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comment How can I stop my Debian Cinnamon desktop from always starting with the US English keyboard layout?
Actually, changing the settings in the "Keyboard" tool doesn't have any visible effect on the contents of /etc/default/keyboard
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comment How can I stop my Debian Cinnamon desktop from always starting with the US English keyboard layout?
@gapz Added it to my question.
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revised How can I stop my Debian Cinnamon desktop from always starting with the US English keyboard layout?
Added /etc/default/keyboard
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asked How can I stop my Debian Cinnamon desktop from always starting with the US English keyboard layout?
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answered How can I launch irb from a bash script, execute some commands, then pass the irb session to the console?
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comment Making a Linux audio recording device available on a Windows 7 PC over network
I really don't know how that could solve my problem. Seems to be a simple to-file audio recorder. I'm in need of a constant network stream of the microphone input which shows as a regular recording device on the Windows end.
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asked Making a Linux audio recording device available on a Windows 7 PC over network
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asked TigerVNC Cinnamon session on Fedora 17
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comment How to change the default filemanager of the Cinnamon desktop?
let us continue this discussion in chat
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comment Disable the configuration tool in Zsh
setopt Privileged doesn't disable the configuration utility and I don't read that out of the manpage either. And the case that the newuser file being modified back to it's original state by the system package manager already happened once since your original post.
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accepted Globally replace Vi with Vim on Fedora
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comment Globally replace Vi with Vim on Fedora
It even works by simply making a symlink with sudo ln -s /usr/bin/vim /usr/local/bin/vi. But you have to add /usr/local/bin to the left-most side of the Defaults secure_path="…" configuration in visudo, else the symlink won't be found.