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Jun
5
comment Setting up Filezilla with gvim editor
Aha! Found the problem :p I opened FileZilal from a terminal window to see what went wrong, and this is what I got: > Vim: Warning: Output is not to a terminal > Vim: Warning: Input is not from a terminal I'll edit my answer with the solution.
Jun
5
revised No audio flash movies
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Jun
5
answered How can I use Firefox 4 on an old Ubuntu 7.10 laptop?
Jun
5
answered Setting up Filezilla with gvim editor
Jun
5
answered No audio flash movies
Jun
5
comment Setting up Filezilla with gvim editor
Wait... You mean you just can't edit it? In the way of "When I type something, it doesn't appear on the screen!"?
Jun
5
answered Reasons why to use and not to use an Alpha, Beta or RC release?
Jun
5
comment Setting up Filezilla with gvim editor
... Well, I suppose that should work... But why not just make a backup of the old file and try, and just ask here when it seems that it actually doesn't work, in stead of just asking "Does this work?"?
Jun
5
answered Which graphics driver should I use on an Asus N43?
Jun
5
answered USB boot problems
Jun
1
comment Can I limit the size of ~/.xsession-errors?
Linux Mint 10 (Gnome), based on Ubuntu 10.10
Jun
1
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Jun
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comment Can I limit the size of ~/.xsession-errors?
@This statement: .xsession-errors cleared on every restart and copied to .xsession-errors.old, new .xsession-errors created. || Tha tdoesn't happen on my system...
Jun
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Jun
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revised Can I limit the size of ~/.xsession-errors?
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Jun
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answered Can I limit the size of ~/.xsession-errors?
Jun
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comment Can I limit the size of ~/.xsession-errors?
There was a command that could show you what program is trying to access wich file, if I'm not mistaken. I'll take a look at it for you when I'm at home.
May
31
answered Automatic startup of Ubuntu installed alongside windows?
May
31
comment How to clean launch a GUI app via the Terminal (so it doesn't wait for termination)?
Something like that, only Byobu is easier to use. If I am npot mistaken, Byobu is just an easier interface for GNU Screen.
May
31
comment How to clean launch a GUI app via the Terminal (so it doesn't wait for termination)?
If I get the idea correctly, it's a kind of window manager for the command line. It allows you to run more than one program at once in a command line interface session.