open a terminal and type
sudo apt-get install bum
enter root password, and accept the installation
Open "Bum" by typing in
or going through the mintmenu!
From here you can disable other things that werent possible to disable from "startup applications", such as hdd temps, scanner services, etc.
Be careful with this also!
qarni wrote:Hello guys
I have installed mint into my Vaio Z laptop a couple of months ago and was working perfect. However, starting days ago it stopped connecting to wireless for no reason but it connect by wire which I can live with. I have had played around a lot to fix this problem with no luck.
The problem now is that it takes FOREVER to boot. It has showed me a wierd screen offering me to fix broken packages, test memoery and some other options.
I did updated the packages but nothing has happened. I was thinking (like Windows) to repaire the system but do not know how.
Your help will be highly appriciated as I NEED my laptop to behave stable for many upcoming projects ..
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