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With KDE 4 atleast you can adjust the font sizes (and/or DPI settings) in 'Application' > 'Fonts' To scale some other parts of the display, you can also change the icon size at 'Application' > 'Icons' as well. This is the method suggested for doing this in the Arch Wiki Note you will need to restart the desktop and applications for it to take effect. ...


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For Plasma 5 it's ~/.config/plasma-workspace/env/


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Open KWalletManager (/usr/bin/kwalletmanager) in KDE, go to Contents / Form Data / Maps, select the correct id, check Show Values box. Works for me. If you can't find it this way: save your login page to a HTML file, place it on a localhost webserver with PHP/CGI support, trick your resolver via /etc/hosts to call local page instead of the original, write a ...


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Install KDE Desktop Environment on here. yum -y groups install "KDE Plasma Workspaces" echo "exec startkde" >> ~/.xinitrc startx


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The Desktop Grid effect should work for you, if I understand your question correctly. It is located here: System Settings - Desktop Effects - All Effects tab.


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If you click on the location bar or press Ctrl-L it will become editable. In Dolphin you can also press F6. This is on KDE 4.14, but as far as I remember it worked in the earlier versions too.


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Your sources.list shows that you're pulling from the testing repository, not just Jessie. So you aren't running straight Jessie anymore, but a mix of Jessie and Stretch. (Maybe this is a result of your skype installation?) Also, you should very rarely need to apt-get dist-upgrade. The best practice for updates is to use the apper GUI to regularly check for ...


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I'm having a similar issue on OpenSUSE 13.2 with KDE. I set full repaint in desktop effects, and when I reboot, that doesn't work even though it is still set. When I change a setting, save it, revert it, save it, then it works fine.


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This file can lunch Writer, with option --writer: /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/soffice. However, you might want to config MIME type for .doc files, called application/msword, follow the instruction discussed here.


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As long as your bluetooth or wwan module is on, just turning the wifi off won't set the airplane mode. So you have to turn them off as well and then the GUI of the Networkmanager will show you that the airplane mode is on.


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If you're willing to upgrade to Debian Sid then KDE5 can be installed very easily with the Siduction repos, instructions here: My Blog Entry on the Subject


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oh god, after 5 hours of investigation I have found finally a solution. The problem was in the /etc/profile with "export DiSPLAY=..." entry. I removed it, and then kde worked perfectly. I remember I put that line into profile when following some recommendation when wanted to run hnh application about 1 month ago. It is strange that kde stopped running exact ...



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