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If we had the same problem, I could be available to reset the Gimp size by "Edit>preferences>window management and clicking 'reset saved window positions to default value'". Source


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I dealt with this issue by running xbindkeys in terminal on startup! Add Terminal=true in your .desktop file.


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Two issues: 1) 12.10 is a Short Term Release. Upgrading on Short Term Releases is less reliable than doing fresh installs. Upgrading on Long Term Releases such as 10.04, 12.04, and 14.04 is however perfectly fine and supported. 2) 12.10 is an old release, and no longer officially supported. Support ended long ago in 2014: It is very likely that even ...


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I am not a programmer or computer geek. Am having similar issues lately, above suggestions do not resolve it. Since last updates Ubuntu will either directly crash the Firefox Browser and/or the Libra Office Write program when attempting to open them, OR after a 5 to 15 minute delay after starting up the computer, Canonical will suddenly begin keeping the ...


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I use one these commands to copy all my jpg files and skip all the db, raw etc files. Either one should work for your needs. Using rsync: rsync -a --prune-empty-dirs --include '*/' --include '*.jps' --exclude '*' source/ target/ Or find with exec: find . -name '*.jpg' -exec cp --parents \{\} /target \;


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Install Synaptic Package Manager: sudo apt-get install synaptic Type synaptic to launch it. Search for elementary and select complete removal on the check box. Apply the changes. Done!


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This is usually caused by modules in /var/lib/dkms that don't have a dkms.conf file within their source subdirectories - dkms expects this file, so will report an error if it's missing, and then may miss out on compiling some valid modules. To find the offending module, run this short script (thanks to Lekensteyn): for i in /var/lib/dkms/*/[^k]*/source; do ...


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Configure a second adapter as host only, set the second interface on the VM to static ip that does not interfere with your local network(s), e.g., set /etc/network/interfaces to: # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp # The host network interface #auto eth1 #iface ...



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