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Serveral of the xscreensavers need to know where your pictures folders is at to function properly. I discovered that this will make that happen for you. Open the console (terminal) and type the following: cat > .xscreensaver grabDesktopImages: False grabVideoFrames: False chooseRandomImages: True im...
- Fri Mar 16, 2012 2:57 pm
- Forum: KDE
- Topic: Battery quickly loses charge under KDE
- Replies: 12
- Views: 5186
You might try this: Open up the system monitor app & click the process table tab. click on the CPU % bar and watch what process is eating up your CPU % I have found that two programs are often to blame-- Xorg and/or Nepomuk. If Xorg is working heavy say 40% or more then something on your desktop...
I have a Toshiba L505 these Toshiba machines are a bit temperamental about Linux. The drivers on the disk should get the machine running. First do you get to a desktop with the live CD or DVD ? Or Do you see any text on the screen? Does it just scroll text fast on the screen? Did you try a new downl...
- Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:58 am
- Forum: Newbie Questions
- Topic: Questions about Defragging or Antivirus? Look here first!
- Replies: 323
- Views: 261621
- Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:47 pm
- Forum: Introduce yourself
- Topic: Another refugee from the land of Ubuntu
- Replies: 5
- Views: 642
Hi all: I have used Ubuntu for quite some time, and did some time in openSuse's RPM world. Well KDE never really did it for me. Gnome 3, we all know how that went! So the recent desktop mess left me looking at MS-Windows :oops: I have known of Mint for some time so thought I would try it once more. ...