I just purchased a Dell XPS 13 and wanted the trackpad to use "natual scrolling" (ala Mac OS-X) in Gnome 3.
I did not have success with either the "Content sticks to fingers" setting in Gnome or the X-configuration file (/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/99-wt-natural-scrolling.conf) presented in final post to the following thread: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=284232 by
I'm still waiting for my Note 2 to arrive to a local store. I'm so stoked about it I can't help but to refresh google page with the words "Galaxy Note 2" with search timer on last 1 hours to see if there's anything new.
So, I got into thinking, how many of you Note 2 users tend to always use the S-Pen for what you're doing or do you use fingers as well?
All of my last three USB sticks have been the Kingston DataTraveler, and I'm satisfied with them, but I think as I buy more USB sticks over time, I should avoid buying the same brand and model, especially for sticks I run Linux off of.
I've just installed Raring, keeping an installation of Precise.
There's still a few stuff I have to fix. The most important would be to downgrade Nautilus. There are *a few* interesting new stuff (Well, pretty much just the fact that there are icons in the "New" menu. XD), but I can't stand the rest.
Precise Puppy 5.6, a distribution built from Ubuntu Precise Pangolin 12.04.2, alongside the binary DEB packages, providing full compatibility with Ubuntu and access to the vast Ubuntu package repository, has been released.Precise Puppy 5.6 is a distribution built on Ubuntu Precise Pangolin 12.04.2.
In opensuse 11.0 and 11.1 (kde) I was able to tap the touch pad with two fingers to simulate middle-click. It allowed me to use "open link in new tab" feature in firefox with ease. It allowed me to close tabs I no longer needed.
"can't write to my memory sticks anymore" ? you used to be able to ? what changed ? As WonderWoofy said, we need more information. You could always try chown or chmod, but that's probably overkill until you tell us more ...