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Right click on taskbar > Alternatives > Icons only task manager


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This seems to be a bug introduced by the gtk3-3.22.13-1 package (or possibly one of the packages updated alongside it). Here's the bug report. EDIT: Fixed by upgrading to gtk3-3.22.14-1


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the first place to look is the homepage: https://www.archlinux.org/ or the news page to be more specific: https://www.archlinux.org/news/ the "news" mostly mentions package updates which will need manual intervention. that means "update problems" that are known and expected. it only covers official packages. that means no AUR packages. there is also a ...


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Mounted file systems can't be resized. In the screenshot of gparted, there's a key symbol between /dev/sda2 and ext4; that key symbol indicates /dev/sda2 is mounted. It can't be unmounted while the Arch Linux system on sda2 is running. To fix: Reboot from a liveCD, (or USB equivalent), and run gparted from that, right click on /dev/sda2 and click 'Resize/...


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In my case I needed to figure out which key was mapped to the physical super key. Launch Settings -> Region & Language. Click on the Input Sources list and choose a language (in my case it was English). Click on the little "keyboard" button in the right corner of the window and launch "Show keyboard layout". Click Super button and figure out that it'...


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Not sure why you couldn't get it working with those dconf settings. This works for me (in Ubuntu 18.04): gsettings set org.gnome.mutter overlay-key '' gsettings set org.gnome.shell.keybindings toggle-application-view "['Super_L']"


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system.reg, user.reg and userdef.reg are the contents of Windows Registry for your Wine-based Windows instance. Likewise, drive_c has everything you put into "Windows C: drive" when you ran Wine. If you installed some Windows software, it will still be in there, taking up space. None of these files came from packages managed by pamac. For it, all these are ...


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You can use the swap partition that your ubuntu install is also using. First, determine the UUID of the partition: root@darkstar:~ # blkid /dev/sda1: UUID="1558f461-07af-47e5-a7ef-fe11a780f09f" TYPE="ext4" PARTUUID="0005e081-01" /dev/sda2: UUID="5c00b21d-4569-4a00-b419-fd86be1be6f6" TYPE="swap" PARTUUID="0005e081-02" /dev/sdb1: UUID="00eff59f-b759-4b3f-...


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I had the same problem on Ubuntu 17.10 and I had to install the following extension to make it work: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/1198/start-overlay-in-application-view/ Works like a charm! :)


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I configured those keys directly through Settings -> Devices -> Keyboard on Ubuntu 17.10. Under "System" section you have "Show the overview" which you can disable (by pressing backspace). And for "Show all applications" you can configure then Super.


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Per my troubleshooting (with the help of Antergos), I have solved the issue. First, install using the minimal ISO as it requires no hardware accelerated graphics. Reboot as instructed by the installer. Second, edit the boot option in GRUB; add the following to the call to start the kernel. systemd.unit=multi-user.target This starts the system in the CLI. ...


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The problem is not easy to solve correctly while each device and distro has its own unique but I'll make a try when you mounted the windows partition go to terminal and check on what partition windows is mounted by fdisk -l in the output notice the partition that has NTFS file system (mostly is only used by windows) let's say it's (e.g /dev/sdb2) then ...


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1.Add Arch repository to /etc/pacman.conf [arch] SigLevel = PackageRequired Include = /etc/pacman.d/arch-mirrorlist 2.Create /etc/pacman.d/arch-mirrorlist file Server = https://mirrors.kernel.org/archlinux/$repo/os/$arch 3.Update your system: sudo pacman -Syyuu 4.Pray for the old gods and the new ones.


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This should probably be another comment, but I don't have the reputation... All the recommendations for adding [arch] SigLevel = PackageRequired Include = /etc/pacman.d/arch-mirrorlist and /etc/pacman.d/arch-mirrorlist Server = https://mirrors.kernel.org/archlinux/$repo/os/$arch just created errors: error: failed retrieving file 'arch.db' from ...


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From the commands you are using, I take it that you use Systemd and LightDM. The correct command to stop the display server is sudo systemctl stop lightdm I think it's safe to run from a graphical terminal, not only from TTY. If you want to disable auto starting of LightDM altogether, replace stop with disable. Note that stopping the X server, even from ...


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For me, running Elementary OS, the below command worked: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings panel-main-menu "['Super_L']"


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Consider that you have two options installing software: 1) System-wide: the application will be accesible by all users, and have to be installed with administrator (root) privilegies. 2) Only for your user, inside your /home/user, installation does not need administrator privilegies. In the 1) case you normally have the two places you mention: /usr/local ...


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In the end, I did it by launching Antergos in a VM and copying the folders out of it. But this was unnecessary, because all themes come in the Antergos repository: sudo pacman -S numix-frost-themes numix-icon-theme-square numix-gtk-theme For the full choice, see pacman -Ss numix


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On Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS I've installed https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/1198/start-overlay-in-application-view/ and done gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings panel-main-menu "['Super_L']"


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The problem with the modules here is the running kernel. uname -r shows 4.12.6-1 and the installed kernel is 4.12.8-2 so given the update, some modules have been erased from the system and it is necessary to reload them, the easiest way is to restart the system.


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You need to have a boot partition for your antergos to work. Just create this partition (only /boot) and remember it's mount point e.g. /Dev/sda8 At some point the installer prompts you to select the mount point on which to install the boot files. Specify the boot mount point. When the installation is complete go to your windows system. From there add a ...


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Download the Arch Linux live ISO here Flash it to your flash drive Start up your computer off of the Arch Linux drive Mount the hard drive home partition to /mnt. Run lsblk to see what your partitions are called. Here is an example output: sda 8:0 0 298.1G 0 disk ├─sda1 8:1 0 511M 0 part ├─sda2 8:2 0 289.6G 0 part ├─sda3 8:3 0 ...


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An external headset works when I write in the file: /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf The following entries: options snd-hda-intel model=dell-headset-multi https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/alsa-driver/+bug/1523100/comments/52


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I had the same problem on my Antergos install. It seams mariadb doesn't install properly and cant access its directories I fixed my problem doing... sudo mysql_install_db --user=mysql --basedir=/usr/ --ldata=/var/lib/mysql/ unable to launch mysqld in arch linux But there is another solution, changing the ownership of /var/lib/mysql to mysql user and ...


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To add one minor point to lesmana’s already excellent answer: Pacmatic (GitHub), another wrapper around pacman, force feeds you the dev announcements and also specific news items related to your installed packages. I haven’t used it myself; I just ran across it in the Pacnanny README and feel it deserves a mention on its own.


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Make sure you have the packages nvidia and nvidia-libgl installed from the official repos. Additionally, mesa-libgl does not work well with either of these packages, so make sure this package is not installed.


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This question is probably better directed at the Antergos forums, but I can share from personal experience with Arch: It's generally better to upgrade frequently than to upgrade infrequently. You catch any issues as they come up and deal with them one-at-a-time rather than letting them pile up. Update as you see fit. There's no particular reason to stick ...


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This is because you are running wayland. Applications that use GTK3 (try libreoffice draw) will work, but applications build for Xorg using Xwayland will see two different mouse cursors, and not respond to the tablet


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