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Sure, try galculator sudo apt-get install galculator
Scripts execute commands in sequence, and wait until each command finishes. However, there is a way to allow the script to continue executing past a specific command - add & on the end of the script. For instance: !#/bin/bash firefox echo "Next line" Will wait till firefox is closed. !#/bin/bash firefox & echo "Next line" Will execute echo ...
This software was reported to work on many 2-in-1 devices. But you have to run the latest kernel and gnome.
By installing GNOME Flashback (from terminal): sudo apt-get install gnome-flashback That will give you back GNOME Flashback (Compiz) and GNOME Flashback (Metacity) sessions in your login screen.
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