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My solution is cp /usr/share/apps/ksysguard/ProcessTable.sgrd /home/YOUR_USER/.kde4/share/apps/ksysguard/ProcessTable.sgrd


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You need to create the file yourself and add the commands to it. Just leaving this here in case anyone other noob misunderstands what they are supposed to do :) Add these commands to an empty text file, and save it in /etc/profile.d and name it kwin.sh. If it doesn't work immediately, restart you're computer, it should fix any tearing you may have :) ...


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Solution: After a deep web search using google, I found a tool called pdftk. How to install pdftk?: sudo apt-get install pdftk then created a file containing the following information: InfoKey: Title Value: New Title And saved it in the same location the pdf is, then I ran in a terminal (in the pdf's location): pdftk File.pdf update_info ...


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Try opening terminal (doesn't matter which, even tty1 will do) and run this line sudo update-alternatives --config x-terminal-emulator You will be presented with choice of the default terminal emulator for x window. Choose one by selecting number, and reboot after you're done. $ sudo update-alternatives --config x-terminal-emulator There are 6 choices for ...


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The error dialog is due to the fix of bug #678421, so it's my fault. ;) It tells you about errors due to some command(s) in one of your configuration files. If you scroll to the top, you can see which file is causing the error messages. Possibly Serg's answer is sufficient to get rid of the warning dialog. Edit: Would like to add a couple of things due to ...


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What ultimately worked for me was to check whether the shell was an interactive shell. I based the solution on this other post at unix.stackexchange: How to check if a shell is login/interactive/batch. So the code for the solution was: if [[ $- == *i* ]]; then fgRed=$(tput setaf 1) ; fgGreen=$(tput setaf 2) ; fgBlue=$(tput setaf 4) ...


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I saw that you found where to change it. However, a few things: en_US.UTF-8 is not a valid value in the LANGUAGE variable. You probably just want en. I noticed that LANG has the value en_US. That enables latin1 encoding, which you don't likely want. Should be en_US.UTF-8. If LANG is set correctly, you should not set the LC_ALL variable, because it ...



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