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Well, first off, the rumor is false. GNOME is not being discontinued. A charity known as the GNOME Foundation is out of liquidity (cash). They're requesting donations, of course. They appear to believe they have sufficient accounts receivable such that this will be a temporary situation. But GNOME development is done largely, if not entirely, outside the ...


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Careful, /opt/viber/Viber has SUID and GUID bits set. It will probably run as root nevertheless (I did not test it, though).


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You don't say what version of Red Hat you're using, you can check like this: $ cat /etc/redhat-release Fedora release 19 (Schrödinger’s Cat) You likely have some old version of Fedora on it. Perhaps Fedora Core 5 or 6 with that version of GNOME. In those ancient versions I believe they came with a version of NetworkManager. There's typically a GUI for ...


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Instead of hiding all but one user why can you not create just 1 user for all lab pc's, and install that user locally on each machine? Then enable sharing this way: If a user is on the LDAP Server allow the user to login to devices etc while logged in as guest, by providing their LDAP credentials, only when needed instead of allowing them to login via GDM


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Your problem is actually really easy to solve, although I can't blame you for not finding the solution - it isn't very clearly mentioned on the wiki. The problem is that even if you've installed NetworkManager, the daemon does not run by default. To fix this: sudo systemctl enable NetworkManager.service sudo systemctl start NetworkManager.service


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If you use KDE, you can adjust trash's size with dolphin file manager: Dolphin > Settings > Configure Dolphin > File management > Trash Set limit to maximum size Apply


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how Gnome support KDE applications? I don't know if it "supports" them in an active way, but there's probably no reason you can't use them inside GNOME anyway. Many of them should not require KDE to be the running desktop environment, and GNOME won't care. How shall I install an KDE application properly in Gnome? With apt, or whatever package ...


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I'd actually recommend sticking with Filezilla. It's one of the most feature-rich graphical FTP clients on any platform, and the GUI is continually improving. Installation on Ubuntu / Debian / Linux Mint is as simple as sudo apt-get install filezilla.


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I have posted a patch for it, you can check it out if it solves your problem: http://code.google.com/p/gedit-click-config/issues/detail?id=16


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I think fbdesk is your friend. Though, it is designed for fluxbox but it should work for Gnome 2 too. ( I haven't tried it yet ) Once installed, you just have to execute this binary to re-arrange the desktop icons as and when required.


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You need to edit the *.pro file, Then use INCLUDEPATH += ... to set header paths, And LIBS += ... to add extra libraries See here to learn about qmake flags.


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It is as simple as this: xdotool getactivewindow getwindowname Good luck hope it works for you!


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You could use the cups-pdf package as a solution independent from gnome. After installing the package, add the PDF printer using the cups webinterface at http://localhost:631 as described here ('General' as printer manufacturer, CUPS-PDF as driver). For your convenience, change the output directory with the option Out in /etc/cups/cups-pdf.conf to, like, ...


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install deluge this way: 1.Create the repository config file /etc/yum.repos.d/linuxtech.repo: [linuxtech] name=LinuxTECH baseurl=http://pkgrepo.linuxtech.net/el6/release/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=http://pkgrepo.linuxtech.net/el6/release/RPM-GPG-KEY-LinuxTECH.NET 2.Install deluge rpm package: # yum install deluge original link: ...



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