FINALLY got a distro working. Small issues, bluetooth kbd/mouse, audigy, HP
I've FINALLY got Kubuntu working well, so I would like to look into the other little issues now.
1) Bluetooth. I have an MX5000 Keyboard and MX1000 mouse running the bluetooth receiver in HCI mode
Is there a way to make the media buttons on my keyboard work?
I've already gotten the back and forward buttons on my mouse working. Is there a way to make the scroll left and right work? How about the auto scroll (cruse)? How about the task switcher button?
When I tried Ubuntu I kept getting obex server errors. I would like to know why even though I got frustrated with Gnome and switched to Kubuntu.
2) HP OfficeJet 7310. I've got HP LIP working well and it will print and all. What I'm looking for, and I think I've asked about this before, is an application like FinePrint where I can easily enable the duplexer and see, order and delete pages in a "print preview" sort of view. Along with allowing me to print two, three, four pages on one, folding books..etc.
3) I have a Creative Labs Audigy 2 Platinum ZS. Is there any way to get it's features working? It has THX and Dolby, and all sorts of them. I would like to have them if I can. However the two features that I need to use are these:
---------------Equalizer: I miss having a system wide equalizer
---------------"What you hear": In windows the drivers came with a what you hear feature. Where I could plug something into line in and hear it. I plug my FM radio, XM, tape player, record player..etc though my sound card. Basically I want my line in port "active" all the time. Or I can create a script to activate it when I want to listen.
In ubuntu I could set it up so I could log in automatically on system boot. How do I do that in Kubuntu?
Ubuntu also had much nicer gui fading effects. I would like them in kubuntu whenaver my password is asked for or the shutdown dialog is open. This is more vain and stupid, but fun.