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Jan
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
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comment Fails to download respository Information check internet connection
It should be useful the reason of the downvote to improve the answer or to limit its scope...
Dec
26
answered Same script opened in three different ways produces three different results. Why?
Dec
15
comment Hide application menu from Gnome Shell
@Nasreddine, there could be some setting in of the theme that you can use. What have you found till now? If it is not a feature of any theme, you can always switch to Unity if you prefer it. Or if you want you can always see in the code of gnome and firefox source code...
Dec
14
comment Hide application menu from Gnome Shell
Did you check if it works for you?
Dec
3
answered Hide application menu from Gnome Shell
Oct
29
comment What is “dist-upgrade” and why does it upgrade more than “upgrade”?
@nobar You don't see because it is an option of apt and not of apt-get... :-) Try man apt.
Oct
2
comment After `chown -R` git is super slow
@lukas.pukenis I shouldn't assert it so easily, with no doubt as you do: if there are many other processes that are opening/blocking that files (remember the magic word massive ), you can need more time then before. Please check and update who is using your HDD and your CPU time. None can find from here the answer and it is over there. Good hunt and coffee. BTW if you pause/stop the indexer and when you give the command it's faster you find your guilty. :-) Good hunt and coffee...
Oct
2
comment After `chown -R` git is super slow
@lukas.pukenis What about the coffee and top, htop response? Who's wasting your resources? :-) Remember that you can always exclude paths from the file indexer, and add again when you will go to eat or to sleep !
Oct
2
comment After `chown -R` git is super slow
Just a shot in the dark: you said massive; maybe before you have cached files that now, after the ownership change ,are not anymore seen as the same... or something as nepomuk / akonadi /_updatedb_ is indexing all as new. Check with top htop...
Sep
27
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Aug
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Aug
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Apr
25
answered How to mount an external HDD?
Apr
8
revised 404 not found - error while updating using aptitude
Added needed `sudo` and some explanations
Feb
12
comment Use ImageMagick to compare Images
@RegisteredUser Warning: that code seems to find the RMS error between the images’ histograms, NOT between the images themselves. It's better to do first the difference of the 2 images (if you want in a new image too), and then to do the squared sum of the normalized histogram bins.
Jan
27
comment How do I find out my motherboard model?
It is not needed to run as root a command or to install new software, see below in the answer... or if you prefer an hardware answer it's always possible to follow the @NGRhodes suggestion ;-)
Jan
27
revised How do I find out my motherboard model?
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