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Press ctrl+alt+f1 and type "service lightdm restart". I belive that is the equivelent to resarting explorer.exe in windows.
You can do it if you move your profile folder outside the home folder, to a location that does not depend on the user that logs in. Then you share the same profile folder for both users. Alternatively, if you want to keep the home file structure and if we say now the profile folder is on user's office account, then you could probably share this folder with ...
It should be as simple as using: sudo apt-get install thunderbird:i386 Since there's multiarch is possible to do this easily without complications.
/etc/default/locale contains the system default settings, but if you have user level settings e.g. in ~/.pam_environment they take precedence. If you want to use en_DK.UTF-8 for a single locale category, I'd recommend that you edit your ~/.profile file and add: export LC_TIME="en_DK.UTF-8"
I solved a similar problem using this advice. Basically, I had to disable EDS integration add-on in Thunderbird. Click "Tools" -> "Add-ons" menu item. Select "Extensions". Select "EDS Contact Integration". Press the "Disable" button. Click "File" -> "Quit" menu item. Launch Thunderbird again. Of course, I have no idea whatsoever of what EDS integration ...
This seems to be a bug on Google's end. A workaround, as described here, is to go to Tools -> Add-ons -> Extensions, click Preferences for the Google Calendar Tab plug-in and activate Google Apps for your domain with the following URL: https://www.google.com/calendar/render
If you want to install the latest version of mozilla Thunderbird, you can use the Daily PPA maintained by the Mozilla team. It uses the trunk version of Thunderbird so bugs are expected to happen, and there's also Firefox trunk: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install thunderbird-trunk There is also a ...
To install the latest stable version of Thunderbird which is 24.3.0, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: For 32bit wget ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/thunderbird/releases/24.3.0/linux-i686/en-US/thunderbird-24.3.0.tar.bz2 For 64bit wget ...
Actually, Its a Bug, here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/compiz/+bug/1244754 It will be soon fixed in Ubuntu 14.04. So, You must use Evolution instead of Thunderbird. To install Evolution mail press the SuperKey and type: software center. When the software center is open follow these steps: In the search field type: evolution mail Select the ...
As I tested Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.6 in Ubuntu 13.10. It seems that for both, late releases of Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird moved their cache folders to ~/.cache. Profiles configuration kept in same place ~/.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini and ~/.thunderbird/profiles.ini. Firefox: ~/.mozilla/firefox/ → ~/.cache/mozilla/firefox/ Thunderbird: ~/.thunderbird/ ...
You can install attachment count add-on which gives an other column to the existing ones. The required steps are the following: For TB 22+ in terminal: wget http://downloads.mozdev.org/attachmentcount/AttachmentCount-1.7.xpi Then you install the add-on from: Tools / Add-ons / Extensions / install add-on from file (in the button next to the search field) ...
You can try addon named FiltaQuilla which in theory allows you to execute an external command during message filtering.
You can use the terminal to download and install it directly. wget http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/thunderbird/releases/24.3.0/linux-i686/en-US/thunderbird-24.3.0.tar.bz2 -O- | sudo tar xj -C /opt && sudo ln -s /opt/thunderbird/thunderbird /usr/bin/thunderbird Note that this will also create a link in /usr/bin/ so that you can launch ...
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