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  1. #111
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    Re: Asus U43JC

    A bin directory in your home (/home/simon/bin) is exactly what's needed. It will be automatically included in your executable path.

  2. #112
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    Re: Asus U43JC

    if I may prevail on your patience once more!

    what I was doing was not in bin or creating a bin on the path but simply in my home file

    where the script needs to go opens in terminal as
    /bin $
    ...

    I need to use a terminal command to add the script using sudo... but having saved the script I don't know the command to add it to my existing bin file

    ...

    can you please tell me what command to use to add the script to /bin $ ...?

    best,

    Simon

  3. #113
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    Re: Asus U43JC

    so I
    sudo mv
    touchpad from desktop where it was saved to /bin

    I check... yes, it's there.

    then I
    $ chmod a+x /bin/touchpadconf
    because it wasn't finding the script or directory at
    $HOME/bin
    and followed the directions for gsettings... rebooted... something strange, reboot gave me a boot menu ... I went through recovery just in case. No probs.

    I rebooted and everything opened fine however
    xinput
    returns
    Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)]
    ⎜ ↳ Virtual core XTEST pointer id=4 [slave pointer (2)]
    ⎜ ↳ ImPS/2 Generic Wheel Mouse id=13 [slave pointer (2)]
    as before...

  4. #114
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    Re: Asus U43JC

    So about the 12.10 release-

    After installing the 64 bit version of Quantal and installing Bumblebee, it didn't take me long to find that the optirun command would only spit out an error. This remained true regardless of any troubleshooting measures I took.

    So I've re-installed with the 32 bit version, and installed Bumblebee along with the bumblebee-nvidia package, ie-
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install bumblebee bumblebee-nvidia
    It seems to work fine that way, though I haven't tested the power-saving.

    Was the script for fixing suspend intended to make it work in general, or does it only apply to a specific use-case involving USB devices or something? Cause so far my suspend seems to work just fine without applying the script.

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