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In the Unix world with the X Window System (X11)¹, there's no concept of “application”. There are several concepts that overlap but don't match exactly: packages — the name you select in a package manager to install the application. If you don't install it via a package manager, there may not be a formal package name. A package may include multiple ...


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That is possible using xfconf-query (I think it's already installed on your system), but is not going to be convenient (there are a few hundred of properties, so finding the right one to edit wouldn't ever be fast). Official documentation is here.


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Restart the display manager either from terminal or by switching to a different TTY, e.g. CTRL+ALT+5; and then execute: # /etc/init.d/mdm restart For more info and examples/ideas take a look at this Linux Mint forum thread as well as this post on askubuntu.


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Ideally, you should install the gnome meta-package to ensure that you have all of the required packages installed, particularly DBus - I'd highly recommend you do that. Once you've installed the gnome meta package, follow the post-installation instructions in /usr/local/share/doc/pkg-readme for the GNOME version you installed (check the file gnome-{version} ...


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my config is something like this (shortcuts that matter): <keybind key="W"> <action name="Execute"> <command>dmenu_run</command> </action> and the combination: <keybind key="W-Left"> <action name="UnmaximizeFull"/> <action name="MoveResizeTo"> <x>0</x> ...


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Based on the output of yum groupinfo Xfce (see below), you should be able to run: yum install Thunar xfce-utils xfce4-panel xfce4-session xfce4-settings xfconf xfdesktop xfwm4 NetworkManager-gnome Terminal gdm leafpad openssh-askpass orage polkit-gnome thunar-archive-plugin thunar-volman tumbler xfce4-appfinder xfce4-icon-theme xfce4-mixer ...


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Remove everything to do with the Nvidia proprietary drivers. sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia-* Start from scratch. sudo apt-get remove --purge xserver-xorg-video-nouveau xserver-xorg-video-nv Reinstall all the things! sudo apt-get install nvidia-current nvidia-settings sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-nouveau sudo apt-get install --reinstall ...



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