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Sep
2
accepted Differences of: SoftwareCenter history, dpkg-query and /var/log/dpkg.log.*?
Sep
2
asked Differences of: SoftwareCenter history, dpkg-query and /var/log/dpkg.log.*?
Aug
29
suggested suggested edit on Can't install on Windows 8
Aug
8
accepted verifiying ubuntu iso with repository gpg-keys
Jul
30
answered verifiying ubuntu iso with repository gpg-keys
Jul
30
asked verifiying ubuntu iso with repository gpg-keys
May
31
answered The Software Center will open but will not respond
May
31
comment How to make a fresh install while also creating new partitions and keeping encrypted home directory
How much data are we talking? Is your data of so little value that a complete backup (on a new aprox 60USD external HDD) would not be a most justifyable investment? What are the disk/partition sizes involved?
May
18
comment Where synaptic touchpad settings in user account?
Thank you @MrSeed. The trouble with that config file is that it is "global" (shared between the user accounts) and hence I doubt can be the culprit/cause because then the touchpad would not be working in all user accounts. But it is only malfuncitoning in one user account. It is indeed strange. Thank you for your effort
May
17
revised Where synaptic touchpad settings in user account?
added a debug information
May
17
comment Where synaptic touchpad settings in user account?
xinput list (in my setup) renders the same result as xinput without parameters. I have stated in my question the result. It seems I have xinput "see" my touchpad, though it seems not working.
May
17
comment Where synaptic touchpad settings in user account?
I like that suggestion with the Touchpad-Indicator but I cannot find it in synaptics/apt-get install nor do I have it as a command being able to be run at command line. How to run it? Thank you!
May
17
asked Where synaptic touchpad settings in user account?
May
14
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
26
comment Is there a ubuntu supported X.org alternative (i.e. with security in mind)?
thanks for the answer! Still, not running a GUI cannot be honestly considered a another solution for a "X"-alternative. If it is not **G**(graphical) UI then it ain't an alternative. I am looking forward to Wayland. As you describe it might at last bring some improvements. The security holes via GUI are considerable at present. The wayland security is also well discussed here lwn.net/Articles/517375
Mar
20
comment Ubuntu 12.04 “Do nothing” when “lid closed” blanks out external monitor
I agree, that seems handy. Still "nothing" and "blank" (or black/off) are two different options. I see no reason that there should be a setting nothing, that counterintuitively does something. Anyhow, thanks for suggestion to move the mouse, just like you it took me a while to figure that this brings back the other screen.
Mar
19
comment Get the audio from Line-in to output to the speaker
Thx, it seems so simple. I have in the meanwhile checked myself and it must be quite similar this pactl unload-module <ID of the modul> so the module name would not work in this case, which is counterintuitive... pactl list modules can yield the necessary <ID>. Thanks for responding.
Mar
18
revised How to check the speed/problems of network-manager?
added an update
Mar
18
comment How to check the speed/problems of network-manager?
Alternatively, anybody knows a good tutorial to use cmdline tools to setup wlan easily/ automatically?
Mar
18
asked How to check the speed/problems of network-manager?