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    I am looking for some nice GUI for CRON scheduler, this looks very good, but i cannot find packages for openSUSE. Anybody knows some repo for 11.1 or at least compatible rpm ???
    GNOME Schedule

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6205
    I am looking for some nice GUI for CRON scheduler, this looks very good,
    but i cannot find packages for openSUSE. Anybody knows some repo for
    11.1 or at least compatible rpm ???
    'GNOME Schedule' (http://gnome-schedule.sourceforge.net/)
    Hi
    Had a quiet afternoon, if you try a search here now for gnome-schedule;
    Get It

    It won't be mirrored yet, but should be downloadable.

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    WOW! you have totaly blown me away :)

    I tried that search before posting, but without a result..

    Many thanks !!!

    It looks like it time for me to learn build packages, because also gnome-subtitles is nowhere to find for opensuse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6205
    WOW! you have totaly blown me away

    I tried that search before posting, but without a result..

    Many thanks !!!

    It looks like it time for me to learn build packages, because also
    gnome-subtitles is nowhere to find for opensuse...
    Hi
    No worries, had to fudge a few things to get it to build. Hopefully it
    works ok.

    Do you have a link for the subtitles one and will see what I can do
    tomorrow.

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    mmm...it's this app Gnome Subtitles | Video subtitling for the GNOME desktop but it will be propably harder to build and meantime i am using Gaupol from GNOME community repo..

    btw. don't you know which command is proper to enter into this application to schedule pc shutdown under my regular account or like a root?

    in terminal, when i am root it is shutdown -h now or shutdown -h 1 or so and it works, but here no even if i launch this scheduler like root, job will be not
    executed, only if i click on run task then it works...mmm...puzzling :/
    http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/530/87889593ld8.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6205
    mmm...it's this app 'Gnome Subtitles | Video subtitling for the GNOME
    desktop' (http://gnome-subtitles.sourceforge.net/) but it will be
    propably harder to build and meantime i am using Gaupol from GNOME
    community repo..

    btw. don't you know which command is proper to enter into this
    application to schedule pc shutdown under my regular account or like a
    root?

    in terminal, when i am root it is shutdown -h now or shutdown -h 1 or
    so and it works, but here no even if i launch this scheduler like root,
    job will be not
    executed, only if i click on run task then it works...mmm...puzzling :/
    http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/530/87889593ld8.jpg
    Hi
    Been a busy day for me today I've had a look at the gnome-subtitles
    it builds fine sofar but is barfing up on the schema files which are
    taking time to debug....... I found a previous spec file from 10.3 and
    also one from fc10 which helped, just had to update filename changes
    and add items to get it to build on the build service.

    For your shutdown issue, I'm guessing if you edit the /etc/sudoers file
    (YOU MUST su - to root and use visudo !!) have a read of the man pages
    for sudo and sudoers.

    Also have a read on the man page for at and check the queue to ensure
    you schedule has been added.

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    I have edited *.desktop file for gnome schedule and now it's launched with command gnomesu /usr/bin/gnome-schedule This way it promts for root password and runs with root privilegies. Manual clicking on Run task is working, but scheduled launch of some command, like for example that shutdown is propably not executed by that application itself, even if permissions seems to be ok. Maybe it's some kind of bug in command submitting process of gnome schedule app...hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6205
    I have edited *.desktop file for gnome schedule and now it's launched
    with command gnomesu /usr/bin/gnome-schedule This way it promts for root
    password and runs with root privilegies. Manual clicking on Run task is
    working, but scheduled launch of some command, like for example that
    shutdown is propably not executed by that application itself, even if
    permissions seems to be ok. Maybe it's some kind of bug in command
    submitting process of gnome schedule app...hmm
    Hi
    You do have the at daemon running?
    Code:
    sudo /sbin/chkconfig atd
    
    If it's not on, then;
    sudo /sbin/chkconfig atd on
    
    Then start it;
    sudo /sbin/service atd start
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6205
    mmm...it's this app 'Gnome Subtitles | Video subtitling for the GNOME
    desktop' (http://gnome-subtitles.sourceforge.net/) but it will be
    propably harder to build and meantime i am using Gaupol from GNOME
    community repo..

    <snip>
    Hi
    If you search on gnome-subtitles, there should be an rpm there soon.
    Can you install and check all is ok? There are still some patches to
    add (I manually edited a couple of desktop files) to get it to build on
    11.1.

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    I have installed it, but when i launch it, nothing happens..

    Here is output when launching from terminal >>>

    laco@home-desktop:~/Desktop> gnome-subtitles
    Got 6 languages.

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated

    (gnome-subtitles:5510): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated
    Marshaling output signal
    Exception in Gtk# callback delegate
    Note: Applications can use GLib.ExceptionManager.UnhandledException to handle the exception.
    System.InvalidCastException: Cannot cast from source type to destination type.
    at GLib.Value.set_Val (System.Object value) [0x00000]
    at GLib.SignalClosure.MarshalCallback (IntPtr raw_closure, IntPtr return_val, UInt32 n_param_vals, IntPtr param_values, IntPtr invocation_hint, IntPtr marshal_data) [0x00000]
    at GLib.ExceptionManager.RaiseUnhandledException(System.Exception e, Boolean is_terminal)
    at GLib.SignalClosure.MarshalCallback(IntPtr raw_closure, IntPtr return_val, UInt32 n_param_vals, IntPtr param_values, IntPtr invocation_hint, IntPtr marshal_data)
    at GLib.Object.g_object_set_property(IntPtr , IntPtr , Value ByRef )
    at GLib.Object.SetProperty(System.String name, Value val)
    at Gtk.Widget.set_Visible(Boolean value)
    at GnomeSubtitles.GUI..ctor(GnomeSubtitles.EventHandlers handlers, Glade.XML ByRef glade)
    at GnomeSubtitles.Global.Init(GnomeSubtitles.Execution exec)
    at GnomeSubtitles.Global.Run(GnomeSubtitles.Execution execution)
    at GnomeSubtitles.Executable.Main(System.String[] args)

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