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I have solved this issue by adding a "Monitor" section to the xorg.conf file. The part that needed to be added is listed blow; Section "Monitor" Identifier "monitor" Option "Rotate" "Left" EndSection You then need to reference the monitor in the screen section: Section "Screen" Identifier "Screen0" Device "Videocard0" ...
*.Create a desktop shortcut for the program *.Go to properties of the shortcut *.Click on the "shortcut" tab *.Under "Run", select "minimized" or "normal window."
It seems to be a hardware problem. I'd check the following, in order: Try replacing your graphics card with another spare one that you may have around, or use the integrated graphics if any for a while, and check whether the random freezes keep showing up. Replace your power supply with a higher wattage output one. I know at least one case in which a ...
I have hacked up a small python script that does this, after not finding anything else. It requires xpybutil as a dependency, tested on current (2014-03-27) Arch Linux. #!/usr/bin/python2 "Helper for setting current desktop's name" import sys from xpybutil import conn, root import xpybutil.ewmh as ewmh if len(sys.argv) == 2 and sys.argv == '--help': ...
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