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answered Cannot apply unity --reset after modifying files
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answered Recovering an Ubuntu installation - Ubuntu eats itself after 'sudo apt-get install -f'
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answered Audio stopped working suddenly in 12.04
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answered Ubuntu swappiness
Aug
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answered How to uninstall LibreOffice?
Aug
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answered Is there a way to use multiple instances of Chromium or Firefox?
Aug
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comment Is it possible to install gnome-shell extended places extension in 12.04
I found the mentioned second "places" app. It seems to be much more powerfull than the first one. But it hasnt shortcuts for filezilla or virtual box either. Anyhow I think its worth to have a look at it. extensions.gnome.org/extension/299/all-in-one-places
Aug
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comment What can I do to make Unity more memory-efficient?
vEliahKagan/jokerdino: Im sorry, but i dont understand what you want me to do :-( im not native english speaker and new to AskUbuntu ;-)
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answered Is it possible to install gnome-shell extended places extension in 12.04
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answered What can I do to make Unity more memory-efficient?
Aug
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comment How can I run everything as root
Well I dont know. Ive always set a passwort for root. Eg. if your new user password is lost or forgotten, or you couldnt log into your account for whatever reason you could repair this issue, when having activate the root user. Its a second chance. I dont see no obvious reason not to set root password. But I know its almost a religious discussion with good argument on both sides ;-)
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answered What can I do to make Unity more memory-efficient?
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answered Sudo doesn't work
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answered What are all the good music players available in ubuntu?
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comment Why to choose low latency kernel over generic or realtime ones?
Did you mean my answer ObsessiveFOSS? Short answer: because it introduces more overhead in the kernel. You may read this interesting article if you want to get more information: versalogic.com/mediacenter/whitepapers/wp_linux_rt.asp