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seen Jul 23 at 12:23

Jul
7
comment Recovering from tty
Yes, CTRL-ALT-F7 fixes it; CTRL-ALT-F1 was what puts me into tty in the first place. Thanks!
Jul
7
accepted Recovering from tty
Jul
6
asked Recovering from tty
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
29
answered Plugged in, battery not charging, not running down
Jun
29
asked Plugged in, battery not charging, not running down
Jun
1
accepted How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
Jun
1
revised How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
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Jun
1
comment How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
Thanks, that did it.
Jun
1
comment How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
@Rho I edited the post to state where gimp.desktop is found
Jun
1
comment How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
@Xubu-Tur Thanks, I added this.
Jun
1
revised How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
diagnostic output
Jun
1
comment How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
Note that find . -name gimp.desktop in base dir only produces ./usr/share/applications/gimp.desktop and nothing else
Jun
1
revised How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
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Jun
1
asked How do I stop Gimp from autolaunching on startup?
Feb
23
accepted How do I calibrate colors without extra hardware, like dccw.exe on Windows?
Feb
23
revised How do I calibrate colors without extra hardware, like dccw.exe on Windows?
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Feb
23
comment How do I calibrate colors without extra hardware, like dccw.exe on Windows?
Thank you. But don't you need extra hardware (measuring instrument) to do this? I'm looking for a utility that will let me calibrate colors by looking at specific photographs and adjusting colors to make the photos look a certain way, as the Windows tool does.
Feb
22
asked How do I calibrate colors without extra hardware, like dccw.exe on Windows?
Feb
12
accepted How do I set permissions on a network-shared folder?