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Does anyone know where the love of God goes / When the waves turn the minutes to hours - MrPutter: doing things the hard way, because it is there.
November 12th, 2006
05:37 am
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Does anyone know where the love of God goes / When the waves turn the minutes to hours
Есть проблема по-конструкций с Gnome и специфически XScreensaver: когда я изменяю клавиатуру в русского (или арабского) и после этого я выхожу, так XScreensaver наступит но не узнает мой пароль (Мой пароль по-английского, некоторо). Я не могу изменить в английскую язык, так? Мой только ответ разрушаю процесс X-Windows (с три перстами) и начинаю снова.


Любое имеет предложение?

Death from above!!
"Death from above!!"

Current Location: T2L 2C7
Current Mood: annoyedannoyed
Current Music: Gordon Lightfoot -- Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
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Date:November 12th, 2006 02:41 pm (UTC)
I wasn't aware that you posted in Russian.
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Date:November 13th, 2006 12:02 am (UTC)

I'm currently trying to learn Russian, and I always figure that there's no better way to learn a language than to actually use it. So on occasion, when the post is topical (like this one is) I will do so.

This means, of course, that the grammar in the above is, I'm sure, pretty mangled in places. All part of the learning process. Having said that, though, I'd be pretty (tho' pleasantly) surprised if anyone on my list actually reads Russian (if so, speak up!), so once interested readers run it through their favourite web-translation service, said grammar gets re-mangled enough that the point is rendered somewhat moot.
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Date:November 13th, 2006 12:56 am (UTC)
Babelfish rejects me:

Error decoding translated text.

We're sorry we've encountered an error with your request.
If you think this is a bug we should know about send us e-mail and let us know the following:

* What browser you were using.
* The operating system you are on.
* The type of translation you were trying when this error occurred.

The error encountered is: 157
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Date:November 13th, 2006 05:31 am (UTC)
Huh? Works for me...
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Date:November 13th, 2006 06:58 am (UTC)
hmm, now it works.
a flaw in their system perhaps.

That is however a very interesting problem you mention.
The solution that comes to mind is having XScreensaver change the keyboard into a specific charset when entering passwords, and change it back afterwards.
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