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I've found that blacklisting or removing the 'touchpad' completely is what I wanted. So if you have annoying behaviour while typing in Linux and you can use a USB mouse instead you can do this: To disable the touchpad: sudo modprobe -r psmouse To re-enable the touchpad: sudo modprobe psmouse


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From LCTHW: "You could install Valgrind with the package manager for your OS, but I want you to learn to install things from source" Try a newer version of Valgrind, e.g. 3.10.1


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On Ubuntu 14.04, the following command does the job, gsettings set com.canonical.unity-gtk-module whitelist "['emacs24']"


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-- Open file explorer -- Edit > Preperences > Icon View Defaults Set as you wish.


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Support for Atheros AR5BBU22 is in the Kernel since 3.6.15 but additionally the proprietary firmware has to be installed on the system for bluetooth to work. It is available in the package linux-firmware (on ubuntu; resp. firmware-atheros on debian, non-free).


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You need to install the libqt4-qt3support package, which provides that library.


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But how can I open the file another time from the command line? I want to open it in a script, and sometimes I already have it open somewhere else and it should not fail to open a new window with the script. (Answering because I have not enough reputation to comment.) Edit 1: I found a solution: Using the -w command line option it always opens a new ...


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Why I'm answering this question? Ther are very good answers, but all is written using init or upstart. As from now we will be using systemd, I'm writing a better script and info. on how to do that. But is there a way? Is, there is a way. You just need to create a script that monitors your network state and restart Network Manager on demand. We will build ...


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type google-chrome-stable in terminal. I installed it the same way via chrome website and in the installation note I noticed it said this program is run from terminal


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There is a sample of LightDM setup for multiseat using Xephyr. It looks like Andrzej Pietrasiewicz (the author of the blog copied/referenced below) created a PPA with all the code displayed below. By installing that PPA, you should be able to get a lightdm installation to work "magically". Note: As I have been trying to get that to work, I have not ...


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Download "Disks" from Software Manager. Run it. Select your encrypted device partition. Click gear icon. Select "Change passphrase". That's it


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For Ununtu 14.04 i couldn't find that setting in either unity-tweak-tool or gnome-tweak-tool instead install and run gconf-editor and enable /desktop/gnome/interface/menus_have_icons



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