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Bèr Kessels is entrepeneur and owner of webdevelopment company berk.es. Open Source Webdelopment. Specialised in Ruby, Rails and Sinatra.


May
21
comment disk space lacking
In addition, on a desktop, .xsession-errors can grow really large, when you have display-problems.
May
21
suggested suggested edit on disk space lacking
May
3
accepted 13.04 stopped playing streams in Rhythbox and totem
May
1
comment 13.04 stopped playing streams in Rhythbox and totem
I did not know about radio-lenses, but this strengthens my idea that this is a gstreamer-bug.
May
1
asked 13.04 stopped playing streams in Rhythbox and totem
Apr
29
awarded  Teacher
Apr
25
asked Simplest sync option to mirror local directory with USB on plug-in
Apr
24
accepted Avoid “save for web” in Gimp
Apr
23
comment Avoid “save for web” in Gimp
Thanks, this is what I was looking for; additionally, It lead me to the discovery of another entry "overwrite / export as foo.png", shortcut [ctrl]-[e]. These entries are a good replacement for the old behaviour and mitigate all the issues to a level that it no longer is a regression.
Apr
23
asked Avoid “save for web” in Gimp
Apr
9
accepted What file or folder contains the contents for the Dash?
Apr
4
comment What file or folder contains the contents for the Dash?
Thank you, interesting information, but not really what I asked: I wanted to know a specific "application" entry, not an entire lense.
Apr
4
comment What file or folder contains the contents for the Dash?
@vasa! Gotcha! Can you make the comment into an answer so I can accept it?
Apr
4
comment What file or folder contains the contents for the Dash?
/usr/share/applications does not contain anything referring to epiphany (I grepped all content), nor does /usr/share/application-registry. I suspect these entries lie below my $HOME.
Apr
4
comment What file or folder contains the contents for the Dash?
sure. If you tell me what to grep for :) (which is, the name of the dir, file or cache that contains the entries)
Apr
4
asked What file or folder contains the contents for the Dash?
Apr
2
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
22
comment How can I install ruby 1.8.7?
In addition to the excellent advice from @Danny Dyla, when you apt-get install different versions of Ruby, you can find their binaries in your path: ruby1.8.7 under /usr/bin/ruby*. /usr/bin/ruby is then a symlink to /etc/alternatives/ruby which, again, is a symlink to your systems default. E.g.: /usr/bin/ruby1.9.1
Feb
22
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
12
awarded  Caucus