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First of all you'll need the following packages: sudo apt-get install qtcreator-dev qtxmlpatterns5-dev-tools Start a new Project in Qt Creator (Libraries -> Qt Creator Plugin) Give it a name: Confirm the Kit Selection: Use /usr/src/qtcreator for Qt Creator sources and /tmp for Qt Creator build and deploy in Local user settings. Click Next: ...


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If all what you need is a list of nautilus related packages, you can get it very easily with: $ dpkg -l | grep nautilus E.g for me it returns: ii gir1.2-nautilus-3.0 1:3.10.1-0ubuntu9.2 amd64 libraries for nautilus components - gir bindings ii libnautilus-extension1a ...


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Your plugins may be loaded, but just not have a visible effect by default. For example, the line Plugin 'bling/vim-airline' loads the vim-airline plugin, but you will not see the fancy status line until the status line is shown for some reason. (The bottom line in your screenshot is not the status line.) The status line get's shown if there is a split ...


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Already tried to reinstall gedit or the latex plugin? Install (if already it isn't) the synaptic package manager using this commands: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install synaptic Then run synaptic and type in the search box for gedit, right click in the package name an click on "mark for reinstallation". Do the same with the ...


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Many answers are now dated. They did not work for my 14.04 Ubuntu install. For my instance of chrome is installed in /opt/google/chrome. So the plugin folder would have to be created in there. Updated instructions can be found at https://www.java.com/en/download/help/enable_browser_ubuntu.xml Create a directory called plugins if you do not have it. ...


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You can install them as: sudo apt-get install compiz-plugins compiz-plugins-default compiz-plugins-extra compiz-plugins-main compiz-plugins-main-default



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