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Aug
10
awarded  Yearling
Jul
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
10
comment How can I update vim to a newer version than 11.04's repo version (7.3.35)
@Von: The package exists; try again or check your sources.
Oct
11
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
2
awarded  Famous Question
Aug
12
accepted Is there a standard or recommended sound lib in Ubuntu?
May
25
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
19
comment Any PPAs for Google's Go Language?
I've installed this PPA and I seem to have all the relevant packages installed (stable version). But where are the executables? I'm trying the usual ones - 6g and 6l are not in the path.
Jan
30
asked Is there a standard or recommended sound lib in Ubuntu?
Jan
23
awarded  Yearling
Jan
23
answered How can I update vim to a newer version than 11.04's repo version (7.3.35)
Jan
13
awarded  Commentator
Jan
13
comment Where can I find Vim 7.3?
This helped me a lot. Thanks!
Jan
8
comment How do you get the Broadcom BCM4306 wireless card working?
I had the same problem (the packages were installed successfully but the card didn't work). It turned out it had been blacklisted. Editing one file and rebooting solved the issue. See first answer in this question: askubuntu.com/questions/38327/…
Dec
14
comment Why is Unity (Compiz) consuming more and more RAM?
Warning: the previous command should be unity --replace & when executed from the console.
Oct
14
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
19
accepted System doesn't boot unless I hit enter
Jul
19
answered System doesn't boot unless I hit enter
Jun
22
accepted “io: postinst-must-call-ldconfig” when creating a package
Jun
22
comment “io: postinst-must-call-ldconfig” when creating a package
This was it. The debian folder had a postinst.ex file meant to be an example. I renamed it to postinst, modified it so that ldconfig was called when the installation was done correctly, and the warning is gone now. Thanks!