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accepted Why does gparted start ntfsresize without asking?
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comment How should I install Git on Ubuntu Touch?
Just answered the other question which also applies here. In short: apparmor prevents the terminal from executing arbitrary binaries, you can work around that by changing its apparmor profile.
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comment why ubuntu touch terminal cannot execute app
I just tried with git. Seems to me that the apparmor profile for the terminal prevents running binaries from the home directory of the user: [140792.471956] type=1400 audit(1431182253.050:175): apparmor="DENIED" operation="exec" profile="com.ubuntu.terminal_terminal_0.7.70" name="/home/phablet/apps/git/usr/bin/git" pid=28134 comm="bash" requested_mask="x" denied_mask="x" fsuid=32011 ouid=32011
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comment How should I install Git on Ubuntu Touch?
Ah, thats interesting. I only used git over ssh so far, and then it works. Now I just tried to run git with the terminal on the phone, and then I get the same error. So, I don't really now what the problem is yet. Here is a related question: askubuntu.com/questions/556041/…
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comment Why does gparted start ntfsresize without asking?
It finished after a while and everything was fine. But it seems that gparted is running ntfsresize everytime it detects my partitions. Which means everytime I change something I have to wait for ~10 minutes for ntfsresize to finish (only when I have my external hard disks connected of course, if I disconnect them first I have no problem).
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comment How can I remap my keys to act like the Macintosh keyboard (like hold alt l + l click = r click)?
swapping ctrl and alt could be done with xmodmap, it is actually pretty easy but maybe its better you'd ask it again in a seperate question, or take a look at already answered questions if they help you, e.g.: askubuntu.com/questions/93950/cant-remap-ctrl-key-with-xmodmap
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comment How can I remap my keys to act like the Macintosh keyboard (like hold alt l + l click = r click)?
here is another guy having problems with xbindkeys and mouse buttons: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/31257/…