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This answer is outdated. I have same issue on my Arch Linux. I tried to modify the gtkrc files in /usr/share/themes/Adwaita/.... But it does not work. Here is another related question.
I wrote a ruby script to do the same. It actually edits /etc/default/grub and adds a custom background to it. Here: https://github.com/4p00rv/grub-background-changer
You can send an escape sequence to the terminal (any POSIX compatible, I think) setting the current cursor character using tput: tput civis # invisible tput cnorm # normal (usually an underscore) tput cvvis # very (usually a rectangle)
Yep a simple way it to fstab it and then mount it to say /var/www/html/files2/ then mkdir /var/www/html/files2/website then ln -s -d /var/www/html/website /var/www/html/files2/website
System Settings > Displays turn-off / disable Unknown Display.
I had the same problem whit Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS. Today I have tested, but the old "git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/romieu/linux-firmware.git" is a broken link. I have searched the new git url for dowload the firmware of realtek. The commands that I have tested (and works very well) are: git clone ...
To force new windows to be centred set /apps/compiz-1/plugins/put/screen0/options/window_center to true in the gconf configuration editor.
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