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Apr
22
revised Xserver sometimes fails to start
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Apr
22
asked Xserver sometimes fails to start
Apr
18
revised Find out if lines of a file is sorted
Changed the description of the result to match the real output.
Apr
18
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Apr
18
revised Find out if lines of a file is sorted
Updated the script with the changes I made to make it work.
Apr
18
accepted Find out if lines of a file is sorted
Apr
18
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Apr
17
accepted Error message with scrambled letters: is this a bug?
Apr
17
comment Error message with scrambled letters: is this a bug?
I reinstalled the font package (sudo apt-get --reinstall install ttf-ubuntu-font-family, for future readers...) and reproduced the second one - no change. After a reboot, however, all the characters show up again =)
Apr
17
revised Error message with scrambled letters: is this a bug?
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Apr
17
asked Error message with scrambled letters: is this a bug?
Apr
17
revised Find out if lines of a file is sorted
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17
revised Find out if lines of a file is sorted
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revised Find out if lines of a file is sorted
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Apr
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asked Find out if lines of a file is sorted
Apr
11
comment Partitions required for Installing Ubuntu?
Actually, for Linux newbies I would argue that a separate /home partition is strongly recommended. It's very simple to set up (you create another partition and tell the installer to use /home for its mount point) and it can save a lot of work if you screw up when playing around with settings. With a separate home partition, if you break something and you don't know how to fix it - just reinstall from scratch, without formatting /home. All your personal stuff is still there.
Apr
7
comment Sharing playlist between any music player in Windows and Ubuntu
Should be. I have very little experience with either iTunes or Rhythmbox, but that's what I'd try too. Then, when you open the other player, on the other OS, just open that m3u file and start listening =) If it doesn't work, come back here (with details about what happened) and we'll try to help.
Apr
7
comment Sharing playlist between any music player in Windows and Ubuntu
As long as you point the two music libraries to the same folder on the shared partition, you shouldn't have to do anything else. If you want to use the built-in libraries and playlist editors, you of course have to configure them to use the m3u files in your library folder, but that should be a no-brainer =)
Apr
6
answered How to transfer files from Samsung Galaxy to Ubuntu 12.04?
Apr
6
comment Sharing playlist between any music player in Windows and Ubuntu
If you live in a country where it's supported, you could try out Spotify, which is a streaming service that keeps all your playlists etc in the cloud, available at any time on any computer with the client installed.