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I am running Lucid, Ubuntu one is installed but I don't have a menu item to run it

I don't know how to run it from the terminal. I tryed unity --reset, a command I found in a response to a similar question, but got the error message No command 'unity' found. Thanks for any ...
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gnome desktop menu layout problem

I have added a 'Quick Setup' sub-menu of 'System' desktop menu. I want this sub-menu to contains some desktop files within two sections, separated with a separator. I need the first part to contains ...
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How to run libreoffice from start menu?

I just installed libreoffice in my Lucid through official PPA at http://ppa.launchpad.net/libreoffice/ppa/ubuntu/. It won't start from start menu but it works if I run it through terminal with sudo. ...
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How do you add “open in terminal” to the right-click mouse menu for folders/directories?

I would like to add it to the default menu (mouse right-click) Like I want to right click on a folder and open it in the terminal. I don't want to have to find the directory in the terminal.
2
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1answer
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Can't find the logout+shutdown menu

I removed the by default rightmost menu from the panel (the one allowing logout, reboot, shutdown, etc.) and can't find it in the "Add to Panel" menu. I'm using Ubuntu 10.4 with the GNOME Panel ...
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1answer
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grub2 deadlock situation

During 10.04 starts it does a filesystem check. For some reason that I want to figure out, but this is another question, the harddisk is mounted read only. I would like to boot to a rescue shell, but ...
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2answers
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Show Icon instead of text for the gnome menus?

Is it possible to use icons instead of text for the menus in the top pannel (shown above)? If so, How can we do that? I've tryed gconf-editor setting the Key: /desktop/interface/toolbar_style with ...
9
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1answer
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How to show context menu when right-click released? [closed]

I'm using Ubuntu 10.04. When I right-click, menu popup too quickly, and the first menu item is clicked. If I right-click in desktop, it create a new folder sometime. If I right-click in terminal, ...
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How to remove menu items?

I want to remove these items from the System menu: Help and Support About Gnome About Ubuntu I can't do this with Main Menu (bad naming, should be menumanager or so).