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Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and run : sudo apt-get install libvlc5 If it's already installed, you may also need to link your local libraries to the system libraries : sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/libvlc* /usr/lib/ sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/libx264.a /usr/lib/ sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/vlc /usr/lib/vlc
The command to run uGet is: uget-gtk To find the command to run a (globally installed) application, simply look into its .desktop file in /usr/share/applications, and look for the first line, starting with Exec=. In this case, the file is /usr/share/applications/uget-gtk.desktop. To open the file with gedit, drag it over an opened gedit window. ...
1. block bluetooth in rc.local Add this line at the end of the file /etc/rc.local right before the line exit 0: rfkill block bluetooth This will do the trick, but only in older Ubuntu versions using upstart. 2. reenable rc.local on systemd On Ubuntu 15.10 with systemd as startup manager the /etc/rc.local file is not used by default any more, so call ...
I finally switch to Debian 8 with XFCE and solve my sound issue with my Toshiba L30-10T laptop. Freeze still occurs sometimes with Debian but less frequently. Disabling wifi network interface fix computer freeze. I didn't find the root cause of my sound issue with Lubuntu.
Ubuntu 14.04 uses Upstart only, but Upstart runs SysV init scripts, too. See /etc/init/rc*.conf for the Upstart jobs that are responsible for this. A lot of Ubuntu packages still use SysV init scripts to minimize the differences to Debian.
There is a file /etc/rc.local that is run after the boot process is completed. Add your command at the end of this file. This is the simplest way but in this case it seems more conditions must be met. Autostart Synergy before logging in (LightDM) On the client Add the following line at the end of /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf: [SeatDefaults] ...
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