Try using the following command. I used this to hide the "switch user" option from the GNOME Shell menu, which appeared after the update though there was only one login account.# chsh -s /bin/false git
Rather than editing a file in /usr/share/applications, copy the file to ~/.local/share/applications and edit your copy. That way your changes won't be overwritten when the package is updated.You specify the full path in that file for icons which are not installed as icons.
Hi everyone.I have built an extension for gnome-shell to manage the radeons' power profile.It should work on every radeon using the open source drivers, and supports multiple card setups.You can find the source here:https://github.com/StuntsPT/shell-exten … le-managerThe extension here:https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/ … e-manager/Or even an AUR package here:https://aur.archlinux.org/pa
Look through the last few pages of the AMD Bar and Grill topic of the Applications and Desktop Environment sub-forum to find out how to set up for older ATI cards, which are no longer supported by the latest fglrx drivers.