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It is a well-known issue with Gnome >=3.10. Unfortunately there is no fix or workaround for it yet. Source: http://www.mathworks.in/matlabcentral/answers/125436-why-will-warning-error-messages-not-show-up-in-a-pop-up-window-when-i-hover-over-the-text-in-the-mat


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I think Gnome is more universal, when KDE is more for desktops. Besides, I think that if we said one day 'we do a FREE DE' we should stick with it. Everyone remembers switching from OpenOffice to LibreOffice. There's been a reason for that. I think that guys from KDE teem do amazing job. But can you imagine both teems starting to collaborate and giving us a ...


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Yes. Debian distributes CD, DVD, and Blu-ray images. There are various methods to download them; see https://www.debian.org/CD/. There are also vendors who sell them, in case you don't have sufficient bandwidth to download the images yourself. I believe CD1 should include an GNOME graphical desktop. There are CD1 variants for LXDE and KDE as well. DVD1 ...


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On my Ubuntu system (Debian based) this import is provided by the package python3-gi. In older versions running with python version 2.7, this was provided by python-gi. You can install that with: sudo apt-get install python3-gi In principle it is possible to have such packages work with both python 2.7 and python 3.x. I have not investigated why this was ...


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In the end, upgrading to Gnome 3.14 resolved the issue. My feeling is that there was some kind of bug in Gtk+-3.12.


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I had the same problem, and I found the mirrors site of Fedora has the RPM I need. china mirrors: http://mirrors.aliyun.com/fedora/releases/20/Everything/x86_64/os/Packages/n/NetworkManager-pptp-gnome-0.9.8.2-3.fc20.x86_64.rpm http://mirrors.aliyun.com/fedora/releases/20/Everything/x86_64/os/Packages/n/NetworkManager-vpnc-gnome-0.9.8.2-2.fc20.x86_64.rpm


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This is exactly what you need: ls -Aru | tail -n 1


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I also had this problem... and I finally decided to fix it. I also did what polym suggested and found that I had three entries for 'google credentials'. Specifically: Open seahorse (Passwords and Keys) Select 'Login' under 'Passwords' In the search window type 'gnome' Delete all entries that begin with 'GOA google credentials for identity ...


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I had the same problem with Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y, including a corresponding xev output with "KeymapNotify event". The solution was: Assign a new keyboard shortcut to exactly that combinations with xfce4-keyboard-settings and delete them afterwards. After that Ctrl+Z (undo) and Ctrl+Y (redo) worked again.


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The init.d service is not really meant for running GUI tools for the user's desktop. It's typically used to start services. So instead I would attack the problem in a slightly different way using one of the methods discussed below. In particular I typically use the alternative approach. Usually you put X related items that you'd like to run in the context ...


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Try this Exec=bash -c ' sleep 30; gnome-terminal --full-screen -x "echo hello'" ; sleep 20 . Also note any time (before/after login) you can press ctrl+alt+F1 to F6 to launch a tty, which is a full screen terminal. You can login from there.


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The --full-screen switch is supported by the window manager, i.e. the terminal sets a hint that the window should be expanded to cover the entire screen, and the window manager is responsible for appropriately resizing it. Thus, you need to start both a window manager that respects the fullscreen hint and the terminal.


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Just install the package alsa-utils, it will persist the volume across reboots: # pacman -S alsa-utils



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