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comment Error while upgrading Ubuntu 13.04 to Ubuntu 13.10
Ok! This f**ked up my system. Now after reboot I am not able to install unity due to unity-scope-tomboy 403 error. I managed to install e17 and currently using it instead of unity.
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answered Error while upgrading Ubuntu 13.04 to Ubuntu 13.10
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comment Is Privacy's Delete History button supposed to delete Nautilus' Recent Items?
@YuriC - Nautilus is totally different product which is maintained by GNOME team and not Ubuntu team. That's why changing the privacy settings of Ubuntu doesn't have any effect on privacy settings of Nautilus. If you are still eager to delete your recent items in Nautilus then get GNOME 3.8. Nautilus 3.8 is shipped with GNOME 3.8 which has this feature according to this bug report. Beware GNOME 3 may break your Ubuntu system.
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answered Is Privacy's Delete History button supposed to delete Nautilus' Recent Items?
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comment How to restore the default chown permissions on a directory / file?
@Private- "... it will only update the permissions of Ubuntu 13.04 files. But what about files from previous installs? Will it work if they are not updated ?"
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comment How to restore the default chown permissions on a directory / file?
@gertvdijk- Beside reinstalling, 2 other solutions have been proposed there. But sadly I can't use any of them. Firstly I can't have similar ubuntu installation to run get-filesystem-acl script since I didn't freshly install the system. I upgraded it from 12.10 which was in turn was upgraded from 12.04. Now since my OS isn't a fresh install I simply can't use the live cd solution either as it will only update the permissions of Ubuntu 13.04 files. But what about files from previous installs? Will it work if they are not updated ?
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