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For nautilus of ubuntu 14.04, you will have to edit gtk3.10, the same way as stated above, as the SideBar functionality was now ported into gtk (so that the file-open dialogue sidebar and the nautilus-sidebar are not separated implementations any more) edit /gtk/gtkplacessidebar.c I also tried this http://pastebin.com/K4GcHrz7 in nautilus-window.c, as ...


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Just do: sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-gnome-desktop gnome-shell gdm and gnome shell shall be removed(I had to say it like that). Don't worry, unity will work fine. In case you want to uninstall all the unneeded software gnome-ubnutu installs check out: Remove ubuntu-gnome-desktop? Edit1: to remove gnome flashback, do: sudo apt-get remove ...


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First I suggest you watch log for your file: Open Terminal auditctl -a exit,always -w /path/to/file and press Enter. sudo nano /var/log/audit/audit.log and press Enter to watch log. Full Freedesktop.org reference: Desktop Entry Specification Freedesktop example [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Type=Application Name=Foo Viewer Comment=The ...


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The Amazon icon is not a browser. It is a web app. It is just the Amazon site, embedded in the webapp-container process. Browser in the dash, is the new browser for Ubuntu, based on Oxide which is based on Chrome's engine.


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I don't have an answer, but for what it's worth, you're not alone. I'm running an older Nvidia 9600 GT and I noticed the same thing.


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You have to uninstall all of the plasma packages to get rid of the KDE themes. sudo apt-get purge oxygen-cursor-theme oxygen-cursor-theme-extra oxygen-icon-theme oxygen-icon-theme-complete gtk2-engines-oxygen gtk3-engines-oxygen kde-style-oxyge be sure to review the list of uninstalled applications before accepting the changes so you don't uninstall ...


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The command lspci -v Will tell you what driver is in use for each adapter. It looks like you are only using i915 intel graphics right now. If the kernel module nvidia is not loading . . . use CTRL + ALT + F2 to enter a text session, login with your username and password and then type the following commands: sudo service lightdm stop (if you are using ...


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Roughly spoken an X Server is the software that displays all the GUI elements and takes your input (keyboard and mouse). So if you have a graphical desktop you have an X Server running.


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A .desktop launcher file can likely just be (sort of) simplified down to something like the following [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=Google Maps Exec=google-chrome --app=https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@52.0547887,-1.3424413,11z Comment=Open Google Maps GenericName=Open Google Maps Icon=/home/wilf/.local/Google-Maps-icon.png Categories=GTK;Utility; ...


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The most elegant way is to "restart" the icon; to remove the icon from its position in the launcher and replace it on the same position. The script below does the job. It is in python2, since 12.04 does not come with python3 by default. However, it can be used in python3 as well, only change the shebang in that case. The script can also be useful (on later ...


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Reload the custom keyboard shortcuts as follows: Restart compiz. Open the terminal and type: setsid compiz --replace Restart unity shell. Open a run window, not a terminal, with the keyboard combination Alt+F2 and type unity. Click on the unity icon to restart unity shell.


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There is no universal wrapper (not that I've found), but the best thing (that I did find) is copy and learn... 1) Some documentation. 2) Many indicators with their source from which to choose and model. 3) My own indicators are a good starting point ;-)


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I'm not aware of a simple/lean clock indicator, however I have a cunning alternative. 1) Write a shell script which gets the current date/time. 2) Install indicator-sysmonitor from here. 3) Add your shell script to indicator-sysmonitor as one of the sensors (and ditch the other sensors). 4) Set the update period to be one minute, more or less frequent as ...


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Are you able to connect to your router via a terminal and get the speed from it? Alternatively, can the router run a script itself and so give the speed? If so, you could then take that script and add it to indicator-sysmonitor.


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Try using 'dig' dig omappedia.org For me it returns: (unnecessary lines omitted) omappedia.org. 7200 IN A 184.73.187.199 It does not respond to a ping, If I go directly to the IP address (184.73.187.199) I end up at "university.pandaboard.org" indicating that it is either a loadbalancer, or a server running multiple sites. You should ...



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