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There are varying extensions on https://extensions.gnome.org/ you can use, including: Insensitive Message Tray - which "Renders the bottom message tray insensitive so that it doesn't show up automatically when the mouse pointer is placed at the bottom edge of the screen. However you can still access the message tray using Super+M." No Topleft ...


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What you need is multiseatX installation. several users with their own keyboard, mouse and display on the same computer. documentation


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I've had similar issues jumping from 12 to 14. I'm personally reinstalling 14 from scratch from disk, you should open root terminal using "Ctrl Alt F4". Also wine wouldn't cause any of these problems if your wondering.


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I am having exactly the same problem with my Thinkpad which has Ubuntu 14.04 when using Google Chromium. I am however able to play Youtube videos in Firefox.


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There are two circumstances that make your situation a bit different from the supposed duplicate(s): Some process seems to wake your screen up, if your screen wakes up after the xset dpms force off command, it must be. My screen doesn't for example. If you don't want your screen to wake up, just with any key press, the xset dpms force off command is not ...


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The following thing worked for me. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install linux-source sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install nvidia-current-updates sudo nvidia-xconfig sudo reboot


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Thought I would post this up in the event anyone else is having a problem running Xubuntu on their HP mini. I've been working on the problem since last night and discovered I'm actually suffering from at least two different bugs https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-settings/+bug/1264629 The solutions aren't ideal and as nobody has replied to my ...


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It seems people are still struggling trying to work with several monitors and HiDPI displays. A good workaround is described in arch wiki https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/HiDPI#External_displays . So, I have: laptop asus ln303ux: 3200x1800, external monitor: 1920x1200 Now I use Ubuntu 14.10 & GNOME Shell 3.12.2 that has pretty usable HiDPI ...


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Try to install the guest additions using - sudo apt-get install virtualbox-guest-utils and reboot. Then, press host+g to fit the guest in the virtualbox window.


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Try to delete the monitors config file or edit it, but deleting it is the easier choice and should hopefully solve your problem: rm ~/.config/monitors.xml Hope that helps.


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I'm experiencing this issue with my Dell Inspiron 15. Monitoring /sys/class/backlight/*/brightness shows that on these occasions, the brightness goes down to 0. (By the way, for me, it's not COMPLETELY dark - I can still see shadows - but it's dark enough to be useless, and I can't brighten it). The workaround I'm using is: I wrote this little script, ...


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You can also use command line option to control brightness. Steps: Open terminal using ctrl+alt+t. Type command "xrandr". It will display something like this: 4.You need to see (in the underlined part) which display is connected. (Here in my case it is LVDS1). Use following command to adjust brightness: xrandr --output "your connected display ...


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You need to setup Multiseats(https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/xorg_multiseat) i got it semi working, know that its possible, what you need is 2 pulseaudio daemons. Im sure you could do this with other soundmanagers than pulseaudio.



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