Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

If you install xubuntu-desktop, you will proabably recover most of what you lost. sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop


0

I have had similar issues when I had a stuck key on my keyboard or mouse. Try tapping SHIFT, CTRL, ALT, and Fn (if you have a Fn key) several times each. Also, check for stuck buttons on your mouse (Click and release each mouse button, including pushing down on the scroll wheel, and any ancillary buttons you may have, such as a thumb button). The key ...


0

Create a symlink for example: ln -s /home/pi/resources /home/pi/Desktop/Course Resources The first mart is the folder you want to link and the second part is the link on the desktop.


1

For the limited purpose of just playing a DVD saved as iso file, open it in VLC. To add a context menu action in Thunar, open the Thunar file manager anywhere click on Edit -> Configure custom actions it should look like so: and for adding the command browse for the VLC executable. For the larger purpose of mounting iso images as described in the ...


1

This action is default in PCManFM, the default file manager in Lubuntu. You may consider installing that in Xubuntu. Sorry for the German ;) Einhängen = Mount


0

I tried the same desktop file definition and it works as expected for me. So double check that the launcher script has the right permissions: chmod u+x /usr/local/robomongo-0.8.4-i386/bin/robomongo.sh Alternatively you may try the following Exec command: Exec=bash /usr/local/robomongo-0.8.4-i386/bin/robomongo.sh


1

After doing all those actions that are presented in the question and also after updating Psensor to version 1.1.2 the Radeon temperature appeared there after reboot. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jfi/psensor-unstable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install psensor More here. UPDATE: The radeon info appeared in Psensor only after reboot if set to launch ...


0

The good command is gksu xfce4-terminal


2

I use xfce4-sensors-plugin: It needs lm-sensors installed and configured, and it is in the standard (universe) repository. The ATI sensor (when used with the radeon open source driver) should be called something like radeon-pci-0100 --- Notice however that with recent kernels the card is kept off when not used, so the sensor is not read in that ...


0

Upgrading crouton didn't do the trick for me, until I realized you said you installed pulseaudio, so don't forget that step if you are having trouble. A simple "sudo apt-get install pulseaudio" in trusty, and with the newest crouton, and at least the my C720, you should have sound. (I did also install the restricted drivers,but not sure if that did ...


0

First check if the Ubuntu Unity interface isn't still installed by clicking on the Ubuntu logo next to your name in the log-in screen. Maybe the Unity interface is still installed. This post explains exactly how to change between different versions of *buntu. The easiest way would be to install Ubuntu Desktop before removing Xubuntu Desktop (if you want to ...


1

I figured out the issue with assistance from over in Ubuntu's own forum. I have to basically get rid of the LightDM preferences that Xubuntu left, reinstall LightDM, and it worked. There were some other packages that needed reinstalling after I got back in so Unity worked correctly, whih was unity-gtk2-module and unity-gtk3-module, then all is normal. ...


1

just right click on the mail icon, hit properties. you'll see a list of indicators like: sound, power management and messaging menu. check the box on the right next to messaging menu, close. log out, log back in and there, the icon should be gone. this hides the indicator instead of removing or deleting it which most of the times will result in issues ...


0

Here's a less invasive version of the script JanKanis posted. It accepts whatever components were passed to it, but yanks out the SSH component. #!/bin/bash ARGS="$@" COMPONENTS="" if [[ $ARGS =~ \-\-components= ]]; then component_match_expression='(\-\-components=([0-9a-z,]+))' COMPONENTS=$(echo $ARGS | grep -oP "$component_match_expression") ...


1

Use these commands to purge xubuntu and to install xfce: sudo apt-get purge xubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get autoclean sudo apt-get install xfce4 Run the command: apt-cache search xfce | grep xfce to list all available related packages. To install all of those packages, run this command sudo apt-get install xfce4*


2

In 'Window Manager' settings, under the 'Advanced' tab, disable 'Wrap workspaces when dragging a window off the screen'


0

You can also replace the default screenshoter gnome-screenshot in Ubuntu 14.04 Unity with shutter in the unity-control-center: use shutter -s to select an area and shutter -f for a full screenshot



Top 50 recent answers are included