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Apr
15
comment Stuck at 0% [waiting for headers] (apt)
@iguarav May or may not be, depends on the next googler...
Apr
1
revised How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
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Mar
31
comment Is there an anonymous proxy application for Ubuntu?
maybe anon-proxy?
Mar
31
revised How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
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Mar
31
comment How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
@Braiam Firefox and w3m both had the problem.
Mar
31
accepted How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
Mar
31
answered How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
Mar
29
comment W: GPG error: http://ppa.launchpad.net precise Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available:
Awesome answer. Thank you!
Mar
29
comment How to change username in top-right panel?
I did this and it did not work after logging in and back out.
Mar
29
comment Stuck at 0% [waiting for headers] (apt)
I posted the question here: askubuntu.com/questions/439829/…
Mar
28
revised How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
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Mar
28
comment Stuck at 0% [waiting for headers] (apt)
Didn't work for me.
Mar
27
revised How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
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Mar
27
revised How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
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Mar
27
asked How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
Feb
24
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
17
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
17
comment How do I remap certain keys?
So it's not possible with this strategy to remap one key to a sequence of keys? For example I want to remap Ctrl + = to <-.
Feb
17
comment How do I remap certain keys?
fwiw: after logging the results of xev to a file called event.out I filter the non-keypress events with perl -e '$/ = "\n\n"; while(<>) { print $_ if $_ =~ "KeyPress"; }' event.out > keypress.event.out.
Feb
17
comment How do I remap certain keys?
I don't think I have an -event flag in Ubuntu 12.04. It throws an error and doesn't mention "event" in man xev.