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Jul
19
awarded  Necromancer
May
11
accepted Configure xvfb for Vivid (15.04) as a service using systemd
May
9
comment Configure xvfb for Vivid (15.04) as a service using systemd
Your answer here superuser.com/a/912648/183672 gives the complete example without the hardcoded :99 that allows multiple screens to be started as a service.
May
8
comment Message on each startup of Java after upgrade to 15.04
There is a bug filed against Ubuntu for this: bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/jayatana/+bug/1441487
May
8
answered Configure xvfb for Vivid (15.04) as a service using systemd
May
8
asked Configure xvfb for Vivid (15.04) as a service using systemd
May
6
comment Where are GNOME keyboard shortcuts stored?
I've integrated your changes into the accepted answer.
May
6
revised Where are GNOME keyboard shortcuts stored?
integrate changes by another user
Apr
26
revised Automatically reconnect wireless connection
make script more compact and indent it
Apr
26
suggested approved edit on Automatically reconnect wireless connection
Apr
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
6
awarded  Yearling
Mar
31
answered How do I check for release updates that are not beta but might not be LTS?
Mar
31
asked How do I check for release updates that are not beta but might not be LTS?
Mar
23
comment Is there software that can fill PDF forms?
This software was easy to install and worked for me. I was able to add text and images on top of the PDF and export it back to PDF format.
Mar
17
comment How to force logout of Kubuntu local desktop user
SIGTERM is the default signal, so the -TERM option can be omitted and you can just use sudo killall -u adam.
Mar
10
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
11
comment 10 million files in one folder
Another option for caching that would fit your model better might be memcached or redis. They are key value stores (so they act like a single directory and you access items just by name). Redis is persistent (won't lose data when it is restarted) where as memcached is for more temporary items.
Feb
6
revised rotated monitor. login screen needs rotation
incorporate elecric head's suggestion of xrandr command directly in the config file
Jan
3
awarded  Revival