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Moving/resizing windows by 1px Assuming you are using Unity, the script below moves or resizes windows by 1 px. The script can be run with 8 different arguments. Depending on the move/re-size options you want to use, you can add the commands to a shortcut key combination. An overview of options and the corresponding commands below: ...
First, install compizconfig-settings-manager. Then open it up by calling ccsm Then, there is a keyboard shortcut plugin. You need to enable this plugin and set the plugin here. Unity itself is a compiz plugin so when the settings in Unity don't work, they usually do in compiz as that is the main engine.
If you cannot access the Keyboard settings from the GUI, try running this command: sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration You can find more info here To boot as root, at grub select "Advanced options for Ubuntu" then boot in "Recovery mode". At the "Recovery Menu", you can choose "Drop to a root shell propmpt": If your keyboard is working, ...
Being on Log On screen, press Ctrl+Alt+F1 and it will take you to Terminal Screen. In the terminal screen, type the login name and password. Type the command, sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration. Press Ctrl+Alt+F7 to get back to GUI mode. Now, you can login as usually it was before.
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