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I realize that you want to do it yourself but why reinvent the wheel Simply run: sudo apt-get install wallch and configure as needed.


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Change wallpapers according day & night as simple as it gets Assuming the night begins somewhere after 12:00 am and ends after midnight 24:00, usage of the script below is as simple as it gets: Run it in the background with the command: python3 <script> <begin_of_evening> <end_of_night> for example: python3 ...


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You can try out Automatic Desktop Wallpaper Changer. It's pretty simple to use.


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You can do it by replacing the parameters in nautilus.css that can be found in /usr/share/themes/(your_theme)/gtk-3.0/apps/nautilus.css you should do this as root sudo gedit /usr/share/themes/(your_theme)/gtk-3.0/apps/nautilus.css


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Navigate to com > canonical > unity, then add 'home.scopes' to hidden scopes in lenses and add 'applications.scope' as the first entry in dash using dconf-editor.


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No KDE5 There are: KDE Frameworks 5 (KF5) Plasma 5 KDE Applications So the services are at: kf5-config --path services The new KF5 service menus are at: ~/.local/share/kservices5/ServiceMenus/ and /usr/share/kservices5/ServiceMenus/ More of the KF5 paths: Kubuntu Forums - KF5 Service Menus - ...


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If you are here just to know about "how to navigate to a path inside Ubuntu", then the shortcut to show the address bar in the default file browser(nautilus) is Ctrl+L. Also you might want to start nautilus with sudo root privilege if you plan to navigate to some restricted directory.


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I'm using Ubuntu 15.10. Here's how I increased my scrollbar width: I'm using the Ambiance Theme, so this is what I did: Edit CSS file using this command: sudo gedit /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css Look for this section: /************* * scrollbar * *************/ .scrollbar { -GtkScrollbar-has-backward-stepper: 0; ...


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*Nix is fundamentally different from Windows. One key aspect is there is no one or true way with *nix. As such there is no one book to make you a pro. There are some basics you want to know. Bash for example. Bash is the default shell on almost all *nix machines. http://www.tldp.org/LDP/Bash-Beginners-Guide/html/ is a good starting point for learning Bash. ...


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KDE Service Menus In KDE-speak a "servicemenu" is a special entry that appears in a context menu (or other context-based interface) for a file (or for directory), depending on the type of files that are selected. Creating (Konqueror) KDE Service Menus: https://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Creating_Konqueror_Service_Menus Service Menus ...



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