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Nov
9
revised Decrypting ~/.Private/ folder
Replaced pastebin link with contents and improved formatting
Nov
9
answered Different wallpapers on monitors in Twinview with Wallch
Nov
9
suggested approved edit on Decrypting ~/.Private/ folder
Nov
9
comment Removing lens from Ubuntu 12.10
Your question is unclear. If you want to remove Unity, what do you want to run instead? GNOME 3? XFCE? KDE? Are you looking for an alternative desktop environment that has a global menu?
Nov
9
revised Why does a Ubuntu guest in VirtualBox run very, very slowly?
Fixed grammar, added a clarifying question at the end
Nov
9
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Nov
9
answered Why does a Ubuntu guest in VirtualBox run very, very slowly?
Nov
7
comment Zero bytes on home partition
To improve your question, please post the exact output of df, and copy the exact output of System Monitor. Remember, 2Gb, 2GB and 2GiB are different and can mean different things!
Nov
7
answered Zero bytes on home partition
Nov
7
revised Zero bytes on home partition
Fixed grammar
Nov
7
comment How to recover from 'sudo rm -rf' command?
I disagree with the first sentence of your answer ("when recursively deleting files..."). What do you mean by "recover your OS"?
Nov
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Nov
7
comment How to recover from 'sudo rm -rf' command?
There is no difference between deleting files from your home directory or from the root directory. In both cases, the disk space used for the file is marked as unallocated, and there is a chance that future activity might overwrite the data. So there is the possibility of recovering that data using a tool like PhotoRec.
Nov
7
revised Why can't you have multiple instances of Synaptic?
imporved formatting
Oct
30
revised Auto convert odt to pdf
Added forgotten % character in Python code, and add reminder about installing unoconv
Oct
30
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Sep
13
comment Running a .desktop file in the terminal
If you have the reputation, the most appropriate action would be to edit that answer, actually.
Jul
30
answered Why does my mouse suddenly stop working amidst any operation?
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