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Under Freedesktop-compliant desktop environments, including Cinnamon, Gnome, KDE, Xfce, etc., the desktop shows the content of the directory ~/Desktop by default. This location can be changed by editing the file ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs and changing the XDG_DESKTOP_DIR setting. Other settings in this file include the downloads directory (XDG_DOWNLOAD_DIR), ...


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Actually this function has deliberately been omitted from elementaryOS. This was a specific design choice. But you can at least enable My Computer or Trash bin. With Pantheon (the default file manager in Luna) you can’t bring files or folders onto the desktop. But in Nautilus, it’s possible. Run "sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tools" and install it. ...


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I'm running Backintime with a NAS DS414 with DSM 5. It requires one little modification on the NAS and a good configuration. To my surprise updates remove my modification. So, keep it in mind when you perform an update. If you want to backup your data on a share named backups located on volume1. You should create a new share named volume1 located on ...


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After playing with killing the various cinnamon- processes and their children, you find that killing nemo -n and restarting it will do the trick of positioning the file after a gvfs-set-attribute. Killing nemo -n restarts all of it subprocesses as well, which is not so nice. It suffice however to temporarily move the file from the Desktop to a temp ...



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