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A blogger with enthusiasm for Operating systems. I Like to socialize, and often seen hanging around with friends on weekends to exchange information on latest gadgets and software...


Jun
21
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
20
awarded  Yearling
Aug
18
revised can not setup or update anything after a mistaken command
For corrigendum.
Aug
18
comment can not setup or update anything after a mistaken command
@ Braiam. Okay, I would do just that right away. Thank you though.
Aug
14
comment can not setup or update anything after a mistaken command
Okay. copy and paste gksudo nautilus /etc/apt/sources.list.d and look for 10gen.lis and delete it. I think that will solve the problem.
Aug
14
comment Unable to edit /etc/apt/sources.list file
I guess not. I have tried both out myself -- gksu doesn't work but gksudo works as against your launchpad link. It seems that gksu is deprecated in Ubuntu 13.04. It is clear that until you start using pkexec gksudo is the right one to use. There is no argument here though.
Aug
14
answered can not setup or update anything after a mistaken command
Aug
14
comment Unable to edit /etc/apt/sources.list file
@ Karel. No, it is gksu that is deprecated in Ubuntu 13.04 not gksudo.
Aug
14
answered Unable to edit /etc/apt/sources.list file
Jul
25
answered ./configure no such file or directory even after installing build essentials
Jul
24
comment Ubuntu Edge in Japan
"It will also support the two LTE standards to provide 4G mobile broadband connectivity around the world (subject to network availability and data fees).", from the project site. That will be subject to the two known standard. In that case it will likely work any bands available at the moment. In other words, dual-LTE is more or less a multi-band LTE network compatible. I would like to say you must know your network LTE band before opting for the device.
Jul
24
answered Ubuntu Edge in Japan
Jul
22
awarded  Excavator
Jul
22
revised How to access Ubuntu desktop from a Windows system?
For clearance of sentence and grammatical error.
Jul
22
comment Unity launcher and top panel disappeared after use of boot repair application
You will find a similar case and answer at askubuntu.com/questions/288235/…
Jul
22
suggested suggested edit on How to access Ubuntu desktop from a Windows system?
Jul
22
answered Dualbooting Windows 8 and Ubuntu 12.04?
Jun
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
23
comment Lost Windows 8 installing Ubuntu
Please, post image of your partitions for us to see what can be done.
Mar
23
answered Error mounting ntfs partition at start-up Ubuntu 11.10 - can only be mounted and accessed as root