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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2012 6:13 pm 
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my wireless (that I'm have trouble with):
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01:00.0 Ethernet controller [0200]: Broadcom Corporation NetLink BCM57785 Gigabit Ethernet PCIe [14e4:16b5] (rev 10)

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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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Wireless is ok (I can post).

A few remarks
1) if some people have touchpad problem on recent laptop (like dell e 6{234}30), no vertical scrolling facility with
synclient) I follow https://github.com/emmanuelthome/psmouse-alps on archbang and it works.
When I have time I do the same on mother.

2) the key Fn+lower/higher britness does not work ?

3) I find that boot is not so fast even if systemd is used (if I compare to archbang for example),
perhaps it is due to the number of services launched.

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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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2) the acer trick on this forum does not work (it is normal since without this option it works under another disrib)

3) is ok, It is my fault. I do not need dhcp in /e/n/interfaces


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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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^ Did you get wireless to work on your acer?

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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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btw... for us GUI/synaptic users
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sudo apt-get install apt-xapian-index
sudo update-apt-xapian-index -vf

to enable the search box in synaptic.

Edit: and xarchiver so Thunar can "Extract here"
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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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mother = systemd i guess? because in that case: try booting in verbose mode (type 'e' at GRUB screen and change 'quiet' to 'verbose' in the kernel line) and see what is causing the slowdown. probably dhcpdiscover not finding your wireless or something. or something else. otherwise, in a terminal try 'systemd-analyze blame' to see what processes take longest to start.

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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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Hello

Thanks for your help. In fact as I wrote in a post, the boot speed is ok after removing dhcp in /e/n/interfaces.

I do not have an acer but dell e6330. Wireless is ok. However the module brcmsmac is not automatically loaded with systemd
even if I added brcmsmac in /e/modules-load.d (without it is).

The Fn Up/Down key to modify screen brightness is kernel dependent ! With 3.6.9, 3.6.10 it is ok but with 3.7.1 not.
But with/without systemd and under a kernel 3.6.9 the led (wireless up or wireless down) is always off.

As another people I have more important things to do now.

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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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Hello o.g.

viewtopic.php?f=6&t=104
http://linuxbbq.org/wiki/index.php?titl ... tness_Acer

Merry Xmas

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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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Hello

Some news about dell e6330

speed booting : ok

wireless : everything is fine (in fact I had a brcmsmac blacklist so that it was
not automatic, apt-get purge helped me)

brightness screen : the acer tricks does not work and it depends on the kernel
3.7.1 no, 3.6.9 : yes. But even if it works I do not have osd notification

wireless led control : nothing. I tested also semplice and siduction : the same.
But with Archbang I have wireless led control. So module option, kernel option compilation ?

about osd notification : because I use fr_UTF8 some messages have accented character
but osd-notification shows strange character in place. I think it considers as latin1.
It is not important because I installed xfce-notification.

Cheers
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 Post subject: Re: Mother Release News
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Hi o.g., thank you for your feedback, much appreciated!

Happy New Year!

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can not remember if i got around to this one, so will give bloat a chance:)

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