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Apr
10
comment How can I set default terminal used in Unity?
Works fine for me on 13.10.
May
11
revised Getting VI to auto syntax highlight and autoindent
Some minor style and spelling fixes
May
11
suggested suggested edit on Getting VI to auto syntax highlight and autoindent
Mar
10
awarded  Critic
Mar
10
comment Ugly font after KDE installation
This is also working for me, please select it as the answer.
Mar
5
answered Persistent notifications in Unity
Mar
5
answered how to correctly change machine name?
Mar
5
comment icons missing after upgrading Xubuntu
I see that now you're compiz. When I installed compiz on xubuntu, my whole set up was ruined. Did you recently install compiz?
Mar
5
answered How do I install ubuntu on a laptop that has had its windows operating system removed?
Feb
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
26
awarded  Editor
Feb
26
awarded  Supporter
Feb
26
awarded  Teacher
Dec
28
answered Why doesn't “whereis” locate a file?
Dec
28
comment What is the Default Theme in Xubuntu 12.10
You can take it as an insult if that is your interpretation, but it's not what I said. First you tell me "I have not installed xfce", now you tell me "I am using a desktop environment called as XFCE". You're saying two contradicting things here. I'm trying to help you here, not make fun of you. So are you running xfce or not? What I understood from you was that you were running a different desktop enviroment and you wanted the Xubuntu look for that enviroment. If you're running XFCE, you can simple download the theme from this link.
Dec
25
revised Xubuntu 12.04: wrong time; change system language
deleted 6 characters in body
Dec
25
revised Xubuntu 12.04: wrong time; change system language
Fixed typo
Dec
25
answered Xubuntu 12.04: wrong time; change system language
Dec
24
revised What is the Default Theme in Xubuntu 12.10
added 188 characters in body
Dec
24
comment What is the Default Theme in Xubuntu 12.10
What desktop environment are you using? KDE?