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Mar
6
comment In Ubuntu 15.10, how can I replace the toolbar on the left side with a normal menu like in Ubuntu 12.04?
It's confusing to say "You can't." and then give an explanation of how to do it. Maybe you could clearly mark which part of the answer is an update, or edit it to give a unified answer?
Jan
18
answered Unknown Hidden File Eating All Drive Space
Aug
8
comment How to prevent my screen from either dimming or the screen-lock starting when watching YouTube?
Did you maybe mean for the pid for loop to be just around the first if block?
Aug
2
comment How to permanently disable user switching in Gnome 3?
Another place to check for the setting for the lock screen is org->gnome->desktop->screensaver->user-switch-enabled
Oct
26
awarded  Popular Question
May
30
awarded  Commentator
May
6
accepted How do I avoid having to unlock twice when using xtrlock?
May
6
comment How do I avoid having to unlock twice when using xtrlock?
I'm not sure if I want to do that, as the timed lock is nice in case I forget, but it certainly answers the question and clarifies things.
Mar
15
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
8
asked How do I avoid having to unlock twice when using xtrlock?
Dec
13
comment How do I renew my DHCP lease?
@AdamMonsen Does restarting the networking service actually work with NetworkManager?
Sep
27
comment Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit system freezes
"being able to use only 2 to 3"? Not usually. See help.ubuntu.com/community/32bit_and_64bit and help.ubuntu.com/community/EnablingPAE
Jul
18
awarded  Scholar
Jul
18
awarded  Student
Jul
18
accepted Configure what JVM Eclipse runs in
Jul
18
comment Configure what JVM Eclipse runs in
Changing the system-wide default JVM temporarily is fine for my purpose -- a couple of test runs of something on a single user system -- so I'll take it. But what I was really looking for was a way to configure Eclipse specifically.
Jul
17
asked Configure what JVM Eclipse runs in
Apr
25
comment I was tricked into copy pasting a command, did it hurt me?
So, you copied and pasted a command from an unsafe source, but you mis-typed it? Luckily sometimes two wrongs do make a right. =)
Apr
5
awarded  Editor
Apr
5
revised Virtualbox start problem
Fixed typo