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comment How to set up and use a virtual python environment in Ubuntu?
@int_ua Thank you! I updated the answer.
Dec
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revised How to set up and use a virtual python environment in Ubuntu?
Removed info about alias because no longer needed.
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comment turn on off bluetooth from shell not from applet
The use of service is preferred over /etc /init.d/, but this works as well.
Nov
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answered Burg Custom Icons work only with specific themes
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comment Can I view Nvidia GPU usage?
@Joren, yes, because the question says "Nvidia GPU"...
Oct
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comment Workflow for creating math heavy notes and review sheets on Linux
I can recommend Gummi (dev.midnightcoding.org/projects/gummi) it shows you the latex and pdf side by side, and the pdf updates automatically when you stop typing, totally awesome :) Alternatively have a look at Sublime Text 3, together with the LaTexTools plugin it makes a great LaTex Editor (supports vim bindings :) ) and it uses latexmk to build your document (latexmk is a must have).
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comment How do I set WINE as default to run specific program
See my answer on the question I linked, it works perfectly ;)
Aug
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comment How do I get a list of non-LTS packages installed efficiently?
@ignis You could use something like this (it's ugly, but does the job I think): dpkg -l | grep 'ii' | awk ' {print $2}' | xargs apt-cache show | grep 'Package:\|Supported:' | awk 'BEGIN{lts=false;p="Non-LTS packages:"} {if ($1 == "Package:"){ if (lts == false){print p}; p=$2 } else if ($0 == "Supported: 5y"){lts=true}} END {if (lts == false) print p}'
Aug
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comment How do I get a list of non-LTS packages installed efficiently?
The purpose of this answer was to show that using xargs made the solution given by the OP much faster. If you want to list the individual packages you need a more complex script.
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comment Laptop monitor turns off when external monitors plugged in
Does Super+P do anything? (you might know the Super key as the Windows key) Also what driver are you using? (Look for Software & Updates and then in the Additional Drivers tab)
Aug
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accepted How do I replace/quit Unity in Ubuntu 13.04?