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Oct
9
answered How to get the calender from 10.04 or a similar alternative?
Oct
9
comment How to get the calender from 10.04 or a similar alternative?
As far as I'm aware, there are no modern calender apps for Ubuntu that do this, but he can get the two features separately.
Oct
9
revised How to get the calender from 10.04 or a similar alternative?
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Oct
7
comment Screen turning off, how to stop it?
You didn't make it quite clear but are you using the system as a media center?
Oct
6
comment Slow Google and Facebook Websites, everything else is fast
You tagged this with google-chrome; did you try another browser?
Oct
6
revised Chromium theme changed automatically
edited tags
Oct
6
comment sudden loss of sound Ubuntu 12.04?
Did you try checking to see if something got muted? Use 'alsamixer' in a terminal and post a screenshot.
Oct
4
revised How to access a Windows share via Linux?
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Oct
4
comment CPU frequency scaling issue - scaling_max_freq wrong
I am getting the same issue now on Ubuntu 14.10. Getting hopping mad at this.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
awarded  Refiner
Sep
17
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
15
comment Is there one file that all Desktop Managers (GNOME, KDE, XFCE and etc) are required to read/execute when users login?
@SamB I simply didn't specify how to set them. But you can add a script to your start applications or even write the out the command line to add the environment variable to your startup programs.
Sep
15
accepted Why is my CPU Frequency stuck?
Sep
15
answered Why is my CPU Frequency stuck?
Sep
4
awarded  Yearling
Sep
2
comment Why is my CPU Frequency stuck?
No, the 0-1 tells it to set that for both processor cores. But, your saying to add it as a loop to /etc/rc.local - so what I'm wondering about is if this is supposed to run only on boot or constantly as a loop while the system is on. (I'm assuming the former but just need to be sure).
Sep
2
comment How do I install Ubuntu-Tweak?
I'd rather you take that question to chat, since it would be lot to cover in comments.
Sep
2
comment How do I install Ubuntu-Tweak?
This is indeed the most simple, but not the most preferable. The reason I've provided the PPA method is because it ensures updates.