Re: [kde-linux] Shutdown on KDE+ terminal : questions
- Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 09:23:00 +0300
- From: Andy Johnson <johnsonzjo@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde-linux] Shutdown on KDE+ terminal : questions
Thanks a lot for your detailed answer!
Regarding gnome terminal starting minimized:
I tried Using Minimized (both with Apply Initially and force) and it did not
But inspired by this direction,
I tried Minimum Size , Force, 800,400
and the result is ok for me.
For shutdown, I applied what you suggested but I did not tested
On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 5:48 PM, Andy Johnson <johnsonzjo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am a newbie on KDE. I just ran away from Gnome when upgrading
> to Fedora 18 after some issues which are probably related to the
> desktop manager.
> I have 2 issues - I hope you might advice:
> 1) I found out the when I click the power down button, there is a counter
> of a minute or so untill it really shuts down.
> Is there a way to change it that it will occur immediately ?
> (of course I know that I can run "shutdown -h now'" from a terminal,
> but I want to shutdown from the desktop, preferably with what I
> already have.
> 2) When I run the terminal (it is gnome terminal ) it starts miminized.
> I tried changing the defaults but it did not help
> Any ideas?
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