~/.profile upon login. When I change something in
.profile (for example
LC_MESSAGES) I want gnome to reread the
.profile file without logging out and back in. In bash I can tell bash to source
.profile. How can I do that for the running GNOME session?
I have the following piece of code.
There is no “Lock” option showing up in the user menu, and the standard shortcuts (Ctrl+L or Ctrl+Alt+L) don’t do anything.
After the last upgrade on:
On my Debian system I’ve customized my Gnome (Shell) keyboard shortcuts, via System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts.
After a recent update of my LMDE, the
gnome-screenshot tool started making an annoying camera shutter noise every time a screenshot is taken. This is both annoying and startling (especially if you happen to be wearing earphones when taking the screenshot).
After each login, there’s certain commands that I run on specific tabs of gnome-terminal. This is a tedious process, so can this be done automatically?