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Lock down specific settings cited from GNOME Help/Sysadmin Guide/User Settings/Lock down specific settings To lock down a dconf key, you will need to create a locks subdirectory in the keyfile directory. The files inside this directory contain a list of keys to lock. Just as with the keyfiles, you may add any number of files to this ...


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You probably solved your problem, but I'm posting for posterity's sake: changing the Synaptic Finger setting to 5 16 216 solved it for me.


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I am not sure what Syndeamon is or should do, but it could very well be that it is started too early, and crashes because the desktop is not fully loaded yet. What you can do is to add a small pause of 10-15 seconds to the start up command. To do that: Open the automatically created .desktop file in ~/.config/autostart (drag it over a gedit window) ...


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yeah.. googled about that a bit.. you cant really seem to bing them.. as its not a key binding.. but if it has the multi touch option (your touchpad) then you can configure it using ubuntu. heres a link i found that might help you : Touchpad gestures to change workspace


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If your hardware is incompatible with the standard Ubuntu pm-hibernate, you might want to check out TuxOnIce. That is a very sophisticated hibernation program with its own PPA. That being said: you should never install a PPA because someone told you so (including me) until you've done some research and made a sound, personal judgement as to what the risks ...


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have you tried checking the "input" under system settings? I don't have it in front of me but I believe the tab "gestures and shortcuts" would solve your problem. Or just hit "restore default settings (on that tab, not the whole system)". Other than that you would have to find the folder and file for your keyboard mapping. Also check to see if they changed ...


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Have you tried? $ sudo apt-get check If you have some library problems, that command will tell you. In that case, you can solve it using: $ sudo apt-get -f install This will repair broken dependencies, that could be the problem.



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