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In Gnome Shell 3.10, edit /usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/layout.js _updateHotCorners: function() { ... let haveTopLeftCorner = true; ... }, and change true to false. Press Alt-F2 and then type 'r' to apply the change.


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What these messages are telling you is that you have a Broadcom wifi card which requires appropriate firmware to function properly. So, you do have a driver (and you should be thankful that your old pc has a wifi card which can be driven by b43, the FOSS alternative to the proprietary drivers which are really buggy), but you will also need to install extra ...


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Well, I did a metric ton of digging around and simply could not establish the root cause of the issue. I, instead, opted to use i3blocks. I couldn't get the same level of detail as I would have with Conky, but this will do for now. https://www.dropbox.com/s/kqroe3dcfz1li5k/happeh.png


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A little late to the party but chattr +a (optionally -R for recursive) will allow you to create new files but not delete them. The +a flag forces append only to the directory (whereas +i forces it to be immutable). What this means is that when you try to delete a file, the OS will try to remove it from the directory which will fail, causing the entire ...


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As with any other security related question, it depends a lot on factors like the environment where your computer is, the kind of information you store on it, etc. But as a general rule I don't think SELinux is worthy for a home computer.


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I am using this in my ~/.Xmodmap: ! who needs CapsLock anyway clear Lock keycode 66 = Escape It only disables CapsLock so basically [CapsLock] and [Esc] act the same way on my system. I also have following line in ~/.xinitrc to load my customized keyboard map whenever X starts. if [ -s ~/.Xmodmap ]; then xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap fi You will find more ...


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I had same issue when installed linux-headers. pacman installed a package from a newer kernel. I solved my problem by recompiling the module right after update all: pacman -Syu && pacman -S linux-headers


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Basically, it is a problem with wpa_supplicant: the default /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf is basically all about documentation, it is not a valid configuration file. The following is a simple example of a valid file: ctrl_interface=/var/run/wpa_supplicant ap_scan=1 fast_reauth=0 network={ ssid="WifiNetworkName" key_mgmt=WPA-PSK ...


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Run ls /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf and you will see some variation of: all default eth0 lo wlan0. You can grep for these same interfaces in dmesg for more information regarding what your kernel/modules see regarding your hardware. If all you see is all, default, eth0 and lo. Then you do not have a wlan0 device loaded regardless of vm or hardware system. By ...


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Installation and Configuration of Arch Linux step-by-step guide: http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Arch-Linux OR http://www.tecmint.com/arch-linux-installation-guide/


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Arch-Linux is in effect a good way to learn some Linux tips. If you find that the installation is too difficult because you don't know basis (some shell, what is a HDD partition..), maybe you are trying to pass a too large step and you should use a Linux before installing one. In this case I think that you should try a LiveCD (of arch-linux if you want). I ...


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Arch Linux has a step-by-step guide. Arch Linux Beginner's guide. First, read the FAQ, then follow the guide. If you run into any problems talk to the Arch ppl on IRC at irc://irc.freenode.net/#archlinux.


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The files seem to be there, but that's not the problem – as the error message says, they're "too short", or in other words, most probably empty. (This happens frequently when the power is lost during an upgrade. The file metadata was written first when creating the new file, then when closing the finished file, but only the first write was flushed to ...


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Since I have lesser rep. can't post as comment: Like @p1xel pointed out did you try to check whether ISO is corrupted or not. From the archlinux download link: Checksums File integrity checksums for the latest releases can be found below: PGP signature MD5: 6539a93751c388db424b2600290a2b4f SHA1: 61bfd735e62336a800d27a94e3e55d5bbe99d6bf md5sum ...


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You do not need to install a bootloader for Arch here. EFISTUB has been in the kernel for a long time. You can boot it directly from rEFIt, though you really should use rEFInd. Also, please stop using GRUB 2, especially blindly. Put the linux kernel image and the initramfs (presumably you are initramfs booting, though if you really know what you are doing, ...


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I don't think it matters about the OS because pretty much all mainboards (nowadays) support most OSes. The spec you're after is quite bespoke to be all "on-board". You may have to think about some PCI-E or USB solutions to, say, the card reader you're after. On a side note: Gigabyte offer some microATX boards that do almost all that you're after - ...


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The iso you are attempting to boot can be used for three things: installation, system maintenance, and recovery purposes. To run instead a full-fledged Arch system, you will have to install Arch Linux onto a USB key. This will be just a regular install, with, furthermore, the added advantage that any modification you make to the system (from package ...


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Regarding testing the installation with phpinfo(), I recommend you use <?php for the opening bracket, because <? might not always work depending on how your php comes configured by default. Make sure that the 'root' specifier is directly under 'server', as it is under the first 'location' in the default config. I also had to modify /php/php.ini value ...



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