I had this problem using xrdp. There doesn't seem to be any effort to implement this function in openbox (see https://bugzilla.icculus.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3342 ). However, there is the possibility to use an alternative window manager with LXDE (see https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/LXDE#Use_a_different_window_manager -> option: "window_manager=" ), which ...
I'm kind of surprised this hasn't been answered properly. The solution is simple.
The media controls has to be controlled by starting the mpris-proxy server. After starting the server, your controls on the speaker/headset works like it would with your phone.
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 ...
You clearly copied those sources from someplace else and much older, which wasn't wise.
This won't work, because Eoan (19.10) is not OLD (unsupported) yet:
deb http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu eoan main restricted
Instead, try this:
deb http://releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu eoan main restricted
As you go through and correct the mistake on all those ...
The network-manager from one System seems to come from bionic-proposed.
This packages source is no longer integrated on your system. (but this is not a suggest to integrate it again)
*** 1.10.14-0ubuntu2 100
Apt compares the ...
sudo apt install ubuntustudio-installer
Running the installer includes options for low-latency kernel (see provided wiki page).
this fixed my problem
and this is what i did
first i created this file
sudo vim /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-intel.conf
then added this in it
Identifier "Intel Graphics"
#Option "AccelMethod" "sna"
Option "TearFree" "true"
Option "DRI" "3" ...
I finally got it working (none of the other suggestions here worked, but thanks!)
If anyone is interested, here's how
Installed Grub2Win in Windows, then in it added a new entry to Manage Boot Menu, Title: Lubuntu 19.10, Entry type: Custom code with following:
getbootpartition label $partlabel
linux /boot/vmlinuz verbose root=...
I had the same issue. What resolve the issue for me was to open LXQT settings then Desktop. Click on advanced tab and uncheck "show menus provided by windows managers when desktop is clicked" under Window Manager.
Have you tried running fsck? It's a utility that checks consistencies in a file system and makes repairs. To run it you'll have to make sure the drive isn't mounted to avoid altering disk data and causing runtime errors. Boot from live DVD/USB and run fsck /dev/sda3 on the drive from your terminal.
I'm using LXAppearance to change themes on i3wm. You have to open LXAppearance as root and apply a theme to change the theme of applications that run as root.
This will change that ugly Raleigh theme that the Synaptic Package Manager is using.
I can't reproduce your exact set-up, but I can reproduce the background appearing behind certain icons.
It appears that the issue lies with the choice of GTK theme. While I don't have ThinIce installed, I have others. I used Lubuntu's Customize Look and Feel application to change GTK themes.
In the animation below, you can see
a white background with "...
Yes! GIMP and Inkscape will work on lxde / lubuntu in 18.04!
In linux, you can run any application on any desktop environment (Gnome Shell, Mate, XFCE, LXDE) or even on a bare window manager (i3, openbox), as long as all dependencies are installed. You package manager takes care of installing all dependencies when you install an application.
I fixed it now, so to leave the question not unanswered, I facepalm myself in answering my own question.
Things that I did now:
Set the graphics driver to nvidia-driver-435
Updating via synaptic package manager everything that was there to be updated
Now it shuts down like a charm.
According to this, PCManFM allows to add Copy Path via .desktop into ~/.local/file-manager/actions. It is also applicable for PCManFM-Qt.
Although, a tool is required to write it from the console to the clipboard.
Or not if you implement it w/o using coreutils.
I had the very same problem in Lubuntu 18.04. Pavucontrol is what you need, but when you first open it, you only see 4 out of 5 available tabs.
Select Sound & Video -> PulseAudio Volume Control, then make the panel a little wider, or click the arrow to the right of the tabs, until you see the tab Configuration. There you can select different Profiles ...
Adaptive transparency mode has been removed from Dash to Dock because of the upstream changes in Gnome itself: the top bar has been reverted to opaque mode.
So yes, that's it: unfortunately, Dynamic panel transparency extension does not affect Dash to Dock anymore and I did not find a proper solution for now. I'm no one to judge, but if you ask me, I think ...
In case someone stumbles over this, as I did.
I changed the Display-settings in Virtualbox (Win7 guest) from the recommended "VBoxSVGA" to the deprecated "VBoxVGA" (now when I start the machinge, I get a warning) - now the game starts
Step 1: In the command line interface run the command
Step 2: At the end of the file, type this lines
ssid="Your network name/SSID"
psk="Your WPA/WPA2 security key"
Example: If the SSID is ...