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Another solution would be to allow the script to accept the binaries requested location to open. Move /usr/bin/nautilus aside and create a new script as /usr/bin/nautilus and add the following; #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/caja $@ This will allow the script to open a path given after the command. Note that this script replaces the nautilus binary, so if ever ...
Let's split the solution into two parts: Locate where the setting is kept. Reasonable programs keep their user settings in "dot" files in $HOME, usually either in a .progname (be it a file or a directory with more complex configurations) or under .config/. XFCE uses the latter, with desktop settings being stored in ...
Well, I had to ditch xfce4-terminal, because keybindings were a nightmare, and go back to xterm. I actually prefer having several windows to tabs anyway, it turns out. Here is what I did for keybindings for xterm<-->bash # ctrl-backspace "\C-h":shell-backward-kill-word # meta-backspace "ÿ":shell-backward-kill-word # ctrl-delete ...
Add the Mepis Repo to /etc/apt/sources.list (Mepis is based on Debian Stable): deb http://main.mepis-deb.org/mepiscr/xfce/ xfce-4.10 main Import the repo key & install the backport: gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 81E77EAF14E225A0 gpg --armor --export 14E225A0 | apt-key add - apt-get -t xfce-4.10 install xfce4 The Mepis Community Repo ...
I fixed the issue by following the steps to some guide on how to re-size encrypted partitions. This answer is just to close this thread.
Settings manager >> window manager >> focus tab. Uncheck automatically give focus
You have to go into the desktop manager and play with the settings, I believe you have to go into the settings manager, choose the desktop settings, change single image to image list, choose which wallpaper then repeat for the second monitor.
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