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Yes it doesn't seem to be logged anywhere for you. @tutuDajuju has a good solution so I thought I'd port it to bash (and remove the dependence on using gnome, this should work regardless of desktop environment) for those that are interested. If you have this running in the background and pipe it to a log file you will have your log. #!/bin/bash #prints ...


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To set files applications with standard xdg-open (man xdg-open): xdg-open /path/to/the_file.EXT I bet the sed command that Iphigeneia recalled should replace mimeapps.list associations entries with automatic xdg-open? Doesn't change any mimeapps.list lines here; Not an expert with sed to tell why, though. Some more pointers in ...


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I'm on Debian with Gnome 3.14.1. For my custom keyboard layout, I got Gnome to recognize it by adding the details to /usr/share/X11/xkb/rules/evdev.xml. The layout "fr" is already in that file on my system, but the variant "bepo_prog" isn't. If yours is the same, the best way is probably to search through evdev.xml for the string "bepo" and duplicate it's ...


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With older gnome-shell versions (prior to 3.8 or 3.10, I'm not sure): disable: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.notifications enable false enable: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.notifications enable true With newer gnome-shell versions: disable: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.notifications show-banners false enable: gsettings set ...


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I was looking for the same and shortly after reading this question I found the solution for my setup (Debian 8, Gnome-Flashback): The relevant key is in org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences, "button-layout". Edited with dconf-editor from "appmenu:close" to "appmenu:minimize,maximize,close" and the buttons are back :-) Regards, Joachim



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