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Jun
10
asked How to set display ICC profile in Kubuntu?
Jun
6
comment How to run HipHop with an old libc6 (not solved)
--library path overides all other paths. You should add paths to /usr/lib and others, separated by : after your own paths. Anyway, better try debootstrap to create a folder with all libraries in it.
Jun
5
revised How to run HipHop with an old libc6 (not solved)
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Jun
5
comment How to run HipHop with an old libc6 (not solved)
My answer in the question you referenced explains exactly that. What is unclear to you? How to make a folder of system libs? debootstrap tool is your friend.
Jun
5
answered How to run HipHop with an old libc6 (not solved)
Jun
5
answered Ubuntu boot time
Jun
5
answered invalid partition table?
May
28
comment How to auto-scan any plugged in usb storage device with clamav?
You can write an udev rule for this.
May
10
awarded  Popular Question
May
4
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
30
revised Have tearing (no Vsync) in movies (Nvidia proprietary driver)
Update 1
Apr
29
comment Have tearing (no Vsync) in movies (Nvidia proprietary driver)
So it seems to be this: When I change scale method to anything, tearing disappears. But after reboot, it is back, and I have to change it again to something different.
Apr
28
comment Have tearing (no Vsync) in movies (Nvidia proprietary driver)
I have tried setting "Scaling Method to Smooth" alone and it seemed to solve the problem! But I will wait the weekend before closing the answer. Tearing disappeared for sometime already and appeared again, and what's more, that "smooth" thing should have no effect on when movie plays. Weird. Even spooky, you know.
Apr
28
answered Installing Printer
Apr
28
answered Best Graphics card (Setup) for three, high-res monitors attached to desktop
Apr
27
asked Chrome tab font is some fallback font
Apr
27
asked Have tearing (no Vsync) in movies (Nvidia proprietary driver)
Apr
24
comment Huge problems after upgrade to 14.04 (selinixfs boot error)
Ubuntu dist-upgrade tends to mess things in most peculiar way. Even if you solve current problem, it would be best to find way to reinstall it anew.
Apr
24
answered How to run Android SDK in Ubuntu 64-bits
Apr
24
comment How can I fix Dolphin's slow start up?
First of all, try disabling all previews in control-configure dolphin-general.