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I am a student of computer science and mathematics at the Humboldt University of Berlin.


Jan
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accepted How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
Jan
12
comment How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
This is a great answer. I will use this in the future.
Aug
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comment How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
That looks slightly better. I'm going to test that.
Aug
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Aug
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revised How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
Fix title
Aug
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comment How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
@dan08 Nope, not doing the trick.
Aug
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revised How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
Compromise: Remove formatting, keep facts. Please don't be a dick.
Aug
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Aug
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Aug
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Aug
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comment How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
Thanks, I know how to do shell redirection. The reason why I don't want to do this (and explicitly state that) is that these warnings also appear in many other programs. A configuration option for dbus or whatever component that generates these warnings will turn off the warning for all programs that generates it. With redirection, I have to apply the workaround (which is not a solution) to each program individually.
Aug
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asked How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
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Dec
26
comment Is there anything to remember when I exchange my /?
@MHC Clonezilla does not support btrfs iirc. I don't want to wear of all sectors with a sector-by-sector copy.
Dec
25
asked Is there anything to remember when I exchange my /?