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For many cases, the default configuration file is provided by a package directly. In such cases, you can extract the specific file from the package, thus easily recovering the file. To check if a package provides the file, run dpkg -S on the full path of the file. For example: $ dpkg -S /etc/ssh/sshd_config /etc/ssh/ssh_config /etc/sudoers dpkg-query: no ...


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Almost everything in /usr is owned by root:root I run find /usr -not -gid 0 -printf "%M\t%u\t%g\t%p\n" here using 15.04 and the output is -r-xr-sr-x root postdrop /usr/sbin/postqueue -rwsr-xr-- root dip /usr/sbin/pppd -r-xr-sr-x root postdrop /usr/sbin/postdrop drwxrwsr-t root lpadmin /usr/share/ppd/custom drwxrwsr-x root staff ...


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More specifically, the default icons that the file browser is using (currently up to version 15.04) are placed in folder: /usr/share/icons/Humanity/places/48 The icon for the download folder is folder-download.svg.


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You need to edit this file: /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/Hotspot Find the string: autoconnect=false and change it to true


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If none of the previous answers work, you can try this: How do I reenable opening jar files by double clicking on them? but if you are using Ubuntu 14.04, you must make a small change in step 1 and 5. In ubuntu 14.04, the application's name is openjdk-7-policytool.desktop and not openjdk-7-java.desktop. So, make the changes like this: Step 1 : cd ...


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Use sudo apt-get install chromium-browser and install chrominum browser. AFAIK, it is same as chrome and should work without any problem.



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