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pasystray not auto-starting in xfce

So, I'm running arch with xfce4 as my desktop environment. For anything I've been needing to add to my tray, I've just been placing them in the Session and Startup settings dialog and it's been ...
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1answer
182 views

XFCE/X11: Keyboard layout changes overnight, special symbols can not be entered

A very weird problem After work, I lock my screen and go home The morning after, my keyboard layout has changed from de_CH to en_US At random times, my urxvt-tabbed windows don't accept special ...
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2answers
167 views

gvim missing menu on arch/xfce

See topic. set guioptions? guioptions=aegirLtmT The normal tip is to delete ~/.gnome2/Vim, but this file doesn't exist. The strange thing is that after installing some plugins, Plugin shows as a ...
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572 views

Arch Linux in Virtualbox keeps forgetting about my resolution

It's a fairly minor problem, but it's pretty annoying all the same. Whenever I start up Arch (DE is xfce) in VB, it always defaults to a small resolution after I login with slim, which uses the full ...
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920 views

GTK3 applications are ugly in XFCE

I am running Arch Linux with XFCE. GTK2 apps, like Thunar, look nice: On the other hand, GTK3 apps, like Rhythmbox, look pretty messed up. I get the same results with both the XFCE theme and the ...
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566 views

Middle Mouse Button does not work in XFCE / Arch Linux

I have the XFCE desktop manager installed on my Arch Linux system. With E17 (Enlightenment desktop manager) I had no problems with my mouse: all buttons worked correctly out of the box. But in XFCE my ...
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ArchLinux Xfce4 - NetworkManager keeps asking for password

I've recently installed ArchLinux with Xfce4 and NetworkManager on an Eeepc 1005HA. NetworkManager is mostly fine - it auto-connects to ethernet and will auto-connect for wifi too if the connection is ...
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745 views

xfce power-manager->monitor difference between sleep/switch off

If I go to Settings-PowerManager->Monitor tab there are (among others) two sliders for management. 1. "Put Display to sleep when computer is inactive for:" 2. "Switch off display when computer is ...
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400 views

My XFCE4 icons all almost gone

I am using Archlinux and today I've tried to install a new theme. When I rebooted the PC, almost all of my icons are gone (as you can see in the screenshot). I've tried to get back the default Tango ...
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1answer
894 views

Bind multimedia keys

I've got an old keyboard (Compaq 9009) with multimedia keys. How can I use these keys as shortcuts?
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1answer
1k views

font anti-aliasing not working as expected

it seems that my linux has problems with anti-aliasing fonts. As you can see in the picture the labels of the menu items are slightly pixelated. . On another system with exactly the same font ...
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5k views

What do the power management tools in Linux do? (acpi, pm-utils, etc…)

I am really really confused about the power management tools available for Linux: I have Arch Linux with XFCE on my laptop. The guides on the the Arch Linux wiki list acpi acpid pm-utils cpufreq ...
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898 views

xfce4-session-manager - does not turn off your computer

I use ArchLinux and Xfce 4.8 when in xfce4-session-manager I select Reboot or ShutDown my computer just logout. To turn it off i have to use e.g. 'halt' in terminal. It began a few days ego. ...