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弁財天: ** (mate-terminal:5488): WARNING **: Error retrieving accessibility bus address:
I don't think recent versions of GNOME Terminal have the '--disable-factory' switch any more.

<code>Exec=mate-terminal --disable-factory</code>
gnome  gnometerminal  terminal  linux  errormessage  maybesolution 
january 2018 by kme
c - GLib-GIO-ERROR**: No GSettings schemas are installed on the system - Stack Overflow |
I ran into this problem when trying to using GNU Stow with two different GLib (elementaryOS) applications, which both provided their own 'gschemas.compiled'. My solution was to remove the existing one and run 'glib-compile-schemas /usr/local/share/glib-2.0/schemas'.
The problem is with the Glib schemas that apparently are not compiled on your system.

You need the glib-compile-schemas and find the glib-2.0/schemas directory which is located in /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas, I don't know if it will be found in the same path within MinGW, but I don't see why it wouldn't, so you must execute the following command1

<code class="language-bash">
glib-compile-schemas /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/

and that will create a file gschemas.compiled so you need write permission, then the error will go away.
gnustow  stow  errormessage  gsettings  glib  gnome  elementaryos  workaround  solution 
january 2018 by kme
How do I manage applications on startup in GNOME 3? - Ask Ubuntu
From terminal or AltF2 dialog run: gnome-session-properties.

For newer ( 3.14 ) versions of Gnome just use the Tweak Tool from the applications menu.
centos  gnome  annoyance  solution 
august 2017 by kme
Bug 783568 – WARNING: couldn't connect to: /tmp/keyring-SqfLpI/pkcs11

I took a look at my /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-pkcs11.desktop file and found this:


KDE was missing so I added it:


Then I rebooted, ran SVN, and the error did not appear.

Seems like the problem only affects KDE users (or any users not using desktop environments specified in OnlyShowIn).

Hope this helps.
gnome  keyring  xfce  solution  errormessage  configfile 
february 2016 by kme
How to fix WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn’t connect to: /root/.cache/keyring-yNzNuC/pkcs11: No such file or directory? – blackMORE Ops
Edit /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-pkcs11.desktop file:

$ leafpad /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-pkcs11.desktop

Go to the OnlyShowIn line and add XFCE; at the end of it.
gnome-keyring  keyring  gnome  errormessage  xfce  solution 
february 2016 by kme
Gentoo Forums :: View topic - Gentoo 'lining up behind systemd'?
If systemd becomes a prerequsite for GNOME, its time to drop GNOME. The philosophy throughout all of *NIX is the programs do one thing and do it well.
It smacks of poor systems design to have your choice of GUI dictate your init manager as the two things are so far apart in the system that is GNU/Linux.

ulenrich wrote:
Then look at "man systemd.exec systemd.unit systemd.service" and you'll see what is game changing anyway ...

...and especially look at "top" and "mem" to see what the nonsense costs you permanently on running time and memory. Not to speak about the time you will need to debug due to the undeterministic boot process and broken log concept.

Leave alone the insane ideas like xml as part of the system software, binary log formats and so on. Or the constant public u-turns about just what the One True Way is this month.
gentoo  initsystems  sysvinit  openrc  systemd  gnome  discussion 
september 2015 by kme
Writing a GNOME thumbnailer — drboblog
Pantheon Files seems to use Tumbler, though.
gnome  thumbnailer 
june 2015 by kme
Changing the default file manager in Gnome 3.10
I believe that Manjaro supports the xdg-mime command and you should be able to use that to change the file manager. The following commands need to be run in a terminal.
This command will tell you the current default file manager.
xdg-mime query default inode/directory

This command will alow you to change the default file manager.
xdg-mime default (file manager name).desktop inode/directory application/x-gnome-saved-search

so to change the file manager to Nemo use this command.
xdg-mime default nemo.desktop inode/directory application/x-gnome-saved-search
filemanageer  gnome  linux  mimetype  fileassociation  maybesolution 
february 2015 by kme
Installing GNOME GUI on CentOS 6.5 - Sysads Gazette
yum -y groupinstall "Desktop" "Desktop Platform" "X Window System" "Fonts"
centos  gui  gnome  desktop  packagemangement  solution 
september 2014 by kme
GeekoZoid...: Eclipse on Linux Missing Icons []
Here is the solution: 

gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface menus-have-icons true


Turns out Eclipse honors the old GTK2 menu icons setting.
gtk  gnome  eclipse  icons  solution 
june 2014 by kme
Disable Cinnamon 2 lock screen? - Ask Ubuntu

After a bit of searching in dconf-editor (inspired by the other answers and not gconf), I found the schema

org → cinnamon → desktop → lockdown

which contains a key called disable-lock-screen, set that to true (checked) to disable the Cinnamon lock screen.

Since the org -> cinnamon -> desktop hierarchy doesn't even exist with Cinnamon 1.8.8, I'm assuming that it reads from the org -> gnome hierarchy instead. Because changing the option uner org -> gnome worked.

Caveat: This removes the ability to lock the screen whatsoever.
cinnamon  gnome  lockscreen  annoyance  sortof  solution 
february 2014 by kme
Eric D. Hough — Disable Screen Lock in GNOME Shell / Cinnamon

Now, there’s a caveat. This will entirely disable your screen lock. So you can’t hit Ctrl-Alt-L to lock your screen if you are working on something sensitive. Turns out someone filed a buge with GNOME, so at least the developers are aware of the problem.
cinnamon  gnome  lockscreen  annoyance  bug 
february 2014 by kme
Bug 343896 – gvfs' gvfs-open should execute .desktop files instead of editing them
The solution for creating a Wine program launcher in DockbarX (for Evernote) was to pass the .desktop file to exo-open, which worked fine.
ubuntu  lucid  bug  gnome  xdg-desktop  solution 
february 2014 by kme
command line - Running a .desktop file in the terminal - Ask Ubuntu
First, I wrote a python script using Gio and placed saved it as ~/bin/run-desktop :


from gi.repository import Gio
import sys

def main(myname, desktop, *files):
launcher = Gio.DesktopAppInfo.new_from_filename(desktop)
launcher.launch(files, None)

if __name__ == "__main__":

The simplest solution on Lucid (10.04) for creating a Wine program launcher in DockbarX (for Evernote) was to pass the .desktop file to exo-open, which worked fine.
gnome  ubuntu  xdg-desktop-icon  commandline  solution 
february 2014 by kme
Linux Mint Forums • View topic - How to remove the alt-middle mouse button shortcut
In there you have to navigate to org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences. In the right hand pane click the option 'resize with right button'. The resize option will now become Alt/right mouse button instead of Alt/middle mouse button.

--Or in this case org.cinnamon.desktop.preferences (may have been updated to org.cinnamon.desktop.wm.preferences in a recent version) which actually seems to work
rightmousebuttonresize  annoyance  linuxmint  windowmanagement  cinnamon  gnome  solution  essential  movein 
november 2013 by kme
How to Auto-Unlock Keyring in Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10 | fanDigital
Better Idea: delete the "default" keyring, create a new one called "login" and set it as the default. Chromium will then use this one for new passwords. This /might/ get unlocked automatically when you log in.
badidea  security  gnome  keyring  passwordmanager 
april 2013 by kme
Mounting Remote Directories With SSHFS On Ubuntu 11.10
@20gnd: RT @tux_news: Mounting Remote Directories With SSHFS On Ubuntu 11.10
via:ifttt  from:twitter  by:20gnd  sshfs  ssh  filesystems  ubuntu  gnome 
december 2011 by kme
GNOME Stock icon constants - Stock Items
When using these names with notify-send -i <icon>, change, for example, GTK_STOCK_DIALOG to stock-dialog.
ubuntu  notify-send  gnome  stockicons  icons  solution 
october 2011 by kme
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