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Been using Linux since the mid 90s; Red Hat, then Debian, then Ubuntu.

Trying to adjust to Unity, but keep falling back to xfce.

Full-time Python programmer. Android user.


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comment Keyboard sticks randomly
While this might be a workaround, it doesn't address the fact that there's is some underlying bug -- most likely an IRQ problem -- that causes the key to stick. It's also an annoying work around, as then things as simple as holding down an error key to navigate text is broken.
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comment How do I configure LVDS+DisplayPort+DisplayPort using an Nvidia chipset?
I'll give it a try, thanks.
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revised How do I configure LVDS+DisplayPort+DisplayPort using an Nvidia chipset?
Add xrandr output
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revised How do I configure LVDS+DisplayPort+DisplayPort using an Nvidia chipset?
Add xrandr output
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comment How do I configure LVDS+DisplayPort+DisplayPort using an Nvidia chipset?
Is this a Debian package?
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accepted Nepomuk is not indexing files
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revised Nepomuk is not indexing files
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accepted My Kubuntu box has been dropping out of X intermittently with a kernel panic. How do I find out what it means?
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answered My Kubuntu box has been dropping out of X intermittently with a kernel panic. How do I find out what it means?
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asked My Kubuntu box has been dropping out of X intermittently with a kernel panic. How do I find out what it means?
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comment Is there a way to stop KDE from overwriting my other WM settings?
I think you mean desktop environment, not window manager. The window manager is just kwin, and I doubt it's modifying any files. The desktop environment is much more than just the window manager.