Here’s a quick video on how to add items into your System Settings window, so you can easily access them from there. Remember to like the video and also post a comment! Thank you for watching. Instructions: Navigate to /usr/share/applications/ Type ”ls” to see the .desktop files. Run sudo gedit filename.desktop Add these lines to the .desktop file after the ”Desktop Entry” -section, and before ”Desktop Action”: Categories=GNOME;GTK;Settings;X-GNOME-SystemSettings;X-GNOME-Settings-Panel; X-GNOME-Settings-Panel=Thumderbird Twitter: twitter.com Instagram: UbuntuHelpGuy Subscribe for more awesomeness!
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The people at Hak5 did a nice job showing you how to install this on a Nexus tablet. Keep up the good work. Our thoughts on Ubuntu Touch and setting […]