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Jul
20
comment How to install RabbitVCS on Ubuntu 15.04?
Is there a third line missing in your answer? Once I've added getdeb to that .list file, what's next? I found that I could now do sudo apt-get install rabbitvcs-nautilus-3.0 (not sure whether that "-3.0" is new due to your answer), and after I did a killall nautilus && nautilus I still did not have any new items in my right-click menu -- but I do have those icon overlays I mentioned above. I feel that there's a step missing that I haven't discovered yet.
Jun
25
comment “mount” does not recognize my drive
Thank you Psusi! I've now installed the drive and it is now recognized perfectly and works as it should.
Jun
24
comment “mount” does not recognize my drive
D'oh! That sounds plausible, I didn't think of that. Thanks. I'll open my desktop computer and connect the disk properly, then see if that helps.
Jun
24
comment “mount” does not recognize my drive
@waltinator I updated my question with details for you. Now it's being reported as only 746GB but I am certain that I am looking at the right disk.
Jun
23
comment Incredible compiz CPU usage!
A working solution is described here - I hope it helps you as much as it helped me!
Jun
23
comment Is this CPU usage normal for Xorg?
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Jun
23
comment Compiz consuming lot of cpu when display is off in 12.04
A working solution is described here - I hope it helps you as much as it helped me!
Jun
23
comment What to do against high CPU load caused by compiz and/or gnome-shell?
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Jun
23
comment 100% CPU usage Ubuntu 14.04 compiz
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Jun
23
comment Compiz cpu usage too high after update
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Jun
23
comment Ubuntu 14.04 Compiz taking lot of CPU resources
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Jun
23
comment Compiz at 30% of CPU on Thinkpad T420
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Jun
23
comment Compiz using 40% CPU on Ubuntu 13.10
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Jun
23
comment Xorg and compiz using 20% of CPU
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Jun
23
comment Compiz eating all CPU
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Jun
23
comment High CPU with compiz and Ubuntu 14
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Jun
23
comment Compiz using high CPU
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Jun
23
comment Compiz using 8% - 25% cpu continually
Also documented here which additionally suggests to change the "Texture Filter" from "Good" to "Fast".
Jun
5
comment Why is /boot so small?
Thank you for the educational background, that was helpful! So it would seem I chose to use LVM when I installed my system - I don't know, can't remember (and I'm not at the machine now so I can't look it up). Would it make sense to back up everything and reinstall from scratch?
Jun
5
comment Why is /boot so small?
@Pilot6 I installed Ubuntu myself, using the friendly non-geek installer, and didn't select encryption. There's a 128GB SSD for the OS and a 3TB HDD for /home.