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System Settings -> Virtual Desktops -> Virtual Desktops -> Different widgets for each desktop: on


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It looks like they changed the name of their PPA. Try sudo add-apt-repository ppa:neon/ppa Project Neon As stated on their site: "FOR LOVE OF BLUE GEARS! PACKAGES HERE ARE UNSTABLE, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK"


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Unless there is something magically different about the new Linux setup versus the old Linux setup, then doing a straight copy would be best. My approach would be like this. First, on the old machine create a .tar.gz archive of the existing user home directory like this; first cd to the parent /home/ directory: cd /home/ Next, create the .tar archive like ...


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I'd copy important files only, especially seeing as you're doing fairly major update. /home/<username> contains hidden configuration files for applications. You might run into issues if you copy these existing configuration files over to the new machine which likely has later-versioned (and perhaps a whole bunch of different) applications. Basically, ...


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Consider maintaining a copy of the important config files and either copying them from usb after the installation is complete. Here are some of the usual suspects: under home dir: .bashrc .vimrc .ssh/* .bash_* .*history Others: /etc/profile


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As stated here, install the xsel package. EDIT: It worked for me, but only for the "Copy User Name / Password" commands (still cannot copy from the entry notes). Another solution could be exporting the password database into the 1.x format (.kdb) and use KeePassX instead, which is a native Qt app.



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