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On Linux, with a window manager that follows the Extended Window Manager Hints (EWMH) you can do this by setting the above property. Linux Mint Cinnameon and Mate desktop environments both incorporate elements in the stack that handle the EWMH functionality. What you can do using the window title is use the following command: wmctrl -r :SELECT: -b ...


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Did you try this with different boot versions of the Petra installer? I used both Gnome version and LTE when I was having a similar issue booting over network/USB. I thought for sure it was a script going wrong somewhere and wasted countless hours on it. I later discovered it was a hardware controller malfunction by running Sandra diagnostics. If you run the ...


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If you run xprop and click on a window, you see that the icon is among the "metadata" assigned to the window structure in your X server, under name and type _NET_WM_ICON(CARDINAL). These parameters can be changed by other X applications, for instance, window managers write and change a whole bunch of stuff in there. The key function will be XChangeProperty. ...


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It could be different for different OSes / flavours. Mostly by editing the desktop file directly at /usr/share/applications or by copying or creating the desktop file at /home/username/.local/share/applications/ , this could be achieved. Icon=/usr/share/icons/HighContrast/48x48/apps/firefox.png Please refer ...


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there is an easier method to for this. If you happen to use UNITY wdm then this applies to you. Install CCSM. It is Compiz Config Settings Manager. In CCSM go to Window Management, then Place Windows, then Fixed WindowPlacement. In the tab for Fixed WindowPlacement locate Windows with Fixed view port. 3.1 Click on New. 3.2 An Edit Box will appear. 3.3 ...



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