Ubuntu 13.04. Gnome-shell by default. In the system for a long time i did not change, just do install the software update. Earlier is always the theme of icons was faenza. At one point, after rebooting the computer icons came off topic. Now, through no Gnome settings or through ubuntu tweaker I can not change it.
I am trying to change d default port (22) for my system, i have edited the sshd_config file and change it to my desirable port no (5555) and restarted my service but it seeem not to work . is there something am missing? thanks
I want to be able to change the default background (wallpaper) for all new accounts. Not enforce it after that, but it should be on as default choice. I need to do this on 12.04 with unity and I need to be able to do it from the shell (as it will be installed through a package). Any ideas?
This started as an intermittent fault that I thought had gone away a couple of weeks ago but now it's come back to stay. I am using non-default themes for icons and gtk to match my (also non default) gnome shell theme. When I log in now I have gnome shell theme as it should be but my icons and GTK are stuck on the default (very ugly) themes and will not change.
I accidently removed Default folder from /usr/share/themes and now can not change the Keybindig theme back to default under advanced setting -> theme. Default option is simply gone, not there anymore. Couldn't get it back...
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome shell.
Any thoughts on what can bring this option back?