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Simply: No, unless you change the alignment of your screens (System settings > "screens", drag the left screen up), but then you would have the same problem at the bottom. In Unity (/Compiz), both screens together are seen as one big desktop/viewport. From that point of view, it would be undesirable behavior as well; the mouse would either make a weird ...


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To install other packages along with yours, the simplest way is to mark them as dependencies. Affecting a user's home directory or settings, however, cannot be easily done by a package. Packages are not supposed to do this, so there's no standard mechanism. What you can do, however, is install the script, and the new default configuration, along with a ...


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It worked for my Ubuntu 14.04. Just d.o the same thing you did in windows, but this time add Ctrl, so it's Ctrl+Super+Arrow


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The fix: restarting the PC. I don't know why I couldn't see the letter "g" before, but I can now.


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Removing the intel driver PPA and force downgrading all mesa packages using standard repositories fixes the compiz crash. The problem is in the latest MESA 10.3 drivers that came with last update of the intel graphic drivers through PPA. I installed Ubuntu to run both natively and inside VirtualBox. The MESA drivers from intel work in native mode but cause ...


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you can install Unity Tweak Tools and then change the theme from there.


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You may declare a shell function that modifies autostart file and launch openbox-session instead. This will show 2 windows one for target GUI program and an xterm for openbox. To kill the xsession, close that xterm window. obox () { echo "$@ &" > ~/.config/openbox/autostart; startx openbox-session; } Example: obox gedit ...


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I found >Start ubuntu without a desktop environment but start an X application< to be helpful here. The best answer works for me - exept, when I put the path /media/myusername/I/have/it/on/another/partition/linux64/starbound in, it doesn't show up to choose. I read the tryExec= field looks, if the program is present, else it is ignored. It is not ...


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On the command line you can use dconf dump /org/compiz/profiles/unity/ > ccsm.cfg to save the settings from CCSM into ccsm.cfg and restore them using dconf load /org/compiz/profiles/unity/ < ccsm.cfg For the setting from unity-teak-tool it depends on what you changed there as different settings are stored on different places. Unsettings is ...


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DO NOT FOLLOW ANY ADVICE TO DELETE COMPIZ! I had the same problem after tweaking compiz. Unfortunately I followed someone's advice to delete compiz and destroyed my installation. The solution I found was to install Ubuntu again. When I chose LVM to look at the layout, it wiped my drive without warning. It is the only option that does not give a warning ...



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