Small problems

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Living-DeATh
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Small problems

Post by Living-DeATh » Thu Apr 30, 2009 15:04

Hi everyone,

I am new user of sabayon linux I installed 4.1 gnome and I like it, but I have 2 problems

- how can I hide trash icon from desktop?
- there is qwerty layout in gdm and I need qwertz (czech layout)... after login its ok

thanks and sorry for my english

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Re: Small problems

Post by Thev00d00 » Thu Apr 30, 2009 15:53

hello!

1st issue is caused by gnome removing all the useful options, solution: run gconf-editor find Apps --> Nautilus --> Desktop and check there. Other ways can be done by some hidden file to be deleted in your user folder.

2nd one is your localisation isnt fully set up, follow: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/guide-localization.xml
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Re: Small problems

Post by Living-DeATh » Thu Apr 30, 2009 16:15

- thanks
- never mind I choose password without 'z 'or 'y'

I have another problem and I hope it's the last

when I turn on pc... frequency of processor is 1,8GHz bud I need dynamic so I changed it to "ondemand" and it's ok but after restart frequency is 1,8GHz again.

any ideas?

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Re: Small problems

Post by xfightx » Tue Oct 27, 2009 18:28

BUMP!

i also need to know how to setup for default 'ondemand' governor.
cpu-freq -g ondemand doesnt work nor clicking the applet (i mean for default, because after restart it gets back to constant)

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Re: Small problems

Post by Fitzcarraldo » Tue Oct 27, 2009 19:03

Living-DeATh wrote:- thanks
- never mind I choose password without 'z 'or 'y'

I have another problem and I hope it's the last

when I turn on pc... frequency of processor is 1,8GHz bud I need dynamic so I changed it to "ondemand" and it's ok but after restart frequency is 1,8GHz again.

any ideas?

Have you got the cpufrequtils daemon launching at boot? Check as root user:

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# rc-update show -v | grep cpufrequtils
         cpufrequtils |
#

If it looks like the above then you haven't. In that case add cpufrequtils daemon to the default runlevel like so:

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rc-update add cpufrequtils default

The contents of /etc/conf.d/cpufrequtils should be:

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# /etc/conf.d/cpufrequtils: config file for /etc/init.d/cpufrequtils

# Options when starting cpufreq (given to the `cpufreq-set` program)
START_OPTS="--governor ondemand"

# Options when stopping cpufreq (given to the `cpufreq-set` program)
STOP_OPTS="--governor performance"

which should change the CPU governor to ondemand when you reboot or start/restart the daemon:

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/etc/init.d/cpufrequtils restart

To check, enter the command:

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cpufreq-info

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Re: Small problems

Post by xfightx » Tue Oct 27, 2009 19:13

thx mate!

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