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sanity rising
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f.lux

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Can anyone get this to work? I tried a few times but it will not install. I thought this was a good app when i was using Win-Dohs and was thrilled when there was a Linux version. But i cannot get it to work at all, any advise would be much appreciated and please understand i am new to Linux. :?:
anticupidon
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Re: f.lux

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well,you are not the only one in this.
installed a while ago, still haven't time to get down on this and fix it,for now am i using the xflux works via terminal
ThinkPad X200s Intel Core2 Duo CPU L9400
Kernel: 3.13.0-24-generic Desktop: KDE 4.13.1 Distro: Linux Mint 17 Qiana
/dev/sda SanDisk_SDSSDP12 128.0GB
phil168
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Re: f.lux

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I've been using "redshift". It seems to work fine and I've even managed to get it to start automatically on boot.
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Re: f.lux

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Also install redshift-gtk for a notification panel icon.
sanity rising
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Re: f.lux

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Thank you all for the advice i will have a go at these suggestions and see which will work :D
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Re: f.lux

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Crissis over i have managed to install Redshift and it seems as though it will do the trick. Thanks again for helping to save my beauty sleep....and believe me i need lots of it :lol:
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