Ubuntu :: Change The Default Template Used By Gnumeric At Startup?

Aug 18, 2010

Can I change the default template used by gnumeric at startup? How?

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Oct 12, 2010

Ubuntu Server 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)

I'm looking for ways to customize the default mdadm email template. I don't like the wording of the template, and i'd like to gear it towards my implementation.

1) can i customize the default template?

a) if so, how?

b) if not, how can I create a new template and use that?

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Feb 8, 2011

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is it possible in vim editor?

i need to type,




whenever i write the new script.. i am repeating the above format.. is there any possiblity to set vim editor to display the above text as default?

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I have a template similar to the following.


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{ ... }

As you can see we have a problem. If we use a wchar_t instead the string wont be formatted right we need to prefix L in front. If we use char16_t we need to prefix a u in front. Is there a was to make the generic without resorting the the std::string class?

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Sep 12, 2010

How is it possible to change the default text that is displayed on the default BASH logon (attached)?

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Nov 1, 2010

which repo do I have to enable to get Gnumeric in SL 5.5...?

I am aware that one should be very careful about the configuration files of Yum... in order not to b0rk the system...

And some repos can be conflicting with others...

And building this from source hits with a lot of unmet dependencies..

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Apr 10, 2010

I have created a very simple spreadsheet - using gnumeric - with small numbers and simple formulas - the numbers fit easily inside their cells - the formatting all seems in order BEFORE I try to print. When I set up the spreadsheet for printing - and "print preview" the document, I see hash marks in place of numbers in a majority of the cells. When I print the document, the hash marks are printed, in place of the numbers. When I view the document under normal circumstances, for editing - the hash marks are not present. All seems well. I cannot print the spreadsheet without the hash marks (#####) appearing!

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Aug 5, 2009

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Dec 22, 2010

Whenever I edit a spreadsheet in Gnumeric, I have to have an argument about saving the edited version. First, it says it wants to save it in Gnumeric's XML format instead of whatever format I opened it in, and then I get a dialog warning me the file already exists,is it OK to overwrite it? All my spreadsheets are either .odt or .csv. I just want to be able to open, edit and save without an argument every time. It's like telling a child that it's bed time and having the same argument every night, and it's getting on my nerves.Is there a setting where I can get gnumeric to obediently save the edited version, or do I just have to put up with the slower opening times of LibreOffice instead?

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Mar 1, 2010

If you find Abiword and Gnumeric are not working after upgrading libgoffice-0.8 a quick fix is by creating the following link:


cd /usr/lib
ln -s libgoffice-0.8.so.8.0.0 libgoffice-0.8.so.7
Abiword and Gnumeric are now working as before.

I found this from the following bug-report:[URL]

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Ubuntu :: Default Set Of Startup Applications?

Jan 22, 2010

While recently tweaking my system i deleted some startup applications from System->Preferences->Startup Applications. Now my themes and some other settings are not showing up while I login.

here the default set of startup application entries that come when you do a clean install? I am using Ubuntu 9.10 64bit

PS: If there is any work around to reset.

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Ubuntu :: How To Disable Some Default Startup Programs

Sep 2, 2010

I recently made the switch from gnome to kde. After struggling for two straight days I finally have everything the way I want, and I must say that I am quite pleased with Kde. The one thing I want to do now is get my computer to start up without running printer applets and bluetooth and all that other stuff I don't need. I have had little luck finding any info on this one.

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Apr 26, 2011

At each startup, Ubuntu asks me for the password for the keyring.

An application wants access to the keyring 'Default', but it is locked. Enter password for keyring 'Default' to unlock Even if I choose:

Automatically unlock this keyring whenever I'm logged in it keeps asking it to me at each startup and the connection does not establish if I don't do it. I don't see anything special in the settings for "Passwords and Encryption keys"

Is there a way to remove this?

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Mar 12, 2009

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Jun 7, 2011

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Now when I turn on or restart my computer, it boots up straight to windows, I can no longer access the grub boot selection screen or my ubuntu OS.

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Jul 19, 2010

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Feb 21, 2010

I'm running Karmic with an NVIDIA GeForce 6600, normally at 1280x1024. Just during the past week, the resolution has started spontaneously changing to 1024x768, just after I type the password to login. I get the Ubuntu splash screen with the animated light thingy underneath, then the screen flickers and it goes to 1024x768. I have tried changing driver but this has no effect.

I then have to change it manually using the Nvidia X Server settings utility, which is fine. I can then save X settings into /etc/x11/xorg.conf but next startup it does exactly the same again. I have seen a lot of posts in which Ubuntu leaves users stuck in a low res, or even tries to put them into an unsupported res, but nothing quite like this. Is there a Gnome setting somewhere that defines screen res at startup??

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Mar 15, 2010

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May 17, 2010

I have a dual boot windows 7 and ubuntu karmic and by default whenever i turn on my system it automatically boots into ubuntu but i want windows 7 as my default boot up os, so can anybody please suggest what should i do.

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Feb 22, 2011

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Oct 27, 2010

Gnumeric 1.10.1. I tried editing a .xls spreadsheet with gnumeric and I came across the message "operation not supported".

I tried running Gnumeric from terminal to see if there was any more info regarding the save, but it just outputted that one message "Operation not supported" and that was it.

The .xls file is on another partition so I figured maybe Ubuntu mounted the partition in read-only, but no - I can edit other documents on the partition.

I right clicked on the .xls file to see the permissions and it says Owner Group and Others are all read+write.

I uninstalled and reinstalled gnumeric, but no change.

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Apr 12, 2010

I have noticed a few problems when some screenlets are loaded before some others. I think that "Startup Applications Preferences" should have an option to arrange the order of their execution.

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Apr 13, 2010

I have Ubuntu 9.10 and I want to replace the splash screen with the white Ubuntu logo and the marquee progress bar with that of Xubuntu with those whirling sparkles.

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May 13, 2010

I wanna get the startup sound Backtrack plays when logging in . Anyone can show me how to change the system startup sound and where I may be able to download that startup sound from?

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May 30, 2010

If I have compiz on, it causes my system to freeze sometimes at startup. I've turned compiz off, but I miss the effects. Is there a setting somewhere I could change to prevent the freezing at startup. We have a computer with an nvidia card with compiz enabled, and this doesn't freeze. Graphics Card: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS/GME, 943/940GML Express Integrated Graphics Controller (From lscpi) Ubuntu Release: 10.04

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Dec 5, 2010

I recently installed Ubuntu according to the instructions on the site. However, now when I start up my computer I see Ubuntu, Ubuntu recover (something like that), two windows 7's, and windows vista. Before I installed Ubuntu I only had windows 7. How can I clean it up so that I only see Ubuntu and Windows 7?

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Feb 21, 2011

I'm using dual OS (XP and Ubuntu 10.04) and i have been using ubuntu for past a year, now i have a problem when booting, that i made by mistake.

I use Windows XP only to work with Photoshop other than that i mostly use Ubuntu for everything. Recently my windows xp got crashed, so without any idea i have reinstalled windows xp but now i cann't able to find my ubuntu. i don't know what to do right now?

Am i required to reinstall ubuntu (my most of the files are in ubuntu), is there any solution without reinstall.

I find that need to change the boot.ini, but i'm not getting any proper results

Note: Need to Change the booting from windows XP to promting for Ubuntu and Windows XP

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Ubuntu :: Change Default JRE And JVM?

Jul 10, 2010


One of the greatest things about Linux, ( I'm currently using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS) is your ability to install more than one version of java. Ubuntu, and by default, comes loaded with OpenJdk, which is an open source version of Java. As I stated in a previous discussion, I had some issues to run glassfish with the OpenJdk, so I decided to install the "closed" version of Java directly from Sun microsystem's website ( Hosted by oracle nowadays).

After downloading the latest Java development kit(JDK) which also includes the Java Runtime Envirnonment (JRE), I installed it from the terminal. The java file I downloaded was a ".bin" file. I have explained in the previous discussion, how to install a .bin file.

The installer will extract all the contents of the ".bin" file to a folder in the same directory as of the ".bin" file. Assuming that you have extracted the contents of the ".bin" file to a folder on your Desktop called JAVA6, then the path to this folder would be:

after that go to your terminal window and do the following: sudo update-alternatives --install "/usr/bin/java" "java" "/Desktop/JAVA6/bin/java" 1

Then issue the following command:

sudo update-alternatives --set Desktop/JAVA6/bin/java

This should set your newly installed java as your default JVM and JRE.

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Feb 16, 2010

I'm using in the server 8.4 and installed the package startupmanager which is GUI, through this package I can show the text during boot, unlike in the 9.10, I checked the "show the text during boot" same I did in the 8.4 bu It's not showing the text and still show the splash...

how to change it direct from shell instead of the stupid GUI

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Jun 6, 2010

It takes about 30 seconds for the desktop to 'fully load'. When I login I see my background, but nothing else. Then you wait 30 seconds and you see the panels appear. Is there any way to fix this lag, and make it an instant load? Cause really it should not take that long to load a panel with not really anything on it.

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