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  • started web programming in 1997
  • have been working as professional web developer since 2003
  • cs student since 2009, currently doing my masters in software engineering
  • working as freelance web backend developer on various better and lesser known projects

Mar
23
awarded  Editor
Mar
23
revised Vagrant fails to load because grub2 waits for kernel selection after ungraceful shutdown
make question more clear
Mar
23
comment Vagrant fails to load because grub2 waits for kernel selection after ungraceful shutdown
Thanks for pointing out this answer. However, this solution also contains a lot of manual steps and I wondered if there exists some "automatic" way to fix this.
Mar
23
asked Vagrant fails to load because grub2 waits for kernel selection after ungraceful shutdown
Feb
14
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
7
comment Ubuntu 13.10, virtualbox 4.2.16r86992, vm with bridge or host only network does not start
It seems like the bug has already been fixed in the official vagrant package. After running apt-get upgrade virtualbox it works again.
Nov
4
comment After upgrading to 13.10, no applications are visible in the application lens
Ran apt-get install unity-scope-home and all items are back again :) Thank you!
Nov
4
awarded  Scholar
Nov
4
accepted After upgrading to 13.10, no applications are visible in the application lens
Oct
28
awarded  Student
Oct
28
asked After upgrading to 13.10, no applications are visible in the application lens
Oct
27
comment Localhost printer stuck at “Rendering Completed”
I had the very same problem with an USB HP Laserjet P1005 and Ubuntu 13.10. Re-installing hplip did not do the trick for me. However, it worked after deleting hplip altogether and re-installing the printer via the GUI.
Oct
21
comment 12.10 Unity GUI Not Displaying
@JorgeCastro I don't think so, because I had the very same problem with an ATI graphic card.
Oct
21
comment 12.10 Unity GUI Not Displaying
I had exactly the same problem with an ATI Radeon HD 4500 card. The package fglrx was not installed on my system, but fglrx-updates and fglrx-amdcccle-updates. I removed those two packages and rebooted the system and everything was back in place. So +1 for your answer - I probably would never have figured it out otherwise!
Jun
7
comment How to make Gimp run as a single window?
I usually also prefer pre-compiled binaries, but for Gimp 2.8 there actually is a really nice step by step guide on how to compile it: gimpusers.com/tutorials/compiling-gimp-for-ubuntu
Jun
7
awarded  Supporter
Jun
1
awarded  Autobiographer