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by crichey
2011/12/23 02:55:27
Forum: CentOS 6 - Software Support
Topic: irritating sticky scroll Firefox? Gnome?
Replies: 3
Views: 523

Re: irritating sticky scroll Firefox? Gnome?

Additional info: it's Gnome. I opened a kde session, and the behavior is gone.
by crichey
2011/12/23 01:50:15
Forum: CentOS 6 - Software Support
Topic: irritating sticky scroll Firefox? Gnome?
Replies: 3
Views: 523

irritating sticky scroll Firefox? Gnome?

I'm running CentOS 6.1 (upgraded from 6.0) 32 bit. I don't know whether this behavior is a Firefox or Gnome or ??? problem. I haven't run a Gnome-based system in a long time. The problem does not occur on my other (KDE4) system. When clicking in the scrollbars on a firefox page or on the up/down arr...
by crichey
2011/12/20 01:49:20
Forum: CentOS 6 - Hardware Support
Topic: [SOLVED] diplay (nVidia) corrupted after 6.1 upgrade
Replies: 5
Views: 1193

Re: diplay (nVidia) corrupted after 6.1 upgrade

Success. worked like a charm.

Thanks for the prompt response

Next question: What is the procedure for upgrading the nvidia-kmod when a new kernel appears?
by crichey
2011/12/18 15:23:08
Forum: CentOS 6 - Hardware Support
Topic: [SOLVED] diplay (nVidia) corrupted after 6.1 upgrade
Replies: 5
Views: 1193

[SOLVED] diplay (nVidia) corrupted after 6.1 upgrade

I installed CentOS 6.0 from a LiveCD. Display was working normally. After upgrading all packages (now at 6.1 level), the display is corrupt and unreadable after X starts. Only able to CTL-Fn and shutdown the system. My PC contains a nVidia GeForce 6150SE nForce 430. The original kernel from the 6.0 ...
by crichey
2005/03/31 03:07:45
Forum: CentOS 4 - Software Support
Topic: set new window manager as default using switchdesk?
Replies: 3
Views: 1022

set new window manager as default using switchdesk?

I'm not familiar with switchdesk, but the way to set a new default via gdm is as follows: 1. In the file /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf, the default values prevent you from setting a default (pretty lame in my opinion). Change the following item and the restart gmd (ctl-alt-bkspc will do it). ShowLastSession...
by crichey
2005/03/07 00:39:13
Forum: CentOS 4 - General Support
Topic: Dual OS?
Replies: 3
Views: 786

Dual OS?

The CentOS installer will allow you to install to your available 2nd partition on the 2nd drive with no problem; none of the other partitions will be touched. Hint: you may need to delete and redefine the second partition, since Linux needs a swap partition (1G or less) in addition to the root parti...

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