I'm trying to instal Fedora10 on my new laptop but I've run into a few issues.
It's a Dell Precision M6400 - I'm running KDE
I have 2 issues:
1) I cannot get the full screen resolution
I can go to administration --> display and under the 'Hardwae' tab I can
configure the display as a generic or as a Dell 1920x1200 but no matter what
I choose the 'Settings' tab only lets me choose a max of 1400x1050
2) system notification sound works, and rhythmbox sound works but no other
sound / players work such as amaok or Kaffiene
Thanks in advance for any help ...
I've installed Fedora 10 with no problems on my thinkpad sl300.
Everything works except... there is no graphical boot. All i get is
a black screen with a blue progress bar in the bottom.
Anyone can guide me into this?
I installed Fedora 9 sulphur from the DVD.iso file for X86_64 configuration
on my laoptop using DVD media.
I selected "Development Support" at the time to choose what packages should
get installed in the Installation Steps.
After successfull Installation i could see GCC and other BINUTILS have been
installed in my laptop.
BUT, when i browsed into /usr/src/redhat.... I dont see the SOURCE CODE
for the kernel down here?
How to get the source code for my kernel 2.6.25
Thanks in advance
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So I have been running F10 from the 4 Nov and last night I did the last
updates for F10, witch I think is now the F10 release.
And over the few weeks I have notice that Laptop support is coming and
>From my view I have to say that we lost all the worked that has been done on
the laptop-support in F9 in this release.
I have raised this before and it sort of came back but now it is all gone
My laptop is not even going in suspend mode when I close the lid. No laptop
buttons is working, and they where all working in F9 with not doing
anything. This is very disappointing for me that use my laptop for business.
It feels like I am back in the 90's where I need to boot up and shut down
every time I move between offices.
Has Laptop support been kicked out in favour for something ells?
Great! It Worked, changed the
as recommended and now gsynaptics runs perfectly...
2008/11/13 Gianluca Sforna <giallu(a)gmail.com>
> 2008/11/12 udutronik Tronik <udutronik(a)gmail.com>:
> > Hello all,
> > I've just installed fedora 10 preview and i am a little puzzled : no
> > xorg.conf file! Thats where i used to tweaks my touchpad settings...
> See the other reply if you want to configure xorg.conf directly.
> > I've installed Gsynaptics and It tells me to set XF86Config
> This would be:
> Now, I just made gsynaptics work on my laptop (which is Fedora 9,
> though) by adding the line:
> <merge key="input.x11_options.SHMConfig" type="string">true</merge>
> in the file
> just after the line:
> <match key="info.capabilities" contains="input.touchpad">
> Gianluca Sforna
I have a Linux in my laptop now i want to use GUI environment for the Linux
please let me know how to do it ? & also that from where i can find the
source for the installation of it.
Awaiting early reply from the group members.
I've just installed fedora 10 preview and i am a little puzzled : no
xorg.conf file! Thats where i used to tweaks my touchpad settings...
I've installed Gsynaptics and It tells me to set XF86Config
Cab someone help me on this?
On F9 All my buttons on my laptop worked or sort of worked. Have this
support been removed in F10 cause none is working on my HP 6320. But also no
suspend on the lid close works..
Is there something that I need to get this back to working?