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How to enable automatic logins in CentOS 6 and GNOME

I was researching auto login options for CentOS today. I thought those would come in handy when GNOME is used as a standard desktop, so that the computer starts straight into the desktop environment without the need to provide a password. It’s also a handy feature to have if the machine lives in another room … Read more

How to enable Touchpad Taps as Mouse Clicks on your NC10 in CentOS

The NC10’s integrated Synaptics Touch Pad works out of the box in CentOS 6, both under GNOME and KDE. No drivers or patches requried. But I remember that when it was running Windows XP I could “tap” the pad instead of clicking the dedicated key (that loud CLACK noise annoys the neighbours). How can we … Read more