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Jan
15
comment Freeze on shutdown/restart and randomly - Xubuntu 15.10 - Acer Aspire ES1-512
Random freezing also doesn't seem to be happening anymore.
Jan
13
comment Freeze on shutdown/restart and randomly - Xubuntu 15.10 - Acer Aspire ES1-512
@bain: The answer to the question you linked to (disabling xHCI) has actually solved the shutdown/restart problem, I have now removed "acpi=off" to test if disabling xHCI also solves the random freezing problem. If you want, you can post this as an answer to my question and I'll keep testing the laptop and if I realized this also solves the random freezing problem, I'll accept your answer. Thanks.
Jan
13
comment Freeze on shutdown/restart and randomly - Xubuntu 15.10 - Acer Aspire ES1-512
@cameron: Thanks for the suggestion, but I already tried that to no avail.
Jan
11
comment Freeze on shutdown/restart and randomly - Xubuntu 15.10 - Acer Aspire ES1-512
yes, tried that as well
Jan
10
comment Freeze on shutdown/restart and randomly - Xubuntu 15.10 - Acer Aspire ES1-512
Thanks, but I tried installing the latest version and it didn't fix the shutdown problem..
Oct
1
comment Software center is crashing immediately in Ubuntu 12.04
works for me too
Jun
19
comment How to restrict user's access to the internet for time intervals?
I did all the steps and they worked (the internet access was limited) but after restarting, the internet was back on. I checked iptables -L OUTPUT and didn't find the rules I added...
May
25
comment Bluetooth not installed properly - Xubuntu 14.04
i appreciate the effort but what are you talking about? I never mentioned a Bluetooth headset. this answer doesn't relate to my question...
May
25
comment Bluetooth not installed properly - Xubuntu 14.04
I tried that but I still get the "No adapters found" error...
May
25
comment Bring back `BackSpace` Keyboard Shortcuts on nautilus and thunar
maybe you need root access? for example, if you are using gedit to modify the text file, then press alt+f2 and type "gksudo gedit" then open the file and edit it.
May
14
comment Bring back `BackSpace` Keyboard Shortcuts on nautilus and thunar
@Tareq: well, what I wrote is for Thunar... Did you try Achu's answer?: askubuntu.com/a/289540/815
May
13
comment Bring back `BackSpace` Keyboard Shortcuts on nautilus and thunar
@Tareq: Are you using Thunar or Nautilus? Ubuntu comes with Nautilus by default...