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accepted How do I add or manipulate Application/System Indicators in the login screen?
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May
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revised Why are there so many “linux-” kernel packages on my machine, and what do they all do?
Edited to dispel duplication warning.
May
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comment How do I add or manipulate Application/System Indicators in the login screen?
This one allows me to remove the accessibility (ug-accessibility) and wireless (application) indicators. Between this answer and your previous one, it is now possible to remove every one of the preinstalled indicators.
May
14
comment Disable auto-opening nautilus window after auto-mount
This didn't work for me on 15.04 with Unity. The graphical dconf solution did.
May
13
comment How do I add or manipulate Application/System Indicators in the login screen?
@ByteCommander, here are (most of the) files: pastebin.com/zZ6KjPNR
May
13
comment How do I add or manipulate Application/System Indicators in the login screen?
@ByteCommander, there are four greeter configuration files in my /etc/lightdm: lightdm.conf, lightdm-gtk-greeter.conf, lightdm-gtk-greeter-ubuntu.conf, and lightdm-webkit-greeter.conf. I have no idea what the difference between any of them is, but I did try to disable the login screen clock through each of them, and it didn't work.
May
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comment How do I add or manipulate Application/System Indicators in the login screen?
Aaa! This is the first thing that I've tried that works! However, I don't see either the wireless or the accessibility indicators present, both of which I want to hide. Would you happen to know where these are?
May
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May
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comment How do I add or manipulate Application/System Indicators in the login screen?
@Serg, yes, I'm using 14.04.
May
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comment Upgrade to 15.04 breaks deja dup backups to Amazon S3?
Do you have any experience with Python? If so, then you may want to look into manually editing that file to see what's going on (e.g., that's not a data error, that's a failed assertion; you might want to try printing the value of "scheme" to a file or something; also, this is usually a bad idea, but (1) there is a very low probability that anything you do here could actually mess your backup scheme up and (2) you might be able to fix a bug in Deja-Dup itself).
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comment How to build libgee (“undefined reference to 'g_get_num_processors'”)?
Why are you installing 0.11? Try 0.18 instead; I compiled it on my first try on a semi-standard Ubuntu system.
Apr
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asked How do I add or manipulate Application/System Indicators in the login screen?
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reviewed No Action Needed Ubuntu install crashes using Live-USB made in Win7
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reviewed No Action Needed Multiple terminal windows
Mar
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accepted Why are there so many “linux-” kernel packages on my machine, and what do they all do?
Mar
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accepted How can I mount a SMB share exactly like Nautilus does it?
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revised How would I create an alias to run a game? (Minecraft)
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