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I could not make it behave exactly like the unity battery indicator, but I've found a solution that is, at least for me, enough. Right click on the panel. Click on "Add to Panel..." Select "Battery Charge Monitor" Click on "Add" Another battery icon should appear. Right click on it. Click on "Preferences" Select: "Show time/percentage:" Close. This ...
Already fixed. Fixed by restoring grub boot menu and update-grub. Now the login screen works
Might be ubuntu-mate startup program taking time to load(touchpad driver). you can try adding sleep into your above script. #!/bin/bash sleep 30 xinput set-prop 10 "Device Enabled" 0 exit 0 Please increase the sleep time if above does not work.
First you need to download that directory to your home folder and add it again: sudo dkms add ./<directory_name> sudo dkms install <module_name>/<version> You can find the module name and version in dkms.conf file. You can install same driver from another source git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtl8192cu.git sudo dkms add ...
Since there is now an official Ubuntu Mate release, why not just switch to that: apt-get install mate-core should do that for you (offering another desktop alternative, just like lubuntu-core etc) Easy as π
sudo apt-get install mate-themes
You cannot do any real calibration without extra hardware. Bare minimum is a colorimeter but you really want spectrometer. Unfortunately, spectrometers come with high costs (second hand devices cost at least $150) and colorimeters not really suitable for LED backlighting which majority of the LCD displays are using nowadays. The ColorHug2 is claiming to be ...
Looks like the "You need to reboot to ensure installation of up-to-date software. Click here." hint that shows up after a software update if you should reboot. Click it. You need to reboot. Save stuff first.
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