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comment Ralink RT3090 in Ubuntu 14.04 — Very bad reception + keeps disconnecting
Done that. Hopefully someone fixes it. Thanks for the reply!
Jun
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comment Ralink RT3090 in Ubuntu 14.04 — Very bad reception + keeps disconnecting
My wifi's really on rt2800pci, though. Ergo, rt2800usb shouldn't have anything to do with it. So what do you think I should do? Start a new bug report on that site for the rt2800pci module on uname -srv(=Linux 3.13.0-24-generic #47-Ubuntu SMP Fri May 2 23:30:00 UTC 2014) with relevant dmesg errors attached and wait till someone fixes it?
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asked Ralink RT3090 in Ubuntu 14.04 — Very bad reception + keeps disconnecting
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accepted banshee --next from virtual console
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comment banshee --next from virtual console
I've noticed you changed the answer. Yup, that makes sense -- start a tmux session in GUI and attach it from the virtual console. It's essentialy tmux what shares the DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS variable then.
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answered banshee --next from virtual console
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comment banshee --next from virtual console
I've noticed it does. What I had in mind was if it would be possible to tap into dbus from a virtual console in order to control banshee. (I'd like to stay in control of banshee when I'm inside of fullscreen apps that disable hotkeys and can't be minimized)
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asked banshee --next from virtual console
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asked Manually set multimedia key press receiver in MATE 1.6
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comment How to automate installing ruby and setting it as the global system version?
You can do it with sudo ln -s /usr/bin/ruby{1.9.1,}; sudo ln -s /usr/bin/irb{1.9.1,}.
Feb
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comment How to automate installing ruby and setting it as the global system version?
Try making a link to it. ruby1.9.1 should work so all you need to do is make an alias or link named ruby that will run ruby1.9.1, which is by default in /usr/bin/.
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answered How to automate installing ruby and setting it as the global system version?
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asked Make an app receive all keyboard events (or as many as possible)
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answered how to make recoll search or locate folder only not the files