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Thank @Gilles, I finally found the answer. So, the problem was in the different input methods used by a different applications. I am almost didn't programmed with GUI, so it is hard to say more what that could mean, but at least the problem in the different Compose files — the one used by X is in the /usr/share/X11/locale/<your-locale>/Compose and ...


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If the only issue are the colors in the output of ls, it's easy to fix. Just set your own LS_COLORS variable and that will override anything else. So, to start, run dircolors -p > ~/.mycolors That will print the default values into a new file called .mycolors in your $HOME directory. Note that this will set the default colors from your current ...


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I had the same problem and fixed it complete - without overriding anything! The problem is not in /etc/environment or /etc/default/locale or any other system partition / directory. It lies in the KDE settings. I used a "grep -r "language=en" in my home directory after I searched every other linux configuration file on my system with the same method and all ...


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I think Gnome is more universal, when KDE is more for desktops. Besides, I think that if we said one day 'we do a FREE DE' we should stick with it. Everyone remembers switching from OpenOffice to LibreOffice. There's been a reason for that. I think that guys from KDE teem do amazing job. But can you imagine both teems starting to collaborate and giving us a ...



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