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From Fedora 21: Typeahead search in Nautilus possible? : The type-ahead search is not supported in GNOME. It works in Ubuntu, because Ubuntu developers created a patch to re-enable this behavior but it has never been accepted by GNOME developers. Might be easier to just install nemo and use that.
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
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 ...
To keep the terminal opened until a key is pressed: gnome-terminal -x bash -c "ls && read" To keep the terminal opened until exit: gnome-terminal -x bash -c "ls && bash" Replace ls with the command you want to execute (your compiled executable file).
I do not see a reason for these bloody noises anyway. My solution that requires no installation of any more applications to take up space is to just delete the bloody noises: sudo rm -fv `sudo find /usr/share -iname *.ogg`
xterm's colors were likely chosen in the mid-1990s to more or less match the colors seen on an CGA display. The 256- and 88-color palettes were designed by Todd Larason (patch #111) and Stephen Wall (patch #115) in 1999 to provide easily programmed color palettes (and with compatibility of the 8-, 16-color subsets in mind). Aside from some dispute over the ...
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