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May
25
accepted How to make the clock sync automatically after suspension of a Virtual Machine
May
25
comment How to make the clock sync automatically after suspension of a Virtual Machine
I installed the package, then, during installation I was asked if I want to replace (or something similar) a few already existing programs from the VMware tools set. I declined and let the installation finish. At night the VM was suspended and after resuming this morning, it looks like the clock is in perfect sync with the Win 7 clock. So, for now it looks like this is a solution to the problem.
May
24
asked How to make the clock sync automatically after suspension of a Virtual Machine
Apr
10
comment Why can't I get a working session with vnc4server
How is gnome-terminal (x-terminal-emulator) related to the problem?
Apr
10
comment Why can't I get a working session with vnc4server
Is this a default file that vnc4server reads whenever it starts, before reading the per-user file?
Apr
10
answered Why can't I get a working session with vnc4server
Apr
10
comment Why can't I get a working session with vnc4server
Thanks, @Hobie, but everything was set correctly, otherwise I won't even be able to connect.
Apr
9
revised Why can't I get a working session with vnc4server
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Apr
9
asked Why can't I get a working session with vnc4server
Apr
3
comment How to close multiple gnome-terminals?
Looks like a useful utility, although not a basic Linux command. Nice first post!
Apr
3
accepted How to close multiple gnome-terminals?
Mar
22
revised Why does the “d” key minimizes and restores the terminal?
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Mar
22
comment Why does the “d” key minimizes and restores the terminal?
Yes, this led me to the problem! By default, I had just "D" in the "Navigation"->"Hide all normal windows" shortcut... changed it to Ctrl-Alt-D, like in the other account, and voila!
Mar
22
accepted Why does the “d” key minimizes and restores the terminal?
Mar
22
revised Why does the “d” key minimizes and restores the terminal?
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Mar
22
asked Why does the “d” key minimizes and restores the terminal?
Mar
20
comment Can't find the Network Connections icon in my GNOME Classic systray
@fossfreedom - this one does not work. When I do this, I get the menu "Mute"/"Sound Preferences", which is the same for just doing right-click or any combo including the Win key.
Mar
20
comment Can't find the Network Connections icon in my GNOME Classic systray
@BrunoPereira - you're a little trigger happy... ;-) Give me a chance to settle this issue to the end...
Mar
20
comment Can't find the Network Connections icon in my GNOME Classic systray
@fossfreedom - so I read it through but I can't figure out how to configure the applet or how to remove the old volume control icon.
Mar
20
comment Can't find the Network Connections icon in my GNOME Classic systray
NVM, I just have to finish reading through you answer...