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Here is a link to a python program named UBPROXY . Given below are the steps to set proxy Authentication. http://code.google.com/p/ubproxy/downloads/detail?name=ubproxy command to use-> 1.download this program. 2.open your terminal 3."cd ~/Downloads" (Presuming that your download exist in this directory) 4."chmod +x ubproxy" 5."sudo ./ubproxy"


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Here are a list of clipboard mangers that work with Linux. Search the ubuntu repos for "clipboard" and see if you can find any. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Clipboard


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In my case, upstart service depended on the script located in vagrant synced folder. Solved the problem using the following line: start on vagrant-mounted More info: http://razius.com/articles/launching-services-after-vagrant-mount/


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I think the premise of the question is probably a little hard to substantiate because they are different operating systems with quite different models for installing software so it's hard to do an apples to apples comparison. I don't think one can be so general as to say Windows always slows down and Ubuntu never does. Here are some things that may ...


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I have normally Swedish as the session language, but want the terminal in English. I achieve it with this file: $ cat ~/bin/gnome-terminal #!/bin/sh export LANGUAGE=en_US exec /usr/bin/gnome-terminal $@ The file is chmod'ed with +x. With this method gnome-terminal is displayed in English irrespective of how start it - via graphical icon or via command ...


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Make sure you install the openssh server in the main PC (where you are trying to ssh into) sudo apt-get install openssh-server then check if the Ubuntu firewall is turne on? sudo ufw status if yes or no still issue the following command sudo ufw allow ssh and sudo ufw reload Now try to ssh using ssh user@ip-address-of-the-machine if ...


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I had something similar happen on a Mint laptop. I came to this and similar questions through a search on "DNS stopped working". My wired connection was perfectly fine and the wifi connection sorta worked except for DNS. And even DNS worked sometimes. I tried a lot of suggestions with no luck. I finally solved it when I came across the suggestion to run ...


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Without thinking I set the passphrase to be really long, and it became a pain to type. I ended up using the following to change it to something more manageable. sudo cryptsetup luksChangeKey /dev/sda5


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In a terminal window, launch Nautilus with the --no-desktop option: $ nautilus --no-desktop (that is, nautilus followed by space, followed by two 'dash' characters and the option name no-desktop. The -- characters when shown in this window display as a continuum.) Nautilus will launch in a desktop window, and will not take over your desktop. Any ...


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Check the output of lspci to confirm that your AMD/ATI video card is listed. Seriously! lspci | grep VGA After wasting hours removing and reinstalling my video drivers with no difference it turned out my that PCIe card needed to be removed and reinstalled! /facepalm


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If you hold Alt and right click on the panel you can delete the panel.


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The problem is triggered by Windows. Start Windows and disable Windows Fast Startup (if you have Windows 8). If you haven't Windows 8, try using chkdisk on the command prompt.


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On the volume icon on the desktop, there should be an icon of the external HDMI device. Press that and you should be able to disable that device for sound and it will automatically use the built in sound of your laptop.



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