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Before I was called Private, but due to namespace polution I am henceforth known as don.joey!

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Oct
28
comment How can I install the Faenza icons for Libreoffice on 14.04?
You're right. Did you find a copy of the file somewhere online?
Oct
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on lightdm tag wiki
Oct
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on gksu tag wiki excerpt
Oct
22
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
18
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
14
comment TangoWithDjango .bashrc edit causing errors
Is this question answered or not?
Oct
14
awarded  Necromancer
Oct
13
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
10
comment Would Android apps be able to run in Ubuntu touch natively?
This is actually quite a good question. Nooby indeed, but very valid. Have an upvote.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
revised How to download YouTube videos via HTTPS
deleted old info which was edited in by someone else
Sep
30
revised How can I recover my external hard drive which has been corrupted?
better title
Sep
29
comment How to command grep not to display the searched string?
Is it not even better to use FS='PATH='?
Sep
27
comment How do I update bash on a Quantal system?
The reason this is closed is because you are going to be running into a lot of problems if you foolishly persist in using a version that has no support
Sep
27
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
26
awarded  Electorate
Sep
26
comment OS - Does not Show 100% HDD Capacity
I changed the tags so that more people with expertise can find your question.
Sep
26
revised OS - Does not Show 100% HDD Capacity
added relevant tags
Sep
26
comment Cooperative running of Ubuntu and Windows
I disagree that this is off-topic. This is a valid question with a clear usecase. It might already be answered on the site, though.
Sep
25
comment What is the CVE-2014-6271 bash vulnerability (Shellshock) and how do I fix it?
I don't like it when unexplained code is published as env x='() { :;}; echo vulnerable' bash -c 'echo hello'. Can you explain what exactly this does? If not, I am not going to run it. It's like people shouting one should run rm -r ~ and that sort of stuff.