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revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
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revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
better navigable wording; link fix according to http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/172891/270506
Sep
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revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
better navigable wording
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Apr
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revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
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Apr
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Apr
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comment “The following packages have been kept back:” Why and how do I solve it?
In cases where this problem is due to a messup with apt preferences (pinning), I found reinstallation of the kept packages helped me: apt-get install --reinstall <packages>.
Apr
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revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
other SE answer linked; formatting and wording improvements
Mar
15
revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
fixed wording to prevent a misunderstanding
Mar
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revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
grammar fix immediate -> immediately
Mar
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revised Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so much CPU?
better formatting
Mar
2
comment .bashrc not executed when opening new terminal
So if you have created ~/.bash_profile or ~/.bash_login on your system and want to keep them, but still want ~/.profile and from there ~/.bashrc executed, you can source it from your own ~/.bash_profile or ~/.bash_login with a line containing source "$HOME/.profile". Gives you back the colored output of ls also in login shells!
Feb
23
answered undefined reference to 'dlopen' 'dlclose' 'dlerror' 'dlsym
Feb
19
comment Unable to install Skype on 64bit Ubuntu
Additionally, if you want the sound issue fix also when starting Skype via the Alt+F2 mini-terminal and typing skype, do this: create an executable file /usr/local/bin/skype with first line #!/bin/bash and next line env PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=30 /usr/bin/skype. Make sure with which skype that the skype command now refers to your new file.
Feb
19
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Feb
19
comment Skype freeze when trying to realize a call
Same as answer by @warwaruk.
Feb
19
comment Skype freeze when trying to realize a call
Reinstalling Skype from Canonical Partner repos did not help you if you start Skype via anything that bypasses the (patched) skype.desktop file. For example, starting via the Alt+F2 mini-terminal. To apply your solution there also, create an executable file /usr/local/bin/skype with first line #!/bin/bash and next line env PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=30 /usr/bin/skype
Feb
17
comment How do I move the status icons to the top?
For removing the Universal Access button, try the Accessibility Remover extension.