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For the benefit of further readers having the same problem I would like to note that I managed to get the indicators to show up in the xfce4 indicator area without using the indicator plugin. I fiddled with the settings, but I think the key point was to deactivate the gnome indicators that I marked with red in the screen shot. I reckon these are gnomish ...


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You need to choose the deskbar mode in the orientation section of desktop settings, not vertical. This will also set your text horizontal for most other plugins, like clock text and icon labels.


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Well, 91G is your filesystem and home. 90% of that is in your home directory. Your personal files. 2.2G ./chris/.git 55G ./chris/Videos 129M ./chris/Downloads 3.4G ./chris/Music 20G ./chris/Documents 651M ./chris/Pictures 746M ./chris/.cache That is over 82G there. Literally half your drive is used up in /Videos. Also, run: sudo apt-get autoclean ...


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The script below can be used as an additional functionality to the "resize-to-quarter" option in 14.04. It can be run with the arguments: "left", "right", "up", "down", to further cut the quarter in eights. What it does If you have your window moved to the quarter of your screen: the script will cut the window in half, either the left, right, top or ...


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To build on the answer by @JanKanis, I traced it down to xfce4-session being the culprit for initiating the gnome-keyring-daemon --start command. When run that way gnome-keyring-daemon does not check for SSH_AUTH_SOCK already being set, which is a "feature", since you then can have both ssh-agent and gnome-keyring-daemon providing a socket. First things ...



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