Am 03.06.2011 19:17, schrieb Paul Hands:
I think this is a compound problem.....there are multiple issues.
1. KDE doesn't store most of the X settings, as pointed out by others,
so KDE tweaking is unlikely to help.
2. The fact that you can't use Gnome either confirms that it's not a KDE
problem, it's an X problem (and this list is really just for KDE).
aehm, actually that list is (or was) for xorg, and what ever KDE and GNOME
breaks may affect other components also.
3. That you need to play with ACPI settings tells me
that this problem
is at a deeper level than the X system and WMs - kernels and drivers
have come a long way since 11.2, but we don't know which kernel you have
I consider that a bug in the i915 driver it needs button.ko and some
acpi specific stuff. i do not think that the cases are related.
4. I recommend a clean install: as you have /home in
partition, there is little risk.
yea, but i would like to understand where the problem is. the update should
have installed the latest drivers and the kernel is new too.
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