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Alternatives to Symphony OS Orchestra Application Environment

I just read that Symphony OS has an wonderful concept, called Orchestra, where applications (can be even written HTML + JAVAscript) can be ran via a reduced localhost server and a leaned down mozilla ...
3
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1answer
59 views

How to create GUIs (such as menuconfig) with lxdialog

I try to generate a menuconfig by my own with the help of lxdialog (source: lxdialog). Unfortunately this is not so well documented as I wished for. Example: So what I did: I included these files ...
3
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3answers
238 views

Changing user password through GUI app

I was making a GUI application to manage users and groups in Linux! I'm done with the part where it creates a new user, but stuck with the part where it gives the newly created user a new password. ...
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3answers
91 views

How to do a remote login in linux?

I am rather new to linux and have a CentOS box to play with. I am quite comfortable with the command line, but one thing that bugs me is that unless, someone is logged in to the GUI and has vnc ...
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1answer
448 views

VNC Server without X Window System

Will a VNC server work without X Server installed? I know vnc works with X Server, but what about without it?
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0answers
72 views

How Linux is implementing case sensitivity and what are its benefits over windows [duplicate]

Please do not mark it as duplicate ... I already read this post I am asking this question here because due to migration from Windows to Linux, I am facing multiple functionalities break. Linux is ...
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FEDORA 12 freezed at login screen

I have Fedora 12 OS in my 32 bit Intel pentium D computer, 1GB RAM, inbuilt Intel corporation 82945G/GZ graphics. Till yesterday it was working fine.. When I started this morning my system is frozen ...
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1answer
54 views

Tips on switching to Linux? [closed]

I plan to switch to Linux as my sole OS in a few weeks/months, and I'm not sure what I'd like to do. I've used CentOS Server, but only in CLI mode, and Ubuntu Desktop. I liked Ubuntu, but Unity was ...
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2answers
68 views

Why programs often fail to run when started by `daemon`?

I do daemon -f -i ./some_gui_program - it starts. I do daemon -i ./some_gui_program - nothing visible happens. Why I can't start GUI programs detached on Linux this way? What's the use of daemon's ...
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2answers
240 views

GUI library or Window Manager using HTML [closed]

Ok... You want some clarity? Being a programmer this sort of question always has conditionals. Are there any DE's or (more generally) DE backends that support building (scripting) or rather modding ...
3
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1answer
58 views

`login` from X session

I seem to remember it used to be possible to login via a GUI terminal. This was useful if (e.g.) you added yourself to a new group and want to use those privileges without stopping X to log in ...
3
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1answer
281 views

Replacing LXDE with XFCE, startx issues

Apologies if this seems straight forward but I've recently downloaded XFCE to replace LXDE environment on my raspberry pi running raspbian. I did this by using sudo apt-get install xfce4 and ...
2
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1answer
480 views

What is the easiest way to draw graphics on Linux framebuffer?

I have some embedded Linux ARM chip with LCD display on frame-buffer. I connect to chip with serial console. I can access frame-buffer directly with low-level commands. However I need to draw some ...
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1answer
321 views

How to create a GUI in shell script without any third party libs just like setup command [closed]

How to create a GUI in shell script without any third party libs (like setup command)
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2answers
3k views

Debugging iptables using live packet views

Are there any CLI or GUI functions that I can use to monitor hits to iptables and watch as packets interact with iptables?
2
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1answer
574 views

Gnome + Linux: GUI apps don't inherit PATH from parent console apps

In Gnome, don't GUI applications inherit the PATH of the shell process that launches them? Apparently, GUI applications see only the PATH specified in ~/.profile. No issues with console applications, ...
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0answers
139 views

How can i change the color in the panel when a program needs attention?

I'm running Linux Mint 14. I want to change the color in the panel when a program requires your attention (like when you receive a chat message). Not the color of the entire panel, but only the box ...
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2answers
538 views

UI toolkit + programming language to develop linux applications [closed]

Suggest good GUI designer tool with programming language for linux based application. For a developer who knows winform and C#. Don't want to use mono on linux to run .net application on linux. I ...
7
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2answers
580 views

Are SUSE servers intended to be used graphically?

After being a long-time Debian Linux user, I decided to give SUSE a try. One of the major selling points of SUSE is the YaST configuration system. It provides a set of wizards for common configuration ...
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2answers
3k views

SVN server with remote GUI administration

I have 2 Linux servers. One is Centos 5.5 another is Centos 6. I want to install SVN server on both server separately. Can anyone tell me which svn server has a good remote administration GUI. Also ...
2
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2answers
432 views

Where to find and how to install Ubuntu GUI themes?

I tried Ubuntu several times, but I didn't stay with it for very long. One reason was I felt the interface was boring. Today I saw some nice themes here: the #6 in ...
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3answers
3k views

Is there any (good) SQLite GUI for Linux?

I'm looking for a SQLite graphical administration utility for Linux but I can't seem to find any (I found an extension for Firefox I'm not a user of that browser). Is there any that you know of?
4
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1answer
399 views

Any tool for inspecting GTK3 elements?

gtkparasite is great for GTK2, but unfortunatelly it can't do GTK3 applications. Is there any alternative?
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3answers
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AUR and pacman GUI frontend for Arch

Do you know any good GUI for pacman and arch? Where I could view packages installed and possible to install? And of course do anything as in pacman.
2
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1answer
95 views

application to see the cpu architecture in a figure

I remember there was an application that showed, in the console, or in a simple picture, the memory architecture of the system: what caches were shared by which processors, etc. but I can't remember ...
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3answers
350 views

Prompt user on Linux security denial

Is it possible to make a Linux security module (eg. AppArmor, SELinux etc.) prompt the user, when an application wants to access classified files or folders (digital signatures, SSH keys, credit card ...
2
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1answer
137 views

Making applications persist when closed (like on Mac OS X) on Linux

Once an application is first launched in OS X from the dock, it stays open in the background, even after you close all open windows for that application. For example, if I open Google Chrome from the ...
9
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7answers
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How do I work with GUI tools over a remote server?

I have an Ubuntu server running on EC2 (which I didn't install myself, just picked up an AMI). So far I'm using putty to work with it, but I am wondering how to work on it with GUI tools (I'm not ...
2
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1answer
1k views

Customized XDM-based login screen

I am in the process of creating a lightweight yet full-featured Linux disto and don't want to include a whole bunch of unnecessary or bloated software. It is supposed to run off a USB flash drive. I ...
2
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1answer
1k views

Fedora GUI package installer takes very long (>15min) to start

I tried to use Linux GUI for Fedora but I did not find it intuitive than that of windows. Whenever I tried installing any software using rpm file by double clicking file, many times it stuck and ...
5
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5answers
543 views

linux x.org alternative

We have so many options for window managers, shells, desktop environments, distros, and kernel architectures under Linux, but why after (maybe) 20 years do we only have X.org server (including its ...