davemc wrote:I experience the ethernet issues occaisionally as well. Its not a big deal. All you have to do is right click on knetworkmanager and click on the "wired connection" or "eth0" (whichever it says) and it will reconfigure itself and usually pick it right up. Sometimes you have to do it a second time. You can also reset the network or reboot.
wolfden wrote:if you can ping the router but not yahoo.com, it usually is a bad dns entry in /etc/resolv.conf, try the above procedure and if you still can't get it run as root
davemc wrote: As far as the beryl cube, you can click and hold the middle mouse button and you will see it and can move it around by dragging. You can use the ctrl+alt+ left or right arrows, ctrl+alt+tab to go to page view. Lots of fun toys on beyrl to play with. Experiment with the control panels (compiz fusion). In truth, compiz fusion is nowhere near being as good as beryl, but I do hope that they will someday be able to catch back up, imo. Anyway, good luck.
wolfden wrote: if your cube isn't working than either rerun the accel-manager and restart X or check your xorg.conf file and make sure drivers is right and the two lines below are not commented
Option "AddARGBGLXVisuals" "true"
Option "Composite" "Enable"
wolfden wrote:if you are struggling for space than go the mini route - removing things isn't as easy as you think
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