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you can install Cardapio as following: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install cardapio
You can always switch to the gnome desktop. Open a terminal and issue the following command. sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install gnome-session-fallback Logout and then back in, choosing Gnome. (You'll have to click the Ubuntu symbol next to your user name on the login screen to access the options for Gnome Metacity and Gnome Compiz).
I solved this problem of not having a close button or minimize/maximize button on the extra monitor by scaling the size of the unity launcher to a little less than default. Click the gear icon in the top right corner of your window, and choose 'System Settings' Click on the 'Screen Display' Icon. Look for a slider bar that says "Scale for menu and title ...
The problem with adding an entry using 40_custom is that the entry is static - the contents are copied as-is to grub.cfg, so a new kernel requires re-editing that file. With very slight tinkering of the 10-linux, you can get update-grub to generate an additional entry for each of the installed kernels. Edit /etc/grub.d/10_linux, and after the lines where it ...
The toolbar in evince is apparently buggy, according to bug reports, and it is not possible to hide it, ever, as it remembers per-file settings, which override/ignore the toolbar visibility setting adjusted via e.g. dconf-editor. It is a shame that evince, which works so well, has this glitch in the UI. The visibility toolbar should be adjusted from a ...
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