I find that the default settings for the radeon driver that is applied to most AMD cards is horrible. For example by default TearFree is not enabled and it causes videos to have some kind of square artifacts.
Here are the settings I have found most suitable for AMD cards:
You need to create file in the following path and restart Xorg or your computer to apply it:
*Beware that making a mistake here will possibly make your computer........
This is a security hole in my opinion and should be plugged by editing the lock screen ui layout:
#find these objects and set the visible property to false
object class="GtkLabel" id="note-tab-label"
object class="GtkLabel" id="auth-username-label>
object class="GtkLabel" id="auth-realname-label"........
Unusually the Virtualization was enabled when I got this server but all the NICs were diabled in the BIOS including PXE boot!
Advanced -> Advanced Chipset Control
PCI Slot 1 Option ROM: Enabled
Onboard LAN1 Control: Enabled
LAN1 Option ROM Scan: Enabled (you need it for PXE boot)
Onboard LAN2 Control: Enabled
LAN2 Option ROM Scan: Enabled
*you will need to reboot and........
In bash you test like this for problems that can be caused by non-printable characters since if you don't know how to identify it because it basically breaks your script.
echo "url=$url" should print something like this normally if you have properly formatted input/text:
But if you have some weird hidden characters (not visible in a text editor of any sort you'll get something like this
I thought it was a GNOME problem because no matter what styles I applied Nautilus wouldn't change, but it was only Nautilus that wouldn't change/update anymore so I should have known.
The only fix/solutionI knew of other than rebooting is the following:
sudo killall nautilus
I tried closing all instances of nautilus that were visible and it had no effect.
And another thing to remember is that only will appearances/styles/themes not apply to N........