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Questions specific to elementary OS 5.0, codenamed "Juno".

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You can file a bug report by opening an issue at the relevant GitHub repository. Or even better, contribute to the one already opened here which I just found: https://github.com/elementary/music/issue …
answered Dec 21 '18 by trishmapow
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File a bug report at the relevant Github repo elementary/videos. Alternatively there is an issue already open Audience doesn't show subtitles here. Try renaming the subtitles to match the video file …
answered Jan 21 '19 by trishmapow
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If you notice this happening repeatedly consider filing an issue at the relevant GitHub repo so that someone can investigate: https://github.com/elementary/wingpanel-indicator-network. After checking …
answered Dec 16 '18 by trishmapow
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Hmm not completely sure but you should try running boot-repair from your USB boot disk - that has solved all of my problems so far.
answered Dec 14 '18 by trishmapow
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If you have a Synaptics touchpad (which I believe is on most laptops), you can use synclient to modify these settings. To install simply run sudo apt install xserver-xorg-input-synaptics. In this …
answered Dec 14 '18 by trishmapow
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Seems to be a recent and common issue on askubuntu after a bit of googling. Have you tried this answer yet? Unfortunately it seems it's a manual fix for now.
answered Dec 14 '18 by trishmapow
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Easiest way without messing around with init.d/services etc perhaps simply put the script in /etc/rc.local. Not sure if elementaryOS has this setup by default, if it doesn't exist follow these steps h …
answered Dec 17 '18 by trishmapow