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What I would do, and have done on my in-laws computer, is to open the "Workspace Switcher Preferences" (most easily accessible via the workspace switcher on the panel, before you remove it) and set the "Number of workspaces" to 0. I don't recall whether this removes the "Move to Right" options etc., but it at least makes them useless. This is good enough ...


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It seems like a bug. You can try to follow similar steps which describes how to remove Gnome: here. The solution can be to remove the base meta package instead of the group: yum remove @cinnamon-desktop


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Found the permanent way after a long night up with lots of half baked solutions. # backup your symbols file sudo cp /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/us{,.distribution} Add the following line in the xkb_symbols "basic" { section. do not worry if that second line is not there, it is only there for some languages and was not there for us on my system. ... ...


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I'm running 17.1 and the Edge Flip choice has been moved to the 'Window Tiling and Edge Flip' section of system settings, under the Preferences category. It's a checkbox titled 'Enable Edge Flip'.


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It could be because of the files in /usr/share/xsessions. Try moving cinnamon2d.desktop. I had this problem too but after messing around, it was solved.


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Ok, I think that what you want is a script for downloading a specified gist without the need to use your web browser. Something like this: #!/bin/sh # gist-dl.sh: download a Github gist from a specified link to either a # standard output (when no second argument passed) or to a # specified file (with second argument passed). The ...


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The command line tool top will show you a list of processes and their cumulative cpu consumption. You can change the sort column with < and >. read man top for more options. Some things that run intermittently from cron (like apt-get update) won't show in top while they are not running.



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