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just update your system by using sudo apt-get update Then go to system settings and go to Software & Updates and then go to Additional drivers tab, then choose correct drivers for your graphics. It will fix your problem


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Basically the issue is not related with SELinux. It is due two displays had enabled ie two monitors Go to System settings then go to displays Click on any of displays image then toggle the on off button choose keep changes on confirmation window Issue will be solved The same issue can be shown for applications like eclipse chrome etc...


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I managed to solve the problem. In my home directory I found .compiz and .compiz-1 directories I renamed the first one to compiz-old and the second one to .compiz so ubuntu now uses the second one for unity and this solved the problem.


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The package: libcheese7: Description-en: tool to take pictures and videos from your webcam - base library A webcam application that supports image and video capture. Makes it easy to take photos and videos of you, your friends, pets or whatever you want. Allows you to apply fancy visual effects, fine-control image settings and has features such as ...


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The key is favorites in com.canonical.Unity.Launcher: $ gsettings get com.canonical.Unity.Launcher favorites ['application://google-chrome.desktop', 'application://nautilus-home.desktop', 'unity://running-apps', 'application://evolution.desktop', 'unity://expo-icon', 'unity://devices'] You can set the values using gsettings set. For example: gsettings ...


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This command worked for me: DISPLAY=:0 compiz --replace& The DISPLAY=:0 is needed only if calling from another shell (for example, when using ctrl-F1 terminal).


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Unlike what you would think, in a .desktop file, a space: should not be escaped in the icon path, so: Icon=/home/aortiz49/Application Data/Sublime_Text_2/Icon/256x256/sublime_text.png is ok, but a space: should be escaped in the Exec= line, so: Exec=/home/aortiz49/Application Data/Sublime_Text_2/sublime_text is incorrect. It should be: ...


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but these paths don't have spaces. The path have a space between Application and Data. Therefore you need the double quotes or a backslash \: Exec=/"home/aortiz49/Application Data/Sublime_Text_2/sublime_text" or Exec=/home/aortiz49/Application\ Data/Sublime_Text_2/sublime_text And for Icon: Icon=/home/aortiz49/"Application ...


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In order to get rid of these thing you need to use autoremove instead of remove so it will be like this sudo apt-get autoremove steam-launcher After you remove Steam, you can easily install it back on ur system with the .deb file downloaded from steam official website. Regards


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You could try doing this sudo apt-get purge steam-launcher and then install steam again. purge - Purge is identical to remove except that packages are removed and purged. Purge meaning that any configuration files are deleted too. Let me know if this works or not. Also try this and see which all directories have steam installed in it dpkg -L ...


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It is a permissions error. Open Nautilus and navigate to /home/desktop/Documents/eclipse/ Then right-click and go to properties. Change the permissions to read, write, and execute. That should work.


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Exit code 143. Game ended with bad state. Are you not getting a crash report from your launcher? If Minecraft opens then closes without warning, but only tells you it ended with a bad state, contact Mojang developers, because the least you should be getting is a crash report. So in the end, there are three possibilities; 1. Your launcher was never updated. ...


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Short answer: You need to run it via the 'studio.sh', every time, as that is the startup script. Long answer: It will not truly 'install'. It is kind of an annoyance for first time users, but it is truly a stand-alone package, it will drop the SDK in your '/home' and you need the 'android-studio' and 'jdk1.8.0_45' folders at a fixed location. First, you ...


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It is probably in /opt/ That said, in Linux the default install location for third party packages is not well defined (unlike Windows where it is always Program Files). Unfortunately, it is wherever you told the installer package to put it. Stuff like Android Studio tends to choose /opt/ though. Good luck!


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It seems like that compiz (the window-manager) has stopped working. Open the Console (Ctrl + Alt + T) and enter simply enter "compiz". If that doesnt work then your compiz is broken and needs to be repaired


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You need to add the Path=/home/YOURUSERNAME/Desktop to it, that's what made it work for me.


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To save sifting through the thread mentioned by @earthmeLon, you need to do the following: Launch the application Fire up a terminal and run xprop WM_CLASS. Click the application window. You'll get some output like WM_CLASS(STRING) = "Navigator", "Firefox". Choose one of the classes, eg Firefox in this example Add the class as the value of StartupWMClass ...


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It will be in a .desktop file. Run this command: gsettings get com.canonical.Unity.Launcher favorites it will give an output like this: ['application://ubiquity.desktop', 'application://nautilus.desktop', 'application://firefox.desktop', 'application://libreoffice-writer.desktop'] If you have locked it to the sidebar, it will show in that list. There ...


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At least I found what the trigger for this is: Gnome disk utility /usr/bin/gnome-disks. If a standby timeout or APM is activated for any drive, it causes the launchers for all unmounted partitions to be shown. This misbehavior was recently introduced.


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These guys are over-thinking this a little too hard. The solution is simple, redirect your .svg Icon=/usr/share/icons/Minecraft_Block.svg to a .ico file (Icon File) so it would look something like this: Icon=/usr/share/icons/Minecraft_Block.ico A quick way is to go here and use the url: http://i.stack.imgur.com/QGCXb.png a simply click the big ...


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First, the icon Just made you one. CC SA 3.0. Adapted from aleixoteixeira's design. Get the SVG here - ubuntu will scale it and it will never be blury because it's an SVG file. What to do with it now? I save all my icons in either /usr/share/icons/ or /usr/share/icons/current_pack. It makes no difference, and I don't know what is better practise. png ...


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We need to know what you've put in the .desktop file. Try editing the Terminal= line to be false: Terminal=false I put all my icons in /usr/share/icons and I save them as a .png or a .svg. SVG is better (scalable), but can be a larger file size. Remember, this icon will be used for Alt+Tab switcher as well as the launcher and Dash search. ...



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