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Using GTKInspector I was able to zero in on the "zebra striping" and track it down to the following lines for the Ambiance theme (which I use and like) in /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-3.20/gtk-widgets.css: .view row:nth-child(odd):not(:selected) { /* zebra stripping, see LP#945430 */ background-color: shade (@base_color, 0.965); Having a ...


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Work Around: with the help of this post https://askubuntu.com/a/1140700/739431 install the xdotool package if not yet installed, sudo apt install xdotool run xmodmap -pke | grep TouchpadToggle example pratap@i7:~$ xmodmap -pke | grep TouchpadToggle keycode 71 = XF86TouchpadToggle NoSymbol XF86TouchpadToggle NoSymbol NoSymbol NoSymbol NoSymbol NoSymbol ...


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According to the results of apt policy gnome-control-center the GNOME desktop Settings application (the Settings app which has a white gear and red wrench icon) which is installed by default in Ubuntu is not currently installed on your system. To install the Settings app open the terminal and type: sudo apt install gnome-control-center To show more ...


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I have had the bug report suggestions setup this way for along time as sound is always routed to TV and I don't want it to switch to tinny laptop speakers. Use sudo -H gedit /etc/pulse/default.pa and find the lines: load-module module-switch-on-port-available load-module module-switch-on-connect Change them to: #load-module module-switch-on-port-...


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Finally I fixed this issue by installing Nvidia driver. Details: For days I have been frustrated by not only the issue mentioned above, but also significantly longer boot time (from 20s to around 60s) ,and frequently hanging shutdown process. What's more, the Gnome destkop easily got frozen, I had to reset my laptop. Then I investigated dmesg output, and ...


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I fix it. I have third party repository ppa:system76/pop It was added during pop-theme installation. After update gnome-control-center from system76/pop replace original gnome-control-center. What I've done: remove pop-theme remove system76/pop repository and GPG key from /etc/apt/* remove apt cache remove broken gnome-control-center from system76/pop ...


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You can reset the control center to a good state with dconf reset -f /org/gnome/control-center/


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In my opinion there is a much better solution to that problem other than getting rid of a useful repository I personally like. What helped me is fixing the main repo priority. You may see that there are two repositories available for gnome-control-center package and the system76 is used now using a apt-cache policy gnome-control-center command: gnome-...


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The following PPA has a backport of network-manager-l2tp-1.2.16-1 from Debian sid which should fix this issue : https://launchpad.net/~nm-l2tp/+archive/ubuntu/network-manager-l2tp For others reading this issue, it is related to a wrong PSK being used because a transient PSK file from another VPN connection that missed out on getting deleted was used. The ...


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