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comment How to select in what monitor youtube fullscreens?
Good suggestion, but seems to be broken for my video stream.
Apr
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comment How to select in what monitor youtube fullscreens?
How can I choose on which monitor the fullscreen shows up?
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answered How to select in what monitor youtube fullscreens?
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comment Upgraded to 12.10, and now most of my installed GNOME Shell extensions are “outdated”
It might suffice to hit ALT+F2 and enter "restart" instead of logout/login.
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answered Nvidia driver doesn't work in 12.10
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comment Nvidia driver doesn't work in 12.10
I set up a fresh 12.10 and followed your instructions. The nvidia still couldn't load (modprob nvidia said "nvidia_current_updates not found") and also the configuration for nouveau was kind of messed up. I tried it a second time: fresh 12.10 install, then first installing all updates (I suppose this included a kernel update, but I didn't check that in detail), then installing linux-headers-generic and linux-source and finally installing nvida-current-updates. Then nvidia drivers were working. That's why I added "install updates first" to your answer.
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comment How to copy data between different instances of vim?
@trusktr actually this works in vim too. In this Q&A it says you need at least vim 7.3.74 (which means Ubuntu 11.10 or later).
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comment Set default printer settings libreoffice
I've found the solution to my previous comment and added it to your answer.
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comment Set default printer settings libreoffice
I'm using LibreOffice 4. Using spadmin allows me to change the default settings of the printer as you describe (I want to set b/w printing per default, not colorful). Also a file ~/.config/libreoffice/4/user/psprint/psprint.conf is created. But it does not seem to contain any information about the color printing. Also if I rename the folder libreoffice and start LibreOffice again, it is still set to b/w, so this specific setting is stored somewhere else.