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Apr
22
comment How do I list the default installed packages?
@Seth For Ubuntu, the .manifest files are available for any supported releases at releases.ubuntu.com and other flavours continue to have the files at the cdimage server.
Apr
17
comment Ethernet connection not recognized and no WiFi options are displayed
In simpler terms, your networking devices are likely supported by Ubuntu. But Windows is having control over the networking devices and doesn't allow other system to use it. A simple workaround is to use a different hardware i.e. USB external Wi-Fi adapter instead. Software wise, there is no easy solution for this kind of issue. Other users may have better answer.
Apr
16
comment Ethernet connection not recognized and no WiFi options are displayed
Related: This post has described similar issue for [168c:0041] (rev 20) WiFi device. But since your setup is a dual-boot system, it may be a known issue due to the setup.
Apr
16
revised Music player with searchable library, that supports multiple artists?
Added web optimized GIF animated image (~165 kB) to replace multiple large screenshots (~406 kB); Revised text under "Filtering in action".
Apr
12
comment XFCE: Hiding an application from the taskbar
I revisited Devil's Pie and Devilspie2, then figured out why hiding doesn't work as expected in Xfce. Rolled back and updated my answer as below.
Apr
12
revised XFCE: Hiding an application from the taskbar
Updated overall answer, which has been reorganized and well tested; Now includes both Devil's Pie and Devilspie2; Quoted and linked to the original answer for reference.
Apr
12
awarded  Cleanup
Apr
12
revised XFCE: Hiding an application from the taskbar
rolled back to a previous revision
Apr
12
revised XFCE: Hiding an application from the taskbar
Updated text to make it work in Xfce.
Apr
8
comment XFCE notifications are covered by fullscreen
Related: This post suggested to use urgency option for notify-send. However, the urgency applies only for custom notifications and not for built-in ones i.e. volume slider.
Apr
4
reviewed Reviewed HowTo: Upgrade java on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?
Apr
4
comment HowTo: Upgrade java on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?
+1 for likely relevant answer. For curious users, the rationale of this solution is explained in this blog post.
Apr
4
awarded  Revival
Mar
28
comment Is it bad to have Qt apps on a GTK evironment?
Two months later, I have posted an answer below. While you may disagree, I couldn't find any relevant lead to the claim after all.
Mar
28
answered Is it bad to have Qt apps on a GTK evironment?
Mar
20
reviewed No Action Needed Problems with Ubuntu and the Windows 10 Upgrade
Mar
20
reviewed No Action Needed How to remove Dual booting option and partition of Ubuntu?
Mar
20
reviewed Reviewed ssh-agent – What does this process do?
Mar
20
reviewed Reviewed Running from external USB drive (not stick drive)
Mar
20
reviewed No Action Needed Can't install (or reinstall) Ubuntu