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According to this page http://www.howtogeek.com/116409/how-to-turn-your-ubuntu-laptop-into-a-wireless-access-point/ it is an option called Connect Automatically. "From the wireless tab...The Connect Automatically check box should allow you to use the hotspot as your default wireless network – when you start your computer, Ubuntu will create the hotspot ...


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You can check the permission: First go to the base directory and fire this command $ls -la var/www


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I have trouble to believe that the first thing I have to do is to lower the permissions. Well, it is. ;) On your system, you are both a user and an administrator. Administrator-you gets to decide who has access to what. If administrator-you decides that user-you must have access to /var/www, then changing the permissions and/or ownership of that folder ...


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The permissions of /var/www can be found by executing the command: stat -c "%a %n" /var/www/ It returns 755 /wav/www/ Owner can read and write and execute, Group can read and execute, and Others can read and execute. But root owns /var/www so you either have to be root to add files, or change the permissions so anyone can write. See this answer for more ...


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If that's your only problem, you just need to change the icon theme you can use unity-tweak-tool). If you really need to reset unity, there are a couple of tools to do it, you can find more info here: http://www.webupd8.org/2012/10/how-to-reset-compiz-and-unity-in-ubuntu.html


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I believe that on the compiz window, under preferences, there is a reset to default button. I have not tried this, as the last time I mucked with compiz I ended up reinstalling my computer.


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As u mentioned that the OS is based on 12.04, the below tutorial will work. Also please remember that when u restart the laptop, this script doesnt work, only when it is shut down and started,bluetooth will be off http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/1102



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