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The app is installed in /opt/telegram/ and the binary is /opt/telegram/Telegram To start the messenger via command line, you have to use the full path or add the path to your PATH definition or create a symbolic link in /usr/bin: Use the PATH Edit the file ~/.profile nano ~/.profile and add the line below at the end of the file export ...


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Ok, two more things you can try: Try running the commands user@computer:/etc/init.d$ sudo update-rc.d -f mysql remove user@computer:/etc/init.d$ sudo update-rc.d mysql defaults and see what the output is. There should be a number of symlinks cretead in /etc/rcX.d. And secondly see if there is an /etc/init/mysql.override file which sets starting mysql ...


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But do I risk to break my mysql implementation here? Unlikely. It will not get in your way for manual starting MySQL anyways so if it does fail it just stays the same for you: no automatic starting but starting manually will still be possible. This though ... System start/stop links for /etc/init.d/mysql already exist. ... has me believe that ...


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Install Unity Tweak Tool to customize the behavior of Unity Launcher. Open a terminal and execute : sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool Open the tool, click on Launcher Tab under category Unity and tweak.


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you can set "working directory" or in Linux term "path" in three different ways: 1) add your script PATH to environment variables. It's a fairly easier way and works good but it's permanent and it's not a good practice IMO. The way to do that is to issue this command: export PATH=$PATH:your_path 2) add your script PATH to the shortcut .Just open the ...


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I had the exact same issue. As an alternative to Humpity's answer, I just made a shell script saved in my home directory then added it to my Startup Applications list. "Startup script.sh": #!/bin/bash xinput set-prop "appletouch" "Synaptics Finger" 10, 20, 100 Then open the Startup Applications GUI (which should be installed by default in ubuntu) and ...


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To make Skype auto-login when it starts launch Skype, then login with the automatic login tick box selected (I have highlighted the bit which you will need to tick in the bottom right hand corner): After you have completed that part, you can then do as @Harris says to make Skype launch automatically when you login: Move your skype.desktop file into your ...


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My solution is the following. Start the terminal and copy the file skype.desktop into ~/.config/autostart folder, using: cp /usr/share/applications/skype.desktop ~/.config/autostart/ And make it executable: (this step was necessary in my system but people reported it is not required) chmod +x ~/.config/autostart/skype.desktop That should start skype ...


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Starting an application minimized Starting up an application in a minimized way takes two commands: starting the application minimize its window Therefore, the command or script needs to be "smart"; the second command should wait for the application window to actually appear. General solution to startup an application minimized The script below does ...


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In this case the "fail whale" is an error message logged by GNOME if something went wrong. It's named after a illustration by Yiying Lu used by Twitter to display errors. If it is dead it means that there's not enough of GNOME running to display the error.


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This is what I did. Check the file /etc/rc.local with cat /etc/rc.local You will see something like this #!/bin/sh -e # # rc.local # # This script is executed at the end of each multiuser runlevel. # Make sure that the script will "exit 0" on success or any other # value on error. # # In order to enable or disable this script just change the execution # ...


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This may or may not work for you, but I had the same error you mention in a comment below your post and it was related to loading my built in bluetooth device. A start job is running for udev wait for complete device initialization Followed by the USB disconnect message. After a few reboots my syslog hinted to error -110 which is power related, this ...


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If you have parameters other than "quiet splash" you can leave them in the line e.g. sudo gedit /etc/default/grub GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash usbcore.autosuspend=-1" change to: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="usbcore.autosuspend=-1" The "usbcore.autosuspend=-1" allows me to place the laptop into suspend and hibernate modes - there ...


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I had some similar errors with my system, and I found that it was an error with some fstab entries (external drives that were no longer physically connected). I just commented them out and the system booted as usual.


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If you are using 14.04, simply add thunderbird to Startup Programs, accessed from the Dash.


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This is a wrong place to run second and third commands in rc.local, because they should be run later when GUI is loaded and you log in into the system. The easiest way is to add these commands to "Startup Applications" that can be found in Dash.


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This sounds like you are running Win8 or Win10. If not let me know, but I'm going off of the assumption that you are. If this answer doesn't work, please provide your Windows version and the type of computer you have and I will edit my answer. There are two things you need to do to get it working: 1) First, go into bios. The method to do this depends on ...


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Rufus is a utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc. Rufus can be especially useful in cases where bootable media created in Windows by other GUI Linux live USB creators such as Universal USB Installer and UNetbootin gets stuck and won't boot. Rufus can also make a bootable Windows 10 USB. ...


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If you look at this page here in the Superuser & Password Designation section, you will see that it specifically states that: Note: GRUB 2 1.99 in 12.04 LTS doesn't protect submenu, ie. command line, entry editing and access to entries is not protected! See bug 718670. However, they claim that the work around would be to add export superusers ...


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I think when you restart the computer at startup Teamviewer loading faster then the daemon itself, so thats why the error message: "please start daemon" bla bla bla. My solution was that add a sleep 5 value in the /opt/teamviewer/tv_bin/script/teamviewer file. So to clarify my file looks like: #!/bin/bash # If you see this message, you probably attempted ...


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You could use cromtab, and enter this in the terminal: cromtab -e telegram cromtab restart and it might work fine this way.


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You can add it to the list of startup applications, by going to Dash and start typing "startup". The "Startup Applications" icon should show up. Click on it and when it starts, click on the "Add" button to add your app to the list of applications which will start automatically each time you log in.


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You should be able to go to the WIFI selection (icon looks like a fan - usually in the top right screen corner next to "En" for character map and keyboard layout, etc.), then EDIT CONNECTIONS and deselect "Automatically connect to this network when it is available" under the "General" tab for EVERY network connection shown. Then disconnect from the network ...



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