Tom Kelly
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Configure Files to use double click
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If you prefer a (reversable) GUI option. You can install "elementary tweaks" to be able to toggle settings like this through the "System Settings" App. To install in Freya (0.3): sudo add-apt-...

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Wiki post for Japanese and Chinese input
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To quote from the Reddit post: The best working method is to use fcitx input method framework. The following description is suitable for many different languages, including chinese (pinyin, bopomofo ...

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Install packages on elementary OS with downgrade
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This can be resolved by installing aptitude with: sudo apt-get install aptitude Then running sudo aptitude install libssl-dev and selecting the options as follows.

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How can I enable Japanese input?
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If you wish to use Japanese input follow the elementary subreddit here but with step (3) replaced with either sudo apt-get install fcitx fcitx-anthy im-config sudo apt-get install fcitx fcitx-mozc ...

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Freya security repositories turns to debian jessie
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Click on "Applications" in the top-right corners and type "Language", this find the "Language & Region" settings. Open this and it will allow selecting French language in the left panel. This may ...

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I can not download Freya
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You can download Elementary OS Freya (the latest stable release) from the main Elementary webpage. They ask for a donation but you can also download and try it out for free but clicking Custom, ...

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Migrate back to Ubuntu
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The latest version of elementary (0.3 Freya) is based upon ubuntu 14.04 Trusty LTS so I'm not sure a "downgrade" is really what you are after here as you haven't strictly "upgraded" in the first place....

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Booted my elementary OS but no GUI?
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You need to use Ctrl+Alt+F1 to access (and log in via) the terminal. Then you can use any commmands can find in the help or know yourself to re-install packages). Similarly Ctrl+Alt+F7 will get you ...

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