I have recently tried to install Unity desktop enviroment! Once the Desktop Enviroment installed I restarted! I log in to find out that Unity doesnt work and it just crashes upon login
Ubuntu VER 20.04 | Gnome VER 3.36.2 | PC SPECS Intel core i3 intel integrated graphics 4 GB of ram and a 1 TB hard drive |
Although the PC still runs well and the Desktop folder is there and has everything in it, the icons that were on the actual visible desktop have disappeared. I realized that some of the environments don’t have desktop icons but this wasn’t one of them unless it somehow changed itself between boots. They were there, then after a reboot they were all gone. This post talks about a similar but not identical issue and its ideas do not seem to apply to mine. Any ideas?
I am trying to launch an application(for example browser) on startup. I want this to be launched before Desktop GUI appears.
I tried gnome-session-properties and adding the application. But it opens the desktop and then opens my application.
I also tried
sudo vi /etc/rc.local
and writing shell script:
#!/bin/bash firefox exit 0
chmod +x, and rebooting the system.
systemctl, and rebooting the system.
How can I achieve this? Launching application as soon as I power on the Ubuntu PC.
i install desktop connection for my ubuntu AWS server but i face the below screen after login and logout after few second
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I have downloaded and applied a custom theme from gnome look using gnome tweaks. Is there any problems by doing so that would affect my privacy or security ?
Using Ubuntu 18.04, my gnome tweaks doesn’t have a desktop option in the sidebar.
I’ve already tried:
gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop trash-icon-visible false
and received this output:
No such schema “org.gnome.nautilus.desktop”
and I also can’t install the Desktop Icons extension.
Sorry for bad english.
This page says that (for some inexplicable reason) you can only add images and job searches (though they forgot to mention that you can save map locations from as well) from a desktop browser to your Google Collections (formerly “Saved Pages,”) but on a mobile device you can add a bookmark from any site to your collections.
There must be a way around this, outside of running an Android emulator on a desktop computer. Google had an official Chrome extension to allow this but killed it for some inexplicable reason. How can I add a regular URL to my Google Collections page from a desktop computer?
I am trying to add a Desktop view button only for mobile visitors. if I can remove the responsive viewport meta there is a way to do that but I could not make it work. anybody can help me how can I do it for my WordPress site?
here is a screenshot what I want to do https://prnt.sc/t3693k
I’m currently learning C/C++ programming. Whenever I run a C/C++ program as an .exe file, security-related stuff happens, such as:
- Antivirus popping up (rarely)
- Windows Defender or Smartscreen (always, I guess)
How can I develop my own C/C++ (and eventually C#) software avoiding this? Do I need to get some sort of certificate to my application? Do I need to send my application to Microsoft in order to get their approval?
I’m new to this field and Google does not answer me :/
Thanks in advance