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On Ubuntu 20.04 i use Ctrl + Super + D


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There two ways to proceed: If your installation of Kubuntu is not corrupted then logout or reboot and select Plasma session on login screen. If Kubuntu installation is corrupted, then (re)install Kubuntu desktop back by sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --reinstall kubuntu-desktop^ While executing above command confirm using SDDM as login screen, ...


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I had the same problem on Zorin OS. Neither of these helped. I have the G613 Keyboard and I've tested the keys. Even though some of them are not recognized, Alt and Shift are. What helped me was to check the Switching to another layout Alt+Shift checkbox in the Gnome Tweaks tool under the Additional Layout Options submenu of the Keyboard & Mouse menu.


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I solved: sudo update-icon-caches /usr/share/icons/*


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Here's a low-effort answer, if anyone is trying to simply switch between display managers. Install xdm (we'll be removing it later) sudo apt-get install xdm It'll then show an option to switch your default display manager, you can select the one you want from there, and it'd (hopefully) work. Uninstalling xdm isn't necessary but you may do it using sudo apt ...


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If you need something super quick and simple, try time read which gives you the wall clock time from when you run the command to when you press the ENTER key again. (The read command reads a line of input from STDIN.)


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I know the OP is on 16.04 but it has been 3 years since this question was asked and now I am answering for 18.04 + On Ubuntu 18.04 + You can check gnome-tweaks first of all before going with other stuff sudo apt install gnome-tweaks Then open gnome tweaks sudo gnome-tweaks Then go to appearance > Then application theme > Yaru > Icon theme Yaru ...


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What worked for me was, sudo apt-get update And then try to install it again with apt install gedit


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You can have as many tweak apps (GNOME tweaks, unity tweaks) as you want and they will not conflict because GNOME Tweaks, for example, is only tweaking GNOME while you are using GNOME.


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the last 5 years I worked with Ubuntu 16.04 and I really enjoyed it. Now after it's LTS is over I installed a new Ubuntu 20.04 together with unity desktop. But then I also faced this missing feature of highlighted workspaces in the quick switcher using Keyboard shortcuts [Ctrl + Alt + ArrowKeys]. If there are open windows, in the preview they are brighter ...


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You can do this with the GNOME extension Auto Move Windows After installation you can configure how the extension works with your applications. For it to work effectively you can select which applications to start by selecting Startup Applications Preferences.


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I found that this works on Ubuntu 18: # Configure dconf to disable screen lock sudo mkdir -p /etc/dconf/profile/ sudo tee /etc/dconf/profile/user <<EOF user-db:user system-db:local EOF sudo mkdir -p /etc/dconf/db/local.d/ sudo tee /etc/dconf/db/local.d/10disable-lock <<EOF [org/gnome/desktop/session] idle-delay=uint32 0 EOF sudo dconf update


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To see: A row of all open Windows: Alt Tab A screen of all open Windows (along with a Search bar): Super S


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