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How can I launch multiple instances of Totem since 11.10?
Since Ubuntu 11.10, I can't use the --no-existing-session parameter that is used to launch multiple instances of Totem, because it has been removed from newest versions of Totem. Is there a new way ...
Jan 15 '12 at 2:03
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