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I'm an avid Ubuntu user willing to learn new things about Ubuntu/Linux and to help with what I've learned.


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answered Fan turns on full blast after resuming from suspend - Sony Vaio w/ Ubuntu 12.04
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comment “Resuming from /dev/disk/by-uuid/…” message on normal boot
And this is related to tuxonice? On the other hand it seems to realize the difference between booting and resuming by animated splash on boot and non-animated splash on resume. I don't want to remove the kernel messages but I'm wondering how to suppress the resume message in non-resume situations.
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comment “Resuming from /dev/disk/by-uuid/…” message on normal boot
But I'm wondering why the message is appearing on a normal boot (after complete shutdown). Doesn't make any sense for me.
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asked “Resuming from /dev/disk/by-uuid/…” message on normal boot
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accepted How can I log shutdown console text?
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accepted How to open a window without “close” button?
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answered How to open a window without “close” button?
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comment How to open a window without “close” button?
So can I do it for gnome-terminal?
Jul
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comment How to open a window without “close” button?
There must be a way as the update-manager also only got a minimize button.
Jul
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comment How to open a window without “close” button?
At first this is supposed to work with gnome-terminal and xfce4-terminal. I want to run a command line tool which takes a very long time to finish (MrBayes phylogeny) and want to prevent someone accidentally closing the window. Maybe this is also applicable for other windows when needed.
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asked How to open a window without “close” button?
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