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A cleaner way to upgrade to a newer Ubuntu mainline kernel, that integrates well with the package manager and DKMS, is to subscribe to ppa:canonical-kernel-team/ppa and install the new Hardware Enablement Stack: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:canonical-kernel-team/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-vivid However the only release ...


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An example - In your screen you show Banshee selected. Just single click on > on the next screen click the disable button to disable. Same for anything else in the Dash plugins section


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It sounds like you opened the dash by hitting Super. However, this opens the home page of the dash which provides usually both files and applications as s search result. You have to use the Applications lens to search for your programs. You can get there by opening the dash (hit Super or click on the Ubuntu symbol at the top of the launcher bar on the ...


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The fix: restarting the PC. I don't know why I couldn't see the letter "g" before, but I can now.


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Different shortcuts The bookmarks you see in the Nautilus launcher are divided into different sections. Some are stored in the nautilus.desktop file (static section), others are added automatically from the file ~/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks. The last file is automatically edited and updated if you add bookmarks via the (nautilus) bookmarks menu. The "Open a ...


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You could try the following command. unity --reset-icons That will reset all icons to default and if that fails reset Unity . unity --reset


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To see the GUI for Samba, run: sudo apt-get install system-config-samba then go to the dash and type system-config-samba and that should be the only icon left. Click that one! Sorry for the back-and forth. I should have done the apt-cache search samba GUI as the first thing!


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Right click the app's icon. On the next screen that appears, select the "Uninstall" button. The app should now be uninstalled.


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Setting the filter options manually and force it to stick after a restart To set the "filter" option of Dash: Open Dash At the right, click on to "Filter results" Uncheck "Files & Folders" (Categories) From now on, when you type a name, No Files or Folders will show up by default : How to force it to stick, even after a restart (workaround) ...


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If it ain't broke, don't fix it. I get similar warnings for many programs I execute through the command line and I've never had any problems. You could just ignore those messages, since, as you say, there's no problem with chrome itself.


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In order to clear usage data from the dash you can open Security & Privacy: Then select Clear Usage Data and select the desired time frame: You can also disable all monitoring of files from this configuration menu or deselect specific file-types on the left side.



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