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reviewed Reviewed After running screen, screen doesn't seem to be running
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accepted I would like to put one single icon in the Desktop that actually opens the Desktop. Any ideas?
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comment I would like to put one single icon in the Desktop that actually opens the Desktop. Any ideas?
@terdon Because there are virtual icons that I want to keep. And some of them are created gnome in response to certain events. An example is plugged in USB pens.
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comment I would like to put one single icon in the Desktop that actually opens the Desktop. Any ideas?
@slybloty Done. Is this more clear?
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comment I would like to put one single icon in the Desktop that actually opens the Desktop. Any ideas?
@terdon Exactly. But without the icons blocking the view to that background.
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comment How to save a GNOME 3 session
Just to give an update, it runs fine from the Alt+F2 command window in gnome 3.4 from debian.
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comment In Debian based systems, how do we purge configuration files of packages that have already been uninstalled?
@FaheemMitha Changed the title according to your suggestions. But I think the autoremove only would make things confusing if I didn't write anything else. But the sentence "I would like to do the equivalent of adding the --purge flag to the following command" makes things clear.
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