I am new to Garuda ( that I love) and new to this forum.
Though I used a lot of forum along the years.
I was curious to learn about the logic to Auto-Close topic that didn't received any reply for 2 days ?
I recently opened a thread and wanted to give some feedback 3 days later and could not.
do you think it's possible 3 month later, or even longer, someone could register the forum and bring usefull comments to a thread ?
you probably already know but I think, closing discussion too fast could help to create " duplication of topics" as comments on existing topics are not allowed if they were not very active.
Continue the good work !
JF, MTL, Canada
Only topics which you mark as 'solved' like your topic:
Any ideas / advices how I could make the fan run less using Garuda KDE ?
If I install Garuda XFCE, I do not experience this problem, but with KDE (dragon), the fan of my Yoga laptop is always working more, noisy....
Solved topic will be locked / archived after 2 days of inactivity.
I also had a little discussion about that see:
No you got me totally wrong, I suppose.
So I had an issue and supposedly fixed it. So I marked my own reply as a solution.
So far so good.
Now after X time I had the same issue again and noticed that YOU told me that my solution is only partly correct.
With the current discourse (forum) settings / restrictions I as a user have three options when this happens. (or do I miss something?)
I write a new reply with the new solution and mark the response as solution
contra is, that t…
If you know how the forum works you can prevent this.
So that people do not keep on asking on the same topic, that was already solved months ago.
Nope, because it is rarely "useful". Most of the time, people ask on the same thread (though discourse showing similar thread is to blame
Maybe we may consider changing it to a week instead of 2 days.
Actually it was not a problem earlier, when we had few traffic and few people to continue old thread. But now, it is a bit difficult to keep the forums "clean" and even more irritating when people continue months old discussion, with an altogether different issue.
Btw, here is a very recent example for you,
I am kinda new to Garuda Linux. I used Linux before but never used the Auto Login option during the installation. This is the first time doing that. My question now is, if it is possible to change that option later while using Linux if I don’t like the auto login thing?
I thank everyone for answers!
Stay safe and have a nice day/night!
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