How do I shutdown the computer? I can log out and suspend, but not sure how to shut it down?
Messaging Built In
You no longer have to open a separate application to sign in to chat and messaging services. In 3.2, GNOME will do it for you.
Change available or unavailable status quickly using the user menu at the top-right hand corner of the screen.
Easily approve or reject new buddy requests, audio/video calls, and file transfers.
Get notified in case there is a connection problem with a chat or messaging service.
amadeu@amadeu ~ $ sudo apt-get -s remove empathy
[sudo] password for amadeu:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
xdg-user-dirs-gtk libkeybinder0 mate-image-viewer python-keybinder
libglew1.6 liborbit2-dev gir1.2-sushi-1.0 mint-backgrounds-debian
libsushi-1.0-0 libidl-dev libtracker-sparql-0.12-0 orbit2
Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
The following packages will be REMOVED:
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 2 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Remv gnome-core [1:3.0+7]
Remv empathy [3.2.2-1+b1]
apt install gnome-tweak-tool gnome-shell-extensions
you can turn gnome-shell into virtually anything you want.
zerozero wrote:as viking said earlieryou can turn gnome-shell into virtually anything you want.
äxl wrote:zerozero wrote:as viking said earlieryou can turn gnome-shell into virtually anything you want.
bimsebasse wrote:This amazingly daft shutdown menu behavior has luckily been changed to something sane in the Gnome 3.4 version of Gnome Shell.
bimsebasse wrote: I can't believe they don't just change that madness.
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