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I was looking at the directory http://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/current-live/amd64/iso-hybrid/ There you can find the following files for Gnome version - debian-live-7.8.0-amd64-gnome-desktop.iso - debian-live-7.8.0-amd64-gnome-desktop.iso.contents - debian-live-7.8.0-amd64-gnome-desktop.iso.packages as well as the equivalent ones for standard version ...


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I suspect this is a question for an arch Linux forum, I suspect you have (found) a driver bug. If appropriate, Arch linux can then escalate to nVidia. Can you try installing an older nvidia package, or maybe arch linux has multiple packages for the nvidia driver (stable/updated/patched/...)?


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Go to keyboard shortcut at System Tools -->Preferences-->System Settings-->keyboard-->shortcut Custom shortcuts add + Name: gnome-terminal Command :gnome-terminal ctrl+alt+t quickly try that


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gnome-weather uses libgweather underneath which in turn uses several GWeatherProviders (defined in gweather-weather.h) to get weather information for your particular geo-location: * GWeatherProvider: .... * @GWEATHER_PROVIDER_METAR: METAR office, providing current conditions worldwide * @GWEATHER_PROVIDER_IWIN: US weather office, providing 7 days of ...


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Concise Press 1 Press 2 in order to change [ ] to [x] in front of 2) I accept the license agreement Press q Accept license menu does not prompt anymore at boot Comprehensive The issue was caused because the prompt was not clear to me. First I thought that pressing c would result in continue, i.e., moving to section2, but that was not the case. A ...


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On Linux, with a window manager that follows the Extended Window Manager Hints (EWMH) you can do this by setting the above property. Linux Mint Cinnameon and Mate desktop environments both incorporate elements in the stack that handle the EWMH functionality. What you can do using the window title is use the following command: wmctrl -r :SELECT: -b ...


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If gdmflexiserver is available on CentOS 6 it might do what you want.


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Basicly, your debian is booting, you just have an issue with your video drivers. Maybe you raise a separate question for that issue. Regaring loading Windows, you can try to use rEFInd instead of grub. (Suggestion from the arch forum). According them, you can also dowload their boot loader for an USB stick for recovery purpose.


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To me, it looks like your system is having trouble detecting your display, thus causing it to run in low graphics mode. FIRST, sudo rm /home/$USER/.config/monitors.xml Afterwards, reboot your system. Afterwards, if that did not work, attempt to reconfigure xserver and xorg. You can do this by sudo dpkg-reconfigure xorg* && sudo dpkg-reconfigure ...


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This used to be quite simple, all you had to do was edit the relevant gnome-shell js file: /usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/dateMenu.js and change date/time format. As of v. 3.12 this is no longer a trivial task as shell js files come as a binary file and on top of that, the panel date/time code was moved to gnome-desktop. As a result, the date format is now ...


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If it's hanging just because of a problem with a setting made within GNOME you might try logging in on one of the tty's (CTRL+ALT+F1) as root, mv'ing the user's home directory to something else (e.g "username.old") then re-creating it, giving that user ownership on that home directory. When that user logs into GNOME again, it should re-create his profile ...


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It appears that the VNC server is pushing the X Window selection to the clients clipboard. The X Window selection gets updated whenever you select text. In your case this was done by selecting the text in the address bar of your browser, the vnc server then copied this into your client clipboard which overwrote your local clipboard. The act of deleting the ...


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How to enable screen locking in Gnome Shell (3.14) using xscreensaver (on Debian): (Note: Although the gnome-screensaver package currently exists on Debian sid, it does not seem to be usable) Install the xscreensaver package (and optionally xscreensaver-data and xscreensaver-data-extra) Run xscreensaver to configure the screensaver how you want it. Be ...


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On my system (Debian Jessie) I found all the normal methods of specifying a default application wouldn't override the one hiding in ~/.config/mimeapps.list. Thunar insisted on opening a particular file with gedit even after I told it to make the correct application the default. When I removed the setting from ~/.config/mimeapps.list, it started working ...


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Well, it turns out there was nothing 'wrong' at all. But for some reason, the settings for my bottom panel had been altered. I just found out that to access the menu for the panels, I needed to hold Alt and then Right-click. This opened a little menu where I could select Add to panel... which opens a menu of things you can add. What I needed to add was ...


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I have a RHEL 7 laptop with 2 external Full HD monitors. Even though the laptop lid was closed the GNOME was displaying on it. I got half a clue when I <ctrl>+<F2> and was able to log in on the external monitors which were now operating in mirror mode. I confirmed GNOME was running and had no errors, I just could not see it....until I lifted ...


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FHS v2.3 was released ten years ago. Some things have changed since then (including the introduction of /run1). About three years ago, the Linux Foundation decided to update the standard and invited all interested parties to participate. You can view the v. 3.0 drafts here and the section that describes /run here. The distinction between /media and /mnt is ...


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If you use xbindkeys and have xdotool utility installed, you can add the following lines to your ~/.xbindkeysrc to enable win+left and win+right to move current active window to the left/right half of the screen: "xdotool windowsize $(xdotool getwindowfocus) 50% 100% && xdotool windowmove $(xdotool getwindowfocus) 0 y" Mod2+Mod4 + Left "xdotool ...



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