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Luboš Doležel , Czech Republic


Network Nov 16 2009
Score 70%
30 Dislikes


Utilities Dec 09 2007
Score 69%
31 Dislikes

Network 20 comments

Score 70%
30 Dislikes
Nov 16 2009
I simply don't want a Windows port to exist. Aside from that, Windows doesn't support the -export-dynamic feature FatRat needs for plugin support. - Jan 07 2011
I can assure you there won't be any. - Jan 09 2010
Tested it on Ubuntu - you need to have boost-serialization-dev installed. - May 01 2008
I use boost version 1.34.1. Also have a look into CMakeFiles/fatrat.dir/build.make and try to find "-ltorrent" - it almost seems that the application isn't being linked against libtorrent. - Apr 30 2008
Now it seems that FatRat doesn't link against libtorrent libraries at all. I'll look into it and will report back with some ideas. - Apr 29 2008
You must have an old version of Boost or something. - Apr 29 2008
QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)

QtCurve 2890 comments

Score 78%
22 Dislikes
Jan 16 2013
Since 0.59, progressbars inside Qt4 QTreeViews look wrong. However, they're fine when they exist as separate widgets. See - May 15 2008

Utilities 31 comments

Score 69%
31 Dislikes
Dec 09 2007
This has to be some permissions issue. First of all look at /etc/X11/Xwrapper.config and check that it says allowed_users=anybody. Then look at the permissions of /usr/bin/Xorg, it should have the setuid bit set. - Dec 31 2007
But that's not the way I like it :-)

The original idea is to use one profile for more games, not to have one profile per game. E.g. one profile for GPU intensive games, another profile for simple games etc.

Therefore screenshots and other stuff make no sense. - Dec 10 2007
That's really weird. What version of Qt are you using? - Jul 17 2007
Try this command (as root) and see if it helps:

chmod +s $(which X) - Nov 12 2006
Try running "which startx" from KDE if it just yields some path or says not found.

Then try this modified version that should be more verbose: - Nov 11 2006
That's weird. I'm not sure how can this happen.

Do you have "startx" in your PATH? - Nov 11 2006
Sounds interesting but wouldn't a simple Ctrl+Alt+Backspace do the job? - Nov 11 2006
I use a separate X session so I can switch back to the desktop easily without terminating the game.

MultiGPU mode also causes me some trouble in 2D, so I need to start another session for games (with MultiGPU enabled xorg config file). - Nov 11 2006
Use just qmake && make. The -project switch overwrites settings that include QT XML libs. - Nov 11 2006

KDE 3.x Window Decorations 542 comments

Score 74%
26 Dislikes
Feb 01 2009
Compilation fails on this (on Gentoo):

libtool: link: cannot find the library `/usr/lib/'

You should not assume that libstdc++ is placed in /usr/lib - Jul 12 2005