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Oct
12
reviewed Close Unable to intall libboost
Oct
12
reviewed Close installing ubuntu on windows 8 ubuntu doesn't load
Oct
12
reviewed Close How to format a USB or external drive in 13.04?
Oct
12
reviewed Leave Open Rounded corners at the bottom of the window?
Oct
12
reviewed Close Where do I find a linux 3.9 kernel?
Oct
12
reviewed Close Getting network adress, but no internet
Oct
12
reviewed Close Issue with Updating in Ubuntu 12.04 Running on Flash Drive
Oct
12
reviewed Close Just installed ubuntu 13.04 and cannot login
Oct
11
comment Are micro/ultra DVD drives (i.e. those without drawers) supported?
If it does not have a tray then you obviously can not tell it to close the tray.
Oct
11
comment Why am I seeing only 8 colors in terminal (Xterm)?
The first screen shot is a graphical version of vim, not a command line one.
Oct
11
reviewed Close Publish website with own DNS server and domain name
Oct
11
reviewed Close Unable to boot into Ubuntu 12.10 installed outside windows 8
Oct
11
reviewed Leave Open Integration multiple internet connections ISPUnity vs Ubuntu Bonding
Oct
11
reviewed Close Btrfs fsck running on boot every time?
Oct
11
comment Btrfs fsck running on boot every time?
Not sure what you are reading, but if a fsck is run, you'll know it.
Oct
11
reviewed Close Strace : ERRORS in access
Oct
11
comment Strace : ERRORS in access
General programming questions should be asked on stackoverflow instead of askubuntu. I can tell you that you are barking up the wrong tree: access() just lets the program know whether it has access to a file or not, it does not kill it. Also I'd bet that if you have a look at dmesg you will see that the out of memory killer killed the program for hogging too much memory.
Oct
11
reviewed Close ubuntu touch on galaxy tab 3 p5210
Oct
11
comment improve battery life by freezing (unload from cpu & memory) unused programs
"unload from cpu" is nonsense. If a program is doing something, it uses the cpu, if it is not, it does not. If it's sitting in the background quietly waiting for you, then it won't be using any cpu. It's memory will also be swapped out to disk if other programs need the memory.
Oct
11
comment Is the Linux kernel required to run Linux?
Question does not make sense. If you are not running linux, then you are not running linux.