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After a few restarts, everything's back like it should be. Strange...
You can go to the dash and start typing "system settings". Once you open system settings you should see this:
We used ldap accounts with sssd daemon. I encountered a problem with launching acroread from ubuntu 14.04 x86_64. It did not report anything except exit code 1. After that I used strace, and found that acroread tried to load x86 library of libnss_sss. To resolve issue, install appropriate package: sudo apt-get install libnss-sss:i386
You need to edit /usr/share/gnome-background-properties/trusty-wallpapers.xml, which is a real pain, especially with lots of long file names. It's easier to leave the pictures in the Pictures folder and direct Appearance to that with the drop down menu (set on Wallpapers by default). I don't know if you can create a sub folder in Pictures that ...
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