As you can see, when you ask vague questions, you'll generally get vague or useless answers in return.
For better results, you really should provide the following:
- What you have
Your distribution, desktop, hardware, configuration, changes you've made recently... anything about your setup that could be relevant.
- What you want
Detail exactly what you are trying to accomplish. Be specific. Explain your problem in detail and what you expect from a solution. Start from the beginning.
- What you did
What have you tried already? What did you do, in detail? What exact commands have you used? Have you tried searching the web or the archives yet?
- What you got
What are the results of the things you tried? What error messages did you get? What other effects or outputs were there?
In short, give us details about everything. Don't assume we will know what you are talking about. We aren't psychic, after all! (Well, most of us, anyway.
Please read How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
, too. The better you frame the question, the more useful the answers will be.