Hi to everybody,
I do experience the same problem with widening gap right to the systray area - the area is active and shows battery data.
I have also tried several changes to config file but with no success. I even deleted the battery section - the problem persists:(
thanks for your advice with the PCmanFM:) Well, I do not have Win7 anymore - I used to burn CDs when I was employed ... now I am more then 6 month @home hopelessly searching for a new job and my only comp is running @this point of time only !#CB ... now I found also another CD that was burned under Vista and it has the same problem - no show in Thunar.
I helpped myself with:
sudo mount -t iso9660 /dev/sr0 /media/cdrom
After this I can see its content in /media/cdrom (also in Thunar)...
This will do the work for me for this moment. I best believe that some keen on pro will once recognize where thr BUG is and it will be resolved... I am so lazy stupid idiot that I have no power to help anyone including myself better.
I've been strongly hit by the over-all paralysis of unknown origin...
Gud Luck on your side!
I close this post 4 now.
I am using the currently last release of !#CB in the default install on my ThinkPad X61.
Well, all I do is:
1) I insert a DVD or CD in my Samsung SE-S084 device and then usually the disc is automatically mounted so I can see the content of the disk in Thunar
2) If I insert DVD or CD that was burned under Win7 (that is by now the only difference I can clearly recognize it from others that work just fine) and NOTHING happens.
I do not see any obvious reason why shoud that happen. I am just a user. I do no tricks from bash - I do not know any commands what so ever. All I do is CUT and PASTE what is suggestet (while in bash.)
If there is noone who could understand my problem from what I am describing - then I see no way for me using any LINUX at all --- for my own loss:((( And I have to either crucify myself or submit to slavery of Windows.
Anyway - thanks for your time.
I could't find any help for to above mentioned problem. Sorry, I do not have always a whole day to find how to do something so natural like viewing a content of a CD (although) burbned in Win7.
I love !#CB very much, but sometimes it drives me mad....
Please help. I do not want to go back to M$:(
I would appreciate any help on setting the bluetooth-applet. My bluetooth works just fine, the only thing that drives me crazy is that I do not use it very often... I do not need to use it, but I need to use wifi and as long as thouse to are bound together I want the bluetooth to be switched off right after the laptop starts.
I have tried
/etc/bluetooth/main.conf key "InitiallyPowered =" set to false instead to default (true), but it screws things up - the icon for bluetooth-applet says "off" but the hw device is still on and it cannot be changed
The same thing happens if I change
key BLUETOOTH_ENABLED=1 to 0
The problem must be probably in the HW switch for wireless devices on the laptop
So I need a help on how to just change the propriety of the bluetooth-applet "Turn On/Off Bluetooth" after it start automatically. Because to do it everytime I start my laptop manually.... it just drives me nuts:(
Any advice will be a gr8 help to every owner of this hi-tech history item:)
I would use a pro-help on setting the keyboard shortcut combinations marked on my Lenovo ThinkPad X61 keyboard - Especially for Fn + F5, Fn + F2, Fn + F3 and Fn + F4 combinations.
I cannot find any help on "Fn" key modifier for openbox rc file.
Is there any script that sets it all at once?
I know I should have replied long long ago. I am a complete freak - I have tried many OSs -- all the Bunts, OpenSUSE, fedora... and many small distros. My OEM OS is Win Vista Business - which is now my second OS. Since this summer my primary OS is CBL:)
Now almost everything runs smooth.
The only thing I cannot figure out is how to re-eneable Trackpoint scrolling after Sleep. Do you know how to achieve that?
By the way - just now I realized that after wake-up from sleep trackpoint scrolling stopped working - but I already found a solution. The script is similar and works also after wake-up from sleep:
xinput list | sed -ne 's/^[^ ][^V].*id=\([0-9]*\).*/\1/p' | while read id
case `xinput list-props $id` in
*"Middle Button Emulation"*)
xinput set-int-prop $id "Evdev Wheel Emulation" 8 1
xinput set-int-prop $id "Evdev Wheel Emulation Button" 8 2
xinput set-int-prop $id "Evdev Wheel Emulation Timeout" 8 200
xinput set-int-prop $id "Evdev Wheel Emulation Axes" 8 6 7 4 5
xinput set-int-prop $id "Evdev Middle Button Emulation" 8 0
Hi again, it is a long time since I asked for help.
Now I have tried but my buttons for Volume UP/DOWN/MUTE still doesn't work.
I should say aloud that I am far from being guru and even far from being whatever in Linux.
I have been using Ubuntu for a long time - because it just worked Out of the BOX. Ubuntu is no more option for me.
I love CB for its purity... but somehow I cannot help myself with the buttons. I've installed xbindkeys, I have also put it into autostart.sh - but it still does not work:(
I need a step by step description what to do... I would be really grateful if someone be so nice to help such an stupid asshole as I am...
I maight not mention it, but I've never writen any code and I am not used to Linux administration. So I would appreciate advices based on no knowledge.
I've downlodaed the i686 image and burnt it to CD-R - and it had several errors while booting the live image, so I did another attempt to download it and burt it to 8" DVD-RW and it was better, but still I receive the MD5 checksum error while trying to check the disk in the text install.
I am probably doing something wrong, but I don't know what it is. Please help me how to check the disk before install. You know, I ma used to click on an item in menu that does it for me without needing to know anythig more. Please pardon me for this lazy attitude.
is there anyone who could help me with setting up TrackPoint Scrolling on ThinkPad X61? I am used to scroll that way from Windows and Ubuntu. I have tried CrunchbangLinux when it used to be based on Ubuntu - 8.10 and then 9.04... And now when its not derived from Ubuntu - I believe it can be better than ever:)
I love OpenBox and I am willing to shift back to CrunchBang just after I will be sure I can set-up a couple of details.
Please help. I am offering help in exchange. I cannot write code, but I do consider myself as a reliable business analyst - so if there is anything I can be of use - do not hesitate to challenge me.