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 just upgraded from Fedora 19 to Fedora 20, and use Cinnamon.
I now have a blank GKrellM desktop icon.
I still have F19 on another disc, and have looked for the icon in usual places (e.g. usr/share/pixmaps), but it is nowhere to be seen on either F19 or F20.
Anyone have any ideas as to where I can find the GKrellM icons?
Ok, my computer just upgraded to 14.04 from 12.04 and now i8k plugin for gkrellm will not run, it just crashes gkrellm. Has anyone fixed this on their Dell? If so how? If not, any suggestions? Thank you.
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.
As the title says the performance of my laptop is simply terrible.
i3 M380 @ 2.53GHz, 4GB RAM (of which more than 2GB is rarely used), intel HD graphics (to external monitor through HDMI).
It takes 70s for the Inkscape to load, 65s for Chrome+GMail, 720p video is unwatchable and even SD video is sometimes choppy. I sometimes have to wait >30s for a more demanding web pages to render.