Odin no longer supports a choice of single-click/double-click modes I am afraid. There is just one "mixed" mode where single clicking on a folder icon navigates and clicking on a file icon selects. There are still several ways to select a folder:
Click on the helper emblem
Hold down Shift or Control key and click
Click on white space and drag to ...
Have been struggling with this, too. You need to install Kernel Headers first. See this:
you might need to
sudo apt-get install --reinstall bcmwl-kernel-source
you have to go to https://flathub.org/ to get those apps. Then install them with the Sideload feature of eOS. Look around for info on Flathub and Sideload. You will find that it is very easy to do. Good luck!
I believe you can do this via Terminal with the following command:
gsettings set org.gnome.mutter workspaces-only-on-primary false
I cannot test this right now (the work machines are stock Ubuntu), but this generally the solution with Gnome-based desktops.
This is a regression in Ubuntu 20.04. Anybody who has nvidia-driver-470 and updates to kernel version 5.11.0-34-generic will experience black screen. A temporary walkaround is to log in to a TTY (Ctrl+Alt+F2) and remove all nvidia-related packages:
sudo apt purge nvidia-driver-470 nvidia-kernel-common-470 ...
You can just type sudo apt purge nvidia and hit ↹...
Using the old URL format (https://www.google.com/calendar/dav/your-email-address/user/, from here), I was able to connect and Online Accounts could retrieve the list of calendars.
Calendar was open and it crahed with this message,
But then I opened it again and it worked properly.
After reboot, Wingpanel always crahes after clicking the date unless I open ...
You can remove them with
flatpak remove io.elementary.camera io.elementary.calculator org.gnome.Epiphany
I don't know why these applications do not show as installed in the appcenter. This might be a bug.
The "point of failure" is likely the hardware itself, as the MacBook Pro you're using shipped in autumn 2006. Comparing the specifications of a fully loaded, top-of-the-line MacBook Pro for that year to the recommended hardware for Elementary OS we see this:
MacBook Pro (2,2)
Intel Core2Duo T7600 @ 2.33GHz
Recent Intel i3 ...
This is an issue not directly related to eOS, and so you are probably better off asking at other (more frequented) places, or searching those places for an answer. This post on Ask Ubuntu might be what you are looking for: https://askubuntu.com/questions/217904/unable-to-boot-into-windows-after-installing-ubuntu-how-to-fix
If that doesn't work or would take ...
According to Google's developer documentation page, that url you're using is the correct one. Although they also mention this one:
And as far as I can tell, the calid is your email address with the "@" replaced with a "%40", like john%40gmail.com. But I haven't been able to get it ...
I hope the folks at Elementary get a new ISO out soon!
Why they are so slow to respond on both Facebook and other forums is not good. They need to get a new ISO out ASAP.
Imagine your band just released a new album with all kinds of promo and press releases only to find out that all the tracks are garbled when downloaded from iTunes or Amazon.
This will show you every device that may be "awake" during sleep. "On" means awake and "off" is just off. If you want to know what every device is, you can use the command lspci and compare the digits.
To switch the state of a device with the name "XHC" you need to execute the ...
I was able to fix it after all. Updating to kernel 5.14 broke my trackpad, whilst trying to fix that I came across this:
Following that guide fixed all my issues.
edit: Figured it out myself, the solution is to go into System Settings→Applications→Permissions and give Gnome Web access to Home & System folders! Leaving this here in case anyone else has this problem.
Well that will work, but it's not safe. This is a web browser, you don't want it to have unlimited system access. The equivalent of ~/.local/share/...
I found only one solution is downgrade file manager to prev version 4.5.0 where it is possible use double-click.
To do this follow the next instruction:
1. Remove current file manager
sudo apt remove pantheon-files
2. Download source code 4.5.0 version from link https://github.com/elementary/files/releases/tag/4.5.0
3. Install all packages to compile file ...
I also needed to install a dark theme to flatpak with
flatpak install flathub org.gtk.Gtk3theme.Adwaita-dark
to get the application ID... Then the following command to apply the theme to the application ID... For example with LibreOffice
flatpak override --user --env=GTK_THEME=Adwaita-dark org.libreoffice.LibreOffice
That command ...
I suspect something is weird about the GRUB that ships with elementary OS. It ignored some of the configuration I tried on it as well, albeit I'm inexperienced with GRUB in general.
What worked for me was using boot-repair to reinstall GRUB. I disabled Secure Boot in the GRUB options, which reinstalled GRUB, and enabled my selections in the GRUB config file.
You have to find out what your wireless adapter is and then get those drivers installed. There are some good guides around for Broadcom e.g., https://www.thetestspecimen.com/posts/broadcom-bluetooth-fedora/
.deb packages can be installed in the console with dpkg -i
Flatpaks can be downloaded from the Flathub. After installing one flatpak from there, all other available flatpaks will show up in the App Center.
I've tried it too and if I selected Czech language and US keyboard, i stalation aborted at the begining. If I selected US language and czech keyboard it has stucked at 70 percent. In complete english it worked well.
I tried doing the installation in English (US) and not adding swap. It fixed the issue.
EDIT: The problem is the language, not the swap. I tried installing again in US English but with a swap partition and it worked fine. Instalation in Czech failed.
I've reported this as a bug in the elementary installer.
I experienced the same issue, which seems to be caused by the grub.cfg file not being written to /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub/grub.cfg, just to /boot/grub/grub.cfg.
What I did was:
Created a backup of /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub/grub.cfg
Copied /boot/grub/grub.cfg to /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub/grub.cfg
After rebooting I was able to select newer kernels from the ...