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You should not run kate with sudo, that leads to such issues. Instead, use kdesu kate. Now, assuming that some permissions in your home directory got messed up, use this command to find all files in your home directory that are not owned by you (sudo is added in case you have a directory that is inaccessible by your user due to insufficient permissions, ...


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As you can read in the error message Failed to execute goal org.codehaus.gmaven:gmaven-plugin:1.5-jenkins- 3:execute (default-cli) on project proactive_source: The parameters 'source' for goal org.codehaus.gmaven:gmaven-plugin:1.5-jenkins-3:execute are missing or invalid -> [Help 1] The id in your file is >default-cli but should read default-cli for the ...


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I think newer Gedit versions work with Python 3 instead of 2. So you might want to change the loader in SplitView.plugin. Change line 2 from Loader=python to Loader=python3


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you may have installed Freshplayer Plugin which allows Pepperflash to be used with Firefox. to uninstall, sudo apt-get remove freshplayerplugin Mozilla Firefox cannot use Pepperflash Plugin directly.It can only use NPAPI flash plugins.


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The general command to uninstall software from the terminal is sudo apt-get remove PACKAGENAME to only remove the package, but keep configuration files for later reinstallation, or sudo apt-get purge PACKAGENAME to remove the package and most of its configuration files. Now you just have to replace PACKAGENAME with the actual package's name, which in ...


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At least for Ubuntu 14.04, there is a regex plugin available from the gedit-developers-plugins package. If this package doesn't work for you, as it didn't work for me, here is the solution.


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I'm very pleased to announce that we have now switched to using HTML5 alarm sounds for our website! So any problems you encountered earlier with Flash should now be solved. :) We've been wanting to make this change for quite some time...but recent security vulnerabilities in Flash convinced us to finally switch to using HTML5 alarms as soon as possible. ...


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As Flash is closed-source, Adobe maintain it. Although they now only backport in security updates, and have not developed the Linux version beyond 11.2. For more information on how though to get the latest version of Flash on Linux read Thomas W.'s answer here.


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You should place the plugin in $HOME/.local/share/gedit/plugins and after (re)starting Gedit it should be available in Edit=>Preferences=>Plugins


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I had the same problem and found out that ~/.config/gedit is not enabled for writing. So you have two options. This is cumbersome, but you could always start gedit as super user via terminal sudo -b gedit. You can change the permissions of ~/.config/gedit and all of its contents: sudo chmod -R 760 ~/.config/gedit



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