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unity which starts a new GUI connected to your terminal. however, if you run this over SSH, ehm, this is probably not the best IDE, because your local desktop 'unity' instance is then bound to this terminal on your remote-desctop... funny things occur, when you terminate this session. Step by step your GUI will vanish and the only thing which remains ...


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I don't know what is the correct way, but instead of these confusing long answers, I found this simple solution: Run your desktop file from terminal As it opens, a launcher entry is shown for it Now move this entry up or down and the launcher let you to put it there permanently.


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I don't know what is the correct way, but I found this simple solution: Run your desktop file from terminal As it opens, a launcher entry is shown Move this entry up or down and the launcher let you to put it there permanently


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In Ubuntu 19.10 there is even more interference. So far I had to remap the following key-bindings to not interfere with emacs. You can use dconf-editor to view all the org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings and even edit them. Here is the list I remapped and what I the remapping is I did using gsettings: Alt+` gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings ...


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In my case it was one of the Chrome extensions that was causing the problem, I turned off all the Chrome extensions, and then turned them on one at a time and opened Chrome until I found the culprit (in my case it was the "Max Payback" extension which somehow uses what is called OpenResty). Now Google Chrome works well (and I turn this extension on only when ...


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In my case, changing the graphics controller to VBoxSVGA (was VBoxVGA) solved the problem. VirtualBox settings for the VM -> Display -> click dropdown for Graphics Controller and select VBoxSVGA. My symptoms: Recently, Unity stopped loading properly for an Ubuntu 14.04 VM I'd been using for years. I tried many suggested solutions online, before and after ...


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I do not think you can run the same window manager at the same time, on the same user, on two X servers. At least you can't do it with most feature-rich wms. Try running xfwm4 (XFCE window manager) as your secondary wm. PS: I remember having fun with a compositing enabled Xinerama on a dual card ATI config and xmonad in the past, so I would advice keeping ...


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Officially, non of Mozilla products support the global menu (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1419151). The support of the global menu is in first place something that need to be supported by the toolkit and like Firefox have his own toolkit it need to be support that internally. So, how the support for the global menu in Firefox is not included ...


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In order to move windows (in case of windows that do not appear "anywhere") and excluding Compiz or other managers, the simple way I've used is this: press ALT + SPACE (should open the windows menu, even if it's also not seen) (pressing M [for Move] does not work for me in Ubuntu 19.04) press DOWN-arrow twice (skipping the first 2 options: Minimize and ...


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