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As of Lubuntu 14.04, the config file format and answer is now slightly different from @SWrobel's answer: Remove the following lines from ~/.config/openbox/lubuntu-rc.xml: <mousebind button="Up" action="Click"> <action name="GoToDesktop"> <to>previous</to> </action> </mousebind> <mousebind button="Down" ...
Use synclient (for Synaptic devices, i.e. most touchpads), which (as of 14.04) ships by default with Ubuntu: $ synclient TouchpadOff=1 turns the touchpad off $ synclient TouchpadOff=0 turns it back on.
How to solve this question under Ubuntu 14.04 LTS ? There are no gsettings get com.canonical.Unity.Panel systray-whitelist opportunity like suggested here - http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/03/how-to-hide-or-show-app-tray-applets-in-ubuntu-11-04/
It's an old thread and perhaps no-one will see this, but the issue for me was in the .Xresources file. I had misinterpreted the URxvt*termName parameter as the string that would become the urxvt window title. It is in fact what becomes the $TERM environment variable, unless the shell overrides it (bash does). My solution was to add URxvt*termName: ...
You can check Keepboard. It's been around for a few years and people were not complaining about its stability...
For me sudo umount -l -r -f /cdrom worked like a charm.
As far as i know it wont delete your linux setup. But maybe you cant boot linux after repair. In this case try booting with live cd and use boot-repair tool. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair
I achieve the similar goal by using acpi. use /usr/bin/acpi_listen to catch the acpi event you want, on my lapttop, the event that fire when switch to battery is "ac_adapter ACPI0003:00 00000080 00000000". so I create a new event : /etc/acpi/events/switch-to-battery, below is the content: event=ac_adapter ACPI0003:00 00000080 00000000 ...
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