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Glad that I am not the only one who is facing this problem, I saw your post in the 24th of April and I am suprised no one have actually provided an answer. That's what I hate about Linux unexpected stupid error and because in the 15.10 everything was working smoothly but in the LTS release which supposed to work has this error. Anyway, you can bypass the ...


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AFAIK, no. But keep in mind this is a minimalist DE for a reason. Apparently, its Makers declared such features too bloaty. They might be right though. UNIX already allows for the graceful closing of child processes through SIGTERM. Unresponsive children can be killed immediately with SIGKILL. Sensible DEs follow this design, sending SIGTERM, then following ...


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I don't use VNC, but I've been using TeamViewer for quite a while and I'm very satisfied with it. TeamViewer is multiplatform (it can be installed on Linux, Windows and OS X) and it is client and server at the same time, I mean, in one single application: just install it on the machines you want and use it. It works with a static ID + dynamic password ...


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sudo vim /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/20-lubuntu.conf edit [SeatDefaults] user-session=Lubuntu autologin-user=usermane autologin-user-timeout=delay save sudo vim /etc/lxdm/default.conf edit [base] uncomment and set autologin username to enable autologin autologin=username


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I found this looking for the solution to the same problem (this is still happening on Xubuntu 16.04, so updating to a supported release does not solve this issue). I don't know how to prevent this, but I can reliably recover the mouse cursor without rebooting. Open the display manager (Super + P) and make any change you want (change the screen resolution, ...



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