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How to you use wildcards, especially the * (star) in Linux Ubuntu Nautilus GUI File Search? I also was just struggling with this issue, but I think I found an answer. Here are the equivalent Windows and Nautilus search patterns: Windows: 2016*diagram*.ppt Nautilus: 2016 diagram ppt Basically, try using a spacebar character in Nautilus where you would ...


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How to you use wildcards, especially the * (star) in Linux Ubuntu Nautilus GUI File Search? I also was just struggling with this issue, but I think I found an answer. Here are the equivalent Windows and Nautilus search patterns: Windows: diagram*.ppt Nautilus: diagram ppt Basically, try using a spacebar character in Nautilus where you would use a * ...


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Nautilus search ... if tracker is available it will show the results from that. From the link: Tracker provides the following: Indexer for desktop search (for more details see this spec : https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IntegratedDesktopSearch) Tag database for doing keyword tagging of any object Extensible metadata database for apps like gedit ...


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Press Window key (My Macbook Air > CMD). Read the manual > Dash > Super + [A,F,M,C,V] for App, Files, Music, Photo and Video, respectively. If too slow, use system-wide searches in specific settings .tex files here ...


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Use the script which I call haetex for the system-wide search. Put the script to /usr/local/bin/ as just haetex with such permissions/owners -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 932 Jun 21 17:16 haetex File haetex #!/bin/bash # $Id: haetex, v 0.01 2016/5/4 17:33:12 Masi $ # Search .tex files # # http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/287344/16920 usage() { # a function ...


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VPN's are added to network manager. So see network manager at the top right


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Use this instead: PS1="\[\033[01;32m\]\u\[\033[0;37m\]@\[\033[01;37m\]\h:\[\033[01;34m\]\w \[\033[01;35m\]$ \[\033[0;37m\]" I'm afraid I don't really understand the details so I can't give you a complete answer as to why this is happening. I think this comes down to different terminal emulators having different formats for the ANSI escape sequences, but I'...


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You can use Catfish to search for files and it can be started from within the Whisker menu. In the Whisker menu properties "Search Actions" tab, create a new search entry with the following parameters: Name = Catfish Pattern = ~ Command = catfish --start %s *Note: you can use whatever pattern is most useful to you. Once this is done, simply enter in ...


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https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas?name_filter=gjots2 will show you PPA that ship the gjots2 package, for example. No need to install any additional tools.


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After posting the issue to the KDE forums, the solution was simply to do the same with the file /usr/share/kservices5/plasma-runner-baloosearch.desktop, i.e. copy to to ~/.local/share/kservices5/ and set X-KDE-PluginInfo-EnabledByDefault=false



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