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In this case, please install the latest available kernel and install its headers too. That kernel you're running is TOO old ( 2010?)


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All I had to do was post a question here. Some combination of the above worked finally. The last thing I did was: sudo apt-get purge fglrx lightdm && sudo apt-get install lightdm ubuntu-desktop and then dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ setsid unity from Unity missing? Can't see top or side panels


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You are missing the kernel-headers package which is a dependency for the nvidia Unified Driver module to be built. Install the kernel-headers package for your kernel version and reinstall the nvidia binary driver. dpkg-reconfigure should sort you out with the nvidia package after installing kernel headers.


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The answer is most likely you can't. To this date, there is no option for centering the name of launchers, according to this README on git (See under "Hidden Customizations"). Side notes Regarding launcher's name with multiple lines, Xfce could dynamically show the name of launcher on Desktop according to the icon size (while using the same font size). ...


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This works for me for ubuntu vivid (15.04): killall unity-panel-service


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I feel both sorry and kind of embarrassed to tell you that the issue went away... The whole reason for that nothing happened if started from the .desktop launcher was a typo in the script path, so that the Exec=... line pointed to a non-existent file. I can only apologize to those who spent any of their time into this issue.


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It seems doesn't work easily under Trusty (and new one?) because it uses gnome-format that is no more in default repository, as we can saw at page : https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/quantal/gnome-format/ I am looking for an other tools in http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/utils/ but nothing seems replace it. nautilusgnome-format


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This has been asked before for IntelliJ. Since Android Studio is the same in this context I will link to the answer and copy it here. http://askubuntu.com/a/272336/72597 Snippet from linked answer [Old Answer] Download IntelliJ IDEA CE from [www.jetbrains.com/idea/download/][3]. Extract ideaIC-XX.Y.Z.tar.gz using tar -zxvf ideaIC-XX.Y.Z.tar.gz Become ...


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I had the same problem with Android Studio on Ubuntu 14.04. Since Android Studio is a customized version of IntelliJ IDEA, I searched for similar problems with creating a Launcher entry for IDEA on Stack Overflow and I found this question: Intellij launcher doesn't work on unity? Two of the answers to that question mention that the Launcher entry doesn't ...


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To quote man desktop-file-install: desktop-file-install will always try to validate the resulting desktop file. A failure to validate might lead to the abortion of the installation of the desktop files. In contrast, cp will copy anything. So there is no desktop-file-uninstall since there is no need to validate files you are deleting.


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It is looking for the file ./liblog4cxx.so in the default current directory, which is your home directory /home/sijoy. You probably need to set the current directory to the directory the executable is in, /home/sijoy/Documents/stt_new/STT, to find the file /home/sijoy/Documents/stt_new/STT/liblog4cxx.so. Try adding the following line to the end of your ...


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well I open it up by right clicking on the JAR file and then at the top should be the thing you can open it with, choose JAVA 6 if you have it, it always works for me hope this is helpful


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If an application produces a second icon, not being a generic one If an application generates a second icon in the Unity launcher other than a a grey, generic icon, there must be already an (other) existing launcher, calling p4v in its main command: An application's .desktop file by definition has a "main" command in the first line, starting with Exec=. ...


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Had the same problem here as well on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Solution 1: Turning off Auto-hide (System Settings -> Appearance -> Behavior -> Auto-hide the Launcher) Solution 2: Logging off and on again Would like to know the reason for the problem, however.


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Update of answer from @lancer for Ubuntu 14.04 lts: It may come from the fork of gnome-system-settings from the ubuntu team as I could read on some blog post somewhere ( can't recall where .. :/ ) anyway, the following 2 lines shows the differences, & a more thorough example follows X-Unity-Settings-Panel={appname} ...


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Custom application launchers are stored in ~/.config/gnome-panel/launchers. You can backup these launchers, but they won't be automatically added to panel if you copy launchers in that directory. You can drag&drop these launchers to panel. Otherwise panel settings are stored in gsettings/dconf under /org/gnome/gnome-panel. I don't know if there is easy ...


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If you want to launch it by using commande line $pstorm go to Tools-> Create Commande-line Launcher else go to Tools-> Create Desktop Entry


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Below an example of an easily customizable setup. It exists of a script, and a .desktop file (launcher) to run the script with two options. You can: click on the launcher to copy a pre- defined string or line to the clipboard, or: right-click on it to set a new string: How to set up To be able to copy text to the clipboard, we need to install xclip: ...


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I had a similar problem I just resolved where firefox was creating these "evil twin" entries. The process involved in matching running applications to icons is called bamfdaemon. Firstly find your session's version of this daemon: $ ps x | grep bamf 1147 pts/11 S+ 0:00 grep --color=auto bamf 2597 ? Sl 0:22 ...


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I had the same problem. This question is rather old, but still, here is the solution that worked for me: To reset the the configuration run this: dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ Than, to reset unity run: setsid unity Source: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/04/reset-unity-and-compiz-settings-in-ubuntu-14-04/ If you are wondering as I was, this ...


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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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