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  1. I remember seeing some options for that in kcontrol -> peripherals -> display, but now I can't see it. Maybe it's only visible if you have more than one screen connected (I had that before).
  2. I have the same mouse as you. To get it working in debian I installed the package "imwheel" and changed my xorg.conf to: Section "InputDevice" Identifier "Configured Mouse" Driver "mouse" Option "CorePointer" Option "Device" "/dev/input/mice" Option "Protocol" "ExplorerPS/2" Option "Buttons" "7" Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5" Option "Resolution" "800" Option "Emulate3Buttons" "false" Option "ButtonMapping" "1 2 3 6 7 4 5" EndSection
  3. PowerTop is such a program.
  4. well yes, its KDE so it wont help you... I don't use gnome so, I've no idea...
  5. Try to run kmenuedit from a terminal-window and see if it gives any error.
  6. The same has happened for me on Debian. I figured that when you issue the command, it's the first time the game is trying to play a sound. So I went to options and tuned all sounds to minimal, and next time it didn't crash anymore.
  7. This can happen if you have changed network card (and probably other cases as well), well, I don't know all the details but, the snippet below is the important part: The easiest thing to do is to remove line 5 in your .ssh/known_hosts, and all will be solved.
  8. I don't know which is the best, but, like Arctic, I installed Debian on my G3 and it worked very well.
  9. You have to be root the run that command, therefore: Open a terminal ("Konsole") type su <enter>, enter your root password <enter> and then run alsaconf.
  10. Mhn

    Remove KDE

    How much space does your personal files take up? Check with: du -sh /home
  11. What says # fdisk -l about the partition?
  12. Mhn

    Installing Pidgin

    It's in package 'libqca1-tls'.
  13. By 'modules' you now mean 'packages', don't you? 'modules' is something different.Well, you can see which command it starts and then search for that in rpmdrake. Mandriva 2007 has something called 'urpmi_rpm-find-leaves' that find those packages installed that nothing else depends on.
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