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It seems to be a bug in Chrome / Chromium, see this related reports: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=478714 https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/chromium-browser/+bug/1449063


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There might be a more elegant solution, but this one worked for me. Find the program launcher in your old computer. You can find all of your program launchers in $HOME/.config/xfce4/panel/ Each launcher, at least in my system, falls within a folder called "launcher-10", "laucher-11", etc. The one I want to copy is called "launcher-10" Look for the ...


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Since xinput list shows that your keyboard has device ID 12 what you need is xinput enable 12 and now your keyboard should work. This does not help explain why Xubuntu isn't enabling it nor does it help if you unplug it and replug it. In my experience the device ID is always the same. You can make a watchdog script to enable the keyboard if it's disabled: ...


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Well, I just find what causes this problem. This is due to I added export XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP=xfce in ~/.profile. I added that line to let Qt5 porgram to use native gtk file dialog but it causes this unintended problem.


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You may also need to grab Curl if it’s not already installed. to install, use this command: sudo apt-get install curl Once you have fully downloaded the .zip you need to extract it, and move the files inside to your home folder (/home/USERNAME). You may have completed the following, if not then keep reading. That’s all that's needed to ...



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