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To get icons back I would try running customize look and feel from the prefrences and customize look and feel and click on the icon theme tab to get some working icons. Also run desktop prefrences from prefrences and try to select an image for new wallpaper. Also maybe try installing lubuntu artwork. One other possiblity is you are logged into the open box ...


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Open your desktop file virtualbox.desktop via sudo nano /usr/share/applications/virtualbox.desktop and have a look at the line Icon=… In my case Icon=virtualbox This means, if your current icon theme has an icon with the name virtualbox.*, eg in my case % find /usr/share/icons/Numix-Circle/ -iname 'virtualbox.*' ...


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Run this command to set Nemo as your default file manager: xdg-mime default nemo.desktop inode/directory application/x-gnome-saved-search Source : http://www.fandigital.com/2013/01/set-nemo-default-file-manager-ubuntu.html


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This is what I had to do, Navigate to /home/shashwat/.config/plank/dock1 Open the file settings Find these lines, #Whether to show the item for the dock itself. ShowDockItem=false Change ShowDockItem to true and save file.


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sudo apt-get install alsa-base* indicator-sound* libcanberra-pulse* osspd* osspd-pulseaudio* pulseaudio* pulseaudio-module-bluetooth* pulseaudio-module-x11* unity-control-center* unity-control-center-signon* webaccounts-extension-common* xul-ext-webaccounts* see this link by Mythux See how to bring back


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libappindicator1 may be the answer but in many cases it isn't. The following has been submitted to www.dropbox.com as a bug but linux users don't appear to be a high priority. In dropbox's preferences, if you check Start Dropbox on system startup, the daemon will start and dropbox will be working in the background, but the icon will not appear. This is ...


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You can do that really simply over the GUI with a program called alacratz. Here's a pretty simple how-to. Bottom chapter is what your looking for http://develop.alpdesigns.ch/pages/linux/add_exe_program_to_linux.html


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I have no idea what you've done or how you have installed firefox as there is no standard desktop file. Maybe you have removed Firefox earlier. Therefore re-install firefox sudo apt-get install --reinstall firefox Then, if still not the correct icon appears, remove the starter and add the starter again.


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Check the output of the command below to list all installed images by the packages google-chrome-stable, google-chrome-unstable, google-chrome-beta dpkg -l | awk '/google-chrome-/ {print $2}' | xargs -i'{}' dpkg -L {} | grep -P 'png|jpg' Example output /opt/google/chrome-beta/product_logo_32.png /opt/google/chrome-beta/product_logo_22.png ...


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On my Ubuntu install, I see a bunch of icons here /usr/share/icons/hicolor/XXxXX/apps/google-chrome.png Where XXxXX are as follows 128x128 16x16 192x192 22x22 24x24 256x256 32x32 36x36 48x48 512x512 64x64 72x72 I would say the ones you need to modify are probably one these sizes 16x16 ...


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The icons are stored in compressed files in the folder /usr/share/libreoffice/share/config EG 2256 -rw-r--r-- 1 2308309 Aug 4 15:01 images_galaxy.zip 488 -rw-r--r-- 1 496912 Aug 4 15:01 images_sifr.zip 7268 -rw-r--r-- 1 7440250 Aug 4 15:01 images_tango.zip The icons you can see depends on your selected icon theme. The package name of such a theme ...


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For the random site issue, it's going to be in your home area, under ~/.local/share/applications. You will probably find some strangley named ones in there - for example chrome-gbchcmhmhahfdphkhkmpfmihenigjmpp-Default.desktop. I'd suggest not removing them - they're for your extensions. However, if you see one with the name of the site that lauches, do ...


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All you have to do is install libappindicator1, use the following command : sudo apt-get install libappindicator1 Restart may necessary.


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There are two questions here, the first is about the icon; this is actually provided by the app data package which has a pre-set number of defined icons. You can find it in: /usr/share/app-install/icons/ But it won't help you put an icon in the software center. No custom packages have icons in the software center. The second is about the screenshot. ...


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I cannot vouch for the safety (in terms of Tor's purposes and goals) of the next solution, but this is what I did in my own case. I suppose that you already have tor browser registered as an app in your system, but if you don't than run this command from the directory containing the unpacked stuff, it must be something like: ~/tor-browser_en-US And run ...


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Hi I have the same problem, (unpinned anchor icon) and another one (No transparent background). 1. unpinned anchor icon I unpinned the anchor icon from plank, and now I want to bring it back. 2. Not transparent background Second problem, I run together plank and compton at autostart, however the plank background is gray and not transparent, alhtough I had ...


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From Settings -> Displays; There is a place that named "Scale for menu and title bars" or "UI scale" You can use there. One more option unity-tweak-tool; To install; sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool To Run from terminal ; unity-tweak-tool


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The icon size settings for the desktop are the same as for the icon size in Nautilus for Icon View Defaults. For smaller or bigger sizes, use the next steps Right Click the desktop icon Select Resize Icon… Left Click the resize handlers at the edges of the wire frame Resize the icon You can restore the original size with Right Click the desktop ...


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Press ALT and hold it and try to move the window upwards so that you can reach the controls.


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reinstalling unity will do it for you. you can do it by going to a terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T then copy past this to it. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get install --reinstall unity this should solve your problem because KDE have broken your unity,


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You could try putting them on a diet, however this may work better than that: ;-) Open the Preferences menu via the Files menu Set the Default zoom level to Small Close the Nautilus Window and open another one Default Small


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No, currently there is no way to do that. There is no option in any tweak tool or in the dconf-configuration. I would say, the app indicator panel with the current behavior isn't the final design. Maybe in the future, there is a configuration option for that. As a workaround you could try the GNOME extension Appindicator Support, but you have to change the ...


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First purge the PPA and whatever you installed for your old cinnamon. Then use this command to add this letscape PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lestcape/cinnamon Use this to install cinnamon and some beautiful extras: sudo apt-get -y update sudo apt-get install cinnamon mint-themes This works perfect for me, Hope to work for you.


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This issue has been fixed in the latest Cinnamon versions. You can upgrade Cinnamon using a PPA like sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gwendal-lebihan-dev/cinnamon-nightly Install the cinnamon with: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install cinnamon and then the issue should be fixed... Oh and BTW: The icon pack is actually missing in that screenshot, if you ...



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