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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`


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Try F10. This shortcut is actual for Dolphin file manager and should work in Save As dialogue.


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To make Kate permanently showing the line numbers: Open the Settings -> Configure Kateā€¦. Go to the Editor Component -> Appearance. Select the Borders tab. Tick the Show line numbers check box.


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Running update-mime-database repeatedly, with /opt/kde/share/mime, /opt/gnome/share/mime, /usr/share/mime fixed this problem. As was mentioned by Firelord in a comment, the type that the *.desktop files were assigned following this operation was application/x-desktop. I suspect it is likely that manually setting this as their mime-type would be sufficient ...


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I believe this is how konsole terminal emulator interprets bells. Try to run in bash sleep 3 && echo -e "\a" Then switch to another app and wait 3 seconds. Many many years ago when real terminals were connected to big computers, there was a special protocol called "escape sequences" to send commands to such terminals. There are sequences to ...


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Go to Settings -> Window Behavior -> Task Switcher and change the shortcut for current application.


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Of course, you can apply themes to KDE. Assuming you're on KDE 4, i recommend you you to take a look at KDE 5 theme called Breeze, there are ports of it to old KDE 4. Take a look at here: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/KDE+5+look?content=166438


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Try to clone, compile and install the extra-cmake-modules KDE project. git clone git://anongit.kde.org/extra-cmake-modules cd extra-cmake-modules mkdir build & cd build cmake .. make & sudo make install


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Your workspace settings are in one of the so-called hidden directories under your home directory, e.g., ~/.kde (see documentation). You may find it challenging to templatize these files for use in /etc/skel, though I do see the notion mentioned in a few bug reports, e.g, Red Hat #89153. The KDE documentation linked above is a good place to start. The KDE ...


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You can do this in either of two ways: use an explicit pathname when referring to "your" vim, e.g., ./vim modify your PATH variable and/or move "your" vim to an existing directory in your PATH before the system's vim. If you do this, the shell provides the full pathname when executing the command, saving you work. In some distributions, the bash shell ...


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I'm not a KDE user, but after some searching, I found this forum tread by someone who had the same problem. Here what was the solution: Try to add a window rule ("kcmshell4 kwinrules") and in the "appearance & FIXES" tab, set "Accept Focus" to "Force" and "Yes".


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Turns out while at work I had gotten nameservers set from work. so in /etc/resolve.conf nameservers (which aren't the same as I have at home) were set. Which makes perfect sense now.. I could kind of ping 8.8.8.8 as root but nothing else, I should have seen it earlier since when I used ssh, I never tried doing so on the ip-address. However to resolve this I ...


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You need to add a new panel to the second screen, and add a task amanger to that. Right-click on the background of the second screen -> Add Panel -> Empty Panel. If you know how to move panels and add widgets to the panel, then move the panel to where you want it, add the tasks widgets, then set it to also only show widgets from the current screen. If ...


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You can do this, but as far as I can tell you cannot have it and the feedback working at the same time. To do this, go to system settings (or configure desktop) -> 'Shortcuts and Gestures -> Global keyboard shortcuts -> kwin -> lower window and set its shortcut to Alt+Tab (or some alternative if you prefer). This will do what you want, but it is kind of ...


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In terminal write apt-get install gnome-core kali-defaults kali-root-login desktop-base Hope it will work.



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