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Upgrading the kernel did solved the issues with mouse pointers, which is available using the wheezy backports. Add the backports repo to your /etc/apt/sources.list and give the following commands: #login as root su #update packages apt-get update #install through backports apt-get -t wheezy-backports install linux-image-3.16-0.bpo.3-amd64 ...


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Edit (or create if it does not exist) ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css and put in: .window-frame { box-shadow: none; margin: 0; } (via https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1416334#p1416334)


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Sounds like you messed up your /etc/locale.gen file. If you are english/US, comment out any of the other entries in that file, UNLESS YOU NEED THEM. They are for other languages. If you are american you more then likely only need en_US.UTF8. Edit the /etc/locale.gen file and uncomment en_US.UTF8. Comment out any others, unless of course you need them ...


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I don't know whether you use the command line or a GUI to install updates, but the upgrade process did print the following lines (from the install file linked in the other reply) on the screen: > systemd unit names have been renamed" > you should systemctl stop and disable cups.service and" > systemctl daemon-reload, start and enable ...


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Ensure you have the .xinitrc file in the user home directory. It seems you have the .xinitrc in the root directory and not the users home directory. to verify this run ls -la in the user home directory. If you see a .xinitrc file inspect it using a text editor to see if it has the required content.


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I've not seen a way to incorporate these results into Nautilus, but there are GUIs for search in mlocate's database. The one that I'm most familiar with is called catfish. It's generally in most of the standard distros' repos. The main website is here, titled: Catfish is a versatile file searching tool.. The project's Launchpad site is another additional ...


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From this answer: http://superuser.com/questions/748482/how-to-suspend-from-lockscreen-in-gnome-3 , in your /etc/systemd/logind.conf change the line to: HandleLidSwitch=lock and then sudo systemctl restart systemd-logind to restart the service.


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In cups v. 2.0.0 the service name has been changed (see also the install file here). You'll have to disable the old service: systemctl disable cups.service before enabling and starting the new one: systemctl enable org.cups.cupsd.service systemctl daemon-reload systemctl start org.cups.cupsd.service


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I solved the problem. The issue is that the /etc/xdg/autostart/gmd-applet-3.py.desktop runs a python2 script whereas the default python on Arch is python 3. I modified the EXEC line in the .desktop file from: Exec=/usr/share/gnome-manual-duplex/gmd-applet-3.py run-in-tray to Exec=python2 /usr/share/gnome-manual-duplex/gmd-applet-3.py run-in-tray and ...


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The shell extension TaskBar proved useful in my case, it can be accessed via this link. In order to disable the active application icon I went into the preferences of this shell extension then under the Misc tab I switched the slider to on next to the Hide Default App Menu. I do not know if this is the expected effect of this setting but I achieved the ...


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I found a simple solution to this issue. I simple installed the pavucontrol package. Once I rebooted, the microphone was enabled by default.


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Newer versions of Gnome 3 are available for Debian Testing. To enable it, you need to alter /etc/apt/sources.list The following lines will backup your /etc/apt/sources.list, update it accordingly and upgrade Debian to testing. # cp /etc/apt/sources.list{,.bak} # sed -i -e 's/ \(stable\|wheezy\)/ testing/ig' /etc/apt/sources.list # apt-get update # apt-get ...



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