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Jun
25
comment How do I clean or disable the memory cache?
Are you sure this will solve your problem? Memory doesn't fill up without a reason. I also had the problem that my memory was filling up, and traced it back to tracker-miner. After I uninstalled all tracker packages, my problem went away. I also have 4GB memory, and 2GB are used by chaches, but I'm nor experiencing any problems.
Jun
21
awarded  Excavator
Jun
21
awarded  Civic Duty
Jun
21
revised How to set an icon for Eclipse?
grammar fix
Jun
21
suggested approved edit on How to set an icon for Eclipse?
Jun
21
answered SCP with two different ports
Jun
21
accepted Get source code for a PPA
Jun
20
comment Get source code for a PPA
@jasmines Yes that looks great! How do I get that?
Jun
20
asked Get source code for a PPA
Jun
11
comment Application Switcher on both monitors in dual-head setup?
Sorry, but this does not answer my question.
Jun
6
accepted How is /etc/motd updated?
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
May
22
comment installing Oracle Database 10g XE Server in Ubuntu 11.04, “E: Unable to locate package oracle-xe”
It seems you have figured it out yourself, but the command to install a .eb package file is sudo dpkg -i package-file-name.deb
May
22
answered installing Oracle Database 10g XE Server in Ubuntu 11.04, “E: Unable to locate package oracle-xe”
May
22
comment installing Oracle Database 10g XE Server in Ubuntu 11.04, “E: Unable to locate package oracle-xe”
The link is broken. Did you mean cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-install-linux-oracle-database-xe-server?
Apr
29
answered Not able to see '/home' drive .
Apr
11
answered How to install/use JUnit?
Apr
11
comment How to install/use JUnit?
/usr/share/java/junit.jar links to the latest junit3 version, while /usr/share/java/junit4.jar links to the latest junit4 version.
Apr
8
answered Unable to install blockdiag
Apr
8
comment Unable to install blockdiag
First, I ran locate Python.h which told me that this file resides in /usr/include/python2.7/Python.h. Then, I did dpkg -S /usr/include/python2.7/Python.h, which told me the package is python2.7-dev. This package is version-specific though, so I checked package python-dev with apt-cache show python-dev to see whether this will automatically install python2.7-dev. Which it does; it's in the Depends: ... line.