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bio website rafalcieslak.wordpress.com
location Wroclaw, Poland
age 20
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
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I am an Ubuntu Member living in Poland.

I can help others at programming, MIDI and audio setups, audio software, insight into the community, python tricks, GTK hacking, and some general ubuntu setups.

I try to visit this site regularly, as I love helping others - which means I try to answer whenever I can! :)


Apr
18
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
28
revised How to play Diablo III on Ubuntu?
fixed wording, removed unnecessary redundancies in title
Feb
23
awarded  Constituent
Feb
10
awarded  Caucus
Feb
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is an Internet connectivity indicator applet available for the Unity panel?
Feb
5
revised How to hide some icons in System Settings?
edited tags; edited title
Jan
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
19
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How to get Nvidia Settings to stick
Jan
19
revised How to get Nvidia Settings to stick
improved formating
Jan
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to install ubuntu 13.04 in ativ book 9 lite
Jan
12
comment I accidentally overwrite /etc/bash.bashrc file. Please give the default content
This, however, requires root privileges.
Jan
6
comment Command to open new terminal window from the current terminal?
Interesting. You are apparently right, however, I am not wrong neither :) I've just checked that in details. If I run gnome-terminal while another instance of it is already running (it may be the one I'm using to launch this command) - it indeed finishes immediately, because instead of running a new instance gnome-terminal, it tells that currently running one to open a new window. Tricky. But if I run gnome-terminal from anything else, and there are no other instances of gnome-terminal running, it does as I explained in the previous comment, blocking the terminal used to launch it.
Jan
6
comment Command to open new terminal window from the current terminal?
You probably want to run it in the background, like that: gnome-terminal &. Otherwise the current terminal will be unusable, as it will be busy running that other one - so you end up with just one usable terminal, which may be missing the point.
Jan
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Ubuntu 12.04 automatically boots, no GRUB menu
Jan
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on SSH Stopped working
Dec
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Nautilus not generating thumbnails in 13.10
Dec
28
revised How to get output from upstart jobs when logged in via SSH?
Fixed typo that would prevent the script from running
Dec
15
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
14
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
12
awarded  Guru