Run this: sudo apt-get install zsh
Verify where zsh is by typing whereis zsh.
Run chsh and it'll ask you to type in your password and to enter the new value. If you've verified that zsh is available on /bin/zsh, type it in.
Warning: Be very careful when typing the path, as an invalid path given to chsh could cause a lot of problems.
Final step: Re-login
It's pretty easy, first add the fish shell repository:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:fish-shell/release-2
Then just updated your repos:
sudo apt-get update
Now we can install it:
sudo apt-get install fish
One more command and we are done:
chsh -s /usr/bin/fish
This last command will switch your default shell to fish. To see the changes close your ...
I switched yesterday to zsh, all I had to do, was
sudo apt-get install zsh
chsh -s $(which zsh)
Close all your terminals afterwards and you are done.
You can customize your shell further with Oh My Zsh.
This is likely due to the fact that elementary is running the Pantheon desktop not Gnome Shell. While Pantheon is built upon GTK3, it is not a Gnome Shell desktop. Therefore many things that work in Gnome Shell will not work in Pantheon.
There is a way and it is actually has been explained in I believe /org/pantheon/desktop/behavior which is seems like settings area that we can access with dconf-editor (or you can see .xml version of it at /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/org.pantheon.desktop.gala.gschema.xml)
If you just put a single command, it will be used for every hotcorner
This issue may be caused by two things:
1) you have modified your system font settings and have set some proportional font (i.e. OpenSans Regular, in which different letters have different widths) as your system monospace font. Solution: install elementary tweaks, go to System Settings > Tweaks > Fonts and choose any monospace font (i.e. Roboto Mono ...
Make sure you got the right connection information. This is not a system error.
More information about SSH and how to use it: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Secure_Shell#Client_usage
(ArchLinux wiki. Excellent documentation)
If you need to add a PublicKey to connect (As the error message suggest) and you're unaware of it, you should try contacting ...
You messed up some dependencies by holding packages .
(I know that libstdc++ issue with steam and that there's a solution where you actually have to hold-mark certain packages, but you can definately fry your system with that. Also, you only have to delete a few library files in the steam folder to get it running, and if you ask a new quesion, I'm pleased ...
The package Pantheon is looking for in that error message is called gconf-defaults-service.
That being said, Pantheon is not supported for Ubuntu nor is there anyone maintaining a working version of it for Ubuntu (unlike Arch Linux). If you simply added an elementary OS PPA to your Ubuntu install, it won't work (or at least not in a sane way). The PPA is ...
pantheon-terminal supports its process completion notifications for fish! To enable them, you need to put the following line either in /etc/fish/config.fish to enable them for the entire system or in ~/.config/fish/config.fish to enable them just for your user:
source /usr/share/pantheon-terminal/enable-fish-completion-notifications 2>/dev/null; or true