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1answer
50 views

How to control network bandwidth using Linux [closed]

Currently my Internet is really slow. But I want to allocate all resources to a browser that is loading a movie. How do I do that?
3
votes
1answer
180 views

Saving terminal windows in mint

How can I save all the terminal tabs(with each current pwd in each tab) and terminal window positions.
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0answers
334 views

GConf-WARNING **: Client failed to connect to the D-BUS daemon: Unable to autolaunch when setuid

I am encountering a strange error whenever I run certain commands, for example, sudo apt-get install ______ and I receive the following error: (process:28847): GConf-WARNING **: Client failed to ...
3
votes
1answer
311 views

python3 traceback error

Whenever I mistype any command in terminal instead of getting Error:Command not found I get this python message error Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python3.3/site.py", line ...
8
votes
2answers
6k views

Connect to a Bluetooth device via Terminal

I'm using Mint 15 w/ cinammon. I bought a set of bluetooth speakers and i'm tring to connect to them via terminal. Via GUI i can see them normally and i am connected to them. I want to make a small ...
0
votes
1answer
441 views

Linux Mint XFCE, command to launch menu

What is the command that launches the whisker menu in the Linux Mint xfce edition. For another distribution that used xfce it was xfce4-popup-whisker menu but that doesn't seem to work. I would like ...
2
votes
1answer
231 views

What's those underscore commands?

When I tab tab _ in terminal, Bash suggests 206 posibilities. I tried to run one of them _git_rm but nothing happend, what are they? Here is a screenshot:
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0answers
99 views

touchpad scrolling lost when switching between physical and virtual tty

I have setup touchpad scrolling by running the following script in .xsession $ cat ~/bin/enablescrolling # enable two finger scroll synclient VertTwoFingerScroll=1 synclient HorizTwoFingerScroll=1 ...
1
vote
2answers
662 views

ALT+F2 doesnt work in Linux Mint Mate

I am trying to install Sublime Text 2 on Linux MINT (Mate) from this tutorial. http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/907 and I'm stuck on: Next , to create a menu icon press Alt+F2 and type: ...
0
votes
0answers
2k views

I can't open the terminal in Cinnamon

I have Linux Mint 13 with Cinnamon installed, but I can't open a terminal using right click nor using CtlrAltt this is just an issue with Cinnamon, why is that happening? Update I tried to solve the ...
2
votes
1answer
6k views

How do I get Ctrl + Alt + t to launch ther terminal in Linux Mint 13 MATE?

Pressing Ctrl + Alt + t seems to do nothing on my Linux Mint 13 MATE. How can I set this shortcut to launch a terminal window? As a detail, it seems the terminal is mate-terminal rather than ...
2
votes
2answers
257 views

How do I get rid of the small nub in the bottom right corner of my terminal?

I'm setting up XMonad within Linux Mint, and I've been able to remove the menubar and the scrollbar from my terminal windows, but I can't get rid of the small resizing nub in the bottom right corner. ...
4
votes
1answer
449 views

gnome-open replaced by sublime?

Update: It seems that it has been automatically fixed, however the same applies whenever I try to sudo gnome-open or gksu gnome-open Well, this is a really weird one. I'm currently running Mint 13 ...
1
vote
1answer
774 views

Terminal resizes itself

I've recently installed Linux Mint 12 ("Lisa", i.e. not the KDE or Debian version) on a Zotac Mini-PC (Which has an AMD Video card. I'm not using the proprietary drivers as they don't work very ...
0
votes
1answer
1k views

Linux mint 12: change default editor and terminal

I have the sublime text editor located in usr/bin. How can I make it the default editor so I can do sublime /var/www/test.php? And can I change the default terminal to yakuake?
2
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2answers
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How to change the colour of embedded terminal in linux mint 12 to be able to use `ls` and `byobu`?

I'm using Linux Mint 12 and am having problems with the embedded terminal in gedit. Using the default themes I'm unable to use 'ls' and 'byobu' as in part of their output foreground and background ...