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As far as I know it is intentional from the eOS team. I also had such issues in Loki beta. In order to add PPAs run the following in the terminal sudo apt install software-properties-common


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About system tray icons. In release-juno, elementaryOS dropped the support of the old Ayatana Indicators While the software devs implement the new way you can have them back by... $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yunnxx/elementary $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install indicator-application wingpanel-indicator-ayatana then you need to edit the file /etc/xdg/...


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Sadly, with Loki support for system tray icons based on Ayatana Indicators was obsoleted and definitively dropped in Juno. I found a nice article which gives a workaround (tested working on my PCs). Here are the basic steps: Make indicator-application recognise Pantheon: mkdir -p ~/.config/autostart cp /etc/xdg/autostart/indicator-application.desktop ~/....


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This is a known bug: https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-power/issues/89 There's a workaround near the (current) bottom of the page: This problem is because the power settings are used from the gconf configuration of the user lightdm, and not the current user. Just test: sudo su su - -s /bin/bash lightdm gsettings get org.gnome.settings-...


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I had the same Problem with my XPS 13. The Solution was very easy. System Settings > Mouse & Touchpad > Physical clicking (in the Touchpad area) Set it from Multitouch to Touchpad areas.


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drag 'Desktop' icon from dock to somewhere else.


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Go to Settings > Keyboard and change the default behavior for the ⌘-key to disabled. ⌘-key is the super-key or the 'windows'-key. See wikipedia for the origin of the symbol.


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I have juno running in an HP EliteBook 8460p with the screen rotation problem when I tilt the keyboard. To stop this, this worked for me: sudo systemctl stop iio-sensor-proxy.service


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The following should install the tool to add apt repositories. Remember that elementary doesn't support or secure these, so they are entirely at your own risk. sudo apt install software-properties-common python3-software-properties python-software-properties


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There is no way to update from an elementary version to another one. You have to clean install every time. Hopefully in the next version they will add the option to update.


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Why doesn't it work? Elementary OS dropped support for GtkStatusIcon and Ayatana [source] (the two tray APIs most applications use). The reason is probably that they wanted to force developers to make their indicator apps eOS-specific, so that they don't ruin the user experience. For this reason, no old indicator app will work with Juno. Alternative ...


5

the network icon was duplicated, how to leave only what is native to the system?


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As an interim solution you can install dconf-editor and change the key org/gnome/system/location to enabled. After that, the Night light settings will work as expected. You can also change the setting in the terminal without installing anything by executing gsettings set org.gnome.system.location enabled true Please execute sudo apt-get install dconf-...


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I don't know if this is an firefox bug or not but there are more topics about this Firefox right button on selected text start Inspect Tool not right button menu and Firefox right click issue Also what version of firefox are you using? I have version 62.03 and got no problems with the mouse button/context menu for now. Edit: got a litte fix go to -> ...


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The same thing also happens with Brave (browser). It's clear that the window is maximized, as the panel at the top becomes black. If you click and drag down just below the black panel, the program window restores to a non-maximized size and becomes visible. If you maximize it again, it'll work correctly until will close the window again.


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Alt left/right right is the keyboard shortcut for moving through history, just like in browsers.


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You can use the Event Sounds option in the Sound settings to disable this sound. In previous versions of Elementary OS this option didn't work. The old workaround is below. I think the "Event Sounds" option in the Sound settings is supposed to disable this sound but it doesn't seem to work. I've opened an issue here: https://github.com/elementary/files/...


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This is a known issue. It only occurs with applications that request legacy window decorations (titlebars, borders, etc...). I'm part of the elementary team and I'm looking into a fix, but it's not a quick easy fix. In the mean time, there's a workaround where you can run the app from the terminal like so: GTK_CSD=0 slic3r You'll need to replace slic3r ...


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Follow this steps Open a terminal, then write and execute (by pressing ENTER) this commands, one at a time: sudo apt install software-properties-common will ask your password sudo add-apt-repository ppa:philip.scott/elementary-tweaks will ask you press ENTER to confirm the installation of the PPA (newer version of add-apt-repository runs apt update ...


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all you have to do is: sudo dpkg-reconfigure libdvd-pkg


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I had the same problem after I couldn't recover from a Window's 10 bad config issue and decided to go Linux for my desktops. I even installed it three times thinking I did something wrong. Here's the fix that solved my problem...connect to a wired interface, open up a terminal and execute sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source Hope that helps


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I believe you have no network connection. Get a wired connection (Ethernet) and open appcenter, it will be able to fetch updates. Tip: You may face problem with WiFi. If you do, click on the Installed tab from appcenter and install bcmwl-kernel-source driver by clicking free. Your wifi will be working again.


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Please execute this in your terminal, timedatectl set-local-rtc 1 --adjust-system-clock Do not worry if you see a warning after running timedatectl.


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You can install the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Hardware Enablement (HWE) packages in order to get a newer kernel. I've been using this on my Elementary systems for half a year or so without issues (Elementary 5.0 Juno is built from Ubuntu 18.04). At time of typing this my main system is using 5.0.0-31-generic. HTH To enable HWE, type the following command in the ...


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In Terminal, without installing anything: gsettings set org.pantheon.desktop.gala.behavior hotcorner-topright 'minimize-current'


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default integrated monitor is not always LVDS-1 first you should get overview of detected displays and their aliases by command xrandr | grep " connected " | awk '{ print$1 }' then cast xrandr --output <here alias of your integrated monitor> --off


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I fix this replacing juno for bionic on /etc/apt/sources.list.d/appcenter.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/patches.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/elementary.list to find this list of files you can use sudo grep -R juno /etc/apt


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The same problem was solved for Loki previously. You have to restart (or at least reload) Gala to change the wallpaper. To do that, you can type or paste the following into Terminal: killall -HUP gala The -HUP flag tells the command to basically "Hang-UP" the gala process, which makes it restart.


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