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apt itself keeps nicer log files in /var/log/apt/history.log (and rotated variants); these track the start and end date and time of every set of apt operations (including those initiated by aptitude), the requesting user (when invoked using sudo), and the actions: installed packages, upgraded packages, removed packages, purged packages... Here's an example: ...


I just had the same problem on my Debian / Ubuntu / Mint machine getting it to work with an Nvidia GTX-960M. I got it to work by getting rid of everything as you have done, and then by adding xorg-edgers ppa and then installing the nvidia-352 driver. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 I also had ...


(Install and) run tasksel, and select what you want.


Try something like that $ export LOGIN_USER="Math" $ su - $LOGIN_USER $ sudo xhost local:$LOGIN_USER &>/dev/null source Ps: the accepted answer not worked for me


What about if you use X tunnel instead of VNC? On your raspi, install xorg and x11-apps to test your environment: apt-get install xorg x11-apps Edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config and enable X11 forwarding: X11Forwarding yes Restart ssh daemon: service ssh restart or systemctl restart ssh Now, on your workstation(assuming that you are using Linux): ssh -X ...


I asked the same question in the Manjaro Forum and got the following solution: Those issues are related to the latest gtk3.20 changes, alot of themes are broken now. Also the manjaro xfce main theme switches from menda to maia, so your problems are solved when you switch to our new theme (available in dark and normal and just beautiful :)) sudo pacman ...

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