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For simplicity let's assume superusers are in group adm and regular users aren't. Let's assume you don't want regular to run evince and eog. In that case you would change the owner group of the executables of those programs to adm, and sudo chgrp adm /usr/bin/evince /usr/bin/eog revoke read and execution rights of the “other” class, so that only the ...


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Looks as if the problem magically fixed itself, after using this for the last few days the errors went away with no changes made and my desktop is back to normal. i have no idea why.


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I have switched all my gaming on my outdated laptop (hp pavilion dv6 1253cl) from windows 7 to ubuntu using the LXDE desktop. It put me just over the gap to get 60fps in league of legends and never crash. Usually if you're building an actual gaming pc this amount of ram and hard disk space you save is inconsequential, but being a guy who is relatively ...


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Try to: Restore default settings Execute the following commands in terminal, one at time. gconftool --shutdown sudo killall -r -I gconf sudo killall -r -I dconf rm -rf .compiz* .gconf* .config/dconf/ .config/compiz* Be aware that above commands will remove any settings or configuration you've done already. Keyboard layouts (if any) will also be removed. ...


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This is a problem with your graphics cards and tearing. It is hard (if even possible) to fix this. There are workarounds, though. First off, disable your Skydome. That should repair this bug. At the very least, disable the animation feature. Secondly, make sure your graphics drivers are up-to-date. This doesn't apply to you, as you have an Intel card. It ...


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This seems like that your graphic card driver is not up-to-date, or it has some bugs or conflicts with other software. It can also be the graphic card itself; one time I blew up some capacitors on my graphic card, it started showing smudges like this for few days and then died completely.


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CDE - The Common Desktop Environment is X Windows desktop environment that was commonly used on commercial UNIX variants such as Sun Solaris, HP-UX and IBM AIX. Developed between 1993 and 1999, it has now been released under an Open Source licence by The Open Group. CDE project has detailed build instructions in their wiki. My understanding is ...


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It does not appear to be packaged in the Ubuntu archives or in any PPAs, so you will need to build it from source, or create a PPA and package it yourself, to be able to install it, currently.



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