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Apps that appear in these menus will have .desktop files in one of these locations /usr/share/applications /usr/local/share/applications ~/.local/share/applications For example /usr/share/applications/tilda.desktop To clean your desktop menus of a removed app forever, you just need to delete the .desktop file. One possible source of confusion is that ...


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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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