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revised How can I run Dwarf Fortress in text mode (ncurses) on my Linux VPS?
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revised How can I run Dwarf Fortress in text mode (ncurses) on my Linux VPS?
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answered How can I run Dwarf Fortress in text mode (ncurses) on my Linux VPS?
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comment My home directory just goes away. Why?
Also, what method did you use to do the copying? And did you copy all the hidden dotfiles from your prior install?
Aug
20
comment My home directory just goes away. Why?
Can you post the contents of your /etc/fstab file?
Aug
20
revised Choosing a file system?
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Aug
19
answered apt-get stuck on libboo2.0.9-cil upgrade
Aug
19
revised How to improve wireless network speed?
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Aug
19
comment Blank screen, blinking cursor on boot
Fwiw, I have one box that also has this symptom on 10.04, but holding the shift key never brings up GRUB for some reason. Seems to take about 3 tries to get it booted.
Aug
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answered When an application crash without output an error, is there a log that i can check?
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answered Hibernate on Dell Inspiron 1525
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answered Possible to limit the size of a window (such as a browser window) to exact pixel dimensions?
Aug
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answered How to improve wireless network speed?
Aug
19
comment How do I set different settings for different mice?
Sure, no prob. Really, it's the same format as xorg.conf so if you've ever had the fortune of editing xorg.conf, you'll know it. man xorg.conf serves as a good reference. Driver-specific settings can be had via their man pages, e.g. man intel, man evdev, man wacom, et al.
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answered Choosing a file system?
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revised How do I set different settings for different mice?
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comment How to get more people involved in improving X.org for Ubuntu?
I think you're right that these are all issues that a potential volunteer might think as being reasons they couldn't work on X. However, there's a lot of stuff that doesn't require "opening the hood" that a person could do to help a lot - triaging bugs, answering user's questions, tracking down good patches worth including in Ubuntu. Stuff that doesn't really face these particular problems.