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I've tried both of them record my screen, the GUI at least, does not record the audio (I played something in rithmbox and I couldn't listen to it in the video) simplescreenrecorder saves the video in such a way that i can't open it (both in mkv and mp4 format: it says it's a codec problem. WHat shall i do?) altough i remember i used simplescreenrecorer to ...


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The auto dim is controlled by the donf key /com/ubuntu/touch/system/dim-timeout. You can set the timeout to 0 (= infinite) by executing this command in a terminal: $ dconf write /com/ubuntu/touch/system/dim-timeout 0 The dconf database for the default user phablet is used for brightness control, not the root database, so do you should execute the command ...


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Install xdotool. The package has a getmouselocation tool to give the coordinates of the mouse. Install xdotool, with the following cmd: sudo apt-get install xdotool To get the location of the mouse, use: xdotool getmouselocation And also try: watch xdotool getmouselocation


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[Solved] I had to broke things couple of times and formatted 3 times. I followed some steps on the link. Not all steps but made it. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NvidiaMultiMonitors Shortly I declared a new display setting on Nvidia X Server Setting. And by saving it to correct place made it persistent after reboot. -SOLUTION Check if you have the ...


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You can use SimpleScreenRecorder, install it using sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maarten-baert/simplescreenrecorder sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install simplescreenrecorder if you want to record 32-bit OpenGL applications on a 64-bit system: sudo apt-get install simplescreenrecorder-lib:i386 For more info : ...


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You can also make use of the couple of script solutions here which in my opinion are more intelligent as they determine activity based on network activity or a folder size changing. For example if you want to keep the computer awake while a backup or torrent client is working then use the second solution in the link by dhiya. It will check network traffic ...


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Finally I found the source for this problem; a random crash of "TVGuiSlave" proccess and the monitor came back to normal. This is then related to Teamviewer, which I have removed from the startup applications list to avoid this.


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You need to install the VirtualBox Guest Additions into Ubuntu. This gives a few benefits, including resizing the Ubuntu screen to match the host window. Start the VM, then select from the VirtualBox menus: Devices -> CD/DVD Devices -> VBoxGuestAdditions<version>.iso. Then follow the instructions.


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There are two methods, which actually gives better control than Windows 8.1 (and probably 10). Settings >> Screen Display >> Scale for menu and title bars and Settings >> Appearance >> Launcher icon size What are you trying to acheive?


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Have you described your devices / monitors configuration in /etc/X11/xorg.conf ? If not, I would advice you to do so, it was the only way to get my 3 monitors working on Ubuntu 15.04. You can look at my question to see some examples of configuration files, and ways to manage displays through xrandr or xorg.conf. Additionnaly, if you want more precise help ...


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That is a confirmed bug in 14.04 after using the button, the screen rotates on the next restart. There's a workaround mentioned there to fix it. an init-script, that removes monitors.xml and monitors.xml.backup on shutdown and reboot. Start Gedit as root. sudo gedit Copy the following lines #!/bin/sh rm /home/USERNAME/.config/monitors.xml rm ...


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Going in System Settings > Displays and setting Rotation to Normal does not solve the problem ?



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