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The handling of configuration files is described in the XDG Base Directory Specification. It defines a set of related path environment variables like XDG_CONFIG_HOME and XDG_CONFIG_DIRS, which define, for example, where the .config directory is by default, and how to handle it in various other controlled ways . Very common is obviously the form ...


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Alt + F1 is the default combination to open the 'start menu'/application launcher.


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If I understand you correctly, all you did was reset the bios settings, aka CMOS, which is on the motherboard. Unless there's more I don't understand, that should not have deleted an "entries". I suspect that what has actually happened is that resetting your CMOS changed the default boot sequence so that your computer is attempting to boot to some other ...


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To change the location where a newly created user will have his /home directory reside. You'll have edit /etc/default/useradd and change the HOME=/home to HOME=/directory/you/want/it/to/be You'll need finger to verify that this worked: $ sudo apt-get install finger then follow up with: $ gedit /etc/default/useradd useradd defaults file: GROUP=100 ...


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This can be easily done during install, however I'm not sure how to do it on an already installed OS. Basically when you're installing, choose the manual option of partitioning. Place your /home directory elsewhere than the default space. I did this by putting / on my SSD, and putting /home and my swappy data on an HDD for storage. I hope this helps, ...


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Open the System Settings: Click on Color under the Hardware section. Add a new profile, or select a different profile if your messed up profile is selected and there is a default profile for your device. If not you can add one of a number of Test profiles that should give you a good starting point. Example for my device the D65 test profile was nearly ...



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