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Apr
22
accepted Cannot update to GNOME 3.12
Apr
21
comment Cannot update to GNOME 3.12
Hmm, ok. But gnome.org "announced" the release of 3.12 about a month ago, along with other blogs. See here. That thew me off...
Apr
21
asked Cannot update to GNOME 3.12
Feb
12
awarded  Caucus
Dec
7
accepted How to start eclipse while in gnome shell?
Dec
6
asked How to start eclipse while in gnome shell?
Nov
14
comment Why can't Skype hear me?
are you using an USB headset?
Nov
13
awarded  Scholar
Nov
13
accepted higher-end notebook with a track-point
Nov
7
awarded  Student
Nov
6
answered How do I move to a new tab in gedit using the keyboard?
Nov
5
awarded  Supporter
Nov
3
asked higher-end notebook with a track-point
Nov
1
comment start development in Ubuntu
If youre going C/C++ CodeBlocks has an option to set up a GTK+ project, but dont know for sure. I liked CodeLite as well, a nice IDE, worth a try. And there's Eclipse CDT. As for POSIX: there are only headers you #include, once you know what you need. For example there's pthread.h to include and -lptread as a compiler option. Though I dont recommend use those directly, as pthreads are very low-level. Use higher-level libraries like Boost or Qt. Qt offers a great GUI toolkit as well.
Nov
1
answered start development in Ubuntu
Oct
30
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
30
comment Is there a start menu with a search box similar to the one in Windows 7?
yea, unfortunately some programs are called different internally thanthe name presented to the user. typing "update" does nothing for me as well. but typing "goo" brings up chrome and google earth for me, for example
Oct
26
awarded  Teacher
Oct
25
answered Is there a start menu with a search box similar to the one in Windows 7?