#kubuntu - Sat 10 Mar 2007 between 06:23 and 06:40

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Forgelol
its ok I'm not black... but I believe your supposed to stick em in your mouth and suck 'em... at least according to South Park
firemonkeyballzlol
bentob0xis the login resolution written anywhere in a file?
intelikeybentob0x /etc/X11/xorg.conf
Forgebentob0x, I'm not entirely certain but its related to your xorg.conf
actionbentob0x is checking
bentob0xis checking
firemonkeyballzumm they should disable the close button on the zeroconf service
daymn have 499,000kb free
no way im going to go over on my swp
ForgeI'm enjoying interix lately, and I've added pkgsrc to my kubuntu :) opens up its potential some, also probably potential for problems too
firemonkeyballzdaymn have 499,000kb free
no way im going to go over on my swp
intelikeywhat's that supposed to mean ?
firemonkeyballzonly using about 300mb of ram
intelikeyi doubt that you are using that much. you could be but prolly not.
bobbydhi
geniiWasn't there some plan to separate out out the kdm with something like kdmenu or something? I have some vague recollection
bobbydhow can I configure the multimedia keys on my keyboard to trigger specific commands? The keys are working, I want to do something like "xmms --fwd" when I press the "next" key.
intelikeyhttp://pastebin.ca/388868 firemonkeyballz
bobbyd in kde khotkeys
geniiintelikey Useful script btw
intelikeybobbyd at the console level it's a little more indepth
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Forgeintelikey do you know if theres a way to allow kde to work like say MacOS with one mouse button?
bobbydintelikey: I tried to run khotkeys, but it didn't seem to work
Forge(and possibly a control click or something for rightclick?)
bobbydintelikey: where will it be in the KDE menu?
intelikeyForge i think you could set that up in kcontrol but i have never tried
Forgekewl just wondering thats all... someone asked in #KDE a while back
intelikeybobbyd system setting i think ask genii i think he is running kde
genii i called it "mem" mem
Mem usage: 21/249 MB (8%)
ForgeAusthat was an old DOS command
mem
doesn't work for me
bobbydok, I'm in "system settings->keyboard & mouse" but I can't see how to do it in there...
geniibobbyd Right now on a Windoze box so unfortunately cannot quickly look it up for you :(
ForgeAus(in konsole anyway)
bobbydgenii: ok, it's no problem, I'm probably just being stupid, it's not obvious to me :)

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