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It seems for an icon theme to let Nautilus display the contents of plain text files as thumbnails, its sub-directory for mime types, which might be named, for example, mimes or mimetypes should have a file named text-x-preview.icon (along with an icon file named text-x-preview.png or text-x-preview.svg, etc. serving as a backdrop for the file contents ...
It appears that pi-rho's PPA has a broken build of Vim. Until this is fixed, it might be best to use another PPA, or no PPA at all. As an alternative, try the Vim Daily builds PPA, which apparently hasn't been updated in the last couple of weeks, but is still pretty current.
Can I just install Ubuntu Gnome 14.10 over it and don't lose any data from my /home ? No. Very simple: even a small error could render your system unusable with just a grub recovery prompt or not even that. Nobody can predict a power failure. Or you pressing the reset button or pulling a cord from the machine. You never mess with desktop enviroments, ...
1.Make a separate home partition,you’ll have to create a new partition (which may require resizing your existing partitions). 2.Copy the files from your existing home directory to that partition(/home) And its safer to install any new distro you want.
Add this line to your ~/.bash_aliases: alias opn='gnome-open'
It is well described in the Gnome wiki, quoting: You can do this with the GSettings key, org.gnome.shell.enabled-extensions, or several tools that manipulate this GSettings key, such as GNOME Tweak Tool or a recent version of gnome-shell-extension-tool. If you invoke gnome-shell-extension-tool --help, you will see that it is capable of enabling and ...
So I'm not entirely sure this is exactly what you want to do but I'm having the same problem so I resorted to CLI: certutil -d sql:$HOME/.pki/nssdb -A -t "C,," -n <certificate nickname> -i <certificate filename> Make sure you have libnss3-tools installed sudo apt-get install libnss3-tools This worked like a charm for me. It doesn't solve ...
I think these commands should do the trick: echo '#!/bin/bash' | sudo tee /bin/cursorspeed echo 'xinput set-prop 9 258 .3' | sudo tee -a /bin/cursorspeed sudo chmod +x /bin/cursorspeed Finally, search for the "startup applications" app. Click add and fill in the name: cursorspeed, command: cursorspeed, and you can leave comment blank or add a comment. ...
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