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awarded  Explainer
Apr
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revised How do I get the MAC address of my router?
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Apr
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Apr
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answered How do I get the MAC address of my router?
Feb
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answered Application which will display the current coordinates of the mouse cursor?
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
15
comment Building a package for another architecture
Thanks! Worked wonderfully. Just a note: the output packages are dropped in ~/pbuilder/trusty-i386_result (or similar).
Sep
15
revised Building a package for another architecture
Removed sudo from pbuilder-dist commands as they weren't necessary (and it complained when I tried to use it)
Sep
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Sep
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accepted Building a package for another architecture
Sep
15
revised Building a package for another architecture
Added ubuntu-dev-tools as a requirement, as that's where pbuilder-dist lives.
Sep
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Sep
15
comment Building a package for another architecture
Also tried setting debian/source/format to 3.0 (quilt) after a little research. No change.
Sep
15
comment Building a package for another architecture
@Braiam When I first ran dpkg-source --commit, I got 'dpkg-source --commit' is not supported by the source format '1.0'. I blindly changed debian/source/format to 2.0 and it ran. Running debuild -us -uc -F still just gives me the 64-bit packages.
Sep
15
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awarded  Self-Learner
May
23
comment Xfce forgets desktop icons positions
For what it's worth, this just happened to me on Xubuntu 14.04, so if it was indeed fixed in 13.04, there's been a regression.