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First, don't use unetbootin unless a distro specifically requests it. On Linux, your best bet is to just use DD (google how to do it with an iso), or use gnome disk utility (google it as well), or BalenaEtcher. On Windows, use Rufus, or again, use whatever method the install guide for the Distro recommends. Secondly, Elementary is based on Ubuntu LTS. ...


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quite simple actually using wmctrl and sleep. This is what I did: #!/bin/bash wmctrl -s 0 ############################################ # Switches to first workspace [workspaces are # numbered from 0] ############################################ firefox -private ...


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