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I just found arandr. Here is a screenshot:
You need the cups package installed on all machines but only need to run it on one of them you designate as the print server. I have a single Linux Print server named printsrv running cupsd with all the network printers defined with proper drivers/PPDs/etc. On the 100+ other Linux machines at my site I have turned off the cups service daemon. The only ...
This doesn't answer the placement question but solves my issue by hiding the unnecessary partitions from the left menu. Use the gnome-disk-utility to edit mount options. Then deselect Automatic mount option, mount at startup and show in user interface.
In ubuntu 14.04 the DBus event for screen lock unlock has changed and the new script for binding to screen lock and unlock events looks like the following dbus-monitor --session "type='signal',interface='com.ubuntu.Upstart0_6'" | \ ( while true; do read X if echo $X | grep "desktop-lock" &> /dev/null; then SCREEN_LOCKED; elif ...
Try this: rm $HOME/.dbus/session-bus/*
As pointed out by don_crissti, keyboard accelerators at present are defective in Gnome Shell. I will file a bug in Gnome's Bugzilla in the unlikely case that nobody has done so yet.
First define a macro e.g: %define runcommand() ( /usr/bin/firefox http://google.com ) Then under the %post section run %runcommand. Since the package requires root access and root the %post macro won't be able to find a DISPLAY. Exporting DISPLAY environment variable should solve this problem. For example ...... %post export DISPLAY=":0.0" ...
Short answer: no it can't. There's no guarantee you will have a graphical environment available anywhere to open a browser in - you could be on a system with only a WYSE-60 terminal as console and no network connection. Moreover, if there are errors in the installation, it should not have completed. That's part of what packaging is designed to take care of. ...
You've probably done a minimal installation of Debian, without X Window (what you call "desktop"). As the root user, type this at the shell prompt: apt-get install gnome This will install GNOME on your machine. If you prefer to install KDE instead: apt-get install kde-full Just for your information, this will add several hundreds of Mb of software ...
You can disable inactivity timeout completely. For example to disable the suspend timeout only for AC power, run gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power sleep-inactive-ac-timeout 0 I personally thinks its completely stupid having an inactivity timeout to suspend the computer, while its on AC power, by default and with no option for normal ...
First of all it was my mistake that I created .Xcompose instead of .XCompose! (see question that every times mentions .Xcompose). Now all custom compose key sequences that are defined in ~/.XCompose are working well. ▸ BUT it should be noted that export GTK_IM_MODULE="xim", not working. To solve it I've to install uim and set export GTK_IM_MODULE="uim" in ...
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