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Yes, as described in the first post, I found fixes or workarounds for most issues. It is not ideal, but it works. And you only have to set it up once, unless you plan to reinstall frequently.
The first issue was related to swap being encrypted. See here for a solution: https://forum.mxlinux.org/viewtopic.php?f=94&t=47931&p=480394#p480394. The second issue is a UI one (i.e. it is not available as an option in Xfce). The following command, however, does work: pm-suspend-hybrid . One could ...
- Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:47 am
- Forum: MX Help
- Topic: Monitor configuration not remembered
- Replies: 8
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This is a bug in Xfce. One can write a script that calls xrandr to set up the screen arrangement and then bind this to a keyboard shortcut. For example, the following script will check if a second monitor is connected on the output "DP1-2" (which is a monitor connected to a docking station on a Dell...
- Thu Jan 17, 2019 5:50 am
- Forum: MX Help
- Topic: Dell XPS 15 9560: Inverting touchpad scroll direction only inverts vertical direction
- Replies: 3
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The fix I posted above does not work in all windows (sometimes it does not work in a terminal for instance). It seems better to leave the Xfce inverted scroll setting alone and just set everything up manually with: synclient VertScrollDelta=-46 synclient HorizScrollDelta=-46 To have them run automat...