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First you need the KDE's "System settings" application by installing systemsettings from the Software Center. Search the dash for System settings and launch it . Then make the following changes: under Style → Applications → Widget style, select GTK+ under Colors, select the colours to match your GTK theme or download the Ambiance colour scheme . under ...
If chat is starting at login, you can open the settings window from the contacts list, go to the "General" section, and uncheck "Restore last presence on login". That doesn't disable the instant messaging icon in the panel (it just shows "offline" when it's not running). To get rid of the icon, right-click an empty space in the system tray (e.g. between ...
Go to System Settings -> Startup and Shutdown (in the System Administration section) -> Session Management. Change the On Login option at the bottom to Start with an empty session, and then click Apply.
It might be a little late but I just found out an easier method, in case anyone ever wonders in the future. Go to "System Settings -> Startup and Shutdown -> Background Services". In the lower box which is labeled "Startup Services" you will be able to check and uncheck services in the "Use" column. Uncheck "Accounts" if you want to disable the Instant ...
Here's a link to "relational", which is a GUI-based relational algebra application. According to the site, it is an "educational tool" so I'm not sure if it's exactly what you're looking for or not. You should be able to install it by running the following command from a terminal session: sudo apt-get install relational
Maybe Sage has some capabilities that would be useful to you? It's a multi-purpose CAS. If not, here is a thick report on Relational Algebra that I couldn't make heads or tails of---not even to figure out where the software that the author is talking about is available.
try sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends kubuntu-desktop
The https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MetaPackages is telling: kde-base: This metapackage includes the nucleus of KDE, namely the minimal package set necessary to run KDE as a desktop environment. This includes the window manager, taskbar, control center, a text editor, file manager, web browser, X terminal emulator, and many other programs and ...
mp4's can be easily edited using both kdenlive and openshot. If you use kdenlive you may be in the need to have KDE's theme properly configured in order to avoid problems with the menus and other program's items while at work. I personally prefer the usage of kdenlive. Transcoding can also be done inside of both these NLES. Or by following one of this ...
Mark has answered this question here: http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/568 " System settings and prefs, however, have long been a cause of friction between Qt and Gtk. Integration with system settings and preferences is critical to the sense of an application “belonging” on the system. It affects the ability to manage that application using the ...
You can run android x86 on virtual box. Android x86 can also run as standalone operating system on x86 computers. Here is android x86 and VirtualBox
Here's a list of the dependencies from Utopic. They're all available in Vivid, so I'm not sure why kdegames is gone. http://packages.ubuntu.com/utopic/kdegames bomber (>= 4:4.11.3) arcade spaceship game bovo (>= 4:4.11.3) gomoku (five in line) board game granatier (>= 4:4.11.3) Bomberman clone kapman (>= 4:4.11.3) Pac-Man clone katomic (>= 4:4.11.3) ...
They are supposed to be in your '/home/username/' they are hidden directories with a . in front of them. I am just not sure whether they were just in '/home/username/.kate' or in '/home/username/.kde/applications/' But I am 100% sure that they are in you '/home/username/' directory. You could just try to copy your entire home to your new system. That would ...
Got an answer in the Kubuntu Forums by oshunluvr. Here it is: I believe they're all in /home/USERNAME/.kde/share/config and /home/USERNAME/.kde/share/apps. Most of the configs are named PROGRAMrc, like katerc for kate and so on. The ../apps directory contains add-ons like skins and plugins.
Try running sudo apt-get update first and then do the installation.
Screenie ? https://code.google.com/p/screenie/ Screenie a small tool to allow you to compose a fancy and stylish screenshots. It is cross-platform (for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X) and very easy to use. You will have an impressive screenshot in just one minute! ...
It can be a bit of a tradeoff between where you want to save time. Kdenlive is a perfectly respectable editor, if you were looking to try out alternatives then you could also try cinelerra or PiTiVi. Kino is useful for simple edits but can quickly get out of its depth. The problem is that mp4 is a compressed format (hence it fits on the camera smart card), ...
Press Ctrl + M to get your menu bar back. The menu would likely be "Setting" => "Show Menubar".
I think that the Kate /1/, /2/ is using the kdialog's /3/ open/save /4/. There is an open bug(/wish) report: Bug 262551 - By changing the keyboard shortcut to view hidden files in dolphin, in the window "open file" remains unchanged (Alt+.) /5/. So it seems that the "Alt+." shortcut is not configurable with the kdialog's open/save. Links: ...
Breakout themes are: /usr/share/kde4/apps/kbreakout/themes/ or if you have the sources : .../kbreakout/themes/ Inside of the svgz ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SVG ) pictures. apt-cache show inkscape Description: vector-based drawing program Inkscape loads and saves a subset of the SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format, a standard maintained by the ...
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