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User of Ubuntu since 11.04. Currently running 14.10. Amateur CLI geek. Interested in Javascript and, to a lesser extent, Python and Java.

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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
@Techdroid Which wallpaper does it reset exactly? LightDM's?
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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
Wait, no. What is that archey on line ~4? Comment that out by putting a # in front of it and try rebooting. Does the error still occur?
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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
@Techdroid Hmm, did all you add was the Android PATH stuff? Or did you edit more than that? The rest of it looks mostly default..
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revised Auto-Updater: Requires installation of untrusted packages
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comment Auto-Updater: Requires installation of untrusted packages
I'm guessing you have seen askubuntu.com/questions/117015/…?
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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
@Techdroid Did you miss my comment above? I still think the problem is there.
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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
Can you please add the contents of .bashrc to your question please? That's where I think the problem lies :)
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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
Can you list everything you have in startup applications as well as run source .bashrc. Do you get any errors?
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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
Upon reading the other question more closely I rather doubt the above command will turn out all that helpful. Have you modified any of the follow files (or any like them?): .bashrc, .bash_profile, /etc/environment, etc?
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comment “Are you sure you want to proceed?” on login
What does grep -r "xgamma" / 2> /dev/null turn up?
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reviewed Approve How do I get my laptop's Line In inlet to output sound?
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reviewed Approve How can I find the version of Ubuntu that is installed?
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reviewed Approve folder with IP address for name in Documents folder
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reviewed Leave Open Moving from Linux mint to Ubuntu
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comment Moving from Linux mint to Ubuntu
@danidee As practically none of us use Mint I'm not sure we can answer this here. It would probably be more appropriate over on Unix & Linux where they handle Mint questions. Is there a reason why you can't just install deja-dup and backup with that?
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revised How to escape @ symbol in enviroment file?
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comment How to escape @ symbol in enviroment file?
Have you tried changing the double quotes to single ones? Or am I misunderstanding? Another option might be adding a backslash (`\`) before the first @ character. If that doesn't work take a look here; serverfault.com/questions/506053/…
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comment Can't boot Ubuntu on Asus 1225B
Why were you installing 13.04? That's really old.
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revised How can I view the contents of tar.gz file without extracting from the command-line?
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revised How can I view the contents of tar.gz file without extracting from the command-line?
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