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I think your best bet would be lshw, lspci, lspcmcia, and lsusb. These are all terminal-based, meaning you have to run them in a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T). These three commands (and their flags, see man <command> for more info) can tell you a lot about your system. However, most all of these tools are limited to only being able to see what your kernel ...
If you ever logged in with two users on the same machine or started gui on another tty1 with startx, you'd notice something like this: $ who xieerqi tty1 2015-07-31 22:17 xieerqi :0 2015-07-31 22:18 (:0) xieerqi pts/7 2015-07-31 22:18 (:0) Here I have 3 ...
Ubuntu Server does not come with a GUI. Its Headless, IE: Command Line Only. You would need to run an APT-GET command which requires internet. If you get network capabilities check out.. Install GUI on Ubuntu Server
Even when @FreeSoftwareServers is true, there's a way to install a GUI, download a desktop version of ubuntu, i think xubuntu (xfce) is more suitable since it's an old computer (limited resources). Burn the cd and put it on the machine. Then you have to create a dir to mount the cd sudo mkdir -p /mnt/cdrom Mount the cd on that dir, and check it ( ...
Not any more… It's pretty much all command-line stuff nowadays as per the official Ubuntu customisation documentation… Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news…
sublime is a good choice and it is multi purpose editor.
Shutdown: /usr/lib/indicator-session/gtk-logout-helper --shutdown Reboot /usr/lib/indicator-session/gtk-logout-helper --restart Logout /usr/lib/indicator-session/gtk-logout-helper --logout You can also use another dialog: gnome-session-quit --power-off
Once you download Shoes from their website, you will get a files like shoes-3.2.23-gtk2-i686.install which is actually a shell script. You have to make it executable before you can run it. So open a terminal window by pressing Ctrl Alt T and navigate to the folder where you have downloaded the file. Normally it should be in the Downloads directory. So ...
When the scrollbar shows under your pointer, you can clic on your mouse middle button (or both buttons in case you use a touchpad) to inmediatly go to the top, botton, the middle or any part of a document you point.
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