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answered How should a server be secured?
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accepted What are the benefits of using Grub2 over Grub?
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asked What are the benefits of using Grub2 over Grub?
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comment How do I revert to the pathbar after the address bar is visible in Nautilus?
Esc works too! Thanks!
Aug
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comment How do I revert to the pathbar after the address bar is visible in Nautilus?
Doesn't seem to work for me. I'm running 2.6.32-24-generic #38-Ubuntu x86_64 GNU/Linux, Nautilus 2.30.1
Aug
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comment How do I revert to the pathbar after the address bar is visible in Nautilus?
Using / does not seem to work with Lucid. I have to use CTRL+L.
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accepted How do I revert to the pathbar after the address bar is visible in Nautilus?
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comment How do I revert to the pathbar after the address bar is visible in Nautilus?
Too easy! Thanks! :)
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asked What support does Ubuntu have for the Apple Magic Mouse?
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comment How do I revert to the pathbar after the address bar is visible in Nautilus?
always_use_location_entry is unchecked. I'm talking about then I have the pathbar, but want to temporarily switch to the addressbar (to copy a path etc) and then switch back to the pathbar.
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asked How do I revert to the pathbar after the address bar is visible in Nautilus?
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answered What do windows' users like most after migrating into Ubuntu?
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answered How do I access an encrypted home folder from a dual-boot machine?
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comment Does Ubuntu have support for the TRIM command for use with SSD?
I think the performance would be restored to the same (if not close to) the factory defaults. Have a look here for an explanation -> anandtech.com/show/2738/10
Jul
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comment Does Ubuntu have support for the TRIM command for use with SSD?
I thought you still had to use tools which "sent" the TRIM command to the SDD. It's good if it works as you specify. :) This Anandtech article -> (anandtech.com/show/2738/10) specifies that for TRIM to work, both the OS and the SSD need TRIM support. I guess my question is about the OS/Linux support for TRIM when used with TRIM-aware SSD drives.
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asked Does Ubuntu have support for the TRIM command for use with SSD?