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I was experiencing this issue when I had VDPAU_DRIVER=va_gl environment variable in effect. Try setting the environment variable QT_GRAPHICSSYSTEM to one of native, raster, or opengl before executing any Qt app, like so: export QT_GRAPHICSSYSTEM=native konsole If you find one of the values working for you, you can set it permanently in yout .profile or ...
Seems there is still doubt either this is hardware / software issue. As concern hardware then here is little reason to this problem because I faced this issue in my macbook. There are small sensors in touchpad which sense activity upon touch. sometime dust particles goes inside the touchpad so when those particles move touchpad start sensing them and in ...
Put an & after transmission-gtk, which should force it to run in the background. It would be transmission-gtk &.
I've experienced similar issues, and there are several possible causes: Mouse Some mice, specially the gaming mice, are especially sensitive. Small vibration may cause them to be active, and wake up the system. It's also possible that when they become inactive after a period with no activity, they also wake up the system. To check this, you can power off ...
For a default skeleton of home dir, in linux you have "/etc/skel/" dir. Some snippets from here: The /etc/skel directory contains files and directories that are automatically copied over to a new user's home directory when such user is created by the useradd program. /etc/skel allows a system administrator to create a default home directory for ...
[solved] -- you have to install Nautilus File manager first. -- so after that you can add your bookmark. and close the nemo without loosing the bookmark you add. *(after installing nautilus,you can add the bookmark via nautilus or nemo,cause i think both have the same configuration ,cause nemo is the fork from nautilus)
I am not on Suse, but the packages "xdg-user-dirs" and "xdg-user-dirs-gtk" seem to be what ou are looking for. Solution from here: https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/477147-Adding-users-what-creates-their-default-subdirectories-%28Suse-11-4%29
You can completely disable the KWallet backend by adding the following command-line flag to Chrome: --password-store=basic For instance (if you're using Ubuntu's Chromium build), edit /etc/chromium-browser/default and add the flag to CHROMIUM_FLAGS. E.g.: # Default settings for chromium-browser. This file is sourced by /bin/sh from # ...
Finally I installed pavucontrol, in which I could click the "Fallback" button for the headset in the "Output Devices" tab. This also has the very useful interface which shows where audio is being sent (KDE4 used to do this. those were the days). I also disabled all other devices as occasionally they would be used instead. Now everything works, after ...
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