Linux.com

pedromc

pedromc

  • Linux.com Member
  • Posts: 4
  • Member Since: 15 May 09
  • Last Logged In: 03 Feb 10

Latest Posts

Posted by
Topic
Post Preview
Posted
  • pedromc
    RE: SVN with Nautilus integration
    I was just testing what you said and I had the same problem. I am going to guess that you sometimes use Eclipse with SVN. If so there is one little problem. SVN's version in Eclipse is more recent than the one in the shell. Making the shell commands non working. There is a little script that changes the version. I also use Eclipse with SVN. After reverting my shell SVN's version the script worked. Another little problem. If you use Eclipse again the version will change and scripts won't work. If you want try this download [url=http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/tools/client-side/change-svn-wc-format.py]this[/url], and then place it in your working copy base folder. Then run: [code]chmod a+x change-svn-wc-format.py[/code] and [code]./change-svn-wc-format.py . 1.5[/code] After this the nautilus scripts should be working. Any other problem tell me.
    Link to this post 21 May 09

    I was just testing what you said and I had the same problem.

    I am going to guess that you sometimes use Eclipse with SVN.

    If so there is one little problem. SVN's version in Eclipse is more recent than the one in the shell. Making the shell commands non working. There is a little script that changes the version.

    I also use Eclipse with SVN. After reverting my shell SVN's version the script worked.

    Another little problem. If you use Eclipse again the version will change and scripts won't work.

    If you want try this

    download this, and then place it in your working copy base folder. Then run:

    chmod a+x change-svn-wc-format.py

    and
    ./change-svn-wc-format.py . 1.5

    After this the nautilus scripts should be working.

    Any other problem tell me.

  • pedromc
    RE: SVN with Nautilus integration
    I don't really know what is wrong with the package but try this: download the scripts from the link I gave you [url=http://marius.scurtescu.com/wp-content/nautilus-svn-scripts-0.9.2.tar.gz]here[/url] place the contents of the package in the folder ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts No need to log out, everything should work from the moment you put the files in the folder.
    Link to this post 21 May 09

    I don't really know what is wrong with the package but try this:

    download the scripts from the link I gave you here

    place the contents of the package in the folder ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts

    No need to log out, everything should work from the moment you put the files in the folder.

  • pedromc
    RE: SVN with Nautilus integration
    The only thing I know about SVN integration in nautilus is if you use nautilus scripts for that. There are several scripts ready to use. you can get them [url=http://marius.scurtescu.com/wp-content/nautilus-svn-scripts-0.9.2.tar.gz]here[/url] For ubuntu you have in the repos [code]sudo apt-get nautilus-svn-scripts[/code] Hope it helps
    Link to this post 21 May 09

    The only thing I know about SVN integration in nautilus is if you use nautilus scripts for that.

    There are several scripts ready to use.

    you can get them here

    For ubuntu you have in the repos

    sudo apt-get nautilus-svn-scripts

    Hope it helps

  • pedromc
    Nvidia-seetings script help
    Hi, I really want a script to alternate between screen modes. For example. I have a laptop and a monitor and to disable my laptop screen and enable my monitor. To do this i have to open nvidia-settings and make several clicks just do this. I really wanted to have a small script to makes this with just a command. Thankful for any help you can give me P.S.: I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 and I have Nvidia 9650M GT
    Link to this post 21 May 09

    Hi,

    I really want a script to alternate between screen modes. For example.

    I have a laptop and a monitor and to disable my laptop screen and enable my monitor. To do this i have to open nvidia-settings and make several clicks just do this.

    I really wanted to have a small script to makes this with just a command.

    Thankful for any help you can give me

    P.S.: I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 and I have Nvidia 9650M GT

Who we are ?

The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to the growth of Linux.

More About the foundation...

Frequent Questions

Join / Linux Training / Board