jeffreyC wrote:What you are looking for seems to be xautolock.thank you sir! this looks exactly like the thing i`d like to use!damo wrote:I use Ctrl-Alt-F1Yeah, i thought about changing tty too, but then "damo passerby" would still have to guess my pw ...or reset it, what -in fact- is pretty easy IF he knows how and i assume he does.
Naik wrote:Hey there,i dont want to sound funny but did you maybe do insert some liquids into your keyboard or something like this too?to me it sounds like a hardware problem on first sight...Greetz -naikNope, my netbook has been running fine on Crunchbang since last month. I've never seen such error msgs before either...
Naik wrote:thats possible, i dont use the launchers, so i don`t know...Anyway. It`s best to configure Tint2 manually by editing tint2rc..., or creating new custom ones. There are some good howtos in tips and tricks, and if you are interested in getting the launchers and the newest code, then this is a very good howto: http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=16997
What is Red Hat up to with its launch this week of the opensource.com Web page? This replaces the "Truth Happens" page which ran articles and videos on open source, intellectual property, transparency and other issues.
This is going to seem like a silly question, but many many years ago I somehow got it into my head, perhaps from reading an article or speaking to people 'in the know' that a computer should not be run with 'odd' amounts of ram, such as 3, 5, 7 etc... Is there any truth in this whatsoever?
I have a vmware environment with many servers in it.