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On Gnome and other full desktop environments (DE) there is a standard binding for special keys like XF86AudioLowerVolume. These are preconfigure by the DE developers to execute code, since it makes sense to lower the volume with the Gnome Mixer when you press XF86AudioLowerVolume. With Openbox there is no standard sound mixer, so you have to define the ...


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The BIOS whitelist stops the laptop early in the boot process - an error message is shown similar to the ones you see when some motherboards have no keyboard or other mandatory peripheral connected. Once the laptop is past the BIOS stage and loading the OS, the whitelist is redundant. In fact, the OS will probably not be aware of it's existence and will ...



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