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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 the new one. Press Ctrl+O to save and then Ctrl+X to close the editor. The new name will enter into effect after a reboot.


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I guess you want elementary to use localtime instead of UTC to avoid time differences when dualbooting elementary and Windows. Just execute on terminal: timedatectl set-local-rtc 1 --adjust-system-clock You can check if that's working with the command timedatectl (may need to reboot). Source


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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 VPN Connection Type dropdown will now contain two new entries: Cisco AnyConnect Compatible VPN (openconnect) Juniper Network Connect (openconnect) A reboot might ...


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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 the solution: sudo apt install speedtest-cli && speedtest Now, in Terminal paste the following commands, one after the other: echo "options iwlwifi ...


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STEP 1 : Create a new file in the launcher $ sudo touch /usr/share/applications/appname.desktop STEP 2 : Edit this file [Desktop Entry] Name=App Name Comment=Comment if you want Icon=Path/icone Terminal=false Type=Application StartupNotify=false Categories=newcategorie1,newcategorie2 <===== create your categories here


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