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Oups ... forgot this question! The problem was solved by an update of Debian/Gnome last month.


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There is no command to initiate copying. Not every single operation is performed by running a command in the first place. The cut/copy/paste shortcuts are handled by each app itself – they are not a OS-wide feature. The OS itself doesn't actually know what you've selected and what you intend to copy, it only provides a way for apps to store/exchange ...


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They're 4 different processes, not 4 different ports. Port numbers are at the last column. The output of lsof -i in my computer is: COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME apache2 11514 abcd 4u IPv6 311338 0t0 TCP *:45151 (LISTEN) apache2 11515 abcd 4u IPv6 311338 0t0 TCP *:45151 (LISTEN) apache2 11516 abcd ...


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The short answer was tmux Ubuntu 20.04 upgrades tmux to 3.0a. This has a number of breaking changes. In my case bind -tvi-copy C-Up scroll-up becomes bind -Tcopy-mode C-Up send -X scroll-up as documented here https://github.com/tmux/tmux/blob/master/CHANGES The fact that there is an error in my .tmux.conf seems to prevent the whole file from being obeyed, ...


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Solution 1: See if this works for you: First, open terminal by: CTRL+ALT+F1 sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade -y sudo reboot Solution 2: If the above doesn’t work, try this First, open terminal by: CTRL+ALT+F1 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get install unity sudo shutdown -r ...


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This answer is a repeat of the accepted answer above with a specific focus on Gnome and an explanation of how to find the device name. I was trying to connect a second screen to my laptop under Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster) with the Gnome desktop. The recommended resolution for that screen is 1920x1200. The issue was that the resolution was lower and there ...


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This is a bug with gnome-terminal. A workaround is to set the font of a gnome-terminal profile by using dconf. First you will need to find out the id of your profile: dconf dump /org/gnome/terminal/legacy/profiles:/ This will output information for all your profiles. Grab the id of the profile you want to set the font for, it should look something like :...


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I found a solution to my problem(it was kinda obvious) I was using a proprietary Nvidia driver, which, currently, does not have any support of Wayland. That's why, system used to fallback to X11 Solution for me, it's to use a Nouveau driver, which in my case(and it's a pity) has some problems with my GeForce MX150


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