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Jan
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comment Increase screen idle dim timeout
Thanks! This worked :D
Jan
24
accepted Increase screen idle dim timeout
Jan
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asked Increase screen idle dim timeout
Dec
15
revised Installing dvb-t Afatech AF9035?
The "(solved)" tag is not needed. Marking an answer is enough
Dec
15
suggested approved edit on Installing dvb-t Afatech AF9035?
Dec
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comment Installing dvb-t Afatech AF9035?
For now I'm just using VLC. When I have some time I'll may look into a better alternative :) If it works don't forget to accept my answer
Dec
4
comment Installing dvb-t Afatech AF9035?
Have you done the symlinking commands? The ones with "ln -s......"? You need to do it every time before compiling because the symlinks are cleared after a unsuccessful compilation. Also try to do each of these commands twice (I've read that tip somewhere... don't know if it changes anything).
Dec
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answered Installing dvb-t Afatech AF9035?
Nov
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
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revised Independent volume for headphones
Changed tittle to better reflect what I want
Nov
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asked Independent volume for headphones
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
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accepted Encrypted home and power failure
Nov
15
comment Encrypted home and power failure
Nice :) Can you update your answer with that info so I can mark it as Answer?
Nov
15
comment Encrypted home and power failure
Thanks for the answer. I know that if I loose the password its "bye bye data". My question is because, at least with some encryption applications, unencrypted data is stored for some time in memory and not immediately encrypted and written to disk. So after saving a file it does not go immediately to disk. At least that's what I read somewhere (can't find the source :S). Maybe eCryptFs does not work this way?
Nov
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asked Encrypted home and power failure
Nov
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
14
comment What download managers are available for Ubuntu?
Glad to help :) I prefer using the PPA, I think it is easier and keeps it updated. I never tried the "shutdown on complete" but there's an addon for that: jdownloader.org/knowledge/wiki/addons/list/jdshutdown
Nov
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awarded  Teacher
Nov
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answered What download managers are available for Ubuntu?