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You need to install several packages namely as follows postfix mailutils libsasl2-2 ca-certificates libsasl2-modules these packages are required for the proper setup of mail sending. Here is a proper way of setting this up and testing out by sending mail and the possible troubleshooting. Hope this helps :)


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I found another solution as above solution didn't work for me (I don't know why). Create a file mvim in /usr/bin/ by: sudo vim /usr/bin/mvim And paste the following two lines: #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/gnome-terminal -e "/usr/bin/vim $1" Press :wq and Enter to save. Now give executable permissions to this your command by: sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/mvim To ...


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I had this problem too, but with Gnome 3.10. After reading the @Sk8er, I found my mistake, the Key Theme should not be EMACS. To fix it: Run gnome-tweak-tool > Keyboard and Mouse > Key Theme Set the Key Theme value to Default.


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In my case I had to fight nbsp, :set listchars=nbsp:☠,tab:▸␣ :set list You can also use ␣ instead of ☠ Here is an example where the above vim config highlights the "invisible weird" spaces and additionally it highlights tabs (red color because I am using trailing-whitespace vim plugin)


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Make sure you install the openssh server in the main PC (where you are trying to ssh into) sudo apt-get install openssh-server then check if the Ubuntu firewall is turne on? sudo ufw status if yes or no still issue the following command sudo ufw allow ssh and sudo ufw reload Now try to ssh using ssh user@ip-address-of-the-machine if ...


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ps aux | grep deja kill <pid of "deja-dup --backup --auto"> Immediately the backup button becomes active. This should be reported as a bug as the frontend should either have a button to terminate running backups or automatically reconcile concurrent backups.


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The script described by @laurent is unnecessary, because there is a canonical way. All you need to do is edit /etc/sysctl.conf and uncomment (delete # at the beginning of) this line: net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1 Then it will already be applied at boot.


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I was curious too, so I just browsed through the source code and found the below in application.cpp. There is more to this code but I think these correlate to the options, at least for System Monitor 3.8.2.1 through 3.19.3: Stop Process = SIGSTOP (pause signal, let's you continue later, does not kill process) End Process = SIGTERM (termination signal, the ...


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It is possible that the WWAN is disabled in BIOS check BIOS and make sure the feature is turned on. i know this thread is four years old and you probably dont have a sim card that size anymore but i do and im trying to see if i can get mine to work.


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Without thinking I set the passphrase to be really long, and it became a pain to type. I ended up using the following to change it to something more manageable. sudo cryptsetup luksChangeKey /dev/sda5


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Works in Arch Linux, and may work in Ubuntu: (following the answer given here of @Aaron Digulla & @tonicebrian) search for network.protocol-handler.warn-external.http in about:config toggle both the http and https to true (following the suggestion of Raman Gupta on Kevin Locke's Homepage) when later prompted for your choice of browser, navigate to ...


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I ran into a similar problem on Ubuntu 14.04. I was unable to change my theme after restarting my computer. I could hack around the issue by logging out and logging back in. I noticed this problem shortly after installing Ubuntu and installing some programs and drivers. Resetting unity solved the problem for me. I used the unity-tweak-tool to do this as ...


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go to cinellera's official website cinellera.org and click the arrow at the side of the "download" button on the top and select "cinellera" u will see 2 options for ubuntu 64bit and 32 bit choose according to your system and download the two links.. you will see those links in your download files in your file manager..... select them


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both the above answers didn't work for me (Ubuntu x64 15.04).. the Ubuntu wiki for LightDM works for me, so thought to post here for others who are looking for it although they can too follow the wiki.. source: What is LightDM? as per Ubuntu wiki if we want to override the system configured default session (provided in ...


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I am having a similar issue in Ubuntu Gnome 15.10 (Gnome 3.18). NOTE: I already had an .icc file for my display. I was able to manually apply it to my unlisted display with the following command: # dispwin -d 2 ./Dell_3007WFP-5000.icm -d 2 specified the 2nd display (1st was my laptop built-in display) Hope this helps somebody!


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To use pSX on Ubuntu/Kubuntu/Lubuntu/etc (up to 15.04 32/64bit**): Download/Install Download pSX tarbell from here Unpack into your favorite location. /opt/pSX, or some other place where pSX will be on the PATH is good (don't forget to add /opt/pSX to your /etc/environment or your profile if you are a non-admin user -- mine's in /usr/bin since it is ...


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I have normally Swedish as the session language, but want the terminal in English. I achieve it with this file: $ cat ~/bin/gnome-terminal #!/bin/sh export LANGUAGE=en_US exec /usr/bin/gnome-terminal $@ The file is chmod'ed with +x. With this method gnome-terminal is displayed in English irrespective of how start it - via graphical icon or via command ...


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You can use a GUI frontend to Xrandr, for example ARandR. ARandR is designed to provide a simple visual front end for XRandR. Relative monitor positions are shown graphically and can be changed in a drag-and-drop way. To install it in Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install arandr Now your configuration will be stored and loaded within the startup


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I think the premise of the question is probably a little hard to substantiate because they are different operating systems with quite different models for installing software so it's hard to do an apples to apples comparison. I don't think one can be so general as to say Windows always slows down and Ubuntu never does. Here are some things that may ...


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You can activate 'Devices' menu via View -> Menu Bar -> Menu Bar Settings.


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This is a simple solution to toggle/untoggle the microphone mute with one line I believe this helps I created a mictoggle online script $cat /usr/local/bin/mictoggle pactl list sources | grep -qi 'Mute: yes' && pactl set-source-mute 1 false || pactl set-source-mute 1 true Greetings



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