foggytown wrote:debug wrote:Is there some way to remove Powerdevil and use Guidance as my default and only powermanager, and set the brightness settings through it?
I was afraid to try to remove it, but you can disable it from "System Settings/Advanced/Service Manager" by un-ticking PowerDevil.
you can not run a gui with sudo in KDE.
you must use kdesudo (or gtksu).
kmail: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libkmailprivate.so.4: undefined symbol: _ZN4KPIM8KMeditor16contextMenuEventEP17QContextMenuEvent
Rob Brill wrote:Neither installed from adept manager or Synaptic, Kmail works.
Error: The Kde init could not launch /urs/bin/kmail
It's a Kde 4.2 bug
npap wrote:Hello everybody,
Does anyone have a solution for the huge login fonts? How many people have this problem, I wonder.
One workaround I found for the generally large font problem is to go to the System Settings>appearance>fonts and mark the Force fonts DPI to read 96 DPI..
npap wrote:As for the large login window and fonts, go to System Settings>Advanced>Login manager and on the Convenience tap check the Auto Login option. This is a last resort, I'm afraid.
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