Is there a command to open the Ubuntu system settings window in Ubuntu 18.04 from the terminal ? To answer this, let’s first outline some ways to access the system settings :
System settings can be invoked by searching for it :
or from the power cog (little tools icon) :
System settings ubuntu
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Now from the terminal , the system settings can be launched by running the command below :
Ubuntu settings command line
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Just installed 18.04 and no way to get settings to come up. The terminal option above did the trick: > gnome-control-center
> sudo apt install gnome-control-center,
which ran through 100s of lines of installation, and at the end, I had settings!
i have updated my laptop . but now system settings is not visible in search, setting, and in terminal also what can i do now ?