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Jul
29
comment How to re-enable function keys in byobu?
Works on Ubuntu 14.04
Jul
14
answered Firefox keeps crashing on Ubuntu 14.04 even in safe mode
Jul
13
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Jul
13
comment How to get rid of the bottom panel in gnome 3 classic session
I installed gconf-editor but could not locate the entry to hide the buttom panel. This trick works perfectly. Thanks
May
30
asked Byobu, empty windows names
May
15
comment GLib-CRITICAL console-kit-daemon
I have been wondering about this myself but don't know what to do.
Dec
2
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
30
comment Can't start default file manager on Ubuntu 14.04
Thanks for trying to help @NivedKannada. I want to solve to problem I described in the question. Meaning that if I login with either MATE or LXDE I should be able to use the remote desktop normally; the corresponding file manager should be ready for me to use.
Nov
30
comment Can't start default file manager on Ubuntu 14.04
I use caja for MATE desktop environment, and pcmanfm for LXDE desktop environment. Maybe you don't use neither of them?
Nov
29
comment Can't start default file manager on Ubuntu 14.04
Thanks for the answer. But I am not using nautilus. My problem really is how to get the default file manager up and running, i.e. caja for MATE, pcmanfm for LXDE. Nautilus is just the default file manager for GNOME which I don't use.
Nov
29
comment Can't start default file manager on Ubuntu 14.04
Thanks, I keep being confused between stackoverflow and github.
Nov
29
asked Can't start default file manager on Ubuntu 14.04
Oct
24
comment FreeNX Server installation on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty
@slashdottir: You can use OpenNX client to connect to the nxserver: opennx.net
Oct
17
answered SSH Permission denied (publickey)
Feb
18
answered Correctly setup apache virtual hosts with multiple users
Feb
17
comment How do I force Kubuntu 12.10 to boot in 32-bit mode (Linux 3.2.0-34-generic-pae)?
You can try sudo apt-get install kde to reinstall KDE environment. kde is a meta package for KDE environment. Doing the above command will install all default packages for KDE. You can read more about Meta packages here. PS: If you accept my answer as the answer for your question, mark my answer as accepted by clicking on the "Check" mark near the vote up/down arrows.
Feb
17
comment Why are none of my startup commands being executed?
That means your setting xbacklight -set 7 is not maintained after boot. Try changing to this xbacklight -set 7 & in your statup script to have the command run in background.
Feb
14
answered Why are none of my startup commands being executed?
Feb
14
comment How do I force Kubuntu 12.10 to boot in 32-bit mode (Linux 3.2.0-34-generic-pae)?
My first guess woul be that you don't have compatible packages (i.e. drivers and other Kunbuntu packages) that are compiled with the newer kernel. Did you have some interruption during the upgrade?
Feb
13
revised How do I force Kubuntu 12.10 to boot in 32-bit mode (Linux 3.2.0-34-generic-pae)?
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