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accepted How to setup whole-disk encryption with dual boot on a MacBook Pro (generation 9,2 with 12.04)
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answered How to setup whole-disk encryption with dual boot on a MacBook Pro (generation 9,2 with 12.04)
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comment Prevent windows from stealing focus
@Joel how did you setup it? What Focus Prevention Level are you using and how did you configure the "Focus Prevention Windows" matching rules?
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asked How to setup whole-disk encryption with dual boot on a MacBook Pro (generation 9,2 with 12.04)
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comment How can I use multitouch apps in Ubuntu 12.04?
I have the same device, and when I tested it mtview was able to recognize up to 5 simultaneous events (IIRC, but more than 2 for sure). Apart from that I cannot help you much, but am interested in the answer to this, too.
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revised How do I use pm-suspend-hybrid by default instead of pm-suspend?
Set PM_HIBERNATE_DELAY also when suspend_hybrid is called directly
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revised How do I use pm-suspend-hybrid by default instead of pm-suspend?
Fixed PM_HIBERNATE_DELAY assignment, and use better example (5 minutes instead of 24 hours)
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comment Audio output device, fast switch?
How do you set the default device in Ubuntu Precise?
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answered Does Ubuntu log events occurring during the boot?
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comment Logout/Shutdown taking very long, how to find the problem?
Try "tail -F" with ~/.xsession-errors and/or look at ~/.xsession-errors.old after reboot. There might be some indication in there. Also, if you are seeing the splash while it is waiting (the Ubuntu logo and the dots), then remove "quiet" and "splash" from the kernel boot arguments to have more information while it is hanging. This might be related to mounted network shares.
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comment Removing the period from a hostname
He said to have changed /etc/hostname and rebooted, which should have made the new hostname apply.