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Nov
27
comment Running “dpkg -s” or “-l” silent
@steeldriver, It did the job. If you convert you comment to an answer I will accept as the answer.
Nov
20
comment Set path for Terminator to lookup for plugins
I found the problem. But thanks A LOT for your help. I learned a lot from these comments. Cheers.
Nov
19
comment Set path for Terminator to lookup for plugins
Oh, sorry. I think have full access: drwxr-xr-x
Nov
19
comment Set path for Terminator to lookup for plugins
I can tell you that there is only a plugins directory, with aforementioned python file in it. Only that (not even the config file). Stat says that my last access, modify and change has been an hour ago.
Nov
19
comment Set path for Terminator to lookup for plugins
Compiling it, I do have the pyc now. But still no new plugin in terminator.
Nov
19
comment Set path for Terminator to lookup for plugins
Before I post the question, I did exactly the same but the plugin doesn't appear in the preferences. However, it doesn't create the .pyc file after I launch terminator. As it was the point of my question, it somehow fails to check that directory. Fun fact: I was trying to install exactly the same plugin that you used as example.
Nov
19
comment Set path for Terminator to lookup for plugins
@A.B., please check edited post.
Mar
2
comment What are limitations of ubuntu phone comparing to ubuntu desktop?
@Rinzwind, Thank you for the links. I did not consider using ubuntu touch in my search query to find out about my questions. Actually, I did not know they are the same product. My bad! But my general question is what I have written in the last paragraph and bullet points are just examples of it. Do you think it is better if I ask a general question about limitations of ubuntu phone and change it to a community wiki?
Feb
12
comment Setting gnome as desktop environment in .xsession
The problem is when I do that, they system is very really truly slow. Should I launch it with certain arguments or should I launch other services?
Nov
2
comment What are the files in /dev/input/ and what they do?
Thanks. But how can I interpret this data? To me they look like of bunch of strange characters. Please kindly refer to my questions again. Let's say, how can I read (if possible) the cursor location from this file?