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The package, appropriately, is called command-not-found. The integration with bash for this package is part of the bash package itself, and unless you modified /etc/bash.bashrc, should work if you have this package installed. If you're using zsh, then add to /etc/zshrc: . /etc/zsh_command_not_found
muru's answer is right that the package is called command-not-found. It basically provides a python script /usr/lib/command-not-found that actually does the main job. But the messages that you get in Ubuntu is actually defined by a function that actually exploits command-not-found's properties. Its called command_not_found_handle and resides in ...
xfce4-terminal uses vte to draw the actual terminal emulator and vte does not support line wrapping. With gnome3, gnome-terminal now uses vte3 and vte3 does support does line wrapping on resize events. Note that vte is an old version without much development going on. So I would use gnome-terminal if you can. To open the transparency settings go in Edit ...
Clementine and VLC are Qt applications, and Numix is a GTK theme, so you need to tell Qt applications to use GTK themes. This can be done by installing 'qt4-qtconfig'. sudo apt-get install qt4-qtconfig Then find the application in your menu called "Qt 4 Settings" and run it. In "Qt 4 Settings" where it says "GUI Style - Select GUI Style:", choose "GTK+" ...
Normally to start the Xfce session from the console, you should put: xfce4-session More here, but I'm not sure about using this with VNC. Remember that first you have to install Xfce, in first step from Your link (Installing a Desktop and VNC on your Linode) change: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop to: sudo apt-get install xfce4
By doing the above procedure , only the icon is gone . To actually stop it from running in background , double click on the icon and a window will open . Now close all the left over print jobs ( probably left over commands or unsuccessful print commands ) . Then the icon will be gone and the printing mechanism is actually closed .
Stick the following into a shell script and arrange for it to run at login: #!/bin/sh synclient TapButton1=1 synclient TapButton2=3 synclient TapButton3=2 That'll make a single-finger tap do a single-click, two-finger tap does a right-click, and three-finger tap does a middle-click.
This is fairly old, but I thought I'd reopen this, with a possible but report in the making. I oversee a fairly large network on which we have many users who access a central LTSP server. Lately, we've noticed slowdowns and unintended log-offs when users take screenshots. Looking at top -0 %MEM, there are some xfce4-screenshooter processes taking fairly ...
In my case following helps: sudo apt-get purge light-locker
You need to add -moz-appearance: none; to all your CSS rules. If that alone doesn't make it, you'll have to add a fix to your gtk-2.0 theme. Check the answer for: How to fix firefox's look with a dark theme?
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