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It worked with unity --replace.
I'm running version 14.04LTS on a Dell D630 with 4Gb of RAM. I was having a related problem like this. When I pressed on the Ubuntu icon to "Search your computer and online sources", I was presented with a pink hued screen and much pixelation. Sometimes it even locked up the computer. What I did was go to "Settings -> Security & Privacy", then click ...
Answering the question, you simply need a .desktop file that contains general information about your PyCharm executable file and references to its executable. This answer gives an example of .desktop file for PyCharm; and This answer shows the paths for placing the .desktop file. Have in mind, that you might want to set your Name= field to include your ...
Prepare PyCharm 4.5 Move the installation: sudo mv -r ~/Downloads/pycharm-4.5 /opt/pycharm-4.5 Create a new file in ~/.local/share/applications/ nano ~/.local/share/applications/pycharm.desktop and add the following content [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=PyCharm Comment=The Most Intelligent Python IDE Icon=pycharm ...
You have to create a *.desktop entry and place it in /usr/share/applications or ~/.local/share/applications. Example: # eclipse.desktop [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Type=Application Terminal=false Exec=/home/me/Development/tools/eclipse Name=Eclipse Comment=Develop software with the Eclipse IDE Icon=icon path here gnome-desktop-item-edit from package ...
All scopes are in the package unity-scopes-master-default Explanation, eg: apt-file search searchin.scope apt-file search recipes.scope [..] Scopes A new generation of mobile experiences Build more than just apps Ubuntu enables the delivery of content and services directly to the screen – effectively creating a rich, fast and unfragmented ...
Download this. It is a program called Main Menu that lets you make launchers with custom commands. Create a new launcher and tell it to run the command chromium-browser --no-referrers. You can find a chromium logo on google and set it as the icon if you want. PS: To get the new launcher on the sidebar, search for it using the super (windows) key and drag it ...
You need to edit the chromium-browser.desktop file a bit, but best practice is to edit a local copy of it in ~/.local/share/applications. What you need to do Copy the global chromium-browser.desktop from /usr/share/applications to ~/.local/share/applications cp /usr/share/applications/chromium-browser.desktop ~/.local/share/applications Open the file: ...
Open the application "Terminal" like you'd open chromium-browser and type chromium-browser --no-referrers and hit Enter. Use chromium and after you closed it, wait a little and close the terminal.
Seemes like you have to remove ~/.cache/software-center/*, log out and log in again. It seems to have helped me.
Unity != GNOME Flashback. You can try to use Alt+F2 to open run dialog. It will allow you to launch firefox by typing name and hitting enter.
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