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This worked for me (Kubuntu 16.04): go to : System Settings->Default Applications->Web Browser and put chromium-browser
IMO finding files with locate isn't the best approach, since you have to know the identical name of the file you're searching Try instead find / -name mondo*.conf
Alright, I think I've got something you can try. If you search for Multimedia Systems Select on the Dash. Open it and go to the Audio tab, where you can select the default audio Input and Output devices. This should be installed by default. If it isn't, you can always run sudo apt-get install gnome-media. If it is not shown in the Dash, run: gksudo gedit ...
I know this question is old, but I'd like to give my own contribution as well. This is valid for any distribution, not only Ubuntu. 1. Create a command alias So then you will be able to run the application from terminal or everywhere else that references it. This is the most generalized possible solution for the problem. For my example, I'll be editing the ...
I used a pretty ugly workaround, but it gets the job done. Copy your desktop wallpaper into /usr/share/backgrounds, then change its name to warty-final-ubuntu.png, which should be the name of the current default login wallpaper. (If you want to keep the original, just change its name first to avoid it being overwritten.) Your desktop and login wallpaper ...
You can use command line options to launch the terminal window with desired settings. In codeblocks : Go to Settings > Environment > General Settings. Change the "Terminal to launch console programs" option to : gnome-terminal --geometry=WIDTHxHEIGHT+XOFF+YOFF -x +XOFF : The left edge of the window is to be placed XOFF pixels in from the left ...
You can use pavucontrol (Pulseaudio volume control, install if necessary): Launch it from multimedia menu, go to the "output devices" tab, and click the green "define as alternative" button that is near HDMI soundcard. Look also "configuration" tab: you will find various profile such as HDMI .
1. Gedit takes multiple arguments Since Gedit takes multiple arguments, you can easily do that in one command: gedit <file1> <file2> <file3> in your example: gedit /media/myData/DataFiles/file1.html /media/myData/DataFiles/file2.html /media/myData/Working/file3.html see what happens when I run gedit monkey banana tree Shortcut ...
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