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It's as simple as typing in just one command: timedatectl set-timezone Zone/SubZone Where you replace Zone/SubZone with correct data. You can obtain list of all available timezones by typing: timedatectl list-timezones If you want to have your RTC (hardware clock) using local time, run the following command: timedatectl set-local-rtc 1 If you prefer ...


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Audacious registers itself as an application that can handle directory MIME type (more precisely inode/directory). This can be seen in its .desktop file at /usr/share/applications/audacious.desktop (location might be different on Arch) where MimeType variable is set. On your system for inode/directory MIME type, either: there is no other application that ...


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I know it's over a year ago, but I just wanted to add to the answer by cipricus. You need to go to the tab "Appearance Conditions" (next to the "Basic" tab) and put a tick in the boxes for the file types you want. Then catfish works. And yes, it's fast! Regards


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The man page for xfce4-terminal specifies using the --geometry option to set both the size and placement of a terminal. This option takes "the form -geometry WIDTHxHEIGHT+XOFF+YOFF (where WIDTH, HEIGHT, XOFF, and YOFF are numbers) for specifying a preferred size and location for this application's main window." Refer to the "Geometry Specifications" ...


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Open xfce4-panel. You can right click on a panel > Panel > Panel Preferences. Select the target panel under the drop down near the top. Under the Display tab, check the box next to Span Monitors. Note: I am on XFCE 4.12 and I am not sure if the span monitors option is available on earlier versions.


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That is the default behaviour of slock, one of the screen-lockers used by default by xflock4 which in turn is the screen-locker script used by Xfce power manager, if I'm not mistaken, and other apps/widgets part of Xfce. When the computer is locked, it turns off the display and when you wake it, you need to type in your user password to unlock it. If you ...


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I found this solution on a blog to work on my Debian Jessie / XFCE machine. In brief, the problem seems to be a missing "gstreamer0.10-pulseaudio" package. This causes a behavior where you can mute all audio using the keyboard button, but to unmute it you have to go into alsamixer and press M to unmute; the unmute action apparently doesn't get ...


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Try sourcing /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d/50-systemd-user.sh from your xinit.


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Run $ xfce4-keyboard-settings as a regular user Choose "Application shortcuts" Delete the following line: "xfce4-display-settings --minimal XF86Display"


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follow these instructions try; 1. cleanup login as user to console pacman -Q | grep box sudo pacman -R all your current virtualbox stuff 2. reinstall sudo pacman -Syy sudo pacman -S virtualbox-guest-utils select virtualbox-host-modules-arch then the most important bit; sudo systemctl enable vboxservice sudo reboot login then startx still ...



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