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Desktop environments don't process the .bashrc file. In order for you to have the path available to the Alt+F2 run dialog, you need to edit your ~/.profile file, as a regular user, sudo is not required. You can use any editor such as nano or gedit. Add the following line to the bottom of the .profile file: PATH="/path/to/folder:$PATH" Alternatively, if ...


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Click the sign that looks like a do not enter sign. This is what's called the right-click menu (for the package manager). If you look in the list of items and messages, there should be a Package Manager link. I've had this problem before and opening the package manager won't do a lot to fix it but it can help. If you still get the message after opening the ...


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Right-click on start button and select Properties. Then uncheck both "show generic application names" and "Show menu hierarchy".


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Firefox has such menu, but it is hidden by default to make more room for the actual browsing content. Top menus are part of the old Firefox interface. Firefox is making transition for the new interface type: touch-based and screen-size independent. You can find Firefox menu on the right side by pressing the button with 3 horizontal lines. Like the one in ...


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There is a useful program for this called nautilus-actions. This will let you customize the right-click menu. Just install it by using: sudo apt-get install nautilus-actions Launch it by using from the Ubuntu Dash menu (start searching for nautilus). It is called Nautilus-Actions Configuration Tool and has an icon the shape of a shell. Nautilus Actions ...



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