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I have an HP ze2000 laptop and my sound buttons dont work aswell as there is no graphical representation to use to raise and lower my sound, My hibernate has ...
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- 04-25-2006 #1
Sound controls and hibernate are no go's :(
I have an HP ze2000 laptop and my sound buttons dont work aswell as there is no graphical representation to use to raise and lower my sound,
My hibernate has been a problem since day 1 no matter what distro hibernate seems to hang.
- 04-25-2006 #2
- 04-25-2006 #3
alright!!!! thats an awesome tutorial but ive come to a road block....
At "Setting up xmodmap" I have no idea what they are talking about.
- 04-25-2006 #4
Oh, huh, maybe that's not exactly the tutorial I used when I set up my keys. They don't mention how to generate an .xmodmap file.
Well, all you have to do is this:
$ xmodmap -pke > .xmodmap
Once the .xmodmap is ready, you're just about done. You just have to make xmodmap run every time you log in. If you're using KDE, add a one-line script to your ~/.kde/Autostart, that looks something like this:
If you're using Gnome, you could maybe put that script in /etc/gdm/PostLogin, unless Gnome has an easier way to run programs when you log in.