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Different shortcuts The bookmarks you see in the Nautilus launcher are divided into different sections. Some are stored in the nautilus.desktop file (static section), others are added automatically from the file ~/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks. The last file is automatically edited and updated if you add bookmarks via the (nautilus) bookmarks menu. The "Open a ...


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Assign a label to this partition; For auto-mounting, add it to /etc/fstab file (for example, look here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab#ntfs)


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The contents of /etc/skel are copied to new users home. There are 2 strategies to make system changes for all users: Edit the appropriate global system files and remove the same settings from the user files. This is the way I prefer to make changes, and enforce them, so that they apply to all users. For example, to change the bash prompt for all users, ...


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This is a 3-step process: Install gksu by apt-get install gksu Create a bash script that uses gksu - wine to change the user to wine and then executes the commands needed. (as that is used by all users, should probably go in /usr/local/bin) Turn X11 forwarding on: In your /etc/bash.bashrc add the following line as last line: export $(dbus-launch) Create a ...


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In Ubuntu, partitions may be automatically mounted when you first click on one in Nautilus, and unmounted by right-clicking and selecting "unmount". While it was mounted, you could create a working link, but after restarting, it isn't mounted until you click on it again; then, the link would work. The solution is to explicitly mount the partition. This ...



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