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You can achieve a minimized maximized window using Python: import wnck import gtk import subprocess import time chrome = subprocess.Popen(["google-chrome"]) b = True while b: screen = wnck.screen_get_default() while gtk.events_pending(): gtk.main_iteration() windows = screen.get_windows() for w in windows: if w.get_pid() == ...


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First, my compliments on having a current backup -- you've hit the 90th percentile of diligence right there. Now to proceed, I would do this: Boot from the install CD into the Live Ubuntu envrironment (or if using a server CD, choose the Repair option.) Open a shell window Mount the root drive to /mnt, e.g. sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt Create a second ...


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Déjà Dup uses anopaqueformat for files stored in your backup location. You must use Déjà Dup or another duplicity-based tool to restore your files. Déjà Dup uses anopaqueformat for files stored in your backup location. You must use Déjà Dup or another duplicity-based tool to restore your files. So you may use Déjà Dup backup manager to load and restore your ...


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First try to restore with duplicity. duplicity --gio file:///media/backup /tmp/restore There are some reasonably detailed (and mostly correct) steps over here. Key details The key point is to unpack all of the duplicity-full.*.difftar.gz files in the same place, so that you're left with just two snapshot/ and multivol_snapshot/ directories. If your file ...



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