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Greeter/Login Screen I end up looking how the nm-applet works. I tracked it down, as it seems hard coded in unity-greeter. This modification make it appear in the greeting screen after boot or logoff (but not in the lock screen). Download source and build dependencies sudo apt-get build-dep unity-greeter apt-get source unity-greeter Add spawn function ...


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I've built a simple Slack.com unofficial client (called ScudCloud), which displays native notifications, launcher wobbling, count of unread messages and channels quicklist: Install To install it, open a Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and run: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:rael-gc/scudcloud sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install scudcloud


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One way that I have tried in Ubuntu 14.04 using LightDM (Default); Using Some config files stored in /usr/share/unity/indicators/ Let's say you want to hide keyboard indicator: Open corresponding file for editing sudo nano /usr/share/unity/indicators/com.canonical.indicator.keyboard Comment object paths for the mode you want to hide in, example this ...


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Synapse Indicator Indicator Synapse, a search indicator made by Tom Beckmann for elementary OS. The indicator is similar to Mac OS Spotlight. It creates virtual index of files and items which are on the system. It is designed to access files and items quickly. It also has ability to search in online dictionary/knowledge engine (WolframAlpha) and web. To ...


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Here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2276023 posted the solution worked for me finally on 15.04. sudo apt-get install sni-qt:i386 Then need to restart Skype.


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Unlike solutions posted elsewhere, you do not need to download an icon from the Internet. This solution creates an appropriately sized monochrome icon from the existing Spotify indicator icon already installed on your system. Here is a picture of the new monochrome Spotify indicator icon. Create Monochrome Icon Make a backup of the original ...


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After spending lot of efforts, I've found two solutions: 1. Wine Install wine to run IPMsg.exe on ubuntu. But it has a problem while transferring files. Ubuntu system can only receive files form IPMsg if its running using wine. While sending files from Ubuntu to Windows based IPMsg it will show 0KB file size and it will not allow you to receive any files. ...


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Indicator Netspeed Unity Category: System Information Shows the incoming and outgoing network traffic. Significantly modified Netspeed Indicator. Features: Four display modes of traffic. Shows how much has been downloaded and uploaded data for the current session. Added "Settings" menu. It is possible to change the prefix (KiB/kB/kb), the icon theme, ...


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I found that my power indicator had simply crashed. Executing the following in a terminal restarted it in no time: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/indicator-power/indicator-power-service &


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Indicator Systemtray Unity for Ubuntu 14.04 - 15.04 Category: System Indicator, when clicked, shows the tray. Also there is a display mode "separately from the indicator" - on top of the panel like a dock. In this mode, the position can be changed by scrolling the mouse over the indicator. To change the mode position: press the middle mouse button on ...


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Crypt-folder Indicator With Crypt-Folder you can manage EncFS folders via this indicator, You can mount, unmount EncFS folders, create new EncFS folders, stores the password in Gnome Key-ring and mounts it at login, change existing EncFS folders password. To install Cryptfolder indicator in Ubuntu: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:atareao/atareao sudo apt-get ...


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Coming with different approach: $ pstree init─┬─... ├─lightdm─┬─Xorg │ ├─lightdm─┬─lightdm-greeter───unity-greeter───4*[{unity-greeter}] ... $ dpkg -L unity-greeter ... /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/com.canonical.unity-greeter.gschema.xml ... $ more /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/com.canonical.unity-greeter.gschema.xml ... <key ...


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Just remove all items from indicator. Go to: Preferences->Indicator-items and remove all entries. Works on 15.05.


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Open a terminal and run: lpstat -R from the pre-installed cups-client package. Sample output with 2 jobs: 0 XP-202-203-206-Series-27 ciro 1024 Wed 22 Apr 2015 12:44:38 PM CEST 1 XP-202-203-206-Series-28 ciro 1024 Wed 22 Apr 2015 12:49:08 PM CEST Jobs disappear once done. Other possibilities: visit ...


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What you seem to be looking for is called "Apparent solar time" and will not be part of the OS. You may be able to use a Search Engine to locate an application or algorithm that will help you calculate this based on GPS coordinate. I did a quick check on Google and saw that the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration has a web page at ...


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You can do this by using dconf-tools. So open a terminal and type: sudo apt-get install dconf-tools Now, open dconf tools and go to com -> canonical -> indicator -> datetime Change the value of time-format to custom and change the value of custom-time-format to %F %A. This will hide the time and display date as YYYY-mm-dd <full weekday name>. ...


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Using the command line: dconf write /com/canonical/indicator/datetime/time-format "'custom'" dconf write /com/canonical/indicator/datetime/custom-time-format "'%a %d %h'" For the datetime format, please refer to the strftime() syntax. To reset the settings: dconf reset /com/canonical/indicator/datetime/time-format dconf reset ...


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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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What you search is the LST (Local Solar Time) or local sideral time, and you can use an online page to see it. As the OP found, there is the sunclock application which you can install with sudo apt-get install sunclock Run it (sunclock from the command line) and after you have resized the normally tiny window, you can switch from "map" mode to a ...


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There is a bug with lubuntu vivid in bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-power-manager/+bug/1446247 That it does not show in the panel but there is another indicator with right clicking on the panel panel settings click on the panel applets tab click the add button and add battery monitor is the easiest workaround. If you don't want to ...


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I tried the above solutions, and they didn't work properly for me. I also did a bunch of other things and I think the trick was: dconf reset -f /com/canonical/indicator/power/ pkill -f indicator-power-service After I fully restarted, the indicator seemed to work without issue, no need for the cron job! BTW, on a side note, "acpi -V | grep ...


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Try using the Indicator Systemtray Unity (for Ubuntu 14.04 - 15.04): Indicator, when clicked, shows the tray. Also there is a display mode "separately from the indicator" - on top of the panel like a dock. In this mode, the position can be changed by scrolling the mouse over the indicator. To change the mode position: press the middle mouse button on ...


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nm-applet disappeared from the Unity menu bar on a recent install of Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS. This may have happened after an apt-get upgrade and a reboot. The solution that worked for me was mentioned in the comments of another post. Some people resolved similar issues by installing/reinstalling libappindicator. I guess Unity moved from status icons to ...


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Start by clicking on it and choose Settings. Then check Always Hide and you're done.


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Indicator-xkbmod Category: Accessibility Keyboard modifiers state indicator for Ubuntu Unity desktop. Unity lacks such accessibility tools which most likely needed when sticky keys is activated. Icon Mode Label Mode Daily Build: To install add PPA sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sneetsher/one sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-xkbmod


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Tomboy Notes Indicator Tomboy is a desktop note-taking application which is simple and easy to use. It lets you organise your notes intelligently by allowing you to easily link ideas together with Wiki style interconnects. To install Tomboy Notes Indicator in Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install tomboy


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If blacklisting doesn't work you can - Open Rb > Tools > Plugins Scroll down, find & disable the Mpris Dbus.. plugin, close Rb Then in dconf editor remove rhythmbox.desktop from interested-media-players, a log out/in may then be required, may not.


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Try the following: upower --enumerate ...and detect the battery canonical name. After that, you can issue: upower -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT0 (change with your name). This will give you the full statistics of the battery. If it's old, you can have a maximum capacity different form 100%: energy-full: 44.69 Wh ...


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This is how to hide/show some of them: Sound gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.sound visible false gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.sound visible true or dconf write /com/canonical/indicator/sound/visible false dconf write /com/canonical/indicator/sound/visible true Keyboard Layout gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.keyboard visible false ...


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Install 1.5.0 version of xfce4-power-manager, xfce4-power-manager-data and xfce4-power-manager-plugins from the launchpad site. Open the terminal and; Follow the ppa instructions to correctly add the ppa for 15.04, then run: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade Note: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade will also upgrade other packages. Be careful. run ...



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