/dev/zero wrote:It would help if you please copy-paste actual commands and outputs (wrapped in code tags) and also more detailed hardware info such as output from:lspci -nnvk | grep -A10 -i netSorry...My laptop isn't connected to the internet right now and I'm working in the console since I haven't installed a WM or anything...I'll try to get that ASAP.
Rhubarb wrote:I can't help you with post #1, but I had the same problem as you after updating to wine 1.5.30-1.I solved it by reverting to the previous version of wine 1.5.29-3Thanks...That's what I was planning on doing if I didn't find a solution. I downgraded...So I can focus on the original issue now.
I patched dwm with dwm-pango, and now the status bar text is all the way on top with the two extra pixels below it instead of the text being centered with one pixel above it and one pixel below it.Is there a way to fix this? I tried finding the relevant code in dwm.c and comparing it to the prepatched dwm.c, and tried combing through the patch file, but I can't figure out what caused th
I recently started using Compton to solve my screen tearing issue in Awesome when watching videos, scrolling on Firefox, playing games, etc, and it works great. I'm wondering now if there are any unneeded features that are activated by default that I can turn off at launch...The only thing I'm using it for is to get rid of the horizontal tearing. Here's what I have right
jasonwryan wrote:The wiki page on systemd has information about reading your boot messages...Moving to NC.Okay...Thanks.So, following the wiki, the problem is definitely with vboxdrv. When I comment out vboxdrv in virtualbox.conf, the modules load just fine.Okay, solved the problem...Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
emeres wrote:Do you run a window manager or a desktop environment on the gaming monitor?Instead of making scripts for every application, you could just start a terminal with a specific environment set up, where DISPLAY is already exported.Edit: too slow.I ended up just making an alias to export DISPLAY so I can just run that in the terminal that I want to launch programs to the gaming monitor from
Thanks all. I gave it a go, I threw everything up on AUR and Github.I'm using these on my machine and so far so good.**AUR Packages:**https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/nvidia-319-ck/https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/nvidia-319-utils/https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/nvidia-319-libgl/https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/lib3 … 319-utils/https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/lib3 … 319-libg
This issue may be related to Syslinux 6.02, which has been identified and fix in the latest ISO. See https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=173665 and https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=172588 for further information.