If you click on the KeePassXC-Browser icon in Firefox, you will notice a "Settings" button at top left :
Click on it, and then under the "General settings" tab, go to "Filling credentials" section and check options "Auto-submit login forms" and "Automatically fill in single-credential entries.":
It should ...
Well, there are limitations to what you can keep running, but you don't technically have to restart. You do have to stop X server though. And this will close all GUI applications.
Press Ctrl-Alt-F2 (or anything below F6) to access one of the virtual terminals.
Stop MDM with
sudo service mdm stop Update: should be sudo service lightdm stop
systemctl isolate ...
I fixed this by unmounting the existing /boot/efi partition, creating the /efi folder in /boot and copying the contents in there.
Then I changed my /etc/fstab where I just deleted the entry for the /boot/efi partition
I think I found the answer. When I added the Super D shortcut for "Show desktop" by clicking on the Edit button, that didn't remove the previous shortcut of Ctrl Alt D but rather added a new shortcut (the previous shortcut is not shown in the list, which made me think it was replaced by my shortcut).
When I clicked on "remove" to remove ...
I don't have enough rep to comment but here's some things that might be getting in the way of booting.
You're UEFI chooses where to boot. It is often the case that it really tries to find and boot to Windows (the windows it boot to last time). It could be the case that you need to install mint/ubuntu, then specifically point the bios at Grub.
You have to run dd if=/dev/sda4 of=/home/mint.bin bs=512 count=1 this command exactly after linux installation has finished without any reboots.
If installing ubuntu , once you have finished installing , click on
continue testing, mount the target drive and then make the copy of the sectors.
Refer my answer here : https://superuser.com/a/1603062/777184