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You've accidentally removed NetworkManager during the uninstall of GNOME Desktop. Reinstall it with: sudo yum install NetworkManager and restart the Network Manager service: sudo systemctl start NetworkManager.service Check that you are connected with: nmcli d which will hopefully show something similar to: DEVICE TYPE STATE ...
Unfortunately, this isn't a solution, but this information might be of help to you. I think, your problem is that gnome-terminal and eog are attempting to connect to an at-spi D-bus instance socket, which is mis-configured. How D-bus works in general: Start-up There are 2 instances of casual D-bus, running on your machine, per-system and per-user, and a ...
killall may be you friend here. You can kill all processes by name, there are also options for older-than. e.g. killall -I --older-than=1d nautilus to kill all nautilus older than 1 day.
Okay, so I managed to solve it - maybe it's not the most elegant way but it works and it's good enough. First I wrote a small script: #!/bin/sh i3lock -i ~/Pictures/lock.png Saved it (e.g. .locker) to the HOME address, then I ran "chmod +x .locker" so I could execute it and at the Custom Shortcuts to the Command line I wrote ./.locker Choose an ...
There are a few keyboard options, I can see about 5 or so us international. You seem to have dead keys enabled. Try another, are some that user alt gr combining eg alt gr"o for ö. There is also the option to use compose compose"o for ö (this is what I use), of Alt non-combining then alt gro may produce ö or ó or . Experiment with the various settings for ...
You have to update your system database I think with updatedb command
zenity is part of GNOME and the default package surely uses GTK+3. xfce4-terminal on the other hand still uses GTK+2 and what posted by @goldilocks should work (you need to quit all instances of xfce4-terminal to be sure the new RC is picked up). For changing GTK+3 themes you should edit or create $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/gtk-3.0/gtk.css (usually ...
On my minimal CentOS 7 I did: sudo yum -y groupinstall "GNOME Desktop" and then startx and everything work fine. you can do yum groups list to check what group are available.
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