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How can I open the settings menu from bash on Xubuntu?

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The main settings panel is

xfce4-settings-manager

but, if you want to open specific settings dialog there are other commands to help you. Like

xfce4-mime-settings (opens mime editor)
xfce4-session-settings (startup/auto-start settings)
xfce4-accessibility-settings 
xfce4-mouse-settings
xfce4-settings-editor
xfce4-appearance-settings
xfce4-notes-settings          
xfce4-notifyd-config (notification settings)
xfce4-clipman-settings (default clip manager's)
xfce4-power-manager-settings
xfce4-display-settings
xfce4-keyboard-settings

Other settings purpose can be easily derived from name.

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This should launch it:

xfce4-settings

If that doesn't work, it's one of the following:

xfce4-settings-manager
xfce-mcs-manager

https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1087272

http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=xfce4

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