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Apr
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asked Cron log on debian systems
Apr
21
comment run xmodmap commands after login
OK, I pasted the row into .xsession. I will give it few days time. thank you
Apr
21
comment run xmodmap commands after login
$ ps aux | grep X root 619 1.7 1.1 30772 22908 tty7 Ss+ 07:50 0:34 /usr/bin/X :0 -br -verbose -auth /var/run/gdm/auth-for-gdm-WDyyFH/database -nolisten tcp vt7 xralf 946 0.0 0.0 1832 536 ? Ss 07:51 0:00 /bin/sh /etc/xdg/xfce4/xinitrc -- /etc/X11/xinit/xserverrc xralf 1073 0.0 0.5 50228 12244 ? S 07:51 0:00 /usr/lib/xfce4/panel-plugins/xfce4-menu-plugin socket_id 27263015 name xfce4-menu id 1 display_name Xfce Menu size 24 screen_position 11 so, I think I'm using startx? Should I create the file ~/.xinitrc?
Apr
20
comment run xmodmap commands after login
Now, I restarted and it doesn't work.
Apr
20
comment Information about a laptop fan
Thank you, but notice that this is not the exact answer to my question. It means I should look for the configuration files in acerfand? If it was a source code it would be possible, but it's a binary file.
Apr
20
comment Information about a laptop fan
I haven't found the commands or configuration files that are working on my system. The script uses /etc/acerfand.conf, acer_ec.pl. I need to be able after this question to find all configuration and information about the fan (it doesn't matter if it will be in kernel, but it should be possible to find on every system)
Apr
19
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Apr
19
comment run xmodmap commands after login
It works after restart. I will wait for a while yet because Shadur's answer worked after restart too.
Apr
19
comment run xmodmap commands after login
This worked for a while but stopped working and I had to run it manually again.
Apr
19
comment run xmodmap commands after login
This helped. I had to create the file ~/.bash_profile . Should I add all the lines or only the one line with xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap?
Apr
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Apr
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comment run xmodmap commands after login
I'm using bash. Maybe I asked the question bad way. I edited ~/.bashrc as you said and restarted the computer and after restart I had to run xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap manually to have remapped keys.
Apr
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asked run xmodmap commands after login
Apr
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comment Information about a laptop fan
Could you please explain how this script works? I'm using Acer Travelmate (not Acer Aspire). Is it OK?
Apr
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comment Information about a laptop fan
dmesg is on a good way. /proc seems to have the information inside but I'd like to be able to locate it and be sure that it's all that controls the fan.
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Apr
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comment Information about a laptop fan
Thank you but I can't find there nothing about the fan. I'm interested of the fan's parameters and configuration files that I can edit and change those parameters to have the most possible control over the fan. I used sudo lshw | grep fan and it didn't find it. But command aren't so important. I remember the sentence "Everything in unix is a file" so there should be files with the information I'm looking for.