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This may not actually be the case, since LXDE can usually run Gnome programs. It is possible that PHPStorm specifically calls functions only present in KDE and Gnome, but I have found some evidence of users getting JetBrains applications to run in LXDE (see below). It think that KDE and Gnome are only listed as "required" because they are the only ...


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What you mean by GNOME auto starting is, most likely, actually gdm (GNOME Display Manager) which provides the login screen. Just disable the service to stop it from autostarting. Arch uses systemd, so you want to do: # systemctl disable gdm Reboot and gdm won't automatically start. You can then manually start it whenever you want with: # systemctl start ...


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If you want to disable completely the graphical session and boot into rescue mode edit the kernel line in grub at startup and add an s at the end of it. Alternatively you can also add systemd.unit=rescue to that line. See this thread To start gnome from commandline it depends on the login manager. If you have gdm for example try sudo gdm. If it's just ...


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This is WRT Gtk 2.0, although I presume 3.0 is similar (and Xfce uses 2.0 anyway, I think). Themes, etc. are defined using configuration files. The default one is ~/.gtkrc-2.0, but it can be overridden using an environment variable: GTK2_RC_FILES=~/.gtk2-altrc xfce4-terminal Will start the Xfce terminal using ~/.gtk2-altrc. The easiest way to generate ...


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Go to Keyboard window and in the Custom Shortcut part the command is: gksu gnome-terminal


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Your question has way too much unnecessary information, but I'll answer anyway. Your best option is to open the menu in your menu editor(depends on what desktop enviroment you're using as to how you do it), when in the menu editor just mark the "Root Terminal" entry and figure out which command is used and then set that to your keyboard combo.


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Probably here is the answer you are looking for: If you are using GNOME 3.4 or newer and installation still doesn't work, check to make sure that the "GNOME Shell Integration" plugin is installed and enabled in your browser preferences. Some browsers have a feature, click-to-play, which make it so the plugin cannot start without user ...


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If you can change your brightness with root user by typing: echo 100 > /sys/class/backlight/<xxx>/brightnes Then, you can follow this link: http://askubuntu.com/a/82320/301773


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Pretty old question but with CentOS and Gnome 2.x nowadays, there is a pretty simple menu for it. It's under System -> Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts and you just have to choose the choice "Desktop" and then under that, "Run Dialog". When you click it, it lets you press the keys you want. It originally has "ALT+F2" listed but if you happen to choose ...


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Did you use the full URL for accessing a SMB printer? Log in on the CUPS web interface and choose to add a new printer. As a device choose "Windows Printer via SAMBA". For the device location, enter: smb://username:password@hostname/printer_name The above is from the Arch Linux CUPS Printer Sharing wiki page. Note: to log in othe CUPS web interface, ...


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@rob is right. GNOME is technically an official GNU project. However, there is a lot of interesting history. Let's roll back the clock It's 1996. There are no desktop environments. Users and sysadmins assemble environments from a hodge-podge of programs. Different window managers, different applications, maybe a dock. There are two major toolkits on the ...


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Gnome is an official part of the GNU free software collection http://www.gnu.org/software/software.html


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I found that the responsible of this is the gnome-settings-daemon. /usr/libexec/gnome-settings-daemon


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I have installed debian wheezy with a few upgrades required to work with steam imported from jessie. While doing that upgrade make sure you don't upgrade the main xorg files. I've been enjoying some nice 3d rendering in games. I'll also add that the fglrx I'm using is directly from amd, and not the debian version.


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You can configure lot's of settings, including changing of themes, fonts and extensions with gnome-tweak-tool


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Java is a non script language so you need to compile the code. I recommend compiling it into a jar bundle and then write a Shell Script to launch the jar. #!/bin/sh java -jar <compiled jar>.jar exit 0


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The fglrx drivers allways have been a big problem. I'd recommend sticking with the open sources drivers...


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Regarding the pros and cons: I'd say use openbox without Gnome. That way you don't get saddled with all the Gnome stuff and it is easier to be picky about what things you want/need. Gnome is less 'modular'.... What right-clicking does is set in the rc.xml file; for me that brings up the root-menu (is that what you mean by 'context menu'?). Easy to ...


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The tool arbtt (link1 & link2) sounds like what you want. excerpt #1 The Automatic Rule-Based Time Tracker is a desktop daemon that runs in the background and, every minute, records what windows are open on your desktop, what their titles are, which one is active. The accompanied statistics program lets you derive information from this log file, ...


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It switching because something is detecting the change and setting up the mouse again. (So things go back to default) To stop the behavior you need to add your settings to an Input section in x11.conf so that when it is "re-initilized" the defaults are what you want. The settings your looking for are: Option "MinSpeed" "X.xx" # speed factor for ...


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Thanks to drewbenn and Ulrich Schwarz for helping me narrow down this problem. Shift-numlock didn't work disable the mode for me, so I went hunting around the GUI for some sort of manual setting that I might be able to unenable. In the "mouse KDE Control Module" (KMenu -> Computer tab -> System Settings -> Input Devices -> Mouse) there is a tab called ...


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Chances are it's just bad luck! For this to be successful many things have to work:- The external disk has to be compatible with your router (and not take too much power). Try an USB memory stick instead (just to test). The router has to be happy with Ext3 - chances are it was tested with NTFS or FAT. Format your disk with one of those and test. It ...



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