Where does GkrellM put it's startup at? I've looked in /etc/rd.d and in XFCE's autostart up area and can't find GkrellM. I no longer need it running automatically anymore. I was using it to monitor my processor and hard drive temps. Now I have XFCE's sensors plugin doing that and so I no longer need GkrellM for that anymore.
I have a panp7, and I could swear when I bought it, it had bluetooth...but my old, trusty USB headphones finally died, so I bought a fairly nice pair of bluetooth headphones, thinking I could use them with my laptop. But I went into settings>bluetooth, and it says No Bluetooth Adapters found.
Just came back to Linux after a few years hiatus. Last distro I used was Slackware 10.1 i believe. Just installed Slackware 14.0 on a IBM Lenovo R61 laptop recently, and have encountered a few unique issues. This laptop WILL NOT boot unless it's plugged in, but the bluetooth won't work. If I unplug after boot, the bluetooth instantly comes on. Weird, never heard of such a thing.
hi. i've just installed fedora 18 (default options) on an acer aspire 5735 laptop. i use an external monitor with this laptop so the sequence of events when turning it on are as follows :
press power button
as the laptop boots i see the grub menu and the luks password prompt on the external monitor.
I have Arch Linux on my laptop, and I have a LCD connected to such laptop.99% of the time, LCD is not used (i.e., it's used, but as TV, not connected to the laptop), so that I work only on laptop's monitor.The problem is that LXDM always appears on the LCD, and this is a problem: laptop's monitor remain black, while LCD is either turned off or set to TV (so that I have to change sou