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You can use xfconf-query to edit Appearance settings from command line. Set Window Manager: xfconf-query -c xfwm4 -p /general/theme -s Numix Set theme: xfconf-query -c xsettings -p /Net/ThemeName -s Numix Set icon theme: xfconf-query -c xsettings -p /Net/IconThemeName -s Numix (I believe you need to install the Numix icon theme package in Xubuntu ...


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In Keyboard > Application Shortcuts I have xfce4-display-settings --minimal listed in a couple of places. You may want to try deleting or re-assigning those. Sometimes you cannot delete particular entries for keyboard shortcuts for applications. I know this is the case for some in Window Manager > Keyboard. In order to assign the same shortcut to something ...


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You can't place a non-English language after an English language. The simple rationale for this is that English is always available, so it would make little sense to set a non-English fallback language. To enable Greek as the display language, you need to drag it to the far top of the list in this case.


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The easiest way is to delete the menu accelearators' configuration files, then restart the corresponding applications to take effect (no need to logout or reboot the system). Where are the config files The configuration files are found as accels.scm per application basis, per user. To list down all existing files for current user, run the following command ...


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Well this is embarrassing, but it helps to make sure you have the right UUID's in the right places in fstab: I added the UUID from the partition of /usr/share to another partition (near identical size) that I wanted mounted on startup through /media/..., so I had it in there twice, and got no errors or trouble by doing so! So it seams you can mount ...



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