Ubuntu :: Remove The Underlining From Letters On KDE

Jan 18, 2010

how to remove the underlining from letters on KDE (on menus and buttons for keyboard shortcuts I think)? I am currently running Kde4.4. If this can not be done through KDE would it be possible to modify the actual font itself to remove the underlining option? I never use the keyboard to navigate and with the font I am using the underlining seems to touch the letters themselves. Also, on a side note, does anybody know what the command is to bring up the "loguout, turn off computer and restart" menu (the one that comes up when Ctrl+alt+del) are pressed?

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CentOS 5 :: Command To Find And Remove Specific Letters From A File?

Nov 4, 2009

I have a file with tens of thousands of lines. I need to remove specific letters eg eggs, from every line that has the letters in it. Is there a command which can help me do that easily?

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OpenSUSE :: Typing Greek Letters Instead Of English Letters

Dec 12, 2010

Recently I faced a problem in typing in English in OpenSuse 11.3.When I try to type in English it shows me Greek letter and worse than that I think it is really Greek (not only in font) because when I enter my passwords or try to type a command in terminal I get error,I tested with UK and USA and all other English languages and I still have this problem. I even do reset in my keyboard layout setting and in KDE setting but it didn't help.

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Ubuntu :: Enable Keyboard Accelerator Underlining By Default?

Sep 6, 2010

I just upgraded from Jaunty Jackalope to Lucid Lynx.
I prefer to have the Keyboard Accelerators underlined at all times.
That is, I don't want them hidden until I press Alt.
Keyboard accelerators aren't accelerating my work if I have to wait a second or two to read what the underlined letter is after I press the Alt key.
On Windows there's a setting for this (Control Panel, Display, Appearance, Effects, Hide Underlined letters).

Where can I set this in Ubuntu?

I read that setting gtk-enable-mnemonics=1 in a ~/.gtkrc or ~/.gtkrc-2.0 file should do it. I tried that. Doesn't work.

I read that Ubuntu Tweak has a setting for it. I installed Ubuntu Tweak. I couldn't find the setting.

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Ubuntu :: Blocks Appear Instead Of Letters

Jan 31, 2011

When I started the PC like always, it started normal been having issues actually, every time I start up the PC it freezes when I put the password in and its going to the desktop and stuff, then I have to re-start it or it re-starts itself, or just go to where I have to type in the password again, and then it does it again after a while, after 3 or 4 times of that it goes to the desktop normally and works fine, but today it took some time, and after it finally loaded the panel was all odd, everything appeared in block letters, like when Mozilla can't recognize certain language it just shows you blocks, that appears, but I check the system, where images and all that, everything appears normal, it only seems to be the panel.
wondering if its that I need to re-install the panel, or something else, also this odd file appeared too, it says (invalid coding) next to it, when I go to upload an image or something the files there, I wonder if that has something to do, or maybe its just been there who knows (and the freezing part too), anyways, I'm new here so I don't really know if this place was the right place to post this up OTL theres a screenshot in an attachemnt thing (if I put it up, it would appear to big)

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Jan 9, 2010

since today's update my keyboard is acting strange. Letters e a c b f d won't come out right. They show for example e. and then I can't type anything more except the same letter over and over, until the eeeeee transforms into some weird symbol, sometimes asking me to choose between several ones...already checked languages and keyboard settings, nothing will do...

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Jul 24, 2010

Is there any way to specify a color of letters in the file name?For example "my filename 001.txt".Is it possible in Nautilus?

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Ubuntu :: Spaces After Some Letters In Terminal

Aug 6, 2011

I have strange issue with ubuntu's terminal lately it's showing up a space after some letters such as " t l f j i " when I tried to write a command by any of these letters I have got it, this problem is preventing me to implement any correct command so is it pkg issue need to re-install or I have to do something ?my OS is ubuntu 11.04 natty with gnome unity GUI/ UTF-8 | all my fonts that are using on my machine is Arial.

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Ubuntu :: Conky Displaying Some Weird Letters

Jan 9, 2010

I am in 8.04. Recently installed conky and wanted to have this conkyrc - [url] You may see how it should look.

Also I tried other conkyrc, but every time I got one annoying thing.

Conky is displaying some weird letters in front of every line of info.

Here is the screenshot of what's going on:

You can see big letters S P M at the beginning of every line. If I am adding more info to display, those letters continue to appear on every line.

Instead of these letters their should be icons as on screenshots in gnome look

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Ubuntu :: Language Letters Disappeared From Panel?

Sep 5, 2010

The three language letters disappeared from my upper panel and I cannot see what language I am typing in. This is becoming inconvenient so,

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Ubuntu :: Certain Fonts Cause Greek Letters To Appear As Symbols

Sep 12, 2010

Some fonts cause some greek letters to appear as squares or symbols - while the rest appear correctly.

Is there any way to make all non-latin characters to use a font different than the one the latin characters use?

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Ubuntu :: All KDE/qt Apps Are In Majuscules (Capital Letters)

Dec 17, 2010

For some unknown reason all or most of my qt based application's font is in Caps. They are very hard to read.

I will attach a image of Firefox and Rekonq for contrast. As you can see from the picture, Rekonq is displaying everything in majuscule, while Firefox is fine.

I am running Kubuntu 10.10 64-bit

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Ubuntu :: Change Password To Be One Of Three Numbers Or 3 Letters Only?

Jun 2, 2011

At first I apologize if the subject was in the wrong place
The reason is that I do not speak English
And enlisted Google to translate can I register and add this topic
I have a question:
Can I change the password to be one of three numbers or three letters only

I use ubuntu 10.04

Note: I know the old password I just want to change

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Ubuntu :: Keyboard Keys Type Different Letters?

Aug 8, 2011

Yesterday, after browsing for a while, my keyboard suddenly started to show different characters than typed. The keys are just typing different letters than pressed. For example, the j displays a 1, the k displays a 2, and so on. This only happens on the x server. On the terminal, before starting the x server, the keyboard works just fine.

I'm running Ubuntu 9.10.

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Ubuntu :: Code Required To Shuffle Letters In Word

Feb 8, 2010

Does someone have code or a program that will randomly shuffle letters in a word?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Add Russian Letters To Running Server

Mar 11, 2010

When I set up Ubuntu 9.10 Server I didn't enabled Russian Letters, and now I need them. The only language is English. So when I type in Russian there are some symbols. So how can I install Russain Letters on the running server.

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Ubuntu :: Error: No Such Device Bunch Of Numbers And Letters

Jun 8, 2010

I have just got a used computer from a friend and i installed Ubuntu because i am a new Linux user and i have heard its the simplest one to use but i installed to my computer as the only operating system and now when i start it up it says this: Error: No such devicea bunch of numbers and letters).

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Jan 31, 2011

What's a simple way to print something with a font where the letters have dark outlines around them and a white interior? Is there a combination of settings and fonts in Open Office that would achieve that? I want to print on ordinary 8 1/2 by 11 inch paper.

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General :: Type Some Letters With An Overbar?

Jul 30, 2011

I type characters with an overbar, like the NOT symbol in math, when in a linux SSH shell with no GUI?

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General :: Letters Are VERY Faint When Print?

Jul 19, 2011

We have an issue like this: We print PDFs from a Linux box to a printer attached to a Windows machine. Problem is when we print from the Windows the printout comes perfectly with the font bold and clear, but when printing from the Linux box the font is very FAINT and we can see dots in the fonts.

We tried changing the PDF to a text file (i.e. we created text file with the report) with the -o cpi=5 option and still it does not come out properly. Now the font gets bigger, but we can see dots in the font and it is not bold.

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General :: Cannot Type Certain Letters In Gnome

Feb 8, 2011

I've recently purchased a VPS to run a private server on. I installed gnome and configured it to run on TightVNC to access from my home computer. Whenever I try to type certain letters such as a lower case "s" it instead accesses the shutdown menu at the top right corner. This is disabling me from finishing my server and downright frustrating.

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Aug 24, 2010

I have this: Code: dd if=/dev/urandom count=128 bs=1 2>&1 | md5 | cut -b-10 But I only want it to have letters and no numbers. What can I do for this?

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Ubuntu :: Computer Lagging - Cursor Will Disappear And No Letters Will Appear - CPU Spikes

Jan 9, 2010

For the last several days my laptop has been "lagging". When typing (such as now) the cursor will disappear and no letters will appear for a second or I get doubling letters. Example: the word "laptop" will come out as "laaptoppp". When I hover the cursor over a link it will sometimes not highlight it right away. When I scroll up or down in Fire Fox or in my folders the screen will move a little, freeze, and then shoot down (or up) very quickly. Often Ctrl-c simply won't work. Plus several other things that all add up to being very frustrating.

I have the system monitor applet on a panel and I've noticed my CPU spiking periodically to 100%. When it happens it's rythmic, like this: A....A....A....A....A.... and then stops after a while. I've watched the processes and I'm fairly sure it's xorg doing it. My wife complained to me about her desktop doing similar things about a day before I saw that my laptop is doing this. I am fairly computer literate (no expert but no novice either) and I am totally stumped. Back in my Windows days (long, long ago in a...etc. etc.) I'd have said virus but here? Not so sure.

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Ubuntu :: Wireless Keyboard Is Typing Random Letters Not Even Touching?

Aug 5, 2010

I have a wireless keyboard and for some reason it is typing random letters, symbols, and numbers while I am not even touching the keyboard. I tried a different wireless keyboard and that worked for awhile, but even that started to do the same thing. I plugged in a cord keyboard and that has been working fine, but I am unable to type my password if it goes into sleep mode or select my windows partition. It's very confusing and I plan on reinstalling both windows and linux anyways it's that time, but I have to figure this problem out before I do.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Small Letters In Text Mode Of Server 10.10?

Dec 25, 2010

I installed it on very old machine P3 1200Mhz and it works ok but I have problem with text mode because I have 75x132 aprocs. text on screen and I don't see what I type or system replay. Is there simple way to change to 25x80 or something with greater letters. I don't have GDI.Someone sad to me to do:sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setupand it's does the job but when I restart system it's gone.

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May 26, 2011

I reinstalled Ubuntu after a disastrous install of gnome 3. I installed the mscore fonts etc. When I select a ms true type font I just see a row of squares instead of letters

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Ubuntu Servers :: Lock The Drive Letters To Certain Drives At Boot?

Jul 24, 2011

Is there any somewhat straightforward way of lock the drive letters to certain drives at boot?

I have searched a lot on this and the only thing that have come up is a rather long and complicated way using scripts etc.

A simple fstab example on how to make an uuid to boot at say sda1 everytime and not like now totally random even though I have the same drives in the same places with no portable devices and only a std setup with /boot, /, /home, /swap. +some storage drives.

This uuid creates a havoc on my Truecrypt favorites mounting that relies on labels.

If this is not possible how far back do I have to go get rid of uuid?

I know that 10.04 LTS was working fine at first, is it in the kernel version that it is decided?

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Debian :: Sizes Of Letters On Booting Screen

May 26, 2015

I have Jessie on my laptop. The size of the letters during the booting screen when i choose the operating system is small for my convenience. How shall I increase the size?

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Debian Configuration :: Hdd Dev Letters - UUID And Labels ?

Jun 30, 2011

I have a debian 6 system in my basement acting as a media server. Debian is on a separate HDD from the raid drives and there is one external drive. Under normal conditions the Debian HDD shows up as /dev/sdk and the external shows up as /dev/sdl, no problems here because I use UUID for mounting. The problem is sometimes this drive isn't picked up on restarts (its old and I think the issue is the power supply in the base of it, to be solved later) . This wouldn't be a problem but it some how shuffles the drive addresses and the Debian HDD becomes /dev/sde, this in turn messes up a script that does a weekly dd of that hard drive. I am only really worried about this for when I go on vacation and I wont be at home if the power goes out.

So, is there a way to address the entire hard drive (not just a partition) other than the dev file? Why did this change from Debian 5 to 6? I never had this problem before with 5.

In case you are wondering, I find it easier recover from an image rather than do a reinstall, then get all the updates and software, then put in all the backed up files.

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Fedora :: Change Certain Letters In Filenames To Uppercase?

May 22, 2010

I'm working on changing some badly named files, lots of them. I have a little script I use to change uppercase to lowercase:


Bear in mind all these files have appropriate numbers in the front of each filename. I need help to change ONLY the first letter after each underscore to an uppercase letter. I'm sure this can be done but I've done so much searching in forums and with Google/linux until I'm scrambled.

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