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Since Xubuntu 14.04, the Session Menu has been removed from panel and replaced by log out button in the Whisker Menu. The session menu can be easily restored by adding "Action Buttons" to the panel. But the item doesn't have any option to hide just the user name. This answer will explain how to create the Session Menu without the user name by using "...


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There are two possible reasons I can see for this happening. First, Eclipse running in Ubuntu by default uses the GTK3 graphics API. This does not work properly. You have to disable it until the suite of issues around this is resolved. The following has some information about this: How to work around Eclipse Luna/GTK bug 339174 (change to not use oxygen) ...


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Sounds like either a corruption to Unity or a modification. Either way, following the below instructions should fix your problem. Start by opening Terminal using (Ctrl+Alt+T) and then enter the below command. sudo apt-get install --reinstall unity && sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop Doing this will reinstall both Unity and Ubuntu ...


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Another good solution is to restart your computer which would usually fix the problem. It gives an opportunity for your repository list to refresh. Try it and say how it goes.


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The fix is very simple. Open the terminal and run the command sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade and then restart your computer.


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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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This is happening because you have a corrupt entry in your repository. In order to fix this follow the below instructions. 1)Open the terminal using Ctrl + Alt + T 2) type: sudo apt-get check This checks for broken repositories. 3) type: sudo apt-get update This updates the repository file after the above fix. You may need to restart the computer ...


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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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I believe the easiest way to do this is by using an application called MenuLibre. It is usually installed by default (under settings) but can be installed with sudo apt-get install menulibre if not. BTW, the application appears in the menu as "Menu Editor".


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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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