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You could try replacing GDM with a different login manager, like KDM, LXDM, LightDM, SLiM or XDM. These may have better configurability. In fact, on this page are some screenshots: https://wiki.mageia.org/en/Display_Managers . SLiM looks like there is no user list, although others could be configured to look the same.
This should work with gdm ≥ 3.12 (tested on archlinux w. gdm 3.16.1): switch to a VT (e.g. Ctrl+Alt+F3), login as root and run: su - gdm -s /bin/sh to switch user to gdm. then run: export $(dbus-launch) and: GSETTINGS_BACKEND=dconf gsettings set org.gnome.login-screen disable-user-list true run exit or hit Ctrl+D to return to root account. restart ...
This may probably a bug, you should report it...and the solution.. Temporary install another desktop and waiting for reply, if you have ability, compile it yourself. PS: first you can find your system installed glib version, then compile the same version of glib replace stock one, have a try...
Copy/paste between Wayland windows and XWayland windows does not work yet (it has not been implemented). I can't manage to find any official source on this, but here are a couple of links to posts saying exactly this: http://www.phoronix.com/forums/forum/software/desktop-linux/49641-gtk-3-18-plans-for-full-wayland-support-a-scenegraph?p=631866#post631866 ...
Have you try out "Maximus Two": https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/844/maximus-two/? I was looking for the same thing and come across this. I'm using it now on Ubuntu Gnome 15.04 with Gnome 3.14.4 and it seems working fine.
This could happen because you'd not have the permission to the "Trash" folder for that particular partition. Every partition has a hidden folder by the name .trash-### (where the hashes denote some number). Perhaps you don't have the permission for that folder. Try changing permissions of that folder.
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