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The easiest way to get back the shut down-button in a few seconds is this: a right mouse click the task bar at the bottom, 2 options will appear, >preferences<, and >about<. Choose >preferences<, then >applets<, then the red circled >shut down<-button, and confirm. That's it! Next time you reboot the original button or buttons will all be ...


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Try to force any dangling package to install and then rerun the whole process again. That is. sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade


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Well, just add -d at the end of your command, like this: do-release-upgrade -d


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Take a backup of /etc/X11/xorg.conf and add the below lines.it worked for me for OEL6.5 # VirtualBox generated configuration file # based on /etc/X11/xorg.conf. # XFree86 4 configuration created by pyxf86config # Section "ServerLayout" # Identifier "Default Layout" # Screen 0 "Screen0" 0 0 # InputDevice "Mouse0" ...


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You can use pip3 to install ipython. pip3 install ipython


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I am using Ubuntu 12 and chntpw 0.99.5. I have successfully reset my forgotten password by following this guide. If there are multiply Windows systems installed on your hard drive, make sure you choose the desired SAM database.


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Both lvresize and lvreduce now support re-sizing the filesystem prior to shrinking the logical volume. This is a snippet from a man page on CentOS 6.5 -r, --resizefs Resize underlying filesystem together with the logical volume using fsadm


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Tested in ubuntu 14.04: Search for the "Disks" application Select Device, select volume, Click cogs (more actions) -> "Change passphrase" screenshot: http://imgur.com/wkgKjOa


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i tried the assorted drag and drop suggestions. it seemed to work on some web sites but i discovered that i didn't have a link, i had a copy of the web page. on other sites i would have an icon but it wouldn't work until i had gone thru two dropdowns and selected firefox from a list. the gnome create trick above works with some modification. you don't ...


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I just tested it on my Linux, you should use Disk Utility. (System > Administration > Disk Utility) Click on unmount volume if it mounted. If an error arise, try to unmount it from the Desktop, if still an error arise, then remove it and plug it in again. Click on format drive and leave the default. (it is master boot record) After finishing deleting, ...


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Same problem here there is a number of different things to try here is how i fixed the problem in terminal iwconfig wlan0 your output wlan0 IEEE 802.11abgn ESSID:"YOURSSID" ACCESSPOINT INFO Bit Rate=58.5 Mb/s Tx-Power=15 dBm Retry long limit:7 RTS thr:off Fragment thr:off Power Management:on Link ...


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I got this message on ubuntu 13.10 too after having: Logged-in with a user Mounted an external drive Switched to a second user sudo umounted the external drive and mounted it within the second user The drive resulted mounted and reachable but deja-dup was returning that error solution: rebooting and mounting directly the drive within the user I needed ...


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I had the same problem. Changing %F to %U in the desktop-file fixed it for me.


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Editing the /usr/shar/.../.desktop shortcut did NOT work for me (13.04 raring). What got me farther was based on an answer to another question Edit ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list and add to the Default Applications section: x-scheme-handler/mailto=IBMNotes9.0.desktop sudo update-desktop-database Once I had done that Notes showed as already ...


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I have the same problem, I reinstalled mongo as it says in the official page and shows me: root@marcproves:/var/log/mongodb# tail -f mongodb.log Tue Apr 1 04:25:29.272 [initandlisten] shutdown: going to close sockets... Tue Apr 1 04:25:29.273 [initandlisten] shutdown: waiting for fs preallocator... Tue Apr 1 04:25:29.273 [initandlisten] shutdown: lock ...


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None of it worked for me. What i did Ctrl+Alt+T to run terminal, sudo su to log as super user, enter your su password, cd .local/share/applications, ls -l See if you see .desktop in here. If you do, then issue rm -f -r .desktop to delete the file


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Just had a similar issue, and none of the above answers worked for me. I ended up simulating the problem with screen: * * * * * /usr/bin/screen -dm Add above line to cron, let it run once, turn it back off. Connect to your screen session (screen -r). If you are checking the screen session has been created (with ps) be aware that they are sometimes in ...


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I know this is an old post, but is still a current problem! I tried this method and all of a sudden my synclient was gone! What have I done!?


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Try this: Download unetbootin. Select your Ubuntu iso file by clicking browser button having ellipsis "..." . Select the Type as USB Drive and Drive label of your USB drive, e.g, (F: as your usb) Click OK to make Ubuntu bootable USB. PS please backup your USB drive's data, the above process may format your USB.


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If you dual boot Windows and Ubuntu(Or any other Linux) on two different partition and use O&O Defrag to analyst the drives. You can see the one with Ubuntu is horribly fragmented and locked(Unable to defragment). So if you keep defragment every week on your HDD which installed Windows, Windows boot faster. *Ubuntu always faster than Windows when you ...


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I experienced this error after installing a few audio related packages: espeak libespeak1 mbrola mbrola-en1 alsa-utils The full error text was: ALSA lib confmisc.c:768:(parse_card) cannot find card '0' ALSA lib conf.c:4248:(_snd_config_evaluate) function snd_func_card_driver returned error: No such file or directory ALSA lib ...


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I make those steps for install /home in another ntfs partition and it is working well 1 month ago: I have a partition for Windows Data in ntfs: named /sda6 but you must use your ntfs partition) Attention this partition must not contain Windows OS! and you must have installed "ntfs-3g". I Mount this partition in /media (but you can use /mnt too): sudo mkdir ...


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You can also find them on Font Squirrel and Google Fonts (Condensed and Mono) to embed them via CSS in websites.


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Just type this in terminal sudo nano /usr/bin/guake and put sleep 10 exec -a guake $PYTHON -OO $GUAKEPATH/guake.py "$@"



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