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    Default After upgrade issues-opensuse11.1

    Morning,
    I cannot find the applet used to change certain settings, such as mouse controls, (left/right handed), screen saver settings,
    I am also experiencing issues with the sound, such as one boot being there, next boot not being there.
    It also seems to keep dumping the config for my dial-up connection.
    Hardware:
    IBM T60P, model 8741c2u

    Thanks for any assistance you can offer!!

    Tony ...

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    Default Re: After upgrade issues-opensuse11.1

    I should also have mentioned that I am using the KDE 3.x desktop, not 4.x..

    Tony ...

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    Default Re: After upgrade issues-opensuse11.1

    Quote Originally Posted by apstroth View Post
    Morning,
    I cannot find the applet used to change certain settings, such as mouse controls, (left/right handed), screen saver settings,
    I am also experiencing issues with the sound, such as one boot being there, next boot not being there.
    It also seems to keep dumping the config for my dial-up connection.
    Hardware:
    IBM T60P, model 8741c2u

    Thanks for any assistance you can offer!!

    Tony ...
    Control Center is the main place - also right click desktop to configure desktop settings for screen saver.

    or Yast Hardware has mouse settings I think

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    Default Re: After upgrade issues-opensuse11.1

    Quote Originally Posted by apstroth View Post
    I am also experiencing issues with the sound, such as one boot being there, next boot not being there.
    Try not to confuse a "desktop system sound" issue with a general sound issue. Whether one's boot sound works or not works is not a good critieria for determining if one's general sound works. Its far better to use the sound tests in the troubleshoot guide url provided by caf4926.

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