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I hope you have come closer to perfection. Never_the_less. Here goes.
I tried to keep some notes but it takes time to take a look at them. So partly,this is a winger(besides it
is my weekly happy hour). First, let me say , a vegitarian may be a poor hunter but probably he/she is
after a much different game. And also . I hope Semper Fi is short for : I will be faithful to the concepts
of Liberty and Justice.
Got my mouse scroll wheel working. Just uncomment the following line in /etc/X11/xorg.conf:
Option: "Protocol" "Auto"
As for the network card, it's still coming up dead on some bootups, but I discovered that it probably is a firmware issue. In my BIOS POST logs, there are regular occurrences of an NIC Failure. Will have to hunt around for firmware. It was suggested to me that power management might have something to do with it, but I didn't notice any...
Yes, Debian's back on my laptop. But "lenny" this time. I've decided to have two contrasting stable distros: Slack 12.2 and "lenny", and I've got room for two more, which will be more cutting-edge, unstable, "Oh ****, what's happened now!?", types. I was thinking of, maybe, Arch and Fedora? Not sure yet.