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    Exclamation OpenSuse 10.3 + gdlib + imagemacking

    Hello, can i ask here for how long this OpenSuse image 10.3 will be supported? and can i install gdlib and imgamagick on an 10.3 OpenSuse Version?

    really thanks in advance

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    Default Re: OpenSuse 10.3 + gdlib + imagemacking

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    natural_pilot NNTP User

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    mischlig wrote:
    > Hello, can i ask here for how long this OpenSuse image 10.3 will be
    > supported?


    10.3 is supported until 11.2 comes out, which is currently scheduled
    for 12 Nov 09 (cite: http://en.opensuse.org/Roadmap)


    > and can i install gdlib and imgamagick on an 10.3 OpenSuse
    > Version?


    http://software.opensuse.org/search and my 10.3 YaST both report
    "nothing found" for both gdlib and imgamagick..

    on the other hand Google searched the entire earth and found those two
    terms in _your_ post *only*....which makes me wonder if you spelled
    them correctly...

    well, now that i've learned how to spell imagemagick, i'd advise you
    to use YaST to install it (i GUESS if you need gdlib, or something
    spelled kinda like that, it will be automatically installed by YaST)

    by the way, imagemagick is installed on my 10.3, so . . .

    spelling counts when dealing with computers..witd mee, knot sew muche..

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    Default Re: OpenSuse 10.3 + gdlib + imagemacking

    yes thank you. i mean imagemagick and gdlib is any library for opensuse which i can install. its really called gdlib or gd libary and its needed for joomla. dont know i believe this can handle compressions which is used by joomla.

    and gd was found i am happy. so there are no problems... thanks

    Imagemagick

    gdlib or gd

    thanks. i hope my provider will make it possible to upgrade to 11.x till November 2009

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    thanks. i hope my provider will make it possible to upgrade to 11.x till November 2009
    Not sure what that is supposed to mean.
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    natural_pilot NNTP User

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    caf4926 wrote:
    >> thanks. i hope my provider will make it possible to upgrade to 11.x till
    >> November 2009 Not sure what that is supposed to mean.

    > 'Your Provider?'


    i guess: s/he has an ISP (possibly dial-up) who meters bits and
    charges LOT$ if over some low number of megs per unit of time
    (probably monthly)..

    hey mischlig,

    use a bit torrent client to fetch...and just turn it on and let it run
    at/near the end of the month (or whatever) until you get close to your
    monthly max bits...and, do that over and over until you have the
    entire DVD image..

    and, i guess you know you can set (for example) KTorrent to not seed..

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    JosephKK NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSuse 10.3 + gdlib + imagemacking

    On Tue, 09 Jun 2009 06:15:41 GMT, natural_pilot
    <natural_pilot@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >caf4926 wrote:
    >>> thanks. i hope my provider will make it possible to upgrade to 11.x till
    >>> November 2009 Not sure what that is supposed to mean.

    >> 'Your Provider?'

    >
    >i guess: s/he has an ISP (possibly dial-up) who meters bits and
    >charges LOT$ if over some low number of megs per unit of time
    >(probably monthly)..
    >
    >hey mischlig,
    >
    >use a bit torrent client to fetch...and just turn it on and let it run
    >at/near the end of the month (or whatever) until you get close to your
    >monthly max bits...and, do that over and over until you have the
    >entire DVD image..
    >
    >and, i guess you know you can set (for example) KTorrent to not seed..


    It seems that the Suse web side interface is helping to cause thread
    fractioning. It is real visible on the Usenet side.

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    natural_pilot NNTP User

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    > It seems that the Suse web side interface is helping to cause thread
    > fractioning. It is real visible on the Usenet side.



    i not at all sure what you point is?
    what kind of fractionation are you referring to?

    that is, are you expecting to see every character of every previous
    note top posted, as is a usual nntp style?

    if that is your point, then it is best to just get over it....because
    almost all the posters here are on html, and they (most having NO
    background with NNTP) do not top-quote..

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    JosephKK NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSuse 10.3 + gdlib + imagemacking

    On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 06:14:47 GMT, natural_pilot
    <natural_pilot@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >> It seems that the Suse web side interface is helping to cause thread
    >> fractioning. It is real visible on the Usenet side.

    >
    >
    >i not at all sure what you point is?
    >what kind of fractionation are you referring to?
    >
    >that is, are you expecting to see every character of every previous
    >note top posted, as is a usual nntp style?
    >
    >if that is your point, then it is best to just get over it....because
    >almost all the posters here are on html, and they (most having NO
    >background with NNTP) do not top-quote..


    Actually, i was talking about the multiple short threads for
    mischlig's issue. I have no idea if you are even seeing them. But
    that is what is happening on the Usenet side. Try it (Usenet) you
    might like it.

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    natural_pilot NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSuse 10.3 + gdlib + imagemacking

    > Actually, i was talking about the multiple short threads for
    > mischlig's issue.


    i can only _guess_ you mean that he posted numerous times...maybe one
    post each for several problems?? i hadn't noticed..


    > I have no idea if you are even seeing them.


    hadn't noticed because i hadn't seen...but, on the other hand i seldom
    notice the name/id of posters....so, i might have 'answered' every
    question and not noticed they were all from the same individual..

    now, at http://forums.opensuse.org/search.ph...nduser&u=28792 i
    see that "mischlig" has originated three threads, titled:

    -rpmlib(PayloadIsLzma) <= 4.4.2-1
    -OpenSuse 10.2 + Postfix
    -OpenSuse 10.3

    and has made a total of 12 post to this forum, ever...

    and, still do not know what you were referring to...maybe you are the
    only one seeing "multiple short threads" or "thread fractioning"....


    > But that is what is happening on the Usenet side. Try it (Usenet) you
    > might like it.


    DUH!

    partial header from mine you just replied to:


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