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Sep
9
comment What are the alternatives to Ubuntu One?
insync is not free even for linux. it has a trial version.
Aug
21
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
15
revised *Check for Updates* in MonoDevelop
added 45 characters in body
Aug
15
asked *Check for Updates* in MonoDevelop
Aug
13
answered Numeric pad always enter digits
Aug
13
comment Is a Windows installation slower
I mean wubi installer.
Aug
13
comment Is a Windows installation slower
btw, an Ubuntu installed inside Windows seems to use a file as a hard disk. Probably this hinders reading from hard.
Aug
13
asked Is a Windows installation slower
Aug
11
comment Numeric pad always enter digits
It's simpler to edit /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/. btw I don't know where are the numpad keys.
Aug
11
comment Numeric pad always enter digits
In Qt Creator it does not work.
Aug
11
asked Numeric pad always enter digits
Aug
6
accepted A command for pasting; the same as Ctrl + V
Aug
6
comment A qdbus command error
yes installing qdbus-qt5 solved the problem. thanks.
Aug
6
comment A qdbus command error
well I have installed KDE in Ubuntu 14.04. Qt Creator is also installed.
Aug
6
comment A command for pasting; the same as Ctrl + V
yes shell script or something to be fed in a Run Window. But for date I suggest: xdotool type " $(date) ". It may also need a command to change keyboard layout to English.
Aug
6
comment A command for pasting; the same as Ctrl + V
because I'll use a command to do it. commands do not have hands to type. btw, this question is obsolete for me. I wanted to set a hotkey which copies date and time and then pastes it immediately. Now it's implemented somehow: Cha, 93/05/15, 15:34:14 (local time). Now it works without bothering clipboard. Cha, 93/05/15, 15:36:49
Aug
6
asked A qdbus command error
Aug
6
comment A command for pasting; the same as Ctrl + V
xsel -o -b does not work outside a terminal.
Jul
29
comment How to stop NumLock toggling
xmodmap is good to find keycodes. But to change them I think it's more permanent to modify keyboard layouts (Still I'm not sure how).
Jul
29
asked Where is NumLock in /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/