I've been playing around with some themes recently, and a couple of the murrine themes have messed with my menu bars (this isn't ONLY occuring in firefox, but occurs in every window with a menu bar).Does anyone know how to remove the colored menu bar, and make it normal?
Now i've lost possibility to enter my Fedora system. during boot it lost it's modern blue boot screen (with filling drop), it was replaced by standard old boot screen with triple-color stripe. after this boot screen monitor start blinking going on and off. and on last step i'm getting "Fedora 14 boot bla bla bla something" on screen....nothing works except Ctrl+Alt+Delete....system reboots showing successful daemons shutting sequence. How can i edit grub menu from initial grub screen is it possible to it's own 'e' option or 'c' from grub command line?
When I am right clicking on menu or clicking on main menu (system<preferences) nothing is opening.I tried reinstalling gnome desktop, python..and there is no use.What should I do now??I want to edit my menu.
At the moment I have a list that has: Debian 6.0 + kernel information etc Debian 6.0 same again (Recovery Mode) Windows XP Home Edition etc when all I really want is: Debian 6.0 Recovery Mode Windows XP you used to be able to just edit menu.lst but it seems not now.
I just upgraded to fedora 12 via clean install with old /home partition and deleting old config files, and here is my issue. I need to edit the menu, and I need to set SELinux to permissive. OOo will not run with SELinux enabled for some reason, and besides, all my systems use SELinux in permissive. These two options no longer exist in the menu
I'm using F12 Gnome and when I right click on the menu it doesn't have edit menu. where is it now?I'm trying to at the flashplugin from Firefox to use in Google Chrome. Here's the link:I know it's Ubuntu, but since its using Gnome it should be similar. Why would Gnome change something that's useful?
Does anybody know how to manually edit the main menu (gnome) launcher files? I would like to start a program as root but the only wasan get it to work is to set it up as a "Terminal Application" and put sudo in front of the command. Is there a way (similar to "system-config-firewall" ) can prompt for the root password an run the software as an "Application"
I have installed two OS on my PC. Windows 7 and fedora 12,but when I boot it shows 3 entries for fedora and one for windows to select. How can I remove redundant menu entries without affecting boot loader.
I have been messing with F12 look & feel and am seeking a way to edit the User Switch Applet so that the log-off and shutdown features in the System menu will be found in the User Switch Applet. (This is a feature in Karmic 9.10 and I really like it.)
I'm using Fedora 15 on my Dell Inspiron 17R (dual booting with Win7) I'm trying to edit the GRUB menu after an update, but when I try to gedit the menu.lst file, I'm getting an error.
(gedit:1884): EggSMClient-WARNING **: Failed to connect to the session manager: None of the authentication protocols specified are supported
g_dbus_connection_real_closed: Remote peer vanished with error: Underlying GIOStream returned 0 bytes on an async read (g-io-error-quark, 0). Exiting. Terminated Is this an error I can resolve? Did I do something to break it
I have opensuse 11.2 64 bit with the latest Nvidia drivers on a Gnome desktop; out of the box compiz 7.8 worked great. I had no intention of upgrading but I did with the upgrade to 8.4. Everything upgraded fine except I lost my menu bars on all screens when they were opened. I downgraded back down to 7.8 and still the same issue. Right now I have no compiz on so I can have have my menu bars. There is something I must be missing when I installed or reinstalled or upgraded compiz. I would like to get an original compiz setup that a fresh install gives.
I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 on my Cr48 (google beta laptop), which is downloaded from Google.
After a while of using it (it varies, and has been about 30 minutes recently), the menu bars at the top and bottom of the screen disappear.
Webpages perpetually load... but never do. Browser chats still work with people, I just cant load new web pages.
When I hit the power button and am prompted with three shutdown options, the top and bottom icon are red circles with a white X (like it cant load the icon), and all the text is just boxes like it cant load the symbols.
I have to hard reset the whole computer by pulling the battery.
I just upgraded to Natty and I cannot access any of my menu bars. My mouse does not move any higher than the screen boundaries and I'm sure they're not set to auto hide. After doing some searching I found the following commands which I ran in a terminal on my Mac, controlling my Ubuntu machine through SSH.Window manager error: Unable to open X display.
See, I like the KDE (like Kubuntu) but I dislike the menu bars and the taskbar (though I like the setup of it once the menu button is opened), and I much prefer GNOME's icons and bars, is there any way I can do this?
i just installed centos 5.3, after the install was complete i decided to remove the productivty apps (word processor, spreadsheet etc). that part went succesfully until i restarted the server. i must have removed something related to the desktop beacause when i log in now, all i get is an analog clock, a console window and a firefox window. no background or menu bars. i attached a screen shot so you can see what i mean because i cant quite describe it.
Debian if my first OS and i want to dual boot Fedora12.Ok i installed Fedora12 and choose not to install the bootloader(gonna use the one Debian installed)What i'm tring to do in Debain is edit my /boot/grub/menu.lst Here is what i have
How do I reset unity when I've lost my left side menu bar and the bar at the top is also gone? Pressing Alt /f2 doesn't doesn't come up either so I can't type 'unity --reset' I guess that's the command for restoring defaults to the screen. Rebooting the system the same thing happens. It appears to be locked up without menu's and function keys
After upgrading to Natty from the previous version and switching to Ubuntu Classic my compiz settings were completely wiped out. No problem, I just re-entered them. The problem is that I don't get any menu bar on my windows. It also happens once in a while in Metacity but using the compiz fusion icon utility to reload the window manager will usually fix the issue. I have had this problem intermittently in the past but have always been able to resolve it by reloading the window manager. Now when I'm using compiz I ALWAYS have this issue and it makes compiz unusable. Compiz is not just eye-candy for me, it has become integral to the way I use my computer. If anyone has any ideas I'm all ears.
Spent the past hour trying to figure this out, it's not happening. I have no menu bars in programs or em, file explorer? Ex: I open playonlinux and at the top.. no file | tools | edit | etc. | etc. This is on pinguy (ubuntu) btw.
I've got a fresh install of Natty on my Dell Studio 17 laptop. The screen on the laptop doesn't work so I have it plugged into my Panasonic TV with an HDMI cable. The only problem is that the TV is not showing the outer edges of my desktop. So, I can't see the "Applications" menu, for example, or the button to click to Logout. I've messed with every setting available on the TV and nothing has helped.Can anyone provide any advice? I've started messing around with xrandHere is the output of 'xrandr':
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 3360 x 1207, maximum 8192 x 8192 LVDS1 connected 1440x900+1920+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 367mm x 229mm 1440x900 60.1*+ 59.9