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Jan
7
comment Cannot install Ubuntu on my laptop
Can you give us a little more information, for instance what laptop you have?
Jan
7
suggested approved edit on Cannot install Ubuntu on my laptop
Jan
7
comment Turning down wireless button turns down external usb wireless. Lubuntu 12.10
Possible duplicate of askubuntu.com/questions/168032/…
Jan
7
comment /var/log/cups keeps increasing while the cups service is stopped
hmm, can you also post the output of tail /var/log/cups/error_log?
Jan
7
revised How do I get a list of non-LTS packages installed efficiently?
edited tags
Jan
7
comment How do I get a list of non-LTS packages installed efficiently?
I think not, see my edit.
Jan
7
revised How do I get a list of non-LTS packages installed efficiently?
added maximum argument length
Jan
7
answered How do I get a list of non-LTS packages installed efficiently?
Jan
7
answered How to prevent XBMC from shutting down or suspending your computer?
Jan
7
asked How to prevent XBMC from shutting down or suspending your computer?
Jan
7
comment How can I adjust system volume from within XBMC?
doesn't work yet in Frodo RC
Jan
7
revised How can I adjust system volume from within XBMC?
added explanation about volume boost
Jan
7
revised /var/log/cups keeps increasing while the cups service is stopped
improved title, made question more condense
Jan
7
suggested approved edit on /var/log/cups keeps increasing while the cups service is stopped
Jan
7
comment /var/log/cups keeps increasing while the cups service is stopped
Can you post the output of ls -lhS /var/log/cups/ | head
Jan
6
comment Ubuntu has LTS and normal version now. Does Lubuntu have the same?
Am I correct in assuming that you use the 'regular' Ubuntu 12.04 as base, and want to install LXDE after installation?
Jan
6
revised Does 12.04 LXDE have LTS?
corrected hyperlink, changed title
Jan
6
suggested approved edit on Does 12.04 LXDE have LTS?
Jan
6
comment Force file extension to open with specific app (Extensions like .exe, .jpg, .mp4…)
Found a better, more "Ubuntu-ish" option ;)
Jan
6
answered Force file extension to open with specific app (Extensions like .exe, .jpg, .mp4…)