Even kdeneon is based on ubuntu’s lts, so even if I wanted to use plasmadesktop, I was worried that there was only windows because a tablet stylus could not be used. Fortunately, I found opensuse.
I installed leap immediately, but there was a problem.
My motherboard seems to use the realtek r8168 driver, but it doesn’t work at all right after installation. The network card itself has not been detected.
Then I downloaded r8168.rpm to install the driver. If i try to install, yast2 and discover can not be installed because they can not be updated. This is the output from inix.
Device-1: Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express
Gigabit Ethernet driver: r8169
How can I run the r8168,r8169? driver without a network cable? I have to leap because I want to use cuda with blender.
Currently I am writing from tumbleweed, but all nvidia cuda installation on tumbleweed failed.
Linux usernet 5.4.14-2-default #1 SMP Thu Jan 23 08:54:47 UTC 2020 (fc4ea7a) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
zypper se -si kernel
too long info. and i can get and paste with info from tumbleweed. so, different.
maybe your need info from leap pc? cant. maybe. sorry. if i want get this info with need new install again. because if i do paste, with leap install > tumbleweed install.
sorry i little tired. now i get gnome-disks error say crypttab cant writen. i use leap iso is openSUSE-Leap-15.1-DVD-x86_64
The r8169 driver is the driver in the kernel and do not need to install.
The r8168 (and the r8168-blacklist-r8169)driver is the driver build by sources of Realtek and can be used, but when the r8169 is working, no use of r8168.
However, after installing leap, the network card is not detected and the settings cannot be configured in Network Manager. Even with a cable connection, no network is found. why? =(
IMO your most likely failure cause is that your network port is disabled during installation,
I’ve found that an inactive port can cause unpredictable problems.
Is there a reason why you aren’t connected to a network?
In the past, even if I don’t have a network available, I’ve plugged a cable connected to an active hub (total cost about $6 US) into the RJ-45 port just to activate the port (green light).
Even if networking is not used during installation, it makes the network card install.
Since you’re describing a tablet,
I’m even curious how you’re installing the image on the tablet, is there a way to install off a USB port or some other external media?
From your questions, I’m assuming that you’re not writing a pre-built image to PROM.
sorry for i forgot write. exactly, leap install question for I. network option enable?
because i use dsl cable. dsl cable is settings no default. cant network access before no settings. so i think. this option? leap anyway next say. cant network access. yeayea so disable. Is that the cause?
i use usb and iso bootable usb. with gnome disk image writer…
Hmm. I’m a bit tired because I have to repeat the installation many times.
Can this be fixed by enabling a network connection even if i cannot connect during installation?
I want to try but install and restart and install again and set up. ugh. I’m sorry. Maybe do it.
Aside. It wasn’t just a graphics-related issue because there were many software that couldn’t be operated on a graphics tablet.
However, if ubuntu 19.10 does not come with a fix for qt 14.1, it can not be helped. It was nice to find opensuse.
There’s a lot of fun when you use a tablet instead of a mouse. for dtm. for video edit. of-cause It’s fun to draw images. =)
if Leap 15.2 uses version earlier than qt5.12.4.There is no problem with leap,
but if it becomes version of qt5.12.4, the best solution is tumbleweed because software that can not be completely operated with a tablet stylus occurs.
I’m just starting to worry about whether to use leap or tumbleweed. Sorry for posting many times.
With the recent update, tumbleweed had a kernel panic and was reinstalled again.
I’m not a linux expert, this write from opensuse is kernel version change to 188.8.131.52. use yast2 bootlooder. so I wanted to use leap, but why can’t I find the network connection found in version tumbleweet in version leap?
The browser newmoon crashes immediately. No stability.
Even if you have to re-install, re-configure, or make backups over and over, it’s troublesome, but why do you have to do it over and over again? tired. sad. sorry.
i have resolve issue!! leap can visible cable connected success!
here i used this method for dissolved. for leap 15.1 after install, can’t and nothing network device.
yast2 > network settings > global option > network setup method > wickend to change network manager
ok i of course install network settings is network manager.
but maybe leap 15.1 is can’t see network access. in that case. auto change network manager to wicked.
I may have decided not to post this.Because it was troublesome.
But if anyone has a similar problem, this post may be one of the answers. or not. but I decided to post this.
though none of the posts were the answer. But Thanks for addressing this issue I posted.
Your post was a hint for a solution, thank you.
Thanks for explaining the bug in qt. leap15.2 will probably be qt5.12.7.
In that case, a user who uses a tablet stylus to operate instead of a mouse would be say this.
**libreofficeKDE, kdenlive, openbloadcast, vlc, smplayer, gwenview, virtualbox. cannot be operated with tablet stylus!
**This is not a solution, but a workaround may be to run the program using the following command,
or to start it by entering the following command in the environment variable .profile:
This may not be the solution because I’m not familiar with environment variables.
developer say this problem has been fixed in qt14.1. Unfortunately, but tumbleweed’s kdenlive and gwenviwe are not fixed because they can not be operated.
I know that this problem is a big serious problem that most users who operate with tablet stylus in ubunu-lts20 or leap15.2, kde application, qt application. but maybe the workaround to this is xcb It was not possible on ubuntu.
If this doesn’t work. Tablet stylus users may not be able to solve this problem by hopping the linux distribution, so there may be only a solution to windows or mac. I hope the qt side will take this issue seriously added in 5.12.4.
In the user’s login directory, there’s a file named “.profile”.
The user has to open that file with an editor – in the case of KDE, with “KWrite” – and then, insert the new line “QT_XCB_TABLET_LEGACY_COORDINATES=1” at the end of that file and then, save the file and exit the editor; logout and then log back in again, job done!
[HR][/HR]Hi gang! Yes, yes, I know, KDE “Kate” – but, that’s an advanced editor for software developers …
i reboot. kdenlive is have issue yet. i posted bug reporte for bugzilla. https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=416421
and gwenview. hey, who changed this? if using tablet stylus cant move on image window with zoom or 100%. ok i posted bug report. https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=417830
i don’t know this problem is it a qt side problem or a qt application side?
sorry for this story was maybe other topic. Thanks for listening.
oh i changed using leap to tumbleweed. good kde system from tumbleweed update interval for monthly. =)
i changed check interval for daily to monthly. yes stop using nvidia cuda. haha. have a nice day.