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Nov
14
comment How do I make debian lightdm look like trisquel lightdm
You're right. If i type in nautilus in the terminal this appears. i.imgur.com/Mk9mUaS.png All that is left is the top right corner. It appears I have that theme. Now to figure out how to do the tweak you mentioned. It appears like nautilus is stuck inside another window
Nov
14
comment How do I make debian lightdm look like trisquel lightdm
After following your instructions I can say it looks EXACTLY like the way it did before. I installed gnome session fallback, nautilus, gdm and choose the default. It still looks the same as the 2nd picture. I did service lightdm stop; service gdm3 start. It looks exactly the same except the login (maybe was a glitch). Also if you look at Thunar wiki page you can see it looks the same as the first picture which is my goal
Nov
14
comment How do I make debian lightdm look like trisquel lightdm
I tried it and restarted the system. Also E: Unable to locate package gnome-fallback. I believe trisquel 7 uses lightdm but I'm not sure how to confirm it. I do have a trisquel installation
Nov
14
asked How do I make debian lightdm look like trisquel lightdm
Nov
11
accepted crontab not executing my script?
Nov
11
comment crontab not executing my script?
This worked. Although I wasn't sure what I need to do to 'update cron' so I did crontab e and commented out an old line. One thing that confuses me is I dont see an obvious line that runs scripts on a minute basis.
Nov
11
comment crontab not executing my script?
How do I do that? I tried writing that earlier in crontab -e but it didnt appear to work either
Nov
11
asked crontab not executing my script?
Nov
5
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
23
comment virtual block device
@lemonsqueeze: So do I create a block device with FUSE? or do I create a file with a loopback? I'm going to look at FUSE this weekend for this
Oct
23
asked virtual block device
Oct
23
comment How do I install free drivers on a debian system?
@shirish: Its netgear WNA1100 which IIRC is supported in ath9k_htc. Also it doesn't change the fact that trisquel autodetects it. I reworded my question here unix.stackexchange.com/questions/163717
Oct
23
asked How do I install debian with all drivers?
Oct
23
comment How do I install free drivers on a debian system?
@shirish: Here is the output of my debian 7.7 install
Oct
23
comment How do I install free drivers on a debian system?
@FaheemMitha: My question is how do I install a free driver. I don't want to search and compile sources which I know how to do. In my test case I am specifically testing if it can figure out what wifi USB I am using and install the driver for it. I know for a fact it can do it because the live CD does it. The text installation does not hence my problem. I'll want to install a free video driver as well
Oct
23
comment How do I install free drivers on a debian system?
@shirish: For my trisquel install. I may install debian in the next few hours
Oct
23
asked How do I install free drivers on a debian system?
Oct
22
asked Missing wifi driver when performing text mode install
Oct
22
asked Grub error makes a long load time
Oct
20
asked If I install malicious software what may it do?