It looks like for GNOME 3.16 one of the early changes will be better keyboard support for switching tabs…Read More
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Using one of the many versions of Ubuntu but want to use a different window manager than the one it came with? This can be done quickly and easily by installing the window manager you wish to use and logging out and back in. Sound simple enough? It is.
To install your new window manager you can use the following commands through a terminal.
sudo apt-get install lxde
sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gnome-shell
sudo apt-get install kde-plasma-desktop
No sound after rebooting into XFCE or other window manager read...Read More
If you have recently updated to Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome as your desktop and are using dual monitors, you have probably noticed that only one of the screens switch workspaces and the other stays fixed. Before, you were able to fix this by using the gconf-editor, however now when you make changes to that, it is no longer working and the changes are not being applied. To fix the monitors when that does not work, you need to run the following command, which will disable workspaces-only-on-primary, which is basically doing the same thing as is done in the gconf-editor.
Run this command as the user that you are logged in as (not using sudo or as root in the command line)
gsettings set org.gnome.shell.overrides workspaces-only-on-primary false
You should not receive any output when you run the co...Read More
To find the version of the Gnome desktop, you simply have to run the following command:
You should get some output that looks like this:
randomlinux@Desktop:~$ gnome-shell --version GNOME Shell 3.4.1Read More