You can do that using (GNOME) Tweaks (previously known as (GNOME) Tweak Tool). First install it if it's not installed by running
sudo apt install gnome-tweaks
(or sudo apt install gnome-tweak-tool).
Then launch Tweaks, go to "Top Bar" section and toggle off the "Application Menu" option.
To sum up the comments above the answer to this problem is a two step process:
First determine the MIME type of the file:
MIMETYPE=$(xdg-mime query filetype "<your-file-here>")
Then get the default application associated with this type:
xdg-mime query default "$MIMETYPE"
So the mime type could be text/x-python for example and the application would ...
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
Color Schemes can be placed in the following locations:
# for user
# for user
If the directories do not exist, you can simply create them.
Plank makes use of GSettings and dconf to manage it's configuration. The configuration is stored together with the configuration of other applications which use GSettings in a single file. You will find this file in ~/.config/dconf/, in my system it's ~/.config/dconf/user. This is not a text file, you can't edit it in a text editor.
Use Plank's preferences ...
Update June 16, 2019 2:44pm MST
It was revealed it's a "WLED" screen not an "OLED" screen we are interested in. Hope can be found in this Linux Kernel Proposed Update message:
qcom: spmi-wled: Support for QCOM wled driver
From: Kiran Gunda
To: bjorn.andersson-AT-linaro.org, linux-arm-msm-AT-vger.kernel.org
Subject: [PATCH ...
Changes in Settings -> Region and language -> Formats are stored in an unordered database: ~/.config/dconf/user
You can access and change these values through the settings you mentioned in your question, through dconf, or dconf-editor.
The setting is stored in /system/locale/region, using US as the example:
What was helping me:
(I am using Kubuntu 18.04 LTS) find the following file
/home/USERNAME/.config/mimeapps.list and edit it like this:
After some searching analyzing my kernel log, I discovered that's happening because some kind of incompatibility with my current video card driver. So, I just ran sudo apt install nvidia-384 and it worked well.
I cannot pinpoint your issue specifically, but I will provide a general comment on what might have been caused your issue.
You ever ran a graphical application just with sudo? Do not say "No", because, in your question, you already mention to have run "sudo gnome-control-center".
You may have done that before with other graphical applications. For years, ...
You can use the nmcli tool to edit connections through NetworkManager.
For example, say you want to create an ethernet connection for device: enp1s0.
connection name: "net-enp1s0"
sudo nmcli con add con-name "net-enp1s0" ifname enp1s0 type ethernet ipv4.method manual ip4 192.168.1.10/24 gw4 192.168.1.1 ...
To scan from your second scanner:
From Debian's SaneOverNetwork:
Scanning with a Network HP all-in-one (aio)-1
To scan over the network from a scanner on an HP aio (one which is not
connected by USB to a computer) you need only to install libsane-hpaio
Thank you Rinzwind for the hint. AudioIPC Server is a fallback device for pulseaudio, which is used “if the stream has not been seen before”.
The PulseAudio-Documentation reveals more details:
"As far as Pulseaudio devices are concerned "default" and "fallback" are synonyms. "fallback" is the more accurate description. For legacy reasons the command line ...
Tap and hold the Alt Gr key while typing 2
You then will get superscript ² as required.
FWIW ³ ½ ¾ are also available from pressing Alt Gr with 3 5 and 6 respectively (and there are others too to experiment with).
Some keyboards do not come equipped with the Alt Gr key (such as the French AZERTY keyboard) and in that case a useful work-around can be ...
If you want to use a specific DNS server, you can set up your network connections manually.
These options are under System Settings > Network > Connections.
Open the individual settings for your network. You will want to make the following changes to your IPv4 and IPv6 settings.
Change Method to "Manual".
Put the IP address of your desired DNS server ...
I've encountered this issue before, I think there are two possible solutions to it (without reinstalling the whole system that is):
Try disable "Enhanced Session" mode (ie. the xRDP mode) if you are currently using it, and login to the system with normal mode and try changing the network configuration, and see if NetworkManager will prompt you for ...
(Sorta) figured it out. Since 18.04's logs are much different arrangement than 14.x, it took me a while to find it, but syslog is showing the below as soon as "Apply" is clicked.
NetworkManager: <info> [1557068379.1226] audit: op="connection-update" uuid="92b70d1e-9f51-3077-8146-a242004d5432" name="Wired connection 1" pid=11225 uid=1000 ...
This is a problem with the nouveau driver. I have had the same problem on different computers with different effects. Recently I could not open the graphical interface under 18.04.
One solution is to install the proprietary NVidia driver using the graphical interface (software-properties-gtk) or in the terminal (ubuntu-drivers).
In the ...
I had the same issue on Ubuntu 18.04 with a Nvidia GTX 1060 on the 5.3.0-26 Kernel (but even earlier) and got the following errors (check with sudo journalctl -xe) :
- Error looking up permission: GDBus.E
- failed to set screen _ICC_PROFILE
- Can not get _NET_WORKAREA
Neither the gnome-shell-extension EasyScreenCast@iacopodeenosee.gmail.com nor unite@...
You may have a problem with an older computer, with an older GPU. Try this...
boot to recovery mode
choose root access
mount -o remount,rw / # to remount the disk r/w
pico /etc/gdm3/custom.conf # edit this file
Note: if this doesn't fix the problem, you'll want to ...
I was having the same problem and I figured it out while reading your post. I launched the connection editor through the terminal instead of from the applet
Then when I tried to edit the wifi network that was giving me trouble, I saw this error message.
** Message: 17:41:57.649: Cannot save connection due to error: Invalid setting ...
For ubuntu 18.04. touching files like turn it off if you use blueman as a bluetooth application.
For this I go to this location with a file browser executed with superuser permissions:
and I edit the file called:
Within this file there is written a line that says:
You just ...