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You have to press and hold the Superkey (Windows key).


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You can get some of them using: $ gsettings list-recursively org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings | grep -v '\[\]' | cut -f 1 -d ' ' --complement cycle-windows-backward ['<Shift><Alt>Escape'] minimize ['<Primary><Alt>KP_0'] move-to-monitor-left ['<Super><Shift>Left'] unmaximize ['<Primary><Super>Down', ...


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I assume your question goes like that: "How do I execute a downloaded program, which is not installed in the systems default executables directory?" If you only want to use the program for a short period of time, simply mark it as executable with chmod +x path/to/my-program Now, you can run it with path/to/my-program Should your working directory be ...


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Yes, the typical shortcut for copy and paste on the terminal (not only on gnome and not even only on gnu/linux is ctr + shift + v. Ctrl + c is Interrupt/Kill whatever you are running (SIGINT). It would not be prudent to change that. These shortcuts are older than Ctrl + c, ctrl + v. A more elaborate and better answer is here: ...


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when you open that icy.sh file, you can see java -jar updater.jar So you can just modify (leafpad, gedit or any other text editor)your icy.desktop file to: [Desktop Entry] Name=ICY Exec=java -jar '/your/path/to/file/updater.jar' Icon=your/path/to/icon Terminal=false Type=Application With icy.sh set as executable and with shortcut ...


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Create a .desktop file: [Desktop Entry] Name=Icy Exec=/bin/bash -c "cd /path/to/script/directory&&./icy.sh" Type=Application Terminal=false Copy it into an empty file, save it as icy.desktop Replace /path/to/script/directory by the actual path to the script's directory Make it executable Explanation Desktop files (with the extension .desktop) ...


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In this case you need an app-specific solution. For cross-application configurations this page is helpful. lxterminal 0.2.0-1 (vivid) has a property tab for shortcuts. In previous versions, there is no such possibility. I also tried to use the configuration of the newer version with the older version. It does not work. Start the terminal Click Edit > ...


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You can press and hold 'Super' (like CMD) key and see hints for keyboard shortcuts.


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Go to your desktop and hold the super key (In my case it's the windows key), it will show the shortcuts for unity. And you can also create shortcuts by going into system settings -> keyboard -> shortcuts.


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Make sure the drive to which that link belongs (Other than linux partition) is mounted when you restart the PC or when you try to use that link. It mostly happens with window partitions, you are not able to access files from those partitions after system restart. You have to first manually mount them. Install NTFS Configuration Tool and configure the drives ...



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