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This answer is not fully canonical, but likely sufficient for basic understanding. In this answer, I intend to provide concise explanations based on actual experience in Debian-based distributions. Anyway, I have confirmed that the fonts settings in Debian doesn't take effect immediately for Qt applications in GTK+ environment. This is based on my finding ...


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This worked for me in your ~/.xinitrc replace exec gnome-session with exec dbus-launch --exit-with-session gnome-session Source: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=203918


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Found a fix, although I don't understand it. I had to change which NVIDIA driver I was using. From... Using NVIDIA legacy binary driver - version 304.131 from nvidia-304 (proprietary) ... to ... Using NVIDIA binary driver - version 361.42 from nvidia-361 (proprietary, tested) To change this, I went to Software & Updates > Additional Drivers (Tab).


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You could try a different method for font rendering all together. Infinality is a cool project that might fit your needs. Although I don't know the inner specifics of how the thing works, I can tell you that it works flawlessly on my 8.1 debian installation. Visit Debian Wiki on Infinality


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The problem in your case is that a different computer is not able to translate the given name (manjaro) to an ip address. If you are the network administrator, then you may be able to solve it by distributing private DNS addresses by DHCP (DNS+DHCP). It all comes to the final situation, where the other computers have to know who manjaro is by resolving the ...


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It also looks like a mess to me. I'll share what I know, although it does not give a complete solution to the puzzle. for GUI software relying on GTK, the GTK widgets are configured in the toolkit config file, e.g. .gtkrc-2.0 Qt apps probably work the same way, with a .qtrc file of some sort more traditional X software is configured on a per-app basis in ...


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Rather than trial and error to look for small sets of updates, I would make a script which starts by asking for the list of updated packages, and cancels that, then (in the script of course) step through the list and cancel any update which would produce more than a set threshold number of packages, and let yum prompt me to confirm the actual update: the ...


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Turns out this is a bug in the Numix themes and it is being tracked here.


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Looks like Gnome doesn't have this feature by default. However I use a Python software called Wallpapoz. It's not fast. It takes some time for the wallpaper to change. http://vajrasky.wordpress.com/wallpapoz https://vajrasky.wordpress.com/


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Perhaps you were looking at this: KEYMAP (Português) The "tty" (Linux console) keymaps and fonts are separate from GNOME. For that (running in X), this page may help for a start: Can't configure correct keymap for my language However, the system settings in GNOME are the best place to look, e.g., as in How to change system language?


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The only one that worked for me on Arch Linux: sudo -u gdm dbus-launch gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.screensaver picture-uri 'file:///usr/share/backgrounds/gnome/picture.jpg' Then, you can verify it worked: sudo -u gdm gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.screensaver picture-uri Or verify using dconf: sudo -u gdm dconf read ...



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