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It is much simpler with KDE 4: Just right click the desired target program's window titlebar Click Additional Actions Click Special settings for this program Select "Size and Position" tab (2nd tab from the left) Activate the checkbox "Minimized", select when to minimize on the dropdown field, select "yes" from the radiobutton. Done


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I had the same issue as well on Kubuntu 14.10. I wasn't even able to change the theme under System Preferences -> Application Appearance because eclipse crashed as soon as I tried to click "Application Appearance". But editing the gtkrc file under /usr/share/themes/oxygen-gtk/gtk-2.0/ as explained in ...


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As indicated in Eclipse auto shutdowns when creating new project one workaround to this bug is to change the GTK2 theme in System Preferences -> Application Appearance -> GTK (I personally use Aurora: sudo apt-get install -y gtk2-engines-aurora). Alternatively, a patch to oxygen is available here, and has been pushed to the active development branch of ...


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At here Installing the Thunderbird: sudo apt-get install thunderbird After the installation is done the KDE Menu is updated. The Thunderbird can be find from the 'Recently Installed ', 'Internet' and through the 'Search' bar. Something to try :~$ kbuildsycoca4 --help Usage: kbuildsycoca4 [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [options] Rebuilds the system ...


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The KDE 4 default launcher As default the KDE 4 is using the Kickoff: https://userbase.kde.org/Plasma/Kickoff More KDE application launchers: https://www.kubuntuforums.net/showthread.php?59851-KDE-Application-Launchers Launcher button to the Panel - two ways 1) Right click the application in the KDE Menu (default application launcher) > Add to Panel. ...


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You can use TCP as well : How to network two Ubuntu computers using ethernet (without a router)? Looks this question has been asked before, just install openssh-ssh server it's easier to use rsync with this tool


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No, there is not. The list is not big People who want it are rather rare. You can totally disable compostion manager with (by default) the Ctrl+Alt+F12 key combo. But it is not the same as disabling all effects. If you wanted it for some sort of script, you could do it with manual config editing. Ask separate question for it.


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I could not find the answer for you. But the setting you are looking for must reside somewhere among the files in ~/.kde/share/config/ - there is simply no other way.


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This is caused by a known bug that appears when upgrading from 3.7 to 3.8 of eclipse (which a distribution upgrade from 12.04 to 14.04 effectively does) Also current versions of eclipse (4.4+) will have similar issues, check this bug report: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=339174 The work-around is essentially to install the gtk engines and then go ...



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