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answered Existing Windows Software Help
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answered Can't boot into ubuntu?
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comment Ubuntu does not keep settings for dual-monitor setup, how can I correct this?
Since you say you're a new user, I'll explain what all those steps are... The Ctrl+Alt+T brings up the terminal. The Terminal is where you can put in commands straight to Ubuntu, getting past the friendly candy coating you normally deal with. (It's like opening the hood of your car instead of just messing with the steering wheel and gas and brake pedals.) When you begin typing, the sudo command at the beginning (short for super-user do.) says "I'm in charge, don't tell me what I can't do." Gnome-control-center is the settings program and the display is the specific part you're running.
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answered Ubuntu does not keep settings for dual-monitor setup, how can I correct this?
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answered 12.10 hangs on Ubuntu loading screen