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I just solved this issue - but I had to take a few steps back first, be sure your system can find the packages it needs Edit /etc/apt/sources.list if you need to add the URL for the package repository for your flavor of Linux then refresh the list in apt-get Apt-get update then check for the package you want Apt-get search if the search ...
If you're looking to save what the Session Management control module calls the "manually saved session": qdbus org.kde.ksmserver /KSMServer org.kde.KSMServerInterface.saveCurrentSession If you're looking to overwrite the session that normally gets saved upon logout: qdbus org.kde.ksmserver /KSMServer org.kde.KSMServerInterface.saveCurrentSessionAs "saved ...
You cannot change Xorg's colour depth on the fly due to its design - it must be restarted. It essentially depends on your hardware since KDE uses SVG but there is a workaround which might work. Create a file in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ called default.conf containing: Section "Screen" Identifier "Screen 1" DefaultDepth 16 EndSection
I assume the "Terminal" means "konsole" in your case, since that is KDE's default terminal. Go to Settings -> Edit Current Profile -> Advanced, here you'll find the cursor settings (shape and blinking). There is an escape sequence to dynamically change the value, supported by various terminal emulators, but apparently not by konsole: echo -ne '\e[0 q' with ...
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