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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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You can do that via System Settings > Keyboard (or gnome-control-center keyboard in terminal): go to Typing and set Modifiers-only switch to next source to Caps Lock Alternatively, set the corresponding xkb option (which is what the above does underneath) via gsettings or dconf: navigate to org > gnome > desktop > input-sources and add grp:caps_toggle to ...


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I can use the following to remove the titlebar border in the default adwaita theme. From https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=211102 window.ssd headerbar.titlebar { border: none; background-image: linear-gradient(to bottom, shade(@theme_bg_color, 1.05), shade(@theme_bg_color, 0.99)); box-shadow: inset 0 1px shade(@theme_bg_color, 1.4); } I ...


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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 may also be possible to resolve with a few lines of code. Unfortunately it's not a completely trivial exercise. The second link below would work if you don't mind it breaking on newlines (or backslashes, apparently?) in filenames. http://superuser.com/questions/139513/acl-and-moving-files-in-nautilus ...


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I forgot something else. If I can't write to a file, I can still remove it and replace it. And that's exactly the correct way to save a file. (Because you have to fsync() before you have a durable file, which you can safely replace the old one with). It seems to work fine, you just have to ignore the padlocks :). E.g. I can rotate photos copied in by ...


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Headerbar/CSD Actually, a section of the code that I found via reddit and posted above, namely headerbar entry, headerbar spinbutton, headerbar button, headerbar separator { margin-top: 2px; /* same as headerbar side padding for nicer proportions */ margin-bottom: 2px; } DOES modify the headerbars/CSDs. However the effect is not immediate. Even ...


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


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One of the questions you ask is: "Is there a program that provides an x11 xserver inside a window?" It sounds like Xnest might answer that question. Xnest is "A nested X server that runs as an X application". I know that I've used it in the past to show me unusual window managers that I had compiled from source, and didn't want to have crash my whole ...


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I guess the reason is /etc/profile.d/bundler-exec.sh: line 12: `bundler-installed': not a valid identifier in journalctl.log Can you provide this file?


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If Gnome doesn't have anything built in, you can write a script to do it. The following loads random wallpapers from ~/wallpapers on three monitors, assumed to be arranged left-to-right with each monitor being 1680 pixels wide. It uses xloadimage (see Multiple images on root window with ImageMagick). Adjust the monitor sizes and the wallpaper locations as ...


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It doesn't work as that's one of the default gnome-shell shortcuts. So gnome-shell actually grabs it even if you set it to execute some custom action. You'll have to remove it first from the default shortcuts list - easiest way is via terminal with gsettings: gsettings set org.gnome.shell.keybindings toggle-message-tray "['<Super>v']" alternatively, ...


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According to my tests it should be equivalent to empty trash contents every 30 days This is what I did: At 1:45 PM I cleared the trash and set the privacy options to purge after 1 hour and rebooted the machine, just to be sure. I then deleted two (several months old) files and executed a script that creates a file and moves it to trash - every 12 ...


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None of this worked for me until I edited the following file and removed the SchemeAlias line: /usr/share/gvfs/mounts/sftp.mount [Mount] Type=sftp Exec=/usr/lib/gvfs/gvfsd-sftp AutoMount=false Scheme=sftp # SchemeAliases=ssh DefaultPort=22 HostnameIsInetAddress=true



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