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I know this reply is very late, and that it doesn't exactly answer the question, but is your issue similar to this? https://bugs.launchpad.net/relinux/+bug/1045757
If so, then try using the...
Okay, that's really odd... could you make 2 ISO's, one before running the commands, and one after running them? Also, before you make the first ISO, save a snapshot, and restore that snapshot (maybe...
Odd, I tried doing this on my testing machine using relinux, and I came to 2 conclusions:
My testing machine is really slow
And, the issue that you're having is not caused by the commands I...
Did he understand a word of what you wrote? XD
You know you're a geek when you reply to an email using AT&T assembly. No, I didn't do that recently. :P
Okay, I think I get the issue now... it's with xfce4-settings-manager being a bit too smart. So instead, first make sure that your normal user has the theme you want, and then run this:
Oh, I think I know part of the issue now. I forgot that running sudo actually discards any environment variable information (including $HOME), so try this (in your host, not in the ISO):
okay, great, I thought so :D
That's very interesting... and I presume that when you re-run that command, your settings are saved, right?
Just wondering, what would happen if you ran this in the...
/etc/share/themes? Are you sure it's not /usr/share/themes? If it really is in /etc/share/themes, move it to /usr/share/themes (and update XFCE about it).
Also, run this in a terminal:
yes, that's correct. About your second point, you have to make sure that the theme is not under any of these folders, because relinux will exclude them:
The issue you're having is because ubuntu makes the temporary guest account (the account that you use when you boot the CD) based off of a folder named /etc/skel. In fact, whenever ubuntu needs to...
Sorry for the late reply!
Type in a Terminal window:
svn co https://osscpanel.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/osscpanel osscpanel
chmod 0555 CPanel.sh
For others reading this, and who don't know how to blacklist cdc_adm, simply type this into a terminal:
echo "" >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
These are just outputs of commands written to a Terminal.
If you are using the Terminal to update your system, it should be alright.
It should just show something like:
Just type: y <enter>
I am trying to add packages to a Launchpad PPA.
This is for shell scripts.
I know how to package, but just not for Launchpad PPA.
Could someone give me a quick tutorial?
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You may add as many projects as you want, as long as they are Open Source.
I will add 2:
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^ It can be confusing at first
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