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

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Trying to open CUPS in Chrome will NOT work (no authentication window is displayed)! This is a Chrome "feature", where they decided to prevent popups from and dialogs when accessing non-https location …
answered Oct 11 by Vlad Pop
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You can easily rename your computer by editing the /etc/ hostname file. In Terminal, type sudo nano /etc/hostname, press Enter, type your password and press Enter again. Delete the old name and type …
answered Nov 23 by Vlad Pop
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I recommend using CUPS to install the printer: Visit http://localhost:631/admin/ in Firefox (it will NOT work in Chrome -> see cannot configure CUPS on elementary OS juno ) Click on Add Printer Logi …
answered Oct 11 by Vlad Pop
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BAD IDEA WARNING! I believe you will achieve the desired effect by running Files with sudo permissions. To do that, got to Applications -> right-click on Files -> New Window as Administrator -> i …
answered Oct 14 by Vlad Pop
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You need to set its valign property to center: Gtk.Switch toggle = new Gtk.Switch(); toggle.valign = Gtk.Align.CENTER; Also, it's worth having a look at Granite.ModeSwitch EDIT: I strongly recomme …
answered Oct 10 by Vlad Pop
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It is worth trying the solution described here. The video also shows a way of measuring the speed from Terminal, using speedtest. So, install and run speedtest to see the down/up speed before applying …
answered Nov 17 by Vlad Pop
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Try installing the openconnect packages: sudo apt install network-manager-openconnect network-manager-openconnect-gnome followed by: sudo systemctl restart network-manager.service The Choose a V …
answered Nov 19 by Vlad Pop