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By default Ubuntu keeps screenshot at the pictures folder. Anyways it provides option to change the destination as per user. Please visit the Pictures folder
Complementing @charlesbridge answer, include in your ~/.bashrc file the following: alias yoursite="lftp -u <username> -e \"<commandA;commandB>\" yoursite.com" Source the file: source ~/.bashrc Now use the alias "yoursite" to logon and execute as many commands as you would like.
14.04 In this case is more like user53768 answer. All you need to do is: 1- To convert your desired images into *.svg type using Inskscape. 2- Backup your old icons under directories /usr/share/icons/ubuntu-mono-dark/status/22/ and /usr/share/icons/ubuntu-mono-light/status/22/(in my example i use English and Greek language). cd ...
I know it is old question but I used to have the same issue. First , please issue the following command to unload the module : sudo rmmod uvcvideo Then , reload it by issuing the below command : sudo modprobe uvcvideo quirks=16 You must do that every time you restart the laptop. My Laptop is Asus F5RL (old laptop)
Fixing HDMI overscan on a Samsung TV I connect my laptop to the HDMI input of my Samsung TV. Due to overscan, The TV annoyingly puts part of the image outside the visible screen, even though the resolution is correctly set to 1080p. Here is a solution: Press Source on your remote Move down to your HDMI source and press Tools Select Edit name Scroll down ...
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