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It could not be configured, because the timeout value is defined as constant value in the mutter source. gnome-shell refers mutter library. I found the timeout value at the mutter source, mutter-3.10.4/src/core/display.c. ... #define PING_TIMEOUT_DELAY 5000 And it's used by a below function named as meta_display_ping_window ping_data->ping_timeout_id ...
Option 1: /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules Option 2: /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections directory, inspect any of the files for connections listed there. Options 3: /var/log/syslog file and archived ones, syslog.*.gz. Specifically, look for something in format date hostname dhclient: Listening on LPF/wlan0/XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Option 4: May be ...
When you hover the mouse over that text, it says that config files will be saved in $(PWD) where you run tox rather than in $HOME/.config. For example, if my qtox executable is on Desktop, the configs will be on Desktop. This makes it easier to transport qTox as it will put everything in one place (folder).
Gnome Shell can be changed using Gnome Extensions - I think this extension will work for you: This is done by dragging and dropping the windows into position, it will show a orange highlight (doesn't seem to match the theme :/ ). You can change the gap between windows in the settings:
I had tried F-lux before moving the Redshift and I just found my settings. You can edit them in graphical gconf-editor or manipulate them with gconftool: $ gconftool --all-entries /apps/fluxgui latitude = 50.9848 autostart = 1 longitude = 11.0299 colortemp = 1 $ gconftool --get /apps/fluxgui/latitude 50.9848 You could unset a particular key from ...
Setting the shortcut The command To move an application (-window) to another workspace from command, you need wmctrl to be installed. The command you need to move the frontmost application (-'s window) to a specific workspace (on Lubuntu) is: wmctrl -r :ACTIVE: -t 1 where 1 refers to the targeted workspace. The first workspace is 0, so the command above ...
You can run the ControlPanel as an Administrator by: sudo /home/marvin/jdk1.8.0_66/bin/ControlPanel But the right way to disable java in a browser is to disable java plugin in a browser itself. See THIS LINK
It is appropriate job for uniq which omits duplicate lines and prints only unique entries, thus we can take output of uniq and replace old file with uniq's output: sort /etc/apt/sources.list | uniq > /tmp/sources && sudo mv /tmp/sources /etc/apt/sources.list
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