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Casual Linux;

Gamer Windows


Sep
16
accepted How to have pidgin chat windows open up on all workspaces?
Sep
16
asked How to have pidgin chat windows open up on all workspaces?
Sep
10
revised What does the Ctrl-Alt-+ shortcut do?
Formatted the shortcuts; edited title
Sep
10
accepted What does the Ctrl-Alt-+ shortcut do?
Sep
10
asked What does the Ctrl-Alt-+ shortcut do?
Sep
10
accepted Sound applet disappeared and won't come back
Sep
3
awarded  Self-Learner
Sep
2
awarded  Teacher
Sep
2
answered Sound applet disappeared and won't come back
Sep
2
revised Sound applet disappeared and won't come back
Solved
Sep
2
comment Sound applet disappeared and won't come back
@Marco Ceppi: Answered your question.
Sep
2
revised Sound applet disappeared and won't come back
Added info
Sep
2
asked Sound applet disappeared and won't come back
Sep
2
comment Can I set the power indicator to show battery percentage instead of time remaining?
Which version are using? I'm using lucid, and it's the exact opposite for me. It only show the percentage, and not the time remaining, though I'd like to see both.
Aug
17
comment How do I find out which process is eating up my bandwidth?
Yeah, I had to read the manual to understand what all those numbers where about. Given that they're all averages, they were all pretty low (like, always below 10KB, instead of above 100KB). This problem happened to me twice in the last week. So, if it shows up again, I'll check the numbers again, and I'll check the lo interface too. I'm connected at work, and wouldn't be surprised if their local network is causing this abnormal traffic.
Aug
16
comment How do I find out which process is eating up my bandwidth?
I ran it as sudo iftop -B -i eth0, that means it was only looking at my internet traffic right? It didn't occur to me that the system monitor might be checking other interfaces as well. Ironically, the problem disappeared 10 minutes ago (after many hours), so I can't check iftop again for now. What does the lo interface stand for?
Aug
16
awarded  Scholar
Aug
16
comment How do I find out which process is eating up my bandwidth?
I'm accepting the answer since it does answer the original question. But I'll be nice if I can figure out what's going on here.
Aug
16
awarded  Editor
Aug
16
revised How do I find out which process is eating up my bandwidth?
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