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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.
Warning: This is a highly sensitive operation. You can very easily damage your system and lose data. What worked for me may not work for you. You would be wise to make any needed backups before proceeding. My experiences and this website are the source of this information: ...
If you just want to delete all of the Downloads directories, you can use: rm -rf /home/local/my-domain-name/*/Downloads The shell will expand * to each directory under /home/local/my-domain-name/. The easiest way to do it on logout is to use a PAM session hook - use the same session hook to recreate the directory on login. Note It's best to delete the ...
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