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This is easy and functional, found it for me! :) Replace the command application in your launcher (/usr/share/applications/yourapplication.desktop) with the follow: Exec=sh -c "pkexec command && true" Example, this found it me: In the terminal command put: sudo vim /usr/share/applications/xdiagnose.desktop And edit the application.desktop that ...


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Create or modify ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css .header-bar.default-decoration { padding-top: 3px; padding-bottom: 3px; border: none; background-image: linear-gradient(to bottom, shade(@theme_bg_color, 1.05), shade(@theme_bg_color, 0.99)); box-shadow: inset 0 1px shade(@theme_bg_color, 1.4); } ...


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Use: timedatectl status | grep "Time zone" Without the grep you get a lot more of information.


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Regarding Firefox After visiting the Gnome Extension page you have to allow the plugin execution - otherwise your Gnome Session will not be recognized. Therefor click on the plugin icon to the left of the Firefox addressbar and allow the execution.


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To be honest it would be better to back up for files and all config files in the Home folder and do a fresh install of Ubunutu. If not try this: Start by running this command: Uninstall just ubuntu-gnome-desktop sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-gnome-desktop This will remove just the ubuntu-gnome-desktop package itself. Uninstall ubuntu-gnome-desktop and ...


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There has been an update on the chrome-gnome-shell site which may have resolved the issue: https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GnomeShellIntegrationForChrome/Installation This was what I first tried unsuccessfully because the ne0sight repository was sending a 404 "Page not found" reply. This time it worked so my fingers are crossed that I will not see the ...


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1. Get back to a working desktop Ctrl+Alt+F1 and log in. mv .config/dconf/user{,-old} exit Alt+F7 back to the gdm login screen and log in. All your settings are gone, but at least you're back to your desktop. 2. Dump your old settings Start a Terminal. echo "user-db:user-old" >db_profile DCONF_PROFILE=~/db_profile dconf dump / >old_settings ...


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Open a terminal - to do that press Ctrl + Alt + T - and execute the following command : sudo apt-get purge totem totem-plugins


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The easiest way is to install ubuntu-gnome-desktop This will give you the same system as if you were to install Ubuntu Gnome. You could also just download the Ubuntu Gnome ISO but it will be a much smaller download to just install the desktop. Doing it this way, will pull in the needed dependencies for Ubuntu and avoid any issues. One caveat: When you ...


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It seems this is a know issue - see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dolphin/+bug/1509562 and https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kubuntu-meta/+bug/1450068


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A simpler solution (if anybody look at this thread): Create a new user Log in with the new user and try to change your desktop settings or whatever you need to change (don't use many programs, only the necessary ones). If everything works, then logout. Log in with your old user and launch gksudo nautilus in terminal (ctrl+alt+t). If gksudo is not found you ...



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