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Apr
12
asked Can't change keyboard layout in some Qt programs
Jun
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Jun
12
comment How do I downgrade Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 13.04
I think you should try to view rhythmbox's dependencies, for example, in Synaptic and try to upgrade them manually. It will help you find out which dependency can't be upgraded and why. AFAIR, sometimes this problem can be caused by a change in package's dependencies, when package manager needs to remove a previously neccessary aux package, and it doesn't want to do it without your confirmation. But I'm very unsure. :-(
May
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May
13
comment How do I install the latest OpenOffice.org?
I just would like to make it clear for the author of question: it is important to install all packages at once, that's why dpkg -i *.deb can't be replaced with multiple dpkg -i %package% commands unless you guess the correct order of installation to resolve all dependencies. That's the only problem that makes it a bad idea to use graphical package installers for these DEB packages.
May
12
comment Can't write in terminal
What about trying another terminal emulator? And did you try to login the console at Ctrl+Alt+F1 or Ctrl+Alt+F2?
May
12
answered How uninstall a program?
May
10
answered Switch desktop without sign out
May
9
answered Make a program run in a terminal
May
9
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May
9
comment How do I downgrade Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 13.04
Yes, your system can't resolve dependencies because the required packages are not in current repositories but in quantal. I've updated my answer to explain where to get them manually. (Alternatively, you can add quantal repositories to sources.list, but I'm not sure if it is a problem-free solution.)
May
9
revised How do I downgrade Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 13.04
Added more detailed instructions.
May
7
answered How do I downgrade Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 13.04
Nov
10
comment NTFS partition suddenly becomes unavailiable
(If somebody reads this, googling for solution, maybe it will be useful.) Command ntfsls --force /dev/sda7 shows list of directories in the partition root. It can make you less nervous when you're thinking «Where the f*ck are my files?» but unfortunately doesn't solve the problem. :-( (Keep on googling. I haven't found the solution yet.)
Nov
2
comment NTFS partition suddenly becomes unavailiable
Unfortunately, not. Today, while I was away but my computer was turned on, it happened again. When I came back, I entered umount /media/data, then mount /media/data (all under root, of course), and everything works now. This helps sometimes, but it never helps immediately after the problem: I need to wait. :-( Or reboot, which is usually quicker.
Oct
31
comment NTFS partition suddenly becomes unavailiable
Too late :-) I managed to boot after this already.
Oct
31
comment NTFS partition suddenly becomes unavailiable
paste.ubuntu.com/1321132 — is it that case? «Partition table entries are not in disk order»... :-/