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In your ~/.vimrc, you can check whether the GUI version is running via :if has('gui_running'). Alternatively, configuration that you put into ~/.gvimrc is only sourced (but at the end!) in GVIM. What you name "themes" is usually called colorscheme, and the variant is selected with the eponymous Ex command. In the general case, you can :runtime (or :source) ...
Just replace your previous second command or line with this one: Previous commands: $apt-get update $apt-get install x-window-system-core gdm New working commands: $apt-get update $apt-get install x-window-system-core gdm3
Also this one can do it for you: https://code.google.com/p/tray-service-control/
Outlook uses the system-wide long date format setting, so by changing the long date format in the windows control panel to include 'dddd', outlook will also show the name of the day.
With Java 1.7 you can use -Dsun.java2d.xrender=true when using a remote X Display. It makes java aware that is running in X. See http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/2d/flags.html
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