In the X window system the graphical interface is divided into the X server, which only handles the most primitive of tasks like keyboard and mouse events, and window managers, which are programs designed to handle how you interface with the desktop elements. There are various differences between them. Some organize the windows by floating them on the desktop, some organize them in a tiled grid.
In this question, I asked how to enable desktop management in Gnome Shell. Even though I managed to enable it, I ever since had this issue:
Note that the background is a distortion of my GDM login screen background and that there are no items on the desktop.
Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) is rocking! It has gaining tremendous popularity among the common desktop users (specially developers). If you’ve been using Ubuntu for a while, then might be aware about some critical changes in last few versions.
DayFolder for Ubuntu.
Here’s what it does:
Takes the files from your desktop and moves them to a directory named with the day’s date in your specified “DayFolder” directory.
Do this from the application indicator in the panel of the desktop.
Change the directory your daily DayFolder is created.
Choose between a daily, weekly, or monthly folder t
I downloaded one .bin file from internet.
when i try to extrat that i am getting the foloowing error
ca someone help me out.
The installer has detected that your system uses the dash shell
as /bin/sh. This shell is not supported by the installer.
Suppose I call shell-command from emacs for example (shell-command "evince"). Is it possible to move the application (in the present example evince) started this way automatically to desktop 5 in xmonad.