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Jan
23
accepted gconf override glib schema error - “can not parse as value of type 'd'”
Jan
20
comment How do I hide the GRUB menu showing up in the beginning of boot?
Same for me. I ran "update-grub" - didn't work.
Jan
20
comment Adjust text scaling factor for all users
Upvoted. Yeah I know why I should vote, I just forgot to.
Jan
20
comment Adjust text scaling factor for all users
Ah thanks! I swear I tried that. Never mind. I'm going to leave my question there 'cos I think it adds value by mentioning this error message. Someone might google that same error message (as I tried to do) and find my question.
Jan
20
answered gconf override glib schema error - “can not parse as value of type 'd'”
Jan
20
revised gconf override glib schema error - “can not parse as value of type 'd'”
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Jan
20
revised gconf override glib schema error - “can not parse as value of type 'd'”
edited tags; edited title
Jan
20
comment Adjust text scaling factor for all users
This didn't work for me - I posted a question with my problem here: askubuntu.com/questions/723267/…
Jan
20
asked gconf override glib schema error - “can not parse as value of type 'd'”
Oct
12
comment How to give a Juju charm a static ip address - wordpress
Did anything come of this?
Aug
29
comment Brother DCP-7070 does not scan
OMG! It worked! I've been looking for a solution this for ages! thanks. You should accept your own answer.
May
19
answered Bash is abnormal in Makefile!
Apr
13
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
30
revised What types are allowed in config.yaml in juju charms?
edited title
Jan
26
comment Bash Tab Auto-complete not working for apt
Any ideas about autocompletion for apt itself? (as opposed to apt-get)
Nov
18
comment How do I disable a touchpad using the command line?
Thanks for the second answer. synclient didn't work for me, xinput did.
Nov
15
comment How can I create a new socket in /dev?
Have you any idea how you would create the equivalent of /dev/log with the socket command?
Nov
8
awarded  Famous Question
Aug
27
awarded  Critic
Jun
20
awarded  Self-Learner