In Kubuntu 17.04 Zesty, in System Settings > Shortcuts > Global Shortcuts > System Settings, you have an option Window One Desktop [Down/to the Left/to the Right/Up]. Which is a slightly different place from what the other answer says.
On my install of Kubuntu 15.10 and KDE neon, notify-send command was not available until I installed the libnotify-bin package.
After installing libnotify-bin, notify-send works fine:
sudo apt-get install libnotify-bin
Until ubuntu provides a fix for this problem, i found a workaround!
I use the command pkill -f akonadi and add it to the startup. System Settings>>Startup & Shutdown>>Autostart. using this command all the akonadi services get killed at startup and mysqld process will be killed along with it and all the memory occupied by them will be released.
I got rid of the "KDE Wallet System" dialog (whenever I started Chrome) as follows:
Edit ~/.config/kwalletrc (see note below), and add
Kill the kdewallet daemon:
pkill kdewallet5 (or killall kdewallet5)
I found this option when I looked through the source code (on kde.org or at the Github mirror).
If putting kwalletrc in ~/.config ...
At least first two options should work, I just have a problem with notifications in KDE in general: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kde-runtime/+bug/1547752
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I had the same problem, and although I don't know how to uninstall akonadi, I uninstalled the applications that make usage of it: kontact, kaddressbook, kmail, knotes and korganizer. Akregator doesn't seem to start akonadi so I let it installed.
sudo apt-get remove kontact kaddressbook kmail knotes korganizer
My memory usage had decreased from almost ...
Start System settings.
Go to the Advanced tab.
Press KDE Wallet icon.
Uncheck Enable the KDE Wallet subsystem.
OS: Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS.
In Ubuntu 14.04 (trusty), step (2) is now "Go to Account Details"
I'm using the command sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop* kdm*
You should provide specific packages. If it wouldn't help, try following:
sudo apt-get autoremove -y
sudo apt-get remove --purge kde-telepathy-minimal
sudo apt-get remove --purge kde-telepathy
And run install again. If you will face it again, do following
"Unmet dependencies" ...
If you want to use the latest from KDE you could use KDE Neon instead of Kubuntu, which is Ubuntu LTS with the latest KDE.
You can get KDE Neon at: https://neon.kde.org/
There are two different versions to choose from.
A User Edition, featuring the latest officially released KDE software on a stable base. Ideal for everyday users.
A Developer Edition, ...
As suggested by user26687 the solution mentioned in the bug report seems to solve the problem:
install the needed thumbnailers
make a symbolic link to the installed thumbnailers in the qt5 plugins folder, run:
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/plugins/* /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt5/plugins/
Replace x86_64-linux-gnu with i386-linux-gnu for 32bit.
KDE Frameworks 5 (KF5)
So the services are at:
kf5-config --path services
The new KF5 service menus are at:
More of the KF5 paths:
Kubuntu Forums - KF5 Service Menus - https://www.kubuntuforums.net/showthread.php?25740-...
In the System Settings > Shortcuts > Global Keyboard Shortcuts > KWin, you have an option Window One Desktop [Down/to the Left/to the Right/Up], as well as some other options for moving windows to other desktops or screens.
(I found my solution by searching for kwin move window desktop and selecting time period last year and found this link)
I use Ubuntu 16.04.LTS and found the 'kdwalletrc' file in this path
Switch the option 'Enable' from 'true' to 'false' to disable kdeWallet
Close When Idle=false
You need to add a Folder View widget to your desktop.
To do this:
Right click on your desktop and select "Add Widgets".
Look for the "Folder View" widget and drag it to your desktop, it should default to your /home/user/Desktop folder.
It depends on your definition of "useful". It's there so that you don't have to see the different parts of Plasma (e.g. panel, desktop, icons, etc) loading one at a time if your system is slow. There is no problem with turning it off if your system is fast enough that everything appears instantly, or if you don't care that things appear one-at-a-time.
I had the same issue when upgraded from 5.6 to 5.7, found a fix in this post:
The icon issue can be fixed by opening terminal and typing:
sudo apt remove sni-qt sni-qt:i386 plasma-systray-legacy
and restarting the apps.
Removing "sni-qt", "sni-qt:i386", "plasma-systray-legacy" solved the issue.
I'm guessing you've installed some other GTK based Desktop Environments (Such as Lubuntu or Xubuntu) in your Kubuntu installation. Though the theme changes, they revert back to the ugly Striped look after a reboot. The solution is installing gtk3-engines-breeze.
sudo apt-get install gtk3-engines-breeze kde-config-gtk-style
After installing, Open System ...
Connecting to PPTP VPN in Kubuntu 16.04 is easy. Follow the procedure:
Click on the Network Manager Icon on the Panel
If you can't find that icon, install plasma-nm package.
sudo apt-get install plasma-nm
and add the widget to the panel
In the Opened Pop-Up notification, click on the Settings Icon at the right side.
On the New Connection Editor ...
Updating to 16.10 fixed this problem for me. I did have to reboot after pairing for some reason, but it's been working fine since then.
I know that's not a solution for 16.04, but it does confirm again that this keyboard can work under Linux.
It's not in backports PPA yet (as of 6th February). You can see it on launchpad https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-ppa/+archive/ubuntu/backports/+packages?field.name_filter=plasma&field.status_filter=published&field.series_filter= . Just sit tight and wait until it gets added
Click the Hamburger-icon at the right end of the panel, remove the 'Task Manager'-widget, then click Add Widgets, scroll the widget-list down to find the Icons-only Task Manager-widget and drag it to the panel.
Open KRunner (default shortcut is Alt + F2)
Type: kdesudo kate /etc/xdg/kickoffrc. Then type your password.
Before editing you can ensure that kickoffrc is really placed there by running find $(echo $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS | sed 's/:/ /g') -name kickoffrc 2>/dev/null in Konsole. Echoing $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS will show you directories where this file can be ...
Various colors can be changed via System Settings.
Under Workspace Theme, make a note of the themes that are active in Look and Feel and Desktop Theme.
Go back to the opening screen of System Settings and click on Colors.
Under Application Color Scheme, click on the name of the scheme you have as active in Look and Feel.
Below the list of themes, click Edit ...
This is possible by accessing the Audio Volume widget's settings.
Right-click the Audio Volume widget and open settings.
Open the General Tab.
Change max volume and volume step as per your needs.
That's it. Now, increasing volume through the volume keys lets you reach volume levels greater than 100%.
Yes, and it is straight in your face. Though, it might be slightly inconvenient to use if you do not know the name of the keys.
Lets say you want to search the shortcut associated with Ctrl+B; you open System Settings, then navigate to Shortcuts, and just type in the search bar: Ctrl+B
You will see the list of shortcuts filter by this regex.
tl;dr: In ...
I have the Kubuntu backports ppa enabled on my system and so I may have a more recent version of Plasma than provided by vanilla Kubuntu 19.04.
Operating System: Kubuntu 19.04
KDE Plasma Version: 5.16.4
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.60.0
Qt Version: 5.12.2
Kernel Version: 5.0.0-23-generic
OS Type: 64-bit
When I opened System Settings > Regional Settings > ...