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Apr
24
answered Trackpad and keyboard erratic behaviour on Thinkpad Yoga (15.10)
Apr
12
comment Trackpad and keyboard erratic behaviour on Thinkpad Yoga (15.10)
Thanks for the suggestion, but alas it didn't do anything
Apr
7
asked Wifi keeps dropping out, asking for password (15.10)
Mar
23
asked Trackpad and keyboard erratic behaviour on Thinkpad Yoga (15.10)
Feb
20
answered How to modify Unity windows snapping shotcuts
Feb
9
comment xorg configuration file load order (for synaptics touchpad)
I tried putting my X settings directly in the /usr/share/lib/X11/xorg.conf.d files, and also removing all settings other than the synaptics, and the problem persists, so it looks like its not a load order issue, but something else. I'm going to start another question with those details
Feb
9
asked xorg configuration file load order (for synaptics touchpad)
Feb
8
revised Synaptics Touchpad 2-finger click
can -> can't
Jan
8
asked Synaptics Touchpad 2-finger click
Jan
8
answered Keyboard stopped working on 15.10
Jan
8
revised Keyboard stopped working on 15.10
Removed bit about grub; advanced options contains recovery mode
Jan
7
asked Keyboard stopped working on 15.10
Nov
30
revised Installed Ubuntu onto SD card, booting via UEFI, Grub problems
Added more info after trying to install EFI partition
Nov
30
asked Installed Ubuntu onto SD card, booting via UEFI, Grub problems
Jun
19
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
5
awarded  Scholar
Sep
5
awarded  Supporter
Sep
5
accepted lircd works when run from command line, not when run from init.d/service
Aug
23
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
13
comment lircd works when run from command line, not when run from init.d/service
@Braiam: no; I start the service with sudo. If I didn't, it wouldn't start, as a normal user would lack the permissions. Besides which, I stated in my post that lirc is running as root in both cases. EDIT: to clarify, when I said "the service starts and runs correctly", it starts, and doesn't show any errors, but doesn't produce any useful output to irw