unknow monitor & screen is not refreshedview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I installed Ubuntu 9.10 on an old PC, Dell dimension L550r, PIII500, 512M ram. There is a problem that monitor is not detected. I could logon as 'xterm' type, but the window size is only 1/4 of screen. When I logon as 'GNOME', it seems screen is not refreshed. media player window is blank, but can see a static image if minimize and restore window. (HowTos)

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)

How to Move Window Controls to Right in Lucid Lynx ?view story

http://www.dailytut.com – try to switch from windows to lucid lynx (Ubuntu 10.04) where they might feel this problem. Yes, in Lucid Lynx the close, minimize, maximize buttons appears in the left side by default after you upgraded or newly installed ubuntu 10.04. Generally Mac OS users are pretty much familiar with this type of window control method and access. (HowTos)

Maximized window gets under the panel in my external monitorview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hi, I'm using openSUSE 11.3. I have a external monitor, and my setup is that when it is connected the panel is expended on the left. (Extended desktop) When I maximize any window in my external monitor, the window gets under the panel, instead of getting maximized properly. Is this a bug? (Distributions)

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)

Tried KDE4...view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – So as some people here claim you can customize KDE4 to be not worser than KDE3 I just tried to install it (KDE 4.4.4). (Distributions)

X Window decoration and menu text huge: so large as to be unreadableview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I've started looking at a replacement distro for Ubuntu which is quite frankly pissing me off. (HowTos)

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)

GUIs for the steg binaries (steghide and outguess)view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Looks to me like we're a baby-step behind Windows in not having GUI wrappers or frontends for the steganography (?) binaries I mentioned above. No big deal, but it kind of chafes to think that the sheep have Secret Media and we have nothing. Or have my searches just not turned up the obvious GNOME solution? (HowTos)

Environment variable being set twiceview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I'm setting my CLASSPATH in /etc/profile.d/jre.sh. In a login shell, everything is fine. In an xterm window, the CLASSPATH consists of two of every intended entry. In jre.sh I am doing a (HowTos)