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Jan
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comment Home encryption causes infinite login loop
Hi Xen2050. I changed both root&users' passwords via sudo passwd command in terminal. But encryption pass is unchanged, i have changed only root&users' ones.
Jan
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comment Home encryption causes infinite login loop
Hi ostendali. No no no, i didn't. I know the password and i enter it correctly. Same password works in command line when i decrypt data via command. I know difference between root and encrypt passwords. They are different. And i know both. Please read steps in question. The system doesn't ask encrypt passphrase, after login it returns to login screen again.
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comment Ubuntu resolution with Ultrabook
I tried to fix icon and panel problems with editing /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-2.0/gtkrc file. I found some rows about panel and icon sizes there, but i edited&saved&restarted, nothing changed.
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comment Ubuntu resolution with Ultrabook
Thank you very much rfindeis. Last link you gave 80% solved my problem :) Now only some icon and panel problems are still existings. Such as Chrome tab-headers are too small (also was Chrome content, but i enlarged it to 150% via Chrome settings, and now it's ok), Unity icons are smaller than normal(but fonts are quite well now), thats all. I think i should find any guide which will help me to zoom all system panel and icons yeah?
Apr
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comment Ubuntu resolution with Ultrabook
Thank you, i did same as you said. All fonts got normal size. (i adjusted 1.5 to scale as 1920/(96*13.3)~1.5. But only text problem fixed. Other interface parts(such as unity,nautilus,terminal and all other packages' panels&images&icons) are the same even after changing dpi to 160. When i change dpi via terminal, nearly nothing happens. Only screen twinks once, and no any visual seeable change i feel.
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