In my day to day work I come across a lot of tasks that I actually
"hate" to be honest. Most of these tasks consist of things that are
repetitive and take up a lot of time. A co-worker of mine once told me,
"if you have to do a task more than once, automate it!". This is one
piece of advice that intrigued me.
Gnome-schedule is a graphical user interface that leverages the power of vixie-cron, dcron and at to manage your crontab file and provide an easy way to schedule tasks on your computer. It supports recurrent (periodical) tasks and tasks that happen only once in the future.
Is there solution using a utility or folder shortcuts that would keep the active desktop wallpaper/background the same in KDE and Gnome/Unity. (Changing the background in one desktop would also change the other desktop's wallpaper)
I use both desktops because they both serve me better for different tasks, and i'd like to match LightDM login background for KDE as well.
Yesterday all good. Today I login in and I get little task windows that when I enlarge them are blank but have a title bar of "slab". I think those are somehow connected to the gnome-panel which is now gone from my desktop. I finally killed the respawning slab tasks with
Its very rare when repetitive tasks are a welcome addition to any part of our life, personal or professional. More often than not, during our development cycles and processes we encounter more than one task that is performed with glaring regularity.