General :: Options Missing From Firefox Tools Menu?

Oct 10, 2009

Using firefox on Ubuntu 9.04. when I click tools, options is not in the menu. How can I get it back? I have searched a lot but haven't found the answer.The tools menu contains. Web Search > Downloads > Add-ons > Error console > Page Info > Clear Private Data > manage Content Plug-ins.

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Fedora :: File Browser Missing From FC 13 System Tools Menu?

Aug 18, 2010

I installed Fedora Core 13 x86-64 from the installation DVD and picked the "Software Development" installation. I notice that the Applications->System Tools menu doesn't have "File Browser" on it.

Nautilus is installed, so I can create a launcher for it. I'm merely curious whether this is a change or bug in FC 13? Or should I suspect that I myself deleted the file browser launcher accidentally? The machine is a laptop and I find the mousepad awkward to use.

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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.3 : DVD Menu Missing Repair Tools For The Installed System

Jul 17, 2010

It used to be that the dvd menu offered an option to "repair the installed system". THis was really very convenient. The openSUSE 11.3 dvd for x86 now only gives a "system rescue" option which leads to command line directl. Where have been "the repair the installed system" tools? How can we access them now? What is a reasonable set of tips that's supposed to be used after logging into "system rescue"?

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Ubuntu :: Audio And Video Options Missing From Applications Menu

Jun 22, 2011

I am running Classic (No effects) Since I installed VBox a couple of days ago, I have just realized the Sound and Video options have disappeared from the Applications Menu.

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Fedora :: Panel Options Of Gnome Missing / Get Context Menu Items Back?

Jul 21, 2010

I used to be able to right-click any panel in Gnome and select 'Properties' to chnage the size, color, add a new item, ect...

Now when I right-click a panel the only options I see are 'Help' and 'About Panels'

can somebody PLEASE tell me how to get my context menu items back?

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Ubuntu :: Firefox Title Bar And Menu Bar Missing

Jul 5, 2011

I am using firefox 5.0 under ubuntu 11.04. I have attached the screenshot of my firefox window. There is no menubar, no title bar, no close, minimize, maximize buttons. I am sure I am not in fullscreen mode.Moving the mouse to the top left corner does not bring out the launcher. Pressing Alt+Tab does not bring out window selection dialog (to switch to another application). I killed firefox from tty1 and restarted firefox. The problem persists.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Installer Options - Can't Select Any Of The Menu Options Except For Boot From First Hard Drive

Mar 19, 2010

So I have the burned ubuntu CD, and I'm attempting to install it on a system that has one HDD with XP/Vista on it, and another that is completely formatted and unpartitioned. However, when I boot to the ubuntu CD, I can use the menus from the bottom, and select the language when initially prompted, but I can't select any of the menu options except for boot from first hard drive.

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General :: Missing Gui Options At Boot?

Sep 24, 2010

I thought running an update from my OpenSuse 11.3 dvd would solve my problem, but It doesn't; I'm not given the option to choose a gui environment. It leaves me at a prompt here. /home//

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General :: Mint 9 Menu Options Does Not Allow For Accessing Win. 7?

May 23, 2010

I managed to install Mint 9 on a Windows 7 system. It works except for one thing: at the Menu options, Windows 7 is listed at the bottom, Mint 9 at the top. I can log into Mint 9 but all keys are frozen. When I boot with Super Grub and other discs, I get the same result. All keys are frozen.Is there a way to edit my boot menu so that I can get dual boot.I know I can use Win. 7 disc, repair, then re-install Windows' mbr, but that would give me back my Win. 7 but no Mint 9. (By the way, I cannot install Ubuntu 10.4 or any other Linux; ;so far it works only with Mint 9)

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General :: Edit Right Click Menu Options?

Feb 9, 2010

to be able to copy a file, then right click my mouse and select paste as and save the file with a different file name. It will save me from making a duplicate and then renaming it, or defaulting to command line (which I live in anyways). Or how about copying some text and then just right clicking in a file manager and pasting the text as a file. It would save me the time to open an editor and pasting it and then saving it. I wouldn't think it would be too hard to grab the latest clipboard entry and redirect it to a file. Scripting the functions shouldn't be hard at all. I would think the hardest part would be to implement the right click menu function across different X environments. For example I use KDE 3.5. I don't even know how to edit the right click menu options (Google should fix that). I could setup the changes for my system, but it would only work on KDE 3.5 then. I would have to figure out how to do it for Gnome, Xfce, iceWM, Englightenment, etc. Should this be a standard feature given by the OS?

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General :: Write Kickstart For Menu Options?

Jan 30, 2010

I am attempting to write a kickstart file for Fedora Directory Server.I am stuck at some menu options. here is what I have written so far:



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General :: To Disable Cut, Copy, Paste Options In The Edit Menu?

May 3, 2011

I am using Ubuntu 10.04. I want to disable the cut, copy, paste options in the Edit menu when my system is connected by rdesktop. I want to make a write/copy protected session in the rdesktop. I have disabled the keybord shortcuts like Ctrl+X ,Ctrl+V, Ctrl+C by disabling their Keysyms in the rdesktop code. Now I need to disable the options in the edit menu.

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General :: Installing Latest Ubuntu 11 - Manually Arranging Different Options In Partitioning Menu?

Jul 5, 2011

I usually use Ubuntu as a way of accessing my hard drive when Windows 7 crashes. I now want to reinstall Ubuntu on my hard drive as a seperate OS on its own partition.

I installed Windows 7 already, and I allocated about 60gb for Ubuntu. The problem now is manually arranging the different options in the Ubuntu partitioning menu. I tried the automatic installation but I was unhappy with the fact that it merged my W7 and the Ubuntu installation on a partition.

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Fedora :: F12 Admin Menus - Missing Tools?

Nov 20, 2009

In F11 the administration menu had more things in it IIRC. Seems that in F12 a lot of tools are missing.Specifically the SELinux config tool is missing, but getting the rest of the menu back would be nice. I can't remember what it had but I'm sure I'll need them at some point.

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General :: Folder Missing From 'Places' Menu

Sep 9, 2010

My latest problem: (Ubuntu 10.04)My "pictures" folder is missing from the "Places" menu. It used to be there....I didn't do anything...but now it's gone. I liked having it there- I can access that folder through "home folder" but it was nice having it where I could get to it with just one click. How can I get it back? (There is no option to edit the places menu in the "edit menus" thingie)

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General :: Menu Bar Missing In KDE After Updating / Get It To Work Again?

May 29, 2010

The menu bar - and pretty much everything else on my desktop - has disappeared after I let the system update itself.

Only the bar at the bottom is still there, and I can't start any applications, not even a terminal. No icons, no background, no anything (I got Firefox running by clicking on a link in the About KDE menu item in the task manager, which i started with ctrl-alt-del)

During the update the system just restarted, and afterwards it was like that.

How do I get it to work again?

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General :: Missing Menu And Task Bar In Mint.

Jan 22, 2011

I am in the process of learning Mint, but need help with a missing Menu and task bar. I have obviously deleted something, but have no idea what.Terminal is a problem, as it does not appear correctly but enlarged and incomplete.I do have a dock, with a number of icons and an application icon.

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OpenSUSE :: KDE 4: File Associations And Menu Itens Missing In Application Menu

Mar 1, 2010

Every applications of KDE 4 menu are missing.


When I try to open some file, including directories, "Open with..." window appears.

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Debian :: Missing Packages - No Wireless Internet Tools

Feb 16, 2011

I downloaded and installed Debian Squeeze from a CD (a 700~mb file), but I seem to be missing a lot of things; mainly any wireless internet tools! I searched through aptitude and I couldn't find any sort of package. Do all copies of Debian (I downloaded the CD-1 file from a http mirror) have network tools such as network-manager-gnome?

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General :: Menu.lst Is Missing In Debian I386 6.0 Version?

Mar 22, 2011

i have installed Debian i386 6.0 version in my PC After the Installation of Debian in the Grub Boot Loader iam unable to see Windows Partition in the Boot Loader But Windows XP has been Already Installed inSystem

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Ubuntu :: Edit The GRUB Menu But Menu.1st Is Missing?

Apr 29, 2010

I want to edit the GRUB menu in ubuntu but Menu.1st is missing.When I open the /boot/grub.cfg from terminal I cant save it.

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Software :: Develop A Menu Based Administration Tools?

Sep 8, 2010

I just need to develop a menu based Administration tools in LINUX similar like SAM - HP and SMIT - AIX , should be in a position to work with tab and space bar and arrow keys ,should i write a code in c language only or i can implement the same in shell script itself.

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Debian :: Gnome Administrations Tools Missing - Installation Doesn't Start

Jan 13, 2011

i installed debian cd 1 on a school's computer however, some administration tools are missing (like add/remove programs...) , i tried to install the full gnome but the installation doesn't start

Pmaison:/home/pmaison# aptitude install gnome Lecture des listes de paquets... Fait Construction de l'arbre des dİpendances Lecture des informations d'tat... Fait Lecture de l'information d'İtat İtendu nitialisation de l'tat des paquets... Fait Lecture des descriptions de tches... Fait Pas de version candidate trouve pour gnome....

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General :: Files Missing Under Add-ons In Firefox On Ubuntu

Aug 1, 2010

I downloaded Nagios Checker and i was told in this web [url] that i have to add the add-ons for Nagios Checker. But when i opened the firefox browser, i went to Tools > Add-Ons.. under the Add-Ons i did not see the Nagios Checker, by right it should come?

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Ubuntu :: 10.4 Panel Options Missing

May 1, 2010

I installed 10.4 netbook, but it doesn't have the same panel as previous versions. I like things like multiple desk tops, main menu, and placing the clock in the center, but I cannot find anyway to adjust this stuff. Is there a solution?

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Ubuntu :: Options Missing From Compizconfig?

Jul 13, 2010

Title pretty much says it. As you can see from my screenshot, my effects list is far shorter than it's supposed to be, a quarter the size of what I had on my hardy desktop. The main effects that are driving me insane not having are 3D windows, e.g. windows hover above the desktop cube in order of use, and water sloshing around in the cube as I rotate it. Are these now options under an effect? I couldn't find them anywhere. Running 32 bit lucid on a laptop with a good graphics card.

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Ubuntu :: Installing Backtrack Tools With Menu Structure In Kubuntu 9.10

Feb 5, 2010

Installing backtrack4 tools with menu structure in Kubuntu 9.10 *NOTE* This WILL break your kpackagekit !!! You will need to reinstall kpackagekit after the installation is complete or fix it with synaptic. *This may or may not break your system so do at your own risk* For this to work you will need to follow these instructions EXACTLY as it is here. Go to: [URL] Download the tarzip and open it up. INSTALLING THE BACKTRACK SUB MENU STRUCTURE

Place the menu_backup folder in your home directory. <<----YOU WILL NEED THIS FOR THIS TO WORK Open the BT4-app-list folder and place the backtrack.txt1 file also in your home directory. Open a shell and type: kdesudo dolphin /etc/xdg/menus Delete the file. (dont worry, I have provided a backup copy in the download) Open the folder and place it where you deleted the old menu. Now you can exit.

Now you have the bt4 sub menu. ADDING THE BT4 GPG KEY AND REPO Open a shell and type: wget -q [URL] This adds the GPG key. Then in a shell type: sudo echo "deb [URL] pwnsauce main microverse macroverse restricted universe multiverse" > /etc/apt/sources.list


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OpenSUSE :: Plasma Options Missing With Certain Themes

Aug 3, 2010

Since installing 11.3 I've noticed that with certain Workspace themes the plasmmoids and panel have options missing: The theme in the screenshot is "Elegance" others have the same problem; "Oxyglass", "Heron" & "Aya". The panel has the resizing sliders missing. These were working ok in 11.2.

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Ubuntu :: Missing System Admin Options?

Dec 20, 2010

I am new to Ubuntu and am trying to learn. Using 10.10 on HP notebook. The Hardware option is missing from the menu. System / Administration / Hardware is not there. System / Administration / * all seem to be there just no hardware option.

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Ubuntu :: Missing Gconf-editor Options?

Jan 29, 2011

I was trying to make Gnome display the date in a better format. I tried using gconf-editor as described in the thread at [URL], but I also found that apps > panel> default_setup > applets > clock had no prefs item.

Unfortunately, the solution which worked for quixote (stop running as root) didn't help me as I was running as the only account I've set up on the system, and all of the files in ~/.gconf are owned by that user.

Does anyone know what else could cause options to vanish like that? I'm running Gnome 2.32.0.

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