know how i get on.

    Thanks Again!

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    Hi,

    I have tried to install compiz fusion on my system via the kde installer link from above an i keep getting the following errors

    http://img170.imageshack.us/img170/197/snapshot2ui9.png

    Can anyone help?

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    Default Re: Help with these apps.

    I just added the repo to YaST and selected each component (yea i know the hard way). Do you know how to do that?
    You can also open YaST->Software Management and search for libc. make sure that you check the box next to "RPM Provides"

    Open YaST->Community Repositories(on the right hand side of the YaST window)->add URL
    url to use: Index of /repositories/X11:/XGL/openSUSE_10.3
    OpenSUSE Leap 15, KDE5 (plasma 5.13, frameworks 5.49, QT 5.11)

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    Default Re: Help with these apps.

    Quote Originally Posted by cybertaz View Post
    I just added the repo to YaST and selected each component (yea i know the hard way). Do you know how to do that?
    No im not sure how to do that could you help me?


    You can also open YaST->Software Management and search for libc. make sure that you check the box next to "RPM Provides"

    Open YaST->Community Repositories(on the right hand side of the YaST window)->add URL
    url to use: Index of /repositories/X11:/XGL/openSUSE_10.3
    Could you give me a good explanation on how to do all this to get it working (im still a linux noob).... so please be gentle.

    NEO-

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