Ha. Fluxbox to the rescue :x
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Ha. Fluxbox to the rescue :x
It should not hurt either way.
Openbox is Openbox. Lubuntu is LXDE, which contains Openbox.
dpkg-reconfigure gdm or dpkg-reconfigure lxdm should do the trick.
Yeah, that's what I ended up doing, but it didn't take much else with it. gnome-session-bin seemed to be the main dependency-generating package, though, so I autoremoved that and cleaned up :D
Thanks for the tips. I'm just going to list all the gnome-* packages I have installed and remove most of them. Are there any other globs that I should be looking at?
And yeah, that is indeed a...
Well, the background (with the "screenshot.?" icon) is exactly what the desktop looks like when I select GNOME from the KDM window manager menu, so I concluded that some piece of GNOME got lost and...
So like, last night's update installed GNOME and Metacity. Needless to say, I am slightly confused. It would have been fine if they stayed out of my way, but they have reconfigured the background of...
Looks like a post hoc fallacy to me.
It looks like nothing's getting held back now. nepomukcontroller and plasma-widgets-addons are getting removed and do not have replacements, but I'm going to bite the bullet :P
The way I see it... if it's going to kill kubuntu-desktop, I'm not doing it. Otherwise, anything goes :)
I don't see an announcement for rc2... just rc1. At any rate, it takes time (2 weeks, apparently) for these things to get packaged.
4.6.90 (4.7 rc1) has hit the repos, it appears. w00t!
... works just fine with Kubuntu + Intel IGP. I am pleased.
w00t! i got this you got this my friend is by my right, with a kernel update :3
What about Impressive? It's in the repos and works a treat with PDF's. (nb: it doesn't do ppt(x?), I believe)
There are still some very popular modules that depend on Python 2.x, i.e. Twisted and SciPy. I don't quite think we're ready to ditch those ;)
Hm... is LightDM still the default? I've been updating daily, but KDM is still my default (and only) display manager.
I'm also using Kubuntu and agree that it's pretty good so far. I'm installing a bunch of updates (including the dreaded udev, but hey, that's what testing is all about) and that would be fun. I think...
To be sure, this behavior requires support from both the bootloader and the OS. Grub4DOS had this capability, but the OS could only go so far before it also needs to loop-mount its image. It's not...
It appears that you're looking at one of the recent problems with the Xorg transition. It might be useful to have a look at some of the other threads regarding this.
lol, I forgot to RTFP and had to reinstall twice, on Friday and just now. I have learned my lesson, and I now have a *buntu 10.10 recovery partition :P
Onboard works, as well as kvkbd.
Ah, okay. I found that I was able to get wireless functionality by blacklisting either brcm80211 or wl. I just blacklisted wl.
(grr double-post. please ignore/remove this, thanks >_>)