I recently thought it would be a good idea to start hiding files and folders and encrypting things. All was going well until curiosity struck me. I wondered while I was staring at my Desktop and I was in my Desktop directory in the terminal looking at the files on my Desktop.
As the title suggests, my desktop icons don't show on the desktop after I upgraded to 12.10 from 12.04. Also, I can't right-click on the desktop - no menu appears. Everything else seems OK though. What could it be?
If I open Nautilus, my desktop icons and files are still there in my Desktop folder.
Hallo,after updating with 'Pacman -Syu' (on shell without X) i rebooted and got back into LXDE. But now my icons are gone and i think the context menu on desktop has changed (its black with 'LXDE' on top).
Should the desktop shortcuts stay with the local machine or follow the users' redirected desktop?
My issue is that some applications add a shortcut to c:\users\pulic\desktop and so I get that shortcut on my desktop and then that synchronizes with the redirected desktop and then I end up having two shortcuts.
If you are boring with your ordinary desktop, you can try this Real Desktop Standard to turn your old desktop into 3D look desktop. The Real Desktop Standard will convert the icons, and other desktop layout into something different with 3D interface. See the picture below.
I have a slower computer that I would like to use the Lubuntu desktop environment with. However, I do not want to install any of the software that is not related to the desktop environment. I am talking about programs like Abiword and Lubuntu Software Center.