[ubuntu] tight vnc server not working correctlyview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – 64-bit lucid lynx server According to Ubuntu Software Center, Tight VNC Server is installed. However, mlocate doesn't show any vnc files in any *bin directory ps -A doesn't show a vnc service running none of the menus have an item for vnc server I can connect to the ubuntu computer from a Windows vnc client. I can use the keyboard to type in the password. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Can not find Wireless networks on 10.04 amd64 after uptatesview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Everything was working great till I updated about 8 days ago! (HowTos)

[Fixed] No sudo priveligesview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello everyone, just installed Statler and to my surprise everything worked out of the box, except for my keyboard settings. The fix was found easily, but it seems there is a problem with my permissions(so I cannot fix the keyboard issue). If I try sudo the terminal tells me I can`t do this and that it`ll be reported. Does anyone know how to fix this? (HowTos)

5.0 - works perfectly (Logitech G 11 Gaming Keyboard)view story

http://ubuntuhcl.org – standards keys, lights : out of the box G keys : works perfectly, but I had to find every key code for MY PERSONNAL caracters ({, [, ...). When done, it\'s perfect. There could be a graphical tool now, I don\'t know. (Hardware)

use openbox rc.xml with xmonadview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – full thread title:use keyboard shortcuts from openbox's rc.xml with xmonad as your window manager.sry, probably just another of those mad ideas i have, but never get around to.i was thinking it'd be smart to either add my openbox controls for starting applications to my xmonad in some clever n careful simple way, or more reluctantly have to go through it all n add it manually even going (HowTos)

Enabling sleep/hibernate/etc. buttons on Thinkpad X32 (Slack 13.1)view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi all, I have some problems getting some of the buttons on my Thinkpad working properly. Volume buttons, thinklight, etc. work through tpb. It's the other buttons (sleep, hibernate, etc.) that are causing problems. The wireless radio button also works. I can hibernate and suspend successfully from the command-line using pm-suspend, etc. (HowTos)

Unable to select Keyboard Type on Sun Fire X2270 serverview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Am carrying out installation of CentOS-5.5 on a Sun fire X2270 server using PXE. The installation starts well but on getting to the keyboard type the installation halts. I have plugged in a USB keyboard unfortunately, am unable to select the keyboard type even on reboot as the keyboard is non-responsive. What might be the issue? (HowTos)

No hibernation on Dell Inspiron 8000view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hi everybody, please help me to get at least hibernation on my Dell Inspiron 8000 working! I'm currently running 11.3, fully patched. (Distributions)

Numpad 0 not working after upgrade to openSUSE 11.3view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I can work around it for now if I have to, but it's a weird and annoying bug. Basically, since installing openSUSE 11.3 RC1 I've been unable to use the 0 key on my numpad. The rest of the numpad functions correctly, it's just the 0 key and it is in both numlock on and off modes (not that I ever use it in off, but I tested anyway). This is the relevant output from xev: (Distributions)

How To Manually Install Icon Themes In Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynxview story

http://www.liberiangeek.net – In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to manually install icon themes in Ubuntu, including Lucid Lynx easily and quickly. (HowTos)