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An sporadic but excited user of Ubuntu.


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comment Is it legal to install msttcorefonts package? Is Wine legal?
Thanks for your answers, it clears out a few doubts I had. Thanks for the comments also - from what you said then, I can install both msttcorefonts and flashplugin-installer without infringing any copyright laws, but these packages can't come with Ubuntu by default, is that it @Eliah?
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comment Is it legal to install msttcorefonts package? Is Wine legal?
Thanks for the answer and for you comment @Eliah. This answer reinforces what I think is true about msttcorefonts, but I'll try to read the terms with extra care before I install it futurely - that is, in case I do. I own an Adobe Photoshop's license and I was wondering if I could run it under Linux, but besides the information you've provided about Wine, I'll try to contact Adobe regarding this matter. Thanks a lot!
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comment Is it legal to install msttcorefonts package? Is Wine legal?
Thanks for your comments. I understand the questions regarding law can vary based on where you are, so I guess asking a brazilian lawyer is a good advice for my particular case. Thanks!
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Apr
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comment How can I stop terminal and firefox from launching on startup?
About xubuntu, well, xfce runs much faster than gnome for me (I'm running linux in a notebook) and since xubuntu comes with it by default, I picked it up :)
Apr
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comment How can I stop terminal and firefox from launching on startup?
Thanks @dewb! I've checked which apps were opening at startup but neither Firefox or xterminal (xfce terminal) were in the list (I have posted what worked out for me under @desgua's answer).
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comment How can I stop terminal and firefox from launching on startup?
Thanks a lot @desgua! You helped me find the solution: I just had to remove all files in ~/.cache/sessions/ and that's it - no unwanted apps loading on session startup anymore.
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comment How can I stop terminal and firefox from launching on startup?
Thanks a lot for your comment @Matthew but that wasn't really the case this time. I'll keep an eye on those settings though for a possible similar event in the future!
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