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awarded  Explainer
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Jul
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comment Is synapse application launcher available?
Or the original, GNOME Do ☺
Jun
23
answered How can I assign aliases and remove them in GNOME Do?
Jun
11
answered Why does my system use so much cache?
Apr
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reviewed Approve The command could not be located because '/usr/bin' is not included in the PATH environment variable
Apr
14
reviewed Approve Awk scripting help
Apr
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
3
answered Why are certain things able to get through ufw firewall?
Feb
3
comment Is there an upstart event for a process listening on the network?
I don't believe that the kernel generates any such events, so you won't get any from Upstart either. That said, your question is a bit vague - do you mean “whenever any process starts listening” (which I think is difficult/impossible) or “whenever this particular process/binary starts listening” (which should be doable).
Jan
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reviewed Reject “Could not update ICEauthority file” after login (independent of gnome)
Jan
13
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
8
reviewed Approve Problems with Eclipse and Android SDK
Jan
8
answered Ubuntu Touch Apps don't recognize Ubuntu MultiTouch, utouch
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awarded  Great Answer
Aug
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comment Why debug packages don't include sources?
Instead of moving the source to /build you can add the appropriate directory to gdb's search path with the "directory" command.