The page Removing Firefox in Ubuntu with all add-ons like it never existed addresses Firefox installed using APT but in your case, it has been installed as a snap.
This can be checked using the command type firefox. If you get an output like /snap/bin/firefox, Firefox is installed using snap on your machine.
To uninstall Firefox which has been installed ...
I think what you want is actually well documented on the ZFSOnlinux page
# To set swap on a zfs drive:
zfs create -V 8G -b $(getconf PAGESIZE) -o logbias=throughput -o sync=always -o primarycache=metadata -o com.sun:auto-snapshot=false VMs/swap
mkswap -f /dev/zvol/VMs/swap
# IN FSTAB
/dev/zvol/VMs/swap none swap discard 0 ...
A solution is to use a different tool and remove completely that widget.
sudo apt install kmix
By default the actions on the tray icon don't affect the bluetooth speaker, until that speaker is selected as master channel (righ-click the icon, "Select Master Channel").
It shows no volume change pop-up on mouse actions on the tray icon (at least not in this ...
Wifi worked. You installed a new driver. Wifi broke.
backport-iwlwifi, 7906, 5.3.0-26-generic, x86_64: installed
To remove the backport-iwlwifi-dkms driver, and revert to the original iwlwifi driver...
sudo dkms remove backport-iwlwifi/7906 -k 5.3.0-26-generic
You're NOT in the dialout group, (phil adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lpadmin lxd sambashare), so you have "other" access to
crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 188, 0 Jan 13 13:31 /dev/ttyUSB0
that is, ---, or NO access.
To put yourself in the dialout group, you must do two steps:
First, update your group membership with:
sudo adduser $USER dialout
Then, start a ...
In the above window only, I typed:
Pressing Enter after this opens a Window with few different options:
Advanced Options for Ubuntu
and some other options...
Choose the first option, and then choose a kernel in Recovery Mode (only the latest version of the kernel worked for me, after using ...
Found the solution from this question:
Settings not opening on Ubuntu 19.10
And it is to reset the last panel using this command:
gsettings set org.gnome.ControlCenter last-panel ''
and installing hidpi-daemon for Devices section in settings
sudo apt install hidpi-daemon
I just tried it on 19.10 and it works for me with gedit 3.34.0 and https://github.com/nymanjens/gedit-intelligent-text-completion/releases/download/v2.4/intelligent-text-completion-gedit3-8-v2.5.tar.gz.
The key point maybe is that you first need to install gedit-plugins from the 19.10 repositories with sudo apt install gedit-plugins.
After doing so, ...
Please note the valuable comments from Experts
You should not edit files directly inside /etc/xdg/autostart directory
by hand. It is a bad idea, bad method and bad recommendation. It will
be overwritten on next package update. Instead - copy this file to
~/.config/autostart and then edit it for your needs. Or use GNOME GUI
After creating a hotspot for the first time, a file called Hotspot is created in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections, which holds configuration settings. So make sure to create a hotspot first, or else this file will not be present. Edit the configuration file with a text editor, for example, nano using the command:
sudo nano /etc/NetworkManager/system-...
One possible reason is mentioned in Analyzing GNOME keyboard shortcuts which is one in a series "to analyze keyboard shortcuts in most major DEs". Quoting from there:
Meta+arrow does not match a full set of tiling like Plasma (in which Meta+Up/Down tiles up and down), that is, it does not match semantically, because GNOME acknowledges that tiling up and ...
Without sensors command this has worked on many Ubuntu distributions for me:
$ paste <(cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone*/type) <(cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone*/temp) | column -s $'\t' -t | sed 's/\(.\)..$/.\1°C/'
INT3400 Thermal 20.0°C
Linux works different than Windows, and as such, a unified place to enable/disable devices is not available. This is also due to different mechanisms that drivers my use. Some drivers come directly with the kernel and can (or cannot) be disabled by blacklisting modules. Other drivers are working on Xorg and can be enabled/disabled by configuration files or ...
$ classicmenu-indicator --help
Usage: classicmenu-indicator [options]
--version show program's version number and exit
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-m, --show-menu Show menu at mouse pointer location. This requires an
already running instance of ClassicMenu Indicator
Okay I got it. You need to remove ubuntu-desktop-minimal:
$ sudo apt remove ubuntu-desktop-minimal
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
The following packages will be REMOVED:
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 2 to remove and 110 not upgraded.
After this ...
I had the same problem after updating from Ubuntu 19.04 to 19.10. It seems that before the update process, we both probably had the package "backport-iwlwifi-dkms" installed, either manually or automatically. That package compiled a driver for the specific version kernel you were on. Although it may have mostly worked after the update, the Additional Drivers ...
This problem occurs because of a conflict between ntp.service and systemd-timesyncd.service. It's a known bug.
Why does this happen? It occurs on systems that have been upgraded to 19.10. ntp.service is carried over during an upgrade, and 19.10's systemd-timesyncd.server won't start in its presence.
You can change keyboard backlight settings in kbd_backlight/stop_timeout file.
To find location of keyboard backlight configuration file according to your keyboard, you can execute following command in terminal.
sudo find /sys/devices/ -name "kbd_backlight"
You can configure timeout in seconds.
sudo nano <full path of kbd_backlight dir>/...
First install vanilla gnome. (This step may be optional, but I cannot verify because this is just the path I took.)
sudo apt install vanilla-gnome-desktop
Now restart your system with the new vanilla gnome.
Then remove the extension. This will remove some meta packages, but don't worry. It will not break anything.
sudo apt remove gnome-shell-extension-...
After doing some tests, I finally got the following:
Bootlogd is no longer supported. Plymouth service takes over. The file /etc/default/bootlogd is irrelevant.
For plymouth.service to log messages to /var/log/boot.log file, the file /etc/default/grub should contain the following line: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash". Otherwise plymouth ...
Launch the Settings application and go to Devices > Keyboard. Under the 'Navigation' section, set Alt+Tab as the shortcut for 'Switch applications'. For 'Switch windows', use something else, for example Super+Tab.
I have an interesting observation.
With me it also does not work out of the box, but when reversing the button settings for my mouse to lefthanded in the control panel I can operate the the XAIR sliders and buttons.
Then it gets a bit awkward for the other applications, but I can control the mixer.
So it seems that the mouse buttons somehow get mixed up
I am currently having the same issue on Manjaro.
But I have switched to another VT. I started the program with the following command(I was on TTY5):
xinit ./X-AIR-EDIT -- :1 vt5
It started, and I was able to move faders, click mutes, etc.
I am not sure what does this prove though. Is this something XFCE related?
Eventually, and if working properly, you should see non-zero packet and byte counts for the country blocking rules. Example:
Chain INPUT (policy DROP 0 packets, 0 bytes)
pkts bytes target prot opt in out source destination
60848 3326067 DROP all -- enp4s0 * 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 ...
if I understood your question correctly..
for example, if you have 3 profiles like V1, V2 & V3 and you would like to select profile V1, you can run the below command
gsettings set com.github.wwmm.pulseeffects last-used-preset 'V1'
if you dont want this, you can use below command
gsettings reset com.github.wwmm.pulseeffects last-used-preset
you can ...
The alarm-clock-applet package was dropped from Ubuntu after 19.04
Looking at the Debian package tracker page and the Ubuntu changelogs page, looks like this package was abandoned upstream several years ago.
Abandoned packages are not receiving maintenance, bugfixes, and security patches. They are routinely removed from Debian and Ubuntu. Removed packages ...