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after reinstalling KDE, everything is fine sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop


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It's a Qt 5.5.x bug: https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-48321 You'll have to disable the "Integrate video in interface" option in Tools -> Preferences -> Interface until it's fixed.


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It might be that your update changed VLC's choice of video output, or broke the one VLC was using. Luckily, there are few you can try: Go to Tools->Preferences (If the menus are hidden behind a video gone wild, stop playback, or start vlc from menu or terminal without specifying a file to be played back) In the bottom left of the Preferences windows, ...


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Edit ~/.kde/share/config/startupconfig sudo gedit ~/.kde/share/config/startupconfig and add the following line: kcminputrc_mouse_cursorsize="20" Now save the file and everything is hopefully fine. source


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Week and month names in calendars are usually controlled by the LC_TIME environment variable, so you need to change that. This command sets/changes LC_TIME in the /etc/default/locale file: sudo update-locale LC_TIME=fr_FR.UTF-8 At next login, weeks/months will hopefully be displayed in French. Edit: The Problem is related to this bug. As suggested inside ...


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Just minor clarification on Tatu's answer as I didn't manage to use the solution because there were more than one X server started and $(pidof kded4) gives more than 1 pid. Instead one can use: ( eval $(grep -z '^DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS' /proc/$(pgrep -u $USER plasma-overlay)/environ); export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS; kquitapp plasma-overlay ) Solution ...


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To get just the plasma environment (on 12.04 and newer): sudo apt-get install plasma-desktop It worked fine for me on 15.10


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2016-02 I also had my icons disappear. Fixed it by going to "System Settings -> Appearance" and selecting a theme, the setting was blank.


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I found a "solution". By default the environment variable QT_QPA_PLATFORMTHEME is being set to appmenu-qt5. Exporting kde instead fixes the problem if you try to start programs via Terminal. However even adding this to .xinitrc or something else, this will just get overridden (probably by the plugin). Meaning the changes won't be permanent. ...


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Installing libqt5xcbqpa5 helped me: sudo apt install libqt5xcbqpa5 Rant: looks to me this was semi-intentional -- J. Riddell must be happy now.


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The issue here is a lack of 32bit support on your system, Steam is a 32bit application (hence i386 in the package names), you should enable 32bit support on your 64bit system, then install steam, so it can use 32bit packages. Open a terminal and run sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get install steam If you still get that same error, you need to ...


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Found a solution in duplicate question here. Just run this in terminal: sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libgl1-mesa-dri-lts-utopic:i386 libgl1-mesa-glx-lts-utopic:i386 If you're on 14.04.3 or greater using Hardware Enablement Stack (kernel 3.19) run this instead: sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libgl1-mesa-dri-lts-vivid:i386 ...


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This seems to be a bug in 15.10. Creating a normal wifi connection first using Network Manager and then changing the mode to ap in the corresponding configuration file /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/<wifi-hotspot> makes it work. (Replace with the name of your connection) ...


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It's fixed now. Maybe these were some cache issues.


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After some investigations, I found a way for that using command line. If Jovie is working correctly with espeak and libttspico-utils is installed. on konsole type ~$ spd-conf and answer the default answer for each question. This will create a conf file in ~/.config/speech-dispatcher/speechd.conf edit this file and uncomment the line containing ...


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Exactly same scenario as you since updates yesterday, and exactly same problem. Can't find a solution anywhere.


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No KDE5 There are: KDE Frameworks 5 (KF5) Plasma 5 KDE Applications So the services are at: kf5-config --path services The new KF5 service menus are at: ~/.local/share/kservices5/ServiceMenus/ and /usr/share/kservices5/ServiceMenus/ More of the KF5 paths: Kubuntu Forums - KF5 Service Menus - ...


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So far I don't know a way to "downgrade" the KDE Version of kubuntu 15.10 to KDE4. Depending of what kind of problems you have you can try to upgrade to Plasma 5.4.3 and KDE Applications 15.08.3 with adding the ppa ppa:kubuntu-ppa/ppa see kubuntu news sudo apt-add-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/ppa As an alternative you can give Linux Mint 17.3 KDE a try. ...


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your question is little bit confusing. i think you are looking for this if you cant open your windows partition then simply disable fastboot in your windows 10. go to control panel select power option. the in right select Choose what the power buttons do. Then click Change settings that are currently unavailable and enter password if needed. uncheck Turn ...


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User Base says: Now you can continue on and create a Talker. Select the tab Talker from the Text-to-Speech Control Module and click Add. Select which language and synthesizer to use. You will need to have a voice installed to use Festival, you can configure this afterwards by selecting the Edit button. Jovie should now be setup and you can test it ...


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Try this: sudo apt-get purge plymouth-theme-kubuntu-* sudo apt-get install --reinstall plymouth-theme-ubuntu-logo


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I found a solution, sort of. By using the latest pre-built binary package. https://userbase.kde.org/Kdenlive/Manual/Installation#Installing_from_pre-built_binary_packages Quite simple, I just downloaded the latest package, opened it in the archive manager, and dragged the extracted folder with all the necessary files, as a subfolder under the kdenlive ...


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I had the same problem. After reading this: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=194875, I noted that I had a ~/.config/konsolerc.lock file. After removing it, konsole works perfectly.


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You'll have no problem to run and finish the command. You'll also be able to work with KDE programs already opened further. But you should be prepared for problems. For this reason, logging out of the KDE session and change to tty1: Ctrl+Alt+F1 Login and run your deinstallation. aptitude runs autoremove per default automatically, but you should run sudo ...



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