I am running Wine on CentOS 6.4. The description in the Service Configuration tool says "Allows users to run Windows(tm)" applications by just clicking on them..." For various reasons I might not want that behavior. The question is... how do I stop the service?
i am trying to set all internet connections of all network PCs via proxy server that is installed on windows server 2003
i have editted proxy setting from gpo, but it only worked for internet browsers, is there way to force all applications to use that proxy (applications like chatting apps, IDM, torrent and others)
There are some applications (for example ubuntuone-syncdaemon or zeitgeist-datahub) that starts with my system but i don't know what starts them. I checked services (Boot-Up Manager) and startup applications in gnome-session-properties. Is it another place where i can change applications starting with my system?
When I want to lunch some applications from root user it alerts me that it may not be run as root and i need to log in as normal user. For example for Google Chrome or Glob database visualization. Why it says so and how can I enable it?
It's not a HUGE problem because I have Dropbox in the Startup Applications, but I like to leave the launcher visible in Applications>Internet>Dropbox just in case I need to restart it for some reason. I've just realized today that it won't launch from there. ](*,) The command is "dropbox start -i". Does anyone know what the command actually should be? Thanks!
Starting with Ubuntu 12.04 the ‘Startup Applications' manager now only displays a sub-set of applications to control at startup with the remaining applications being hidden. To make the hidden applications visible in the manager, follow these steps:
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