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I have the same issue: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/H8fg09ALb5o;context-place=topicsearchin/chrome/scroll%7Csort:date There is a larger thread here: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/Xh9GV7jNymo;context-place=forum/chrome I submitted a bug report to google chrome, and suggest you do the same. Hopefully the issue ...


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Consider using a proper editor for editing long commands. Set EDITOR to your favourite editor, for example, gedit in your .bashrc: EDITOR=gedit Then, when you want to edit a long command, press CtrlX CtrlE. Gedit should open up, with the current command line already in it. Edit it your heart's content, then save and quit. Bash will now run the new command....


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The Windows drivers of your peripherals must be off for some reason. You should try pluging in a wired keyboard and mouse to log into your Windows account, and reach the Device Manager (Startup menu, type "Device Manager" it'll come up). Then look for a device that has a yellow exclamation mark on it, that might be the culprit. You can try repairing it, or ...


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Go to System Settings --> Mouse & Touchpad and You should see radio buttons to set your primary button


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You could use the xinput --test-xi2 --root command (man xinput), where test-xi2 means logging input devices, and --root is to log from so called root window (a x11 specific concept). It would show you when and which key pressed in the system, mouse clicks, and even mouse motion coordinates. It solves your 1 and 3 points, you just need to parse these events. ...


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Please give this article a look, it is potentially a duplicate or at least a similar issue: Turn Mousekeys on/off from keyboard


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This looks like a xorg-synaptics glitch. A way to solve it is to install libinput. It will replace synaptics Run sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-libinput and reboot. You can see this Q&A for some more details. Note: You will not be able to use GUI touchpad settings, because Ubuntu with unity DE does not fully support libinput yet. But you ...


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You have installed libinput. It is used instead of xorg-synaptics to manage the touchpad. Unfortunately current Ubuntu with Unity DE does not have libinput settings GUI by default. unity-control-center can control only of xorg-synapics. You can use gnome-control-center for touchpad control. Run gnome-control-center mouse and you will have your settings. ...


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I believe that the program unetbootin silently fails to produce a valid bootable installation disk. Installing from the corrupted disk appears to succeed, but falls short of installing the full system, leading to hard to diagnose errors. Unetbootin may not work with all distros [e.g. 1 2 3], or all images of a given distro. I suspect it also may fail ...


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In my case the issue that you can find here for 15.10 and the provided solution helped me: hciconfig hci0 sspmode 1 hciconfig hci0 down hciconfig hci0 up


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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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I experience this issue after I copy or paste some text in a new, unsaved tab, using the keyboard shortcuts ( Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V ). Seems that by opening a dialog (for example the replace text dialog), fixes the issue. It also happened that I had the issue on a tab and opening a dialog didn't help. I suspected that some other tab was causing the issue so I ...



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