Sicundercover wrote:This is my first go with a Linux system. Ive been a PC tech for 20 some years and have never HAD to learn Linux.
Im also doing a review for the 3d community i belong too http://www.3Dbuzz.com.
Oddly enough one of the things that kept me from using Linux was every time I started and had to ask questions I kept getting berated with smug comments (like I was in that South Park episode where they all start driving hybrids) like "newb", and "Linux isnt designed for windows users you need to think like a Linux user".
However this community has been very helpfull and not smug at all.
Now all I have to do is get the twin mode to work for my monitors.
Sicundercover wrote:I have a Samsung 22" 225bw and a 19" 731B on a 8800gtx
sudo apt-get remove compiz-core desktop effects
sudo apt-get install compiz-core
acsguitar wrote:Weird windows key shows as windows key not super for me.
And the shift f9 isn't working for me
Shaolin wrote:(1) Open Konqueror
(2) Select "Show Hidden Files" in the Tools menu
(3) Go into ~/.kde/Autostart folder.
(4) Delete any file that references the Windows Key.
(5) Restart X
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