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Nov
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Need to Rebind Left Arrow Key to Right Control Key
Nov
11
comment Ethernet/Broadband Internet on Ubuntu (12.04.3 LTS) ?
@RanaMuhammadWaqas He need to setup DSL type my friend.
Nov
11
answered Ethernet/Broadband Internet on Ubuntu (12.04.3 LTS) ?
Nov
11
comment how to install viber in Ubuntu?
@user Actually Ubuntu is now multiarch , you can install it.
Nov
11
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
11
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
11
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
11
comment What is the right way to exit the interactive CLI of the command “rev”?
@IstvanChung hi, I have posted what i know. Accepting the answer is not in my circumstances. Say to OP. even I got 10 more downvotes i dont care my friend, Thank you.
Nov
10
comment What is the right way to exit the interactive CLI of the command “rev”?
@AlistairBuxton I have mentioned all possibilities.
Nov
10
comment How to make a package manager wait if another instance of APT is running?
thats really a direct hit to my question. thanks :)
Nov
10
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to change default Dash Home name?
Nov
10
comment gdebi-core isn't recognized as a command
@Braiam Thank you my friend, :) .
Nov
10
revised gdebi-core isn't recognized as a command
added sudo
Nov
10
comment gdebi-core isn't recognized as a command
@Loko thats the problem with dependencies and sudo apt-get install -f can fix the issue.
Nov
10
comment gdebi-core isn't recognized as a command
do as sudo apt-get install -f
Nov
10
comment gdebi-core isn't recognized as a command
Actually it is gdebi and not gdebi-core while using. I have updated the answer.
Nov
10
comment gdebi-core isn't recognized as a command
@Loko ok Let me know.
Nov
10
answered gdebi-core isn't recognized as a command
Nov
10
revised rev wiki excerpt
added 44 characters in body
Nov
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Unity Locks Up in Live CD