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With a dirty workaround, it can be done quite well. Using xdotool, you can make it move the mouse to the position of the Applications menu, open it and automatically move back to its original position. Since all happens very quickly and the mouse is moved back to its original position, you won't notice it. The script assumes your Applications menu is in ...


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Short answer: you can't upgrade. Long answer: I think there is a confusion in your mind. Please, allow me to clear that for you. Your distribution Caixa Mágica 22LTS is based on Ubuntu 14.04, which means, it is a different distribution. Even if they have a lot in common - Ubuntu can be considered the "parent" distro for Caixa Mágica, from the moment when ...


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You can use: apt-get install -d To download software and dependencies without installing them. The .deb files (pretty much equivalent to Windows .exe installers), are then downloaded to /var/cache/apt/archives/ Unless you've issued apt-get clean pretty much anything you've ever installed via apt-get should have the .deb files stored there. Also you can ...


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I personally had this issue solved with a driver update (on a laptop with mixed Intel / nVidia graphics; I updated both the Intel and the nVidia drivers). If this doesn't solve the problem for you or you can't update the drivers for any reason, the best I can give is a better workaround, i.e. once opened the lid to switch to a TTY with Ctrl+Alt+F1 and then ...


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So, by far the best solution I could find for Ubuntu 14.04LTS and later is the software called GTK Youtube Viewer it has rich set of features and the ability to login to Youtube account. To install GTK Youtube Viewer: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install youtube-viewer It reproduces all videos ...


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I had the same problem on Dell Inspiron 3542 running Ubuntu 14.04.2 The problems appears to be in the audio powersave feature. The noise stops when I open the sound settings, or when I play audio/video. The noise starts again when I stop playing audio/video and close sound settings. This solution worked for me: Edit the file $ sudo nano ...



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