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I've studied Computer Science in university for about eight years, resulting a B.S. degree in Software Engineering and a M.S. degree in Artificial Intelligence. Currently I'm studying Information Security for a PhD in Computer Science. I'm a Muslim; I love Libre/Open-source software; I'm a GNU/Linux enthusiast; I love software development, specially using Java; And I'm constantly trying to learn new facts and skills ...


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answered Is it recommended to install “LTS Hardware Enablement Stack” for Intel GMA-500 Issues?
Nov
19
revised Is it recommended to install “LTS Hardware Enablement Stack” for Intel GMA-500 Issues?
Added 'video-driver' tag
Nov
12
revised Is it recommended to install “LTS Hardware Enablement Stack” for Intel GMA-500 Issues?
Added 'multiple-monitors' tag
Nov
10
asked Is it recommended to install “LTS Hardware Enablement Stack” for Intel GMA-500 Issues?
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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Sep
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comment 'zeitgeist-fts' always using a lot of memory!
The two operations I did didn't fix the problem and again 'zeitgeist-fts' went above 300 MB memory usage! ... Guess I have to remove the exec permissions of the 'zeitgeist' files!
Aug
31
accepted 'zeitgeist-fts' always using a lot of memory!
Aug
31
comment 'zeitgeist-fts' always using a lot of memory!
Thanks for the tip ... Although I think I will be better of just disabling zeitgeist all together.
Aug
30
comment 'zeitgeist-fts' always using a lot of memory!
Thanks for the detailed answer. I opted the "Disable It" option, but I only did remove it from startup and turned-off 'Record Activity'. I didn't remove the exec permissions of the files, I thought it was too much :) ... Let's see how it goes and I'll give feedback again ... Just to make sure: This doesn't break any functionalities of Dash or Unity? Right?!
Aug
30
asked 'zeitgeist-fts' always using a lot of memory!
Aug
29
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
15
revised How to change file size calculation in Nautilus from “decimal prefix” back to the normal “binary prefix”?
Corrected spelling errors
Aug
15
asked How to change file size calculation in Nautilus from “decimal prefix” back to the normal “binary prefix”?
Aug
14
answered If I'm building from source, why does it require more space than installing via apt-get?
Aug
8
answered Are there Human Interface Design Guidelines for Unity Development?
Jul
20
accepted Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
Jul
20
answered Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
Jul
17
comment Can't Access Apache on VirtualBox VM (using NAT + Host-only)
I haven't done any binding. Actually I don't need the server to be accessed by a name. The VM's IP address (i.e. 10.10.10.15) is fine if it works ...