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answered How to add a hyperlink to an action button?
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revised How do I complete the Gnome Character Map with missing Unicode characters?
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answered How do I complete the Gnome Character Map with missing Unicode characters?
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answered Breaking out to the terminal
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answered ssh key administration for many users, servers
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comment nautilus crash when merging/overwriting files
Very nice bug report!
Nov
22
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Nov
21
comment Why am I not able to buy applications?
do you want to buy anything in particular?
Nov
21
comment nautilus crash when merging/overwriting files
You should not hesitate all that much with a bug report, they are important – even if they may, after some digging, turn out to be invalid or whatever. Bug reports are a great way to contribute to making ubuntu better, as long, of course, as they are as well researched as yours is going to be, with the material you've posted so far.
Nov
21
comment nautilus crash when merging/overwriting files
Is the nautilus-debug-log file one that nautilus spontaneously dumped or did you need to request it? I can't seem to find anything out of the ordinary in it.
Nov
21
revised Where do I get a package for GNU Parallel?
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Nov
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answered How can I check my RAM and hard drive for errors?
Nov
21
comment How, in a script, can I determine if a file is currently being written to by another process?
@fred.bear to wait until a file exists, replace the if-statement with this: if [ -f test.odf ]. (bash script can be so cryptic sometimes...)
Nov
21
comment Why is a virtual terminal “virtual”, and what/why/where is the “real” terminal?
This is a bit random and hasn't got a lot to do with Linux, but none the less: If you'd like to learn some of the very basics of how a computer actually works, have a listen to twit.tv/sn - episodes 233, 235, 237, 239 and 241. A series on "how computers work from the absolute basics", where basic means "low level". Not a lot of people know this stuff, it's great fun.
Nov
21
answered Instructions On How To Recompile The Libgweather Source
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comment Laptop does not wake up after sleep
Have you tried pressing your computers On/Off button when it is 'asleep'?
Nov
21
answered nautilus crash when merging/overwriting files
Nov
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answered Why is a virtual terminal “virtual”, and what/why/where is the “real” terminal?