You can find out the package that provides a file with apt-file find. You may need to install it first with apt-get install apt-file.
apt-file find libXdmcp.so.6
That will show that it is provides by the package libxdmcp6.
To reinstall the package:
I found the relevant code in libinput, in filter-low-dpi.c. I divided the return value of function calculate_acceleration_factor by 50.0, then compiled and installed as per the instructions.
If you have similar issues, depending on your mouse model you might need to edit filter-mouse.c instead.
In the pipeline, the script is being sourced in a separate environment. Likewise in the process substitution example. This means that variables set in the script are set in a child environment to the calling shell. Changes in a child environment can never propagate to the parent environment.
You could solve this in two ways, avoiding sourcing the script in ...
sudo apt-get remove is safer. It won't remove configuration files, that you may have changed. So easier to change your mind. The only worry that I would have is that it may cause the display-manager(thing that allows you to login) to be removed. It using the old display-manager, then do an install on it (or mark it as manually installed), so that it is not ...
What worked for me is first getting a Windows ISO with UEFI. Then when
formatting the drive, make sure to use Partition Scheme GPT. This link also helped:
My personal VPN wrote over my resolv.conf file and didn't return it to normal.
What i did was comment the old content and add two new dns servers to the file, and it works. this is how the new file looks like:
1 # Generated by expressvpn
2 # search expressvpn
3 # nameserver 10.47.0.1
4 nameserver 126.96.36.199
5 nameserver 188.8.131.52
Many thanks ...
I had to enable #load-media-router-component-extension and #cast-media-route-provider (well, actually, I don't know if only the last one made it work or both, I've been trying different things for a while). Both flags can be found in chrome://flags.
Where the heck did that Download Go? Use “Recent Files” to find out!
Answer found here:
Like every Linux OS I’ve ever used, Mint Menu has a “Recent Files” option. This option remembers not only files you’ve created or used but also everything you’ve downloaded. A mistake I frequently make is addressing ...