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Using Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 :-)


Jan
23
reviewed No Action Needed Youtube yellow snow screen on Google Chrome
Jan
23
reviewed Reviewed Installed ubuntu 12.10 and no taskbar
Jan
23
revised Installed ubuntu 12.10 and no taskbar
edited tags
Jan
23
reviewed Reviewed GPU fan spins like crazy in 12.10 on HD 6870
Jan
23
suggested approved edit on GPU fan spins like crazy in 12.10 on HD 6870
Jan
23
reviewed Reviewed Terminal: Jump to directory found with find
Jan
23
revised Prevent screen turning off when watching video in XBMC
got confused between "XMBC" and "XBMC"
Jan
23
reviewed No Action Needed How to solve GNOME power manager installation problem?
Jan
23
suggested approved edit on How to make some Virtual IP Address?
Jan
23
suggested approved edit on How to make some Virtual IP Address?
Jan
23
suggested approved edit on How to modify the colors of Ubuntu Panel?
Jan
23
reviewed Reviewed The configuration defaults for GNOME Power Manager have not been installed correctly. Cannot login
Jan
23
suggested approved edit on The configuration defaults for GNOME Power Manager have not been installed correctly. Cannot login
Jan
23
reviewed No Action Needed How to escape spaces in .desktop files Exec line
Jan
23
comment How to run windows-only forex application MetaTrader in Ubuntu?
I have used it on Ubuntu and it works flawlessly.
Jan
23
reviewed No Action Needed Microphone is not working in Skype
Jan
23
comment Prevent screen turning off when watching video in XBMC
@Nanne As I said, a Preference Setting within XMBC to control it would obviously be the best solution. However, its prudent for me to expect that the OP has done his homework. Moreover, if such setting was available within XMBC, I think someone would have come up and posted his answer. The question being 7 days old as of now - I don't think its there in XMBC. Anyways, as you use XMBC, can you please check if it can be done :)
Jan
23
comment Prevent screen turning off when watching video in XBMC
@Nanne: No... Why would that be so; the shell script won't hog your system resources; and it wouldn't simulate mouse movement when XMBC is not running; as well as you won't have to remember to run this script everytime... Though a Preference setting in XMBC would obviously be the best solution; since I don't use XMBC - I don't know if such setting exists. I have tested this Shell script with Firefox and it works as expected by the OP.
Jan
23
answered Prevent screen turning off when watching video in XBMC
Jan
23
revised How to run code on Android Tablet from Ubuntu connected via USB?
Edited title, improved formatting, edited tags