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Ok, I figured it out, KDE's default file manager "Dolphin" wasn't installed, if anyone faces this problem, please open konsole(terminal) and run this command: sudo yum install dolphin konsole This will install Dolphin and you won't have to do anything else.


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This post http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1480826 probably answers your questions. In short, check: /etc/NetworkManager ~/.gconf/system/networking/connections


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Xterm itself is a VTxxx emulator – the "xterm" protocol is a superset of VT102/VT220 in the first place, with some features from VT320/VT420/VT520, and of course some entirely new to Xterm itself. So you could set TERM=vt110 and the programs would work. (Xterm also supports Tektronix 4014 emulation, but that's not really common.) The VT52 protocol is a bit ...


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On Linux with zsh (http://www.zsh.org/) you could achieve it in this way: $ alias -s abc=my_app And after it zsh will always execute my_app youfile.abc when you just enter youfile.abc.


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Regarding your memory issue, have you checked whether your Fedora distro is a x32 or x64 version? This might explain why only 3GiB of your memory is indexed by your OS and not the whole amount...


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On my Linux Mint 17.2 Cinnamon edition are predefined shortcuts Super+Shift+arrow_key. They move active window to screen on left, right, above, below (depending on the arrow key). It works even on fullscreen windows.


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This can also be accessed by using: Settings -> Privacy.


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Besides clusterssh, which is basically designed to do this but insists on spawning its own terminals, you can use xlax, which is a generic solution to distribute/send keystrokes to multiple X11 windows. It’s not packaged yet, but I will do that, as I needed “something like clusterssh, just for virt-manager” right now, and found this to be my tool of choice.



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