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Feb
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comment How do I force fullscreen flash playing on a multi-monitor setup using libpepflashplayer.so?
For the life of me, I can't get this command to work via .desktop file. The code works great when launching via CLI, but for some reason doesn't work from the desktop launcher. Any ideas?
Dec
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Oct
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Oct
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comment How to automatically unlock private SSH key?
That's certainly true, but hopefully there is some sort of encryption on the disk or at least on /home/user. If not, I agree that it's a pretty significant vulnerability, but that's typically the tradeoff for convenience, no?
Jun
19
comment How to control order of device loading during startup?
any idea what I'd be looking for in here? I searched for psmouse, but that isn't there. I assume it's something in udev, but I don't really understand how udev works quite yet...
Jun
19
asked How to control order of device loading during startup?
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Nov
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answered How to convert image to CMYK in GIMP?
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Sep
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comment Transmission dependencies are not in repository
@chocobai, if you go into synaptic and search for transmission-common, highlight it, and then go to the 'Package' menu and choose "Force version..." If I selected 2.61 for that, I was able to install transmission-common as well as transmission-gtk
Sep
28
comment Transmission dependencies are not in repository
There is still some sort of dependency problem here. In order to reinstall transmission, I had to pin my version of transmission-common to 2.61, which sort of defeats the purpose of upgrading in the first place...
Aug
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Aug
15
comment How do I change the keymap of a single device (Logitech presenter)?
Just wanted to add to this answer that you can zero in on what "eventX" your keyboard might be by running /lib/udev/findkeyboards. That will list all the currently attached keyboards so you don't have to try so many. The logitech r400 showed up as "USB keyboard: input/event11" for me.
Aug
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answered Youtube Videos are Playing in Fast & Slow motion in Chrome & Firefox respectively
Jul
23
comment Set a specific theme for root launched applications
What folder do you mean exactly by /PathToRootTheme/? You mean the one that was originally downloaded?
Mar
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Mar
19
accepted Gnome Shell Blank edge until restart?