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If the folder is empty, it's safe to delete. It's possible there are hidden files inside, though. Use a terminal to cd into it and then run ls to list all files inside. If nothing shows, delete it. If there are files and/or folder inside (they'll begin with ., which makes them hidden), keep it there, as it could be important.


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You don't actually have to "install" the app. Python apps are interpreted, which means the source code is pretty much executable. In order to run the source code, for a file that is in ~/AppName/ called AppName.py, you can open a command line and just type python ~/AppName/AppName.py And that will launch your Application in whatever version of python ...


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In Terminal type this: sudo grub-install /dev/sda; sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg This will install GRUB fresh on your hard drive, and update the current config file, ensuring a fresh configuration everywhere.


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In a Terminal, type sudo update-grub. Assuming GRUB can see the Windows disk/partition, it should add it to the menu.


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Hover your mouse on the top of the window. It should appear. Alternatively you can use Alt + F10 shortcut.


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Create a new (empty) file with the file type of your choice in ~/Templates, eg a simple (txt) file: touch ~/Templates/empty.txt After that you can create a new file with a right click in Nautilus. Example screenshot


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When you install Adobe Reader with Wine (and maybe other programs) to have this program available in the right-click menu, you have to use a .dekstop file in the .local/applications directory such as : [Desktop Entry] Name=Adobe Reader XI Exec=env WINEPREFIX="/home/nico/.wine" wine C:\\\\windows\\\\command\\\\start.exe /Unix ...



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