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This is Ubuntu's standard behaviour, ~/.bashrc is user-level per-interactive-shell start up file. When you open a terminal basically you start a non-login, interactive shell which reads ~/.bashrc and contents of ~/.bashrc get sourced and exported into your current shell environment. It helps one to obtain all his user defined shell variables and functions in ...
I found on net fallowing link http://itsfoss.com/best-icon-themes-ubuntu-1310/ Maybe be helpful
Scribus is probably the best alternative to Adobe InDesign right now. Although Inkscape can also do a quite good job. Recently I came across Lucidpress which has a web interface and it seems quite powerful desktop publishing application. By the way, I maintain a website for open source alternatives to popular software which I update quite frequently. You ...
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