Xubuntu is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and the lightweight XFCE desktop environment. Use this tag only for questions that are Xubuntu specific (installation, hardware compatibility, etc.).

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Disable automount-open in Ubuntu 12.10

How do I do that? In earlier versions I would run dconf-editor in my terminal, browse to org -> gnome -> desktop - media-handling, and uncheck automount-open. This is not working, with Unity and all. ...
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Screwed up the lightdm.conf file, now what?

I screwed up the lightdm.conf file as superuser. What I was trying to do: I tried to insert a command (xbacklight -set 50) that sets my monitor brightness at the lightdm config file. Now when I start ...
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Stuck with kde at login screen?

I installed Xubuntu, I was happy with xfce4 interface but then I decided to try out the other ones, so I installed kde and gnome just so I get to know which one is best for me. Problem is, now when ...
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top / htop; group process by command

I'd like to know how much resource a specific command is using. top and htop displays information on per process basis but I'd like the information to be shown on per command basis. E.g. I'd like to ...
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Linux, disable /dev/fd0 (floppy)

Is it possible to make Linux kernel completely ignore the floppy disk controller? I do not have the drive but obviously my motherboard does contain the controller. I would like to disable the /dev/fd0 ...
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XFCE hangs with hand cursor

I am using Xubuntu 12.04 in a remote environment. Off late, I am observing that sometimes the cursor turns into a hand and stops responding. I cannot do anything to fix it. The only solution seems to ...
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XFCE - Send window to other monitor on keystroke

I am running Xubuntu 11.10 with a dual monitor setup. I am looking to create a keystroke (maybe CTRL + ALT + SPACE which will allow me send a selected window to the next monitor. In GNOME there is a ...
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Chromium browser displays blank screen

Xubuntu 11.10 oneiric armel Asus eee pad slider sl101 nvidia-tegra 2 arm tablet chromium browser 18.0.1025.151 Browsers which work fine are: Midori Epiphany Firefox Opening a link in ...
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xkb: `ctrl:swapcaps` option messes with the escape key

I've been using setxkbmap -option "ctrl:swapcaps" to swap the capslock and left control keys, but I just recently noticed that this seems to mess up my escape key. With xev, I can see that pressing ...
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gcc can't link to pthread?

I have recently installed XUbuntu 11.10 64bit, but I am having problem compiling the most simple pthread example. Here is the code pthread_simple.c: #include <stdio.h> #include ...
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Update manager updated without prompting for a password

As far as I'm aware, I'm supposed to be prompted for a password before anything installs, but just now, I told update manager to install updates, and it proceeded to installing them without prompting ...
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How do I run a script on unlock?

I'd like to run a screen if the XFCE session is locked and unlocked. Is there a way that I can intercept this and perform certain actions when the desktop is locked or unlocked? I see that it is ...
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stop Xserver in Xubuntu 11

I want to shutdown my X to be able to install proprietary NVidia driver, but I couldn't find out how. There are some suggestions that didn't work for me. I neither have /etc/init.d/gdm nor ...
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Xubuntu and gtk apps problem

After upgrade from Ubuntu 11.04 to Ubuntu 11.10 I got disappointed with "Unity". I wanted my old-style Gnome 2 back. That's why i purged "Unity" and installed Xfce4. But, now i have a problem: All my ...
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Where are NetworkManager's WiFi settings stored?

I remember the days of playing with /etc/$WE/wpa_supplicant.conf to try and force a semi-secure network on a debian based system, but now on to xubuntu, I haven't needed to do any *.conf-ing in a ...
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Randomly logging out

My Xubuntu 10.04 system logs me out seemingly at random. How can I diagnose why this is happening and correct it?