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  1. [SOLVED] Re: No desktop notifications in Ubuntu 19.10

    Yes! That was the cause. That extension now disabled. Thanks very much!
  2. [SOLVED] Re: No desktop notifications in Ubuntu 19.10

    I can open the 'applications' folder (seen in previous screenshot) to set notifications for individual applications. I checked them all - they all have an 'enable' key set to true. See screenshots....
  3. [SOLVED] Re: No desktop notifications in Ubuntu 19.10

    I have no enable/disable option in org/gnome/desktop/notifications. See attached screen shot.
  4. [SOLVED] No desktop notifications in Ubuntu 19.10

    I did a fresh installation of Ubuntu 19.10. I noticed that there are no popup desktop notifications from the system or any application, even though notification popups are enabled in Settings >...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: how to move the sound volume botton to the right?

    Even worse, some gnome extensions can locate their icon to the right of the status area. See image attached. In some cases, the extensions allow some placement choices in their configuration...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: how to move the sound volume botton to the right?

    In Gnome Shell, the volume icon is in "system status area". The design is for the power off icon (always displayed) to be on the right end of the status area. There seems to be a specified order for...
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    Re: Appimage - add to favourites

    When choosing categories you are supposed to include one of the following main categories: AudioVideo, Audio, Video, Development, Education, Game, Graphics, Network, Office, Settings, Science,...
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    Re: Appimage - add to favourites

    The AppImage needs to have a .desktop file in ~/.local/share/applications in order to show in the applications menu and activities overview search. Once you have started it from either of these...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Seeking advice for building a new PC

    Integrated graphics are part of the CPU. The CPU you are considering doesn't have integrated graphics, so you need a separate (discrete) graphics card.
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    Re: How do I install a missing library?

    I do have a solution after a bit of thought - dual boot your present OS and Ubuntu 16.04 32-bit OS, which is still available for installation and supported, and install your game on that. That won't...
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    Re: How do I install a missing library?

    On Ubuntu 18.04 where I have my 32-bit games installed, the location of that 32 bit file is: /usr/lib32/libstdc++.so.6 and the 64-bit file is in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6 and there is...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Advice on quiet cooling fans for home build

    I used this same one in my last computer build last year and I'm satisfied with it - semi-modular or modular is worth it - with the new m.2 drives you can forget about sata cables. The fan is very...
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    Re: How do I install a missing library?

    Also be sure you have installed these packages:

    lib32z1
    libc6:i386
    libc6-i386

    Note: lib32z1 is the 32-bit runtime environment. Otherwise 32-bit software won't run.


    I don't think so.
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    Re: How do I install a missing library?

    The Description on GOG says it's a 32-bit game. You need 32-bit library libx32stdc++6:i386

    Use terminal:

    sudo apt install libx32stdc++6:i386

    Did you look at the System Requirements > Other?...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Splitting existing drive into 2 partitions

    You may have an LVM setup which has to be handled differently. Post output from terminal of the command df -h to confirm this.
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Advice on quiet cooling fans for home build

    Since you are buying a new SSD, I would get m.2 NVMe drive instead of SATA. You are planning to reusing old case? You need a case fan to keep components cool. m.2 drives get hotter than 2.5" drives....
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    [lubuntu] Re: How to get commands to run at startup

    Commands to run at login can be in a bash script. I put such a script into ~/bin. To get a script to run at login:

    Go to: Preferences > Default Applications for LXSession > Autostart Tab
    Put the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Removing a Program

    Looks like it was running under Wine? I would look for a .desktop file, possibly in ~/.local/share/applications, and delete it if present. That should remove the launcher after reboot.
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    [ubuntu] Re: White dot on top panel.

    The dot is to inform you of unread notifications in the date/time dropdown display. You can configure or prevent notifications through notifications settings:
    Overview Screen > Search for...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Resize LVM virtual partition on Disco Dingo server

    The logical volume for your root file system is very small.

    /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-ubuntu--lv ext4 3.9G 3.7G 0 100% /
    See if there is room in it's volume group to enlarge it. Post...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Have you ever seen a grub menu like this?

    The additional entries are introduced by using boot repair. They can be removed by making /etc/grub.d/25_custom non-executable, and then running sudo update-grub.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Booting up in emergency mode

    Get device name for Ubuntu root partition from boot info summary --> /dev/nvme0n1p4
    and use this as device in first mount command below (I already put it in). Words in [...] are comments. don't type...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Booting up in emergency mode

    The UUID is correct here for the ESP. But I think fstab is not getting read at all. I suspect your initramfs (needed to startup) may be looking for that missing partition UUID=042B-FE10 and it's not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Booting up in emergency mode

    That UUID is for the root partition, and that is correct. There should also be an entry in /etc/fstab to mount the EFI system partition. Use your live media to look again for an entry line mounting...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Boot up Issue

    Because of the "Timed out Waiting for device..." message, check if the UUIDs in your /etc/fstab are actual system UUIDs given in lines 182-198 of boot repair output. Change the UUID in /etc/fstab to...
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