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My setup:

  • Lubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr
  • vim (with YouCompleteMe)
  • Dvorak Simplified Keyboard layout
  • tmux
  • gcc, gdb, gmake, valgrind, and premake
  • C, C++, OpenGL ES 2.0, and SDL 2.0

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comment Unity doesn't load, no Launcher, no Dash appears
The fact that this is problem so common and long-lasting is, to me, rather disturbing. Does anyone know why this keeps happening, and what's causing it?
Oct
21
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
20
asked nm-applet: No Certificate Authority certificate chosen
Oct
20
accepted How do I detect if the current session is an SSH session via bash?
Oct
18
comment How do I detect if the current session is an SSH session via bash?
Excellent. This is exactly what I was looking for. I'll keep the question open for a few days, and then if this is still the best answer then I'll accept it.
Oct
18
asked How do I detect if the current session is an SSH session via bash?
Oct
9
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
20
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
4
asked How can I get distcc to work?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
10
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
5
comment Looking for a terminal
Ah, that's because there's no .vim folder. Try mkdir -p ~/.vim/colors, which will create both ~/.vim and ~/.vim/colors.
Jun
5
answered How do I get a gamepad to work? (Ubuntu 14.04, xbox 360 controller)
Jun
4
comment Looking for a terminal
@AmurayuYukiko Yes. That person has almost certainly used a pre-made theme to make vim look the way it does (vim supports themes and plugins, and has many of both). Unfortunately, I am not familiar with that particular theme - if you don't like vim's default look, I would suggest trying out Solarized, which I personally enjoy a lot. Aside from that, you might have to either (1) find the theme online through an exhaustive search or (2) hack an existing theme to your liking.
Jun
4
comment ls on home directory very slow
Hm. Try running du -hd 1 . (du measures Disk Usage), and see if any unreasonably large numbers pop up.
Jun
4
revised Looking for a terminal
Revised links and improved clarity.
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed ClickLock function?
Jun
4
comment ClickLock function?
Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! Would you please provide the function of "ClickLock" on Windows?