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Dec
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comment Modifying Key- and Mouse-Bindings for GNOME Shell
The overlay key is now configured at /org/gnome/mutter/overlay-key. By the way, how do you open gconf URLs?
Dec
14
comment Making network connection “available to all users” and “connect automatically” has no effect
Thank you, point 3 worked fine. As a side note, people still wonder why Linux on desktop just isn't happening. So, here is one reason: GUI fails to do basic tasks for you and doesn't even provide meaningful error messages.
Dec
14
awarded  Scholar
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accepted Making network connection “available to all users” and “connect automatically” has no effect
Dec
14
comment Making network connection “available to all users” and “connect automatically” has no effect
1) Understood; would be not much of a problem (just 2 clicks) if other users could connect manually. 2) My home directory is indeed encrypted, but the file you described (or anything in /etc/NetworkManager/...) doesn't reference it... The only suspicious entry in it is password-flags=1, or does that mean VPN connection password?
Dec
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awarded  Student
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asked Making network connection “available to all users” and “connect automatically” has no effect
Dec
9
comment Command to launch an application or to show its window if already launched
Great, worked for me. Some observations: GNOME shortcuts fail silently, so make sure to test from command line first, to see any errors. You can't use ~ in shortcut command, have to to spell it out like /home/.... You can use sth. like app=$1 and pass application name as the first parameter, to avoid creating a ton of similar scripts.
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awarded  Supporter