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Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Apr
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accepted How is Trim enabled?
Apr
6
comment How is Trim enabled?
@Rinzwind Thanks. LVM is a layer which must pass the TRIM commands. dm-crypt also needs activated TRIM support, see for example: blog.neutrino.es/2013/… According to the blueprint you linked, it seems not to be activated by default!?
Apr
5
asked How is Trim enabled?
Mar
4
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
5
suggested suggested edit on Is there a shell-independent HUD-like menu search tool for Xfce/GNOME/Cinnamon?
Feb
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comment Is there a shell-independent HUD-like menu search tool for Xfce/GNOME/Cinnamon?
Wouldn't this not be a bit impolite since it is not my own question? If not I will do it.
Feb
5
comment Is there a shell-independent HUD-like menu search tool for Xfce/GNOME/Cinnamon?
However there seems to be not much progress with this feature
Feb
5
comment Is there a shell-independent HUD-like menu search tool for Xfce/GNOME/Cinnamon?
Until unity 2d was dropped this was possible even with HUD itself (askubuntu.com/questions/202117/xmonad-with-unity-hud)
Feb
5
comment Is there a shell-independent HUD-like menu search tool for Xfce/GNOME/Cinnamon?
HUD – Heads UP Display – uses an intelligent search-based approach to finding and accessing menu items you need. It’s smart too; HUD is capable of remembering what items you use most often and prioritising them in the results. Here is a video showing this feature in the example of gimp. Here is an overview: omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/01/hud-new-unity-feature Now we want something like this which is not tied to unity, which you can use in gnome or other window managers.
Feb
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comment Is there a shell-independent HUD-like menu search tool for Xfce/GNOME/Cinnamon?
The question is not about how to find and start applications but how to access the menu bar entries of a given application using the keyboard like in HUD.
Dec
30
asked How to lock a config file under /etc
Dec
29
comment Wacom Graphics Tablet CTH-480 / CTL-480 Not Detected In Ubuntu 13.10
Will it be supported in 14.04 out of the box?
Dec
18
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
9
accepted Where is the command `gnome-display-properties`
Dec
9
asked Where is the command `gnome-display-properties`
Nov
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comment Auctex in 12.04 ignores Emacs 24
I just realized that it happens only if there is a empty line in the local variables list (see bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/auctex/+bug/1149196)
Nov
25
comment Auctex in 12.04 ignores Emacs 24
This does not work in ubuntu 13.10
Oct
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awarded  Notable Question