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Hmm after one day I think I fix the issue, and it was in spacing at '/etc/bind/zones/rubyonerails.com.db' file. As I try lot of solutions I copied content from notepad to this file and all lines ware moved right by a TAB space.(I removed TAB space for all lines from left side) Now I restarted bind9 and everything forks fine. My domain points to my custom ...


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You can add interesting ASCII arts on your terminal without leaving your terminal. cowsay has some of the coolest ASCII arts and piping fortune outputs into cowsay can take this to another level. Lets see how this is done, open your terminal and type: sudo apt-get install cowsay Now cowsay is installed lets have some fun, add following command cowsay I ...


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You can use ClassicMenu Indicator for application menu. For adding files/folders you can use autokey and use a script to the open the particular folder and make sure you ☑ the option "show in notification menu"


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Extracted from the comment conversation and my comments: You are asking whether you can use Ubuntu's repos on your derivative and then give this new OS to others. According to this, you can: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DerivativeDistroHowto/#Usage_of_Ubuntu_servers_as_sources_of_binary_packages


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Open /etc/default/grub in your favorite text editor (I'm using nano here): sudo nano /etc/default/grub Find the line that says: GRUB_TIMEOUT=<some number here, eg: 10> and change it to: GRUB_TIMEOUT=1 This will show the menu, but for just a second and after that it will boot the default entry. If it is set to 0, still you will see it for 10 ...


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If I remember right .. Edit /etc/default/grub Editing my answer set these options below GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0 GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=true GRUB_TIMEOUT=10 Remember to run update-grub If you need to get the grub menu on boot for whatever reason hold shift down while booting your pc.


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Update: You need to add yourself to the 'dialout' group to access the serial ports: sudo gpasswd --add <your-username> dialout Thanks to @Pilot6 for mentioning this. Until now I was using sudo for using the serial ports. In Linux every device is is represented as files. For example, your HDD could be /dev/sda. A pendrive you connect will appear ...


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HyperTerminal appears to be a Windows-Only program - HyperTerminal Website In Ubuntu, there are many great built-in applications that replace the functionality of HyperTerminal, though, as well as great additional applications that are available for free in the Ubuntu repositories. For instance, ssh and telnet are already immediately available for remote ...


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No coding necessary. Save whatever the logo you like to a txt file somewhere in your home folder. Open with text editor a config file for your shell. In my case for mksh shell that would be .mkshrc , for bash - .bashrc Add command cat myawesomestuff.txt at the end of the file. Relaunch shell or run source .bashrc (in my case source .mkshrc) Bellow is ...


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From Settings -> Displays; There is a place that named "Scale for menu and title bars" or "UI scale" You can use there. One more option unity-tweak-tool; To install; sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool To Run from terminal ; unity-tweak-tool


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Create a new (empty) file with the file type of your choice in ~/Templates, eg a simple (txt) file: touch ~/Templates/empty.txt After that you can create a new file with a right click in Nautilus. Example screenshot


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Also you can use this: dconf write "/org/gnome/desktop/background/picture-uri" "'file:///home/YOUR_USER/bg.png'"


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You can edit the .desktop file corresponding to that item. For Sound, it would be /usr/share/applications/gnome-sound-panel.desktop. Change the Name fields (at least the one corresponding to your locale). For example, the following command would do: sudo sed -i.bak '/^Name/s/Sound/Audio Control/' /usr/share/applications/gnome-sound-panel.desktop To ...


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From DK Bose's comment: You can esily do so using uBlock Origin. The wiki is pretty explanatory.


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Just copy your launcher_bfb.png to /usr/share/unity/icons/. In your case(I am assuming that your png file located in /home/flatenken/Downloads/launcher_bfb.png), you must give this command: sudo mv /home/flatenken/Downloads/launcher_bfb.png /usr/share/unity/icons/



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