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This helps for me: Guake Doesn't Start When Session Starts In Guake's preferences just uncheck Enable notifications on startup, and add the full path (e.g. `/usr/bin/guake) to startup applications.


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Open the Dash and search STARTUP APPLICATIONS. Click on the cog wheel on the top right corner of your screen and choose STARTUP APPLICATIONS or type STARTUP in the Dash. Deselect the programs you don't want to open at boot time. If you are an advanced user, you can edit the ~/.config/autostart file with the parameter X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled = ...


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The proper way of solving this would be changing the CN (identity) of the server certificate to set it to your domain (in this case fsrv.company). However you can get around this by doing it the ghetto way, add a command to the boot (on Ubuntu that would be Startup Applications for example) with the following: echo y | mount /mnt/fileserver This will ...


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Ubuntu can't allow to remove evolution-calendar-factory because this is a library shared by many programs and by Operational System. If any try execute: sudo apt-get purge evolution-data-server or sudo apt-get remove evolution-data-server your system will be broken! try run a command in the terminal, you will see that the ubuntu-gnome-desktop will be ...


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Server: I have used the same steps as above, but I typically run via a script, and I enabled encryption (even though it is NOT airtight). Note: For 14.04 use /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/50-ubuntu.conf from JohnRB's answer edit /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf as root. sudo nano /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf sudo nano ...


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Confirmed. It still works. Changed the icons at : .dropbox-dist/dropbox-lnx.x86_64-3.0.3/images/hicolor/16x16/status/ inside the pseudo-home to visually differentiate the tray icons.


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Follow these steps to make Dropbox start up each time. Click on the Ubuntu "Dash" icon Type Startup Applications in the Dash search area Click on the "Startup Applications" ico Click "Add" button For "Name:", type Dropbox For "Command:", type /home/{your-username}/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd For "Comment:", this can be left blank Click "Add" button Click ...


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Try to change the startup application command to - sh -c ~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd instead of dropbox start -i. Since you are able to start it with the command, it should work.


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if you try to install gnome-session-properties you get a message saying: The program 'gnome-session-properties' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: sudo apt-get install gnome-session-bin and when you try to install gnome-session-bin you get a message to say that it already has the latest version installed. If you try to run ...


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These steps should solve your problem, taken straight from https://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/reserve-1 Boot problems with Windows 8, can often be solved in the following manner. If you don't have an install DVD of Windows 8, then download a free evaluation copy of Windows 8 at Microsoft itself: ...


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From the guest session, press Ctrl+Alt+F1, log into your main account, delete the file, log out, press Ctrl+Alt+F7, log back in. Done!


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I used to get similar things happens on boot up & shutdown with previous versions of Ubuntu. I ignored them and everything was fine. They changed with different upgrades of Ubuntu. Why? I don't know. Recently I had to reinstall 14.10 and I don't get those sorts of screens anymore. I agree with Томица Кораћ, don't worry about it, you computer and ...


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We had this problem on some hosted servers loading FW rules. On these boxes they reboot VERY quickly and we found just putting a "sleep 1" in rc.local before the load statements seems to fix the issue. I guess it gave a little time for the interfaces to settle before loading the FW rules.


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Activity manager configuration settings The ~/.kde/share/config/activitymanagerrc has the information of the available, running and the current activity. At here the KDE is slow to update the activitymanagerrc. If I change the activity and log out the current activity is still the old one. The next log in the KDE is starting to the old activity. ...


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Well, I'm thinking that you're using the lxde desktop (Lubuntu) but maybe you're using Unity or Metacity or Compiz (Ubuntu). If you're using lxde, you can add startup items in the following fashion in 14.04 (might work in 12.04 but I've never used it, sorry): Open the menu (the super [windows] key opens it in Ubuntu), click on Preferences > Default ...


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Check this link: Ubuntu gets stuck in a Login Loop I had the same problem and I fix it by following the instuctions in it.


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The command echo 'test' >> sudo /tmp/unicorn is the same as echo 'test' /tmp/unicorn >> sudo so it appends the line test /tmp/unicorn to the file sudo in the current folder. If you want to append test to the file /tmp/unicorn using root privileges you should use echo 'test' | sudo tee -a /tmp/unicorn instead. As /etc/rc.local is ...



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