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I like Linux and computer programming. What drew me to Ubuntu is the vibrant community. Though I am yet a high school student, I want to explore the boundaries more earnestly.

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May
14
comment What LibreOffice format works best in MS Office?
Then, we have to consider formatting.
Apr
30
comment Setting nautilus-open-terminal to launch Terminator rather than gnome-terminal
On 13.04, it would be... gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.applications.terminal exec /usr/bin/terminator and gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.applications.terminal exec-arg "-x"
Apr
29
comment How can I install Adobe AIR?
Incredible answer! It was extremely clear and one of the best answers I've seen on this site. I can now install AIR packages at ease.
Mar
24
comment Trouble with Installing Daily Build Geary
This is the result of apt-cache of Geary on my raring. For some reason, I have three geary packages installed in my system. How can I get rid of the two?
Mar
24
comment Trouble with Installing Daily Build Geary
I edited my question to show another ppa. I also tried their daily build ppa. Note that the raring package was around since March 22, and to this day, I can't get the raring package from that repository.
Nov
22
comment Why don't some packages in lp exist in the Ubuntu Software Centre?
Actually, my other question is: is it part of MOTU's job to bring that "some" packages into Ubuntu Software Center?
Sep
23
comment Set default printer settings libreoffice
Thanks very much!
Jun
21
comment Why do important system processes exhibit lower valued priorities?
But why do some utilities try to correct this by giving the important processes higher valued priorities?
Jun
20
comment Is Ubuntu an embedded Linux system?
very useful. So I'm guessing that real-time OSes are the ones in our desktops and laptops, the embedded systems in our handhelds.
Jun
20
comment Is Ubuntu an embedded Linux system?
Ah! So embedded systems are typically found in mobile platforms, like iOS and Android.