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Apr
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answered How can I fix my WPA-EAP certificate problem?
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awarded  Notable Question
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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accepted 12.10 system with optimus, bumblebee and nvidia current wont install
Oct
29
answered EFI - GPT dual-boot quantal AMD64 - impossible boot windows 7
Oct
29
answered Is the 32 GB Nexus 7 compatible with Ubuntu?
Oct
29
answered 12.10 system with optimus, bumblebee and nvidia current wont install
Oct
28
comment 12.10 system with optimus, bumblebee and nvidia current wont install
It is a gtx620m, I already have the x-swat ppa but for precise as there is none yet for quantal.
Oct
28
comment Both 12.10&12.04 Installation freeze
Have you tried to boot with nomodeset ?
Oct
28
asked 12.10 system with optimus, bumblebee and nvidia current wont install
Jan
30
comment Fix for blinking Nvidia GTX 460m?
What does it do ? Does it only set the card to Maximum performance or it really fix the blinking when switching gpu frequency ?
Dec
15
comment Changing column numbering system in Calc (spreadsheet), Not the formatting
That did it... awesome, now if I want to get rid of Column A, I will lose the data has column B is the formula... How do I get the result to be the value of the cell itself, I tried to do a copy/special paste with only text but it adds a 'before the number, it is not visible in the cell itself but it is in the input line. Will that reflect in my table ?
Dec
15
awarded  Scholar
Dec
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accepted Changing column numbering system in Calc (spreadsheet), Not the formatting
Dec
15
comment How to change path of partition in Grub2
Just to clear things up, you moved it to second partition or second drive ? the letter after "sd" (sdA, sdB) is a physical drive, the number (sda1, sda2) is a partition on the same drive.... So, sda1 is the first partition of the first physical drive, sdb1 is the first partition of the second physical drive.
Dec
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asked Changing column numbering system in Calc (spreadsheet), Not the formatting
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awarded  Supporter
Dec
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comment Dual Boot. Broken Windows 7 MBR and Grub
yes, unless you had put Grub over Win7. Once your win7 boot is restored, you may need to log again with the ubuntu live disk, go in a terminal and type "sudo grub-update" so it points the items (ubuntu and win7) to the proper partition
Dec
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Dec
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answered What strategies (especially available software) do you use to keep passwords safe?