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Open a terminal and run: lpstat -R from the pre-installed cups-client package. Sample output with 2 jobs: 0 XP-202-203-206-Series-27 ciro 1024 Wed 22 Apr 2015 12:44:38 PM CEST 1 XP-202-203-206-Series-28 ciro 1024 Wed 22 Apr 2015 12:49:08 PM CEST Jobs disappear once done. Other possibilities: visit ...
Try 15.04 (late Beta) or 14.04 LTS. The version number is the date. 11.04 was release in April, 2011. This is now an unsupported version of Ubuntu. Supported ended for this version in November, 2013. LTS (Long Term Support) releases are released every two years. The last one was 14.04. There are six month releases as well for those that want the latest ...
If you have 64 bit OS then take swt64.jar file from swt directory and put it into vuze directory and execute ./vuze script....Bingoooooooo you got it Regards,
I ran into the same issue on 14.04. It seems this can happen with the four-finger slide gesture. If this is the case, simply do a four-finger slide to the left to slide the bar back into place.
Ubuntu 11.04 has reached End of Support in 2012. I recommend Ubuntu MATE 14.04 for this laptop. It will run in a extremely fluent way. Here you're a screenshot:
If you are using Panasonic Toughbook CF-19, go into BIOS > Advanced > and set the "Wireless Switch" option to DISABLED. Also, if you need, you can uninstall the Panasonic Wireless Switch software after you have disabled the BIOS option as mentioned above. This fixed my issue of unable to switch on/turn on the wireless or wireless not working.
This is one of the best indicator-style applications named CopyQ. It is not in Software center, hence a download link. Runs great in Ubuntu 14.10 so I am surprised nobody have mentioned it. Supports Windows, OS X and Linux. Store text, HTML, images and any other custom format. Customize tray menu. Save items in new tabs (and groups). Quickly ...
Ubuntu 14.04. I don't want to install dconf-editor. I just tried the following in a terminal: el_gallo_azul@W2600CR-850Pro:~$ gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.datetime custom-time-format "'%a %Y%m%d-%H%M%S'" el_gallo_azul@W2600CR-850Pro:~$ As you can see, there are no error messages or anything. I then log out and log back in, but there has been no ...
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