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asked How to get gnome session idle time?
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comment How to enable or disable services?
Note that service can handle both sysv init scripts (/etc/init.d/<script>) and upstart jobs (/etc/init/*.conf). If there were an upstart job with the same name as a script in /etc/init.d, upstart will take precedence. But with service however, you are not able to control your user session upstart jobs say if you have jobs placed in $HOME/.config/upstart. Because of that it's good idea to just stick with initctl, an intended upstart control tool, for managing your upstart jobs
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asked Nokia Lumia doesn't charge through usb until it is mounted in Nautilus
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Dpkg env variable DPKG_HOOK_ACTION is not set in hook script
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Can automatically mounted camera be automatically unmounted by script in 14.04
It's possible using udev rules: askubuntu.com/questions/301122/…
Dec
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answered Run a command when the theme is changed
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awarded  Explainer
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answered Open file using custom command: how to specify the file in cmd line?
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asked Is there other way to get your DISPLAY env without using shell?
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comment Is it possible to install ubuntu server (12.04) on gpt disk (3TB) and boot from it
Certainly possible. My laptop here runs Trusty on GPT partition without any issue. I have no uefi board so I have to create a small partition at the beginning of the disk for bios_grub
May
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asked How to troubleshoot logout not working?
May
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comment How can I capture network traffic of a single process?
Alternatively, you can create a network namespace and run your app inside it www.evolware.org/?p=293
May
17
comment How to append command output to multiple files?
If you're using zsh you can do this: echo "Hello World" > {file1,file2,file3} but using tee always works too