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MAAS sounds like a better fit for your needs. MAAS does large-scale deploys of the operating system (Ubuntu, Windows, CentOS) and can use custom images. Seems like you want to make customer images that have all the packages installed, and then use a script for local customization post-install. See http://maas.io/
Ubuntu server is not bundled with any graphical desktop environment and due to that, you cannot run traditional GUI apps, which in this case, is firefox If you don't mind sacrificing some resources, installing a desktop environment would be suitable. LXDE has an extremely low memory footprint (it is also the default DE for RaspberryPi and hence the low ...
It appears to be available for Precise (ubuntu 12.04) which is still supported until April 2017. There doesn't appear to be any packages for any newer releases. Sources: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases https://launchpad.net/~jolicloud-team/+archive/ubuntu/ppa?field.series_filter=
To get rid of this bloat and just keep ubuntu-desktop try this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: exec sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install --reinstall aptitude deborphan aptitude remove '?and(?reverse-depends(lubuntu),?not(?reverse-depends(?exact-name(ubuntu-desktop))))' aptitude remove '?and(?reverse-depends(gnome),?not(?reverse-depends(?exact-...
I think that this guy has you covered, https://journalxtra.com/linux/desktop/multiple-desktops-on-one-linux-pc-now-thats-greedy/.
For some reason file managers give an error when you access trash icon with sudo (caja and thunar do that also). Also there is a chance that trash permissions has changed (never run file managers and gui applications in general with sudo, use gksu or pkexec instead) and maybe that's why you can't empty trash with no sudo rights. In order to be sure, delete ...
You can install the package libcanberra-gtk3-module (libcanberra-gtk-module for older Firefox versions built without GTK 3 support) to get rid of this error. It doesn't require a desktop environment, just some libraries for ALSA, GTK, and X11 support. I find it weird that the firefox package doesn't depend on that if Firefox cannot run without it. I ...
Simply installing libcanberra-gtk3-module fixed the problem. sudo apt-get install libcanberra-gtk3-module libcanberra-gtk-module if using an old browser without gtk3 support. (credit to @David Foerster who suggested this in comments) If you're going to use other GUI applications you might want to consider LXDE instead as suggested in Anonymint's ...
Take a look at my script, TextSuggest. In action: Installation: Install the following packages: xdotool xclip suckless-tools (for dmenu) Then assign 2 keyboard shortcuts: one to `python3 /path/to/TextSuggest.py --noselect the other to python3 /path/to/TextSuggest.py The first one will simply provide a searchable list of all words. Use the second ...
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