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It could be done by editing the file: /usr/lib/mate-menu/mate-menu.py then adding one line: self.toggleMenu() # added by me for me it was lines 547-549, watch out for indentions, 8 empty spaces before the third line, it should look like that: def enter_notify(self, applet, event): self.do_image(self.buttonIcon, True) ...


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The new GNOME Games app is a frontend for many games. Unfortunately, it's not been packaged for Debian or Ubuntu yet.


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Follow the path from: KDE Button > System Settings > Application and System Notifications From here drill a little deeper: Manage Notifications > Applications > Event Source > KDE Workspace Scroll down to 'Login' and from there you can select a new sound. The screenshot below illustrates this on my own system:


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This is not a bug. The menu is for you to select a folder. Not a single file. You select the folder and when you click on Open, thumbnails of the images in that folder are created in the left window. You can then select any thumbnail you like and it automatically becomes the background image.


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Got an error trying to post an answer... 30 characters required minium to answer, but 6 really only needed to answer. ps -Aa


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There are 2 possible methods for fixing this issue, best tried in the order given here: Ensure Tumbler is installed: sudo apt-get install tumbler tumbler-plugins-extra Generate a new config file by closing Thunar and then running: mv ~/.config/Thunar ~/.config/Thunar.bak and then reopening Thunar. This will generate a new, default configuration file. ...


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You can pass the password to sudo from the standard input, like this: echo 'yourpassword' | sudo -S yourcommand Using -S tells sudo to read the password from stdin, which comes from the echo 'yourpassword' bit. You could also edit visudo, so that sudo will never prompt for the password, either only for your specific comand, or always. Warning: storing ...


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Qualcomm Snapdragon based development boards are available with ubuntu/debian OS supports. More info.


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Samba is a demon, you don't start it. It's running in the background. If you want to share files or access files simply use nautilus To use the system config gui you need to have gksu installed: sudo apt-get install gksu


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Problem: At the moment there is no way to get rid of this extraordinarily annoying bug! This issue has been pottering along for several years, witness the following 2 inter-related bug reports: Launchpad 2011: Status Bar Covers File Name at Bottom Gnome Bugzilla 2011: Tooltip display for last item makes item uneditable (when not using status bar) You ...


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Ubuntu 15.04 and later uses runlevel 5 (called as graphical.target) as its default graphical target. Earlier versions before 15.04 used the runlevel 2 as its default graphical mode. Runlevels in Ubuntu 15.04+ ┌─────────┬───────────────────┐ │Runlevel │ Target │ ├─────────┼───────────────────┤ │0 │ poweroff │ ├────...


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If you installed the desktop version of Ubuntu, a graphical user interface should be started by default. If you installed Ubuntu server, you would have to install various packages to get a graphical user interface. Perhaps the easiest would be to install the Ubuntu desktop meta-package: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop If you have a Ubuntu desktop ...


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Hi guys after a little research I wanted to share an answer too! Some more info can be found here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ServerGUI. I assume you start with a clean install of Ubuntu Server 16.04 (some modifications may be needed for older versions of Ubuntu). Depending on your needs you can do these: Minimal GUI: sudo apt install xorg sudo apt ...


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Two additional options you can use in SSH connection Port forwarding X11 Forwarding Say a newly install application has a web administration interface that can only be accessed via localhost by default. You can forward communications via ssh. Additionally, you can install a web browser on the server and use x11 forwarding to transmit the application ...


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I assume you have a clean install of Ubuntu Server. The apt command is equivalent to apt-get. I've tested all myself (except the first one). If you want a remote desktop like vnc server, you will need at least 3,4,5 or 6. See more info here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ServerGUI Run GUI applications without GUI sudo apt install xauth Then any gui ...


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You can install desktop environments with sudo apt --no-install-recommends install lubuntu-desktop. This would be very lightweight Thanks to Nick Weinberg from the comments: sudo apt install --no-install-recommends lubuntu-core should be better


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you can also try a SAAS solution for managing iptables -> https://www.efw.io/Forum it can do AWS cloud integration also.


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Hit CtrlH in the home directory in order to show the invisible directories. Find .scilab and browse to .scilab/scilab-5.5.0/atoms/. When you're inside this directory, create a new folder called sciFLT. Now, if you have the module downloaded in to your computer, paste it into this new folder you've just created (you can download it here). Now, with your ...


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Calling the queue window in one double-click Couldn't resist automating the job in a .desktop file in a scandalously dirty hack. Install xdotool sudo apt-get install xdotool Copy the code below into an empty file, save it as printerqueue.desktop Then either keep it on your desktop and make it excutable, or save it in ~/.local/share/applications To ...


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In addition to the "Printers" application, there is a CUPS web interface that can be used to view and manage printers and print jobs on your computer. Open a web browser and point it to http://localhost:631 and the print interface should appear.


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This is somewhat hidden in the GUI, but accessible through a keyboard shortcut: Press the Ubuntu logo on the launcher bar, type printers, open the Printers app. While in the Printers app, press Ctrl + F. A list of jobs will appear. From this list one can manage jobs, delete them, etc. I've tested this on Ubuntu 14.04 and on Lubuntu 16.04 with Unity. I ...


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You cannot open a program on your display from cron. Any job you wish to run via cron must not require any services of a logged in user session, including a valid display to place GUI apps on.


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The crontab may use a different user than you. When you say cd ~/path/to/file you are directing the file from your own user directory by using ~. You should use the absolute path which is in your case: cd /home/yourusername/path/to/file


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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 ...


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Well first I must say all the credits must go to our friend "bc2946088" who gave the vital clue, thank you again dude. As he said I ran the sudo dpkg-reconfigure maas-region-controller command and changed the auto detected ip to 10.1.1.100. I also on the local PC from which I ssh to the maas, ran the route -p ADD 10.1.1.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 172.16.63.100 ...



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