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That key/schema was removed in gnome-shell ≥ 3.10 so the solutions you found on the internet no longer work. Ray Strode, gnome dev1: I've had a couple of people ask me if there's a way to do this in gnome-shell 3.10 and later and I haven't had a good answer. It's complicated by the fact that g-s-d now handles starting things and the ...
As the error message states, your filesystem is mounted read-only. If you are using kernel NTFS driver, it does not mount filesystem read/write, as that is considered unsafe. Your best bet is to use ntfs-3g, which IIRC, does read/write mount by default and is considered safe for writing.
It seems that you haven't loaded the kernel module "vboxdrv". Use 'modprobe' to load the module and then try. In case if something goes wrong try installing again the required packages. There is a pretty good documentation on arch linux.
Yes, there is a new mirror for it now. You need to add this to your pacman config: [haskell-core] Server = http://orbitalfox.com/haskell/core/$arch Information about the mirrors here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ArchHaskell#Available_repositories Also consider changing the download command use to curl or wget, as they are more persistent at ...
Based on don_crissti answer, I have created a bash script for automating this task. Here is the script: #!/bin/bash if [ -z $1 ]; then echo "usage: screencast <outfile>" exit 1 fi fname=$1 audio=$(pacmd list-sources | sed -n 's/\s*name: <\(.*\.monitor\)>/\1/p') pacmd set-default-source "$audio" echo "Screencast started, to stop it ...
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