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This is a known bug and it's already fixed in git. If you don't want to wait until 3.18 will be available in debian repos you have two options: the quick and dirty hack: close tweak-tool and as root, open /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gtweak/tweaks/tweak_group_xkb.py look for a line like renderer.props.max_width_chars = 30 and change the width as ...


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There is a great way to do this if you have the luxury of having two computers. Two computers can be especially practical if you install one (the one that is driving the video) near the projector which could be in an inconvenient location, and the other one (call it the remote control, it can be a cheap laptop) where you need to run the show. On the video ...


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This is a known issue. See here: apps-menu: Exception: can't convert event.get_time() to an integer #7 A fix is to change line 77 of /usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions/apps-menu@gnome-shell-extensions.gcampax.github.com/extension.js from: this._app.open_new_window(event.get_time()); to: this._app.open_new_window(-1);


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XChat can run commands in existing instances, and the command you want is "gui show" $ xchat -e -c "gui show"


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Download and install time should be just a few seconds. Once it shows up in Installed Extensions, the extension is installed and you're good to go. If it doesn't, check your browser window: there might be a Firefox pop-up saying something like "Firefox prevented this site to install software on your computer". In this case, click on Allow to authorize ...


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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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I needed to change the sync rate to one that was compatible with my KVM.


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Try to install keyboard-configuration package sudo apt-get install keyboard-configuration And then follow this guide edit /etc/default/keyboard manually, here's an example: # KEYBOARD CONFIGURATION FILE # Consult the keyboard(5) manual page. XKBMODEL="pc105" XKBLAYOUT="us,de,fr,ua,ru" XKBVARIANT="" XKBOPTIONS="grp:alt_shift_toggle" BACKSPACE="guess" ...


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I don't know if you're still running into this issue, but I found my problem was I was running /bin/zsh as a custom command in my terminal profile. Disabling that fixed the issue for me - and still kept zsh as my primary shell.



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