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It looks like a bios option: in my laptop I can flag my wifi card as "last-status" instead of enable/disable. That's only if you want to disable the wifi card. Otherwise it's enough to disable the flag automatic connection by Network Manager on your wifi connection SSID.
This can be accomplished easily using nmcli. Add the following line into /etc/rc.local prior to the exit 0 line: nmcli nm wifi off You can arbitrarily re-enable the wifi either through the network manager dropdown menu like you have been turning it off or by running the following command from cli: nmcli nm wifi on Commands placed in /etc/rc.local are ...
For a calender in the sense of a list of days grouped by weeks, months and years, there are cal and ncal (same man page); At 2014-10-07: $ cal October 2014 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6  8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 (The  is shown inverted.) To see more months, Use -A ...
The handling of configuration files is described in the XDG Base Directory Specification. It defines a set of related path environment variables like XDG_CONFIG_HOME and XDG_CONFIG_DIRS, which define, for example, where the .config directory is by default, and how to handle it in various other controlled ways . Very common is obviously the form ...
Alt + F1 is the default combination to open the 'start menu'/application launcher.
If I understand you correctly, all you did was reset the bios settings, aka CMOS, which is on the motherboard. Unless there's more I don't understand, that should not have deleted an "entries". I suspect that what has actually happened is that resetting your CMOS changed the default boot sequence so that your computer is attempting to boot to some other ...
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