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OK, so I found the way. I just had to drag and drop the icon from the Dash to the Unity Launcher. Now it is locked there.
I think you're looking for commands to run juju from the terminal. After installing Juju, you'll need to configure it first. To configure, open the terminal and run juju generate-config Furthermore, to run juju you can use juju bootstrap followed by something like juju wordpress in case you wish to deploy the charm for Wordpress.
I had the same issue with my freshly installed 13.10 machine. I ended up creating a custom chrome.desktop file which you can learn about here to create a link to in the unity bar. At the end of the day I didn’t appreciate the lack of integration with unity and ended up un-installing. Ill probably add it back later on or wait till some of the bugs get worked ...
The first answer didn't work for me at one time. Although I was able to uninstall the Unity web app, it was still kept on the Dash. Here's an alternative solution if that didn't work for you too somehow: Find the .desktop file in .local/share/applications. Move it to Trash. For me, it was a YouTube web app, and it looked like this: ...
Do you try with Chromium or Chrome? By default under Ubuntu you got Chrome but you can let try with Chromiun You can type in the terminal: sudo apt-get install chromium-browser If you already try with this one, you can try with Google Chrome. cd /tmp For the 32-bit version of Google Chrome, use the link below. wget ...
install Fogger and that will have a way around to turn evernote sudo add-apt-repository ppa:loneowais/fogger sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install fogger and its so easy. Just choose the option create a new fog app Then you will get prompt as Type URL as : www.evernote.com Name: your wish ( usually Evernote) Then just type as Evernote in Unity ...
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