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Install unity-tweak-tool and select a different icon theme. Choosing the "Default" theme should resolve the issue. There are some themes that don't have any configured icons. $ sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool


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its simple use "where_is" to locate a file $ whereis your_filename_here and in text editors its Ctrl+W in nano and / for vi


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There are almost too many options to list grep -r 'pattern_to_match' directory_to_search Will output the file name and full line matching the pattern.


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Repeating what I said in comment section to not leave question hanging without answer, in order to bind one of Bash readline commands you can use bind command. For example, Crtl+N shortcut can be used with: $ bind '"\C-n": history-search-backward' This will be limited to current session and needs to be placed inside .bashrc to have it established in every ...


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You can disable the online searches very simply by setting this in the 'Security and Privacy' settings:


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I also do a lot of searching through very large libraries of PDFs. For me, this is the #1 frustration of Linux that makes me miss MS Windows. I've tried it all at this point, and the solution I have settled on for now is to use the following programs in combination. Unfortunately, none of these seem to be in the Ubuntu repositories at the moment, and may ...


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When doing recursive searches in specific files, you are much better off using ack-grep. The syntax here would be: $ ack-grep -i "My term" --cpp --h To remove the permission error messages, you may want to run the same command with sudo: $ ack-grep -i "My term" --cpp --h But eventually, if you want to search installed packages, look at ...


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Try dupeGuru. dupeGuru is a tool to find duplicate files on your computer. It can scan either filenames or contents. The filename scan features a fuzzy matching algorithm that can find duplicate filenames even when they are not exactly the same.dupeGuru You can download dupeGuru Picture Edition from here. Once downloaded, you can use Gdebi to install, or ...


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Try using gthumb It worked for me. example for duplicates


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Duplicates searching possible at command line with fdupes. apt search fdupes Sorting... Done Full Text Search... Done fdupes/trusty 1.51-1 amd64 identifies duplicate files within given directories sudo apt-get install fdupes fdupes -r /your/dir


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digikam You can use digikam for your purpose. sudo apt-get install digikam Reference: https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/digikam/



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