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Run Debian XFCE without a monitor

I want to run a program via ssh on a debian xfce pc, the program generates a file, my problem is that this program needs a screen to open, it will NOT work in terminal mode. I want xfce to boot ...
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Desktop freezes after login

When I log into my DE, after about a minute or so, the desktop freezes. When I mean freezes, I mean all windows become unresponsive, as well as the panels and applications menu. This happens all ...
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gnome-classic as default session for all users?

How to set gnome-classic as default session for all users in gdm3 (system-wide setting)? I'm using Debian Jessie with GNOME 3.12. I've tried creating fake gnome.session in ...
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How to hold <Caps Lock> when it sends a single event on key press and release?

Using the keyboard of a Macintosh IIcI (~1990) with remapping of the Caps Lock key to Ctrl in Xorg, it is impossible to use it, as holding it does not send events persistently. When holding other ...
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1answer
48 views

Startx results in a black screen

I recently wanted to solve a problem with using a second monitor from my laptop that is running debian (jessie) but because I lack knowledge things didn't go as planned. Now I am getting booted into ...
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How Does X build its modelist?

I have an embedded board running Linux 3.0.35 and X.Org 1.14.4. I'm modifying an existing framebuffer driver to support a new connector type. I'm reading the EDID, creating a new modelist using the ...
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Change color balance on Intel Graphics

My laptop has some screen or cable problem, because of which the screen is all pink colour. In Windows I use my Graphic Card configuration software to change the screen colours mixing colour channels ...
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1answer
26 views

How can I disable a part of the screen in X.Org

I'm running a Laptop with Arch Linux, X.org and i3. Due to a broken LCD panel, I would like to disable/ignore the left ~228 Pixels of the screen until I have time to get it repaired. So far, I've ...
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1answer
121 views

How can I add additional resolution for my screen?

I tried to launch a game (GTA San Andreas) on wine. GTA showed Cannot find 800x600x32 video mode and closed immediately. The Computer I currently have is a Lenovo IdeaPad G510, with Intel HD ...
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69 views

i3 HDMI output sometimes shows black screen after startup

I have the i3 window manager configured to use HDMI-0 as its main output and DVI-0 to use as a secondary screen. The dualscreen configuration is done via an xrandr entry in the i3 config file. ...
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0answers
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How to disable the “medium” style for every font using the fonts.conf file?

I would like to disable the "medium" style for every font installed in my computer. I've searched the specific settings for the file fonts.conf but I couldn't find it. Any idea?.
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Lubuntu display resolution + VirtualBox

Running the most recent Lubuntu 14.04 as a live OS inside virtual box works without any problemes at 1024 x 768 pixels screen resolution. But when I install it, Lubuntu has a low resolution of 620 x ...
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Due to a broken monitor, I need to setup only the right half of my screen

The left side of my full hd monitor is broken, in order to use only the good part the resolution needs to be 1274x1080, aligned to the right. A simple xrandr -s 1274x1080 will get the right ...
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1answer
39 views

Can I use two sets of I/O devices for two user sessions on one computer?

I want to connect a second monitor, keyboard and mouse to my PC (running Ubuntu) and let somebody else (e.g. my son) use the a different TTY while I am working. I know I can switch between TTYs using ...
2
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1answer
609 views

Debian stable dual monitor problem

I installed Debian wheezy with XFCE 4.8 on my new laptop, updated the kernel to 3.13 from backports. When I connect the laptop to my monitor, I can see only a part of the screen on the monitor with a ...
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0answers
624 views

How to fix startx on Arch Linux on Raspberry pi?

I have a problem when trying to use the command startx. It comes back with /usr/bin/x error while loading shared libraries: libgcrypt.so.20: cannot open shared and then says that it is giving ...
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HD TV and Macbook Air with Linux see each other but screen is black

With Apple Macbook Air 1,1 (Early 2008) and Ubuntu 12.04 with kernel Linux 3.2.0-68-generic-pae, when I connect it to an HD TV via the micro-DVI to DVI (Apple adapter) --> DVI to HDMI (I tried two ...
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0answers
28 views

Execute command when mouse is pluged/unpluged on GNU/Linux

Is it possible to have something like event handler for plugging unpluggig a mouse in Unix System? I want to have a script that will enable/disable touchpad but not only on startup (you can find ...
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logname not working under X session

I would like to find out the name of the user at the end of a sudo-chain. The exact tool for this is logname or also who am i works as well. My problem is that while over SSH or tty1 (Ctrl+Alt+F1) ...
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0answers
95 views

TTY not work after X starts

I have a HP Envy4 5306tx laptop with Intel+Nvidia dual cards, and I install fedora 19 X64 on it without NVidia proprietory driver. However, there are some problems about the X and TTY。 The TTYs are ...
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1answer
200 views

How to start X program on local display? [duplicate]

I'm ssh-ing into a Raspberry Pi. I would like to start an X program remotely, on the Pi's display. I know you can export DISPLAY to have programs open up on your computer when you ssh-in. But I'm ...
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27 views

X Driver for underlying hardware

I am following LFS and BLFS. I want to run the resultant filesystem onto many different hardware, with "native" graphics driver. If the underlying hardware's graphic card is intel then it must start ...
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1answer
543 views

Certain fonts missing from xlsfonts in Centos 6.4

I have a certain software on CentOS 6.4 that gave the following error: X Error of failed request: BadName (named color or font does not exist) Major opcode of failed request: 45 (X_OpenFont) ...
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1answer
992 views

Arch: Awesome Window Manager won't start

I can't get my awesome running. I installed awesome and all dependecies with pacman and followed the beginning of the following guide to get awesome running: ...
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2answers
112 views

One X Client Many X Servers

I have an X client and I would like to display it on many servers (with different IPs), is it possible with X Display? EDIT: Simple situation I have in network some hosts: 192.168.0.1 192.168.0.2 ...
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218 views

Scrolling with a WACOM tablet pen

I've got a wacom pen with a button. How can I trigger scrolling when moving the pen with the button pressed? According to xev, below, the triggering events are MotionNotify with state 0x200. If this ...
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1answer
379 views

Swapping <esc> and <caps lock> in a way that persists with external keyboards

I have a file called ~/.speedswapper which contains the following: ! Swap caps lock and escape remove Lock = Caps_Lock keysym Escape = Caps_Lock keysym Caps_Lock = Escape add Lock = Caps_Lock ...
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1answer
77 views

Replacement for standard KDE monitor manager?

My Linux experience is roughly a 4/10. I'm running the latest Debian-Wheezy install, and I've been having some trouble with the stock KDE display/monitor manager (to clarify as these terms seem to ...
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1answer
146 views

Xen crashes when loading X

I installed debian-7.1.0-i386-kde then apt-get install various Xen stuff. After updating Grub I found it boots up using Xen however at the point where it tries to draw my desktop (KDE) I get a bunch ...
3
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1answer
148 views

Binding single key (such as 'F1') to multiple keys (such as 'Ctrl+C') in Gnome

I know how to map a single key to a command using the gconf settings. I also know how to map a single key to another key (F1 -> ctrl) using Xmodmap. My question is how can I map a single key such as ...
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0answers
329 views

How do I run Gnome from a systemd-nspawn container in a second X server?

I'm using systemd-nspawn to "boot" a second Linux OS from a USB hard disk. I'd like to launch that OS's Gnome Desktop in a second X server running on the same machine on a different tty than the ...
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1answer
258 views

Instability of debian graphics [closed]

I have done some googling but am unable to find the cause of this problem. I'm using a fresh copy of Debian 7.1 and shortly after, using the machine will start rendering graphics improperly and spit ...
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0answers
267 views

backlight doesn't work with Linux Mint 14 on my Gateway NV78 laptop

Here is my problem it is Bug 765438--the backlight will not work on my Gateway NV 78 laptop. Won't work with Linux Mint 14, ubuntu from ubuntu 11.04 onward won't work with ps-bcd. Of course it ...
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1answer
2k views

Trying to open a GUI from a remote server using Mac but not succesfully

I'm brand new user in MacOSX. I'm using ssh to connect to some Linux servers. I'm trying to open a GUI locally for a process running in the remote Linux server. So I read that I should install ...
0
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1answer
461 views

Weird problem. My left arrow key is not working and sometimes muting sound

My left arrow key is not working as intended. In KDE, it mutes the sound. In Awesome Window manager, it does nothing. Here's my 00-keyboard.conf file : I have tired to comment out XkbModel, ...
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1answer
437 views

Trying to set keyboard layout using Xorg configuration but it's not working

I'm trying to set my HP Pavilion g6 keyboard layout to English(us) and Arabic(ara). I'm using Fedora 18, but followed Arch Wiki anyways. Here's my 90-keyboard-layout.conf file : Section ...
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1answer
170 views

X Server won't load when I add a 50-synaptics.conf file inside the xorg.conf.d directory

I'm using Fedora 18. I'm trying to configure my synaptics touchpad, I need the tapping and the horizontal scrolling inside Awesome Window Manager. I've created a file at ...
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0answers
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xorg.conf.d not loaded when starting X while docked

Recently installed archlinux on a Lenovo T530 Thinkpad and using it with a Mini dock Series 3. Docking and undocking works just like it should, using acpid to execute scripts turning screens on and ...
2
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1answer
522 views

Mapping AltGr to left control

I mapped my AltGr key to Ctrl with the following command: setxkbmap -option ctrl:ralt_rctrl However, when displaying the bindings with xmodmap -pke I can see that the keycode is associated to ...
2
votes
1answer
416 views

i915 cannot work with nomodeset?

I'm trying to get X to work on a ThinkPad W530. I set the BIOS to only use the integrated graphics, I attempt to boot. The display goes blank when KMS is executed and does not recover. I append ...
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2answers
831 views

How to Save X Session — ArchLinux+Openbox

I use Arch Linux and Openbox. How can I save the state of my current openbox/X session and later restart them? The scenario is like this: I've several browsers windows open, terminals, file ...
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3answers
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Reinstall XOrg with Yum - Fedora 18

Some how I messed up Xorg and need to reinstall it, with Yum. I can not find any Xorg packages, but it has to be out there right?
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2answers
4k views

How to configure xorg.conf for widescreen VNC on headless Linux/Ubuntu?

I have a Ubuntu 12.10 Box configured to run headless. I've managed to boot X headless by a lot of trial and error but I still have a glitch: When booting using the monitor, it all works ok, widescreen ...
3
votes
3answers
2k views

Disabling X server on Fedora 17

How can I prevent the X server from starting up on Fedora 17? In older versions the user should edit /etc/inittab but in this version (I didn't check this on previous versions) Fedora uses some other ...
5
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0answers
226 views

How to disable select-on-release right mouse button in Linux [duplicate]

We are having issues with mouse behavior in Linux. In Windows: In any application, to open a context menu and select an option: right mouse button down + release move the cursor to an option left ...
3
votes
1answer
449 views

HDMI port not working after installing KDE Desktop Enviroment for Ubuntu

My laptop can't detect the HDMI port and my Samsung TV shows no signal. When I run xrandr, my HDMI port doesn't show in the output. Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1366 x 768, maximum 8192 x ...
2
votes
2answers
730 views

How to switch from TTY to KDE in Oracle Linux

I had installed Oracle Linux. While installing I had selected KDE for the desktop. After finishing I assumed that I could login to KDE Desktop, but I got a TTY. It asked for login and I gave root ...
3
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0answers
295 views

Screen flickers in Fedora 17

Screen flickers every 10 seconds. (I timed with a stopwatch, screen flickers every 10 seconds, 6 times a minute exactly.) I've used Windows and I'm trying to use Linux. I don't know much about Linux. ...
3
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0answers
1k views

Mouse Scroll Wheel Speed Far too sensitive

In my crunchbang installation with X11, openbox, my wireless usb mouse is listed at both /dev/psaux and /dev/input/mouse0. It's working fine apart from the scrollwheel, which although active, is far ...
3
votes
1answer
1k views

Ctrl-Alt-F1 not working from X

I have a system running Debian 5.0 that doesn't respond to Ctrl-Alt-F# (1-6) Check if Ctrl, Alt, F1 and F2 are intercepted correctly... $ DISPLAY=:0 xwininfo xwininfo: Please select the window ...