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Here is how it can be done In Cinnamon Open system settings Choose Keyboard Choose Keyboard Shortcuts Choose Custom Shortcuts Choose Add Custom Shortcut Enter name as "Printer off and Sleep" Enter comand as gnome-terminal -x bash -c "curl http://192.168.1.50/?s2-1off; echo password | sudo -S pm-suspend" Press Add. Double click a keyboard binding to ...


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I am using Linux Mint Cinnamon 17.2, Rafaela. I have my own keyboard shortcut assigned for the shutdown menu. The keyboard shortcut works perfectly fine on this version. It is the same command as the other answer. The man page for cinnamon-session-quit also has some other options such as --logout for the logout menu. cinnamon-session-quit --power-off


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I experienced similar behavior with Linux Mint 17.1. Icons were changed when I switched to NVIDIA card. I've found a solution here: Icons, controls themes don't work after clean install The solution is to remove ~/.config/monitors.xml file. I assume, that the problem is connected with using an external monitor. Not sure if this workaround work with ...


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It looks like you might be missing some packages. I don't use Ubuntu but I'm pretty sure the package you wanted to install was cinnamon-desktop and not cinnamon. The latter does not seem to contain all the necessary bits. Try installing the missing packages and restarting Cinnamon: sudo apt-get install cinnamon-desktop-environment The ...


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In Cinnamon 2.6.2 you can have additional panels in any monitor without installing additional software. Just right-click the panel, click on Modify panel ... and then on Add panel. The top and bottom edges of all monitors should get highlighted and a new panel will be set up where you click. It works perfectly. Here is a github post from when it was merged. ...


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What I ended up doing was going into the Windows settings and changing the "Special key to move and resize windows" to Super (the windows button) instead of Alt.


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I am using Cinnamon on Linux Mint 17.1. In my Gnome Terminal this works Ctrl+Shift+U then A, E, Space. (Enter works as well) to get the Registered symbol ® ( <- and firefox works as well), for which the unicode hex value is AE. I don't recall ever enabling this, so it looks like there is something missing on your setup.



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