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answered `startx` fails. could not find module by name='nvidia_304'
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comment `startx` fails. could not find module by name='nvidia_304'
I'm getting the same error on Ubuntu 14.04.1 (startx or in /var/log/lightdm/x-0.log) name='nvidia_331'. Graphical environment fails to start after a recent upgrade + reboot. @vembutech, nvidia-current is not installed. I'm suspecting this is due to me installing proprietary Nvidia drivers (via the standard Setting GUI menu).
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revised How can I tell whether my Firefox is 32 bit or 64 bit?
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comment Gnome Terminal tabs ugly and oversized
adamnfish, +1 for the question but I suggest unmarking the Screen suggestion as the correct answer. GNU Screen rocks but that does not mean that Terminal tabs should be ugly
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comment Gnome Terminal tabs ugly and oversized
Problem is well described here old.nabble.com/…
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comment Gnome Terminal tabs ugly and oversized
-1 Sometimes I need to use screen, sometimes I need to used tabs. I would like both of them to look nice.
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comment How to get dpkg working again?
wget downloads a list of files. md5sum check-sums your system files. The commands don't output anything but they produces 2 files: dpkg-1.16.0~ubuntu7-file-list and my-dpkg-checksums
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answered How to fix PostgreSQL installation
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comment Adjusting display geometry in a virtual machine?
Here is Parallels 5 Desktop for Mac without a serial key it will only work for 30 days. You should still be able to use it to test things.