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I prefer usually challenging questions, while I may spend some time on easier ones trying to explain something that used to be difficult for me.

My preference goes to algorithms, and C, a language that I've liked and known for a long time, while I like also to visit server fault and its many interesting and challenging system, DB, nginx, ... questions and answers.

Linux has been my working environment for almost 10 years. And a (few) Mac for leisure.


Feb
11
awarded  Caucus
Oct
15
comment Alt-Tab does not switch
Better yet for gnome classic users: when log in, just ensure (click the foot icon) to start Gnome classic No effects. The no-effect version seems to have Alt-tab working.
Oct
15
comment Alt-Tab does not switch
@Matthew Finally got it to work: in ccsm > Ubuntu Unity Plugin > Switcher, ensure <Alt>Tab is set for "Key to start the switcher", then "Back", then click the checkbox (to get it checked) near Ubuntu Unity Plugin - after a few warnings and key conflicts resolution, that should work!
Oct
15
comment Alt-Tab does not switch
Same problem here.
Sep
28
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
20
awarded  Popular Question
May
2
comment Slow boot after clean install of Natty
This page from ubuntuforums.org fixed my similar problem: ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=11388915&postcount=18
May
2
comment How to Boot with no splash screen
The recovery options is not the solution, but it helps to see the messages, so +1. For info, I fixed the initial problem thanks to ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=11388915&postcount=18
May
1
awarded  Commentator
May
1
comment How to Boot with no splash screen
Unfortunately that doesn't work.
Apr
30
asked How to Boot with no splash screen
Jan
12
revised How do I recover my applets / settings in the GNOME fallback session after a 11.10 upgrade?
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Jan
12
comment How do I recover my applets / settings in the GNOME fallback session after a 11.10 upgrade?
Sorry but... move from where? Do you mean recreate one by one? This is what I want to avoid. Some applets may have been obsoleted - but I want to recover also all the icons / shortcuts which I created either manually or using the "Add to panel" option. Is there a tip like a cp .gnome?/something/files .newgnome?/somethingelse that would make these icons appear on the top panel, as it used to be the case in 10.04?
Jan
12
awarded  Editor
Jan
12
revised How do I recover my applets / settings in the GNOME fallback session after a 11.10 upgrade?
edited title
Jan
12
asked How do I recover my applets / settings in the GNOME fallback session after a 11.10 upgrade?
Dec
30
awarded  Yearling
Dec
30
accepted Ubuntu One sync seems frozen?
Aug
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
3
awarded  Popular Question