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Oct
15
revised Application windows become unresponsive for some time in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
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Sep
30
comment Application windows become unresponsive for some time in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
I was experiencing alike I/O issue on another hardware with 12.04, and that was really swapping issue. I can't remember I was able to move mouse pointer when that was happeing but now when current problem is reproduced it is possible.
Sep
28
comment Application windows become unresponsive for some time in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
I'm unable to work with applications because as I mentioned all application windows are frozen. I also tried CTRL+ALT+F6 combination when that happened again to enter text mode but no luck, screen picture doesn't change.
Sep
26
comment Application windows become unresponsive for some time in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Hello Jan, no I don't think it is possible. I think it is graphics issue. As I said mouse pointer is alive. And that is why I mentioned "application windows" instead of "system" in subject. Also I have hdd load indicator.
Sep
26
awarded  Promoter
Sep
21
asked Application windows become unresponsive for some time in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Jul
9
comment How to stop reordering of the same kind multiple preview windows in task switching?
Very annoying feature. I asked the same question here askubuntu.com/questions/271506/… but unfortunately still no answer.
Jul
5
comment How do I make changes to /proc/acpi/wakeup permanent?
I modified your script to disable wakeup on LID open (really stupid and annoying feature from my point of view). Thank you!
Mar
18
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
11
asked Reinstall drivers after migration to different hardware (12.04)
Dec
9
awarded  Commentator
Dec
9
comment Run a script on login using ~/.bash_login
None of mentioned scripts runs when I'm logging in except first time after system boot.
Nov
20
comment Wake laptop when lid is opened?
My /proc/acpi/wakeup didn't contain LID but LID0 instead. Thus echo "LID0" > /proc/acpi/wakeup did the trick. Thank you!
Nov
3
revised How to run script automatically on each login to Unity (Ubuntu 12.04)?
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Nov
3
revised How to run script automatically on each login to Unity (Ubuntu 12.04)?
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Nov
3
comment How to run script automatically on each login to Unity (Ubuntu 12.04)?
Hi Novine, I just tested this by adding 'echo date >> /tmp/log' in my script which added to startup applications list and unfortunately no new date records appear in the file on screen unlock. Please explain how did you test this?
Nov
3
revised How to run script automatically on each login to Unity (Ubuntu 12.04)?
Indignation with regard to marking the question as "DUPLICATE"
Nov
2
comment How to run script automatically on each login to Unity (Ubuntu 12.04)?
This does not work for me.
Nov
1
asked How to run script automatically on each login to Unity (Ubuntu 12.04)?
Sep
14
answered Why isn't Startup Disk Creator working in 12.04?