Upgrade 14.10 to 15.04: some problems encountered

Valter Mura valtermura at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 19:08:20 UTC 2015

Il 19/08/2015 07:28, O. Sinclair ha scritto:
> On 19/08/2015 06:37, Mark Fraser wrote:
>> On 17 Aug 2015 17:35, "O. Sinclair" <o.sinclair at gmail.com
>> <mailto:o.sinclair at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> On 17/08/2015 17:37, Mark Fraser wrote:
>>>> On Monday 17 Aug 2015 12:49:38 Valter Mura wrote:
>>>>> Hi All
>>>>> I finally decided to upgrade to 15.04. It went well, but I'm
>>>>> experiencing some problems:
>>>>> - when I login, I need to digit my password, even if I checked the box
>>>>> "Automatic Login" in the System Setting/User management
>>>> IIRC, you need to change the preferences on the log in screen to get
>>>> automatic login.
>>>>> - HPLIP software cannot reside in the system tray, because it
>> states "no
>>>>> tray available". HPLIP opens regularly from the KDE menu
>>>> I'm still getting this even though I've installed sni-qt as advised.
>>>>> - if system turns off monitor (after some idle time), it isn't able to
>>>>> turn on again the monitor, it remain blank: I disabled this command to
>>>>> avoid this (hope temporarily) problem
>>>>> Does anyone have some hints for them?
>>>>> A note on Plasma 5: responsive, quick, elegant, modern and clean. Go
>>>>> ahead in this way, I like it very much!
>>>> Still only using it on my laptop as there are things that haven't been
>>>> ported or look ugly - like the Choqok icon.
>>> I said sni-qt was for Skype and some other applications. For gtk there
>>> is something else needed. I think it is called libapp-indicator1 and
>>> libapp-indicator3.1
>>> as for the login thing I see no way of changing that at login screen?
>>> How would that be possible when you first have to give password?
>> My mistake, it is in System settings -> Start up and shut down. Goto the
>> advanced tab and there should be an auto login option.
> It is there (the login thing) but changing it does nothing
I tried to change it and it worked! Thanks Mark!

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