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Case 1 - Tick EQEnabled and keep settings Case 2 - If it not save open dash and search for startup application search for pulse audio sound system if it disabled enable it. Case 3 - if the pulse audio sound system not found add click add In name section type: PulseAudio Sound System. In command type: start-pulseaudio-x11. In comment type: Start the ...
I can't understand you well, but I think that you're trying to say is that you want to make your USB work like an Ubuntu portable installation. Try to follow this guide, but set the "space used to preserve files across reboots" the space you want to have. (e.g. if you want to have 1 GB space, put there 1024) I hope this works.
In version 0.11.1 the solutions listed here no longer work because Plank has migrated to GSettings for storing its settings - at a long last. I've been nagging Rico to do that since forever. To enable/disable the plank icon in 0.11.1 and later, open dconf-editor (if it's not installed, run sudo apt-get install dconf-editor) and navigate to ...
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