Marwan Alsabbagh

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revised Connecting MS SQL using freetds and unixodbc: isql - no default driver specified
apt-get command was missing the install part
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suggested suggested edit on Connecting MS SQL using freetds and unixodbc: isql - no default driver specified
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comment Setting different default applications for different Desktop Environments
Oops, I'm a little new to askubuntu.com, thanks for the clarification
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answered Parsing a HTML page with Bash
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comment Setting different default applications for different Desktop Environments
Don't forget to accept the answer if you are satisfied with the answer
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comment Setting different default applications for different Desktop Environments
thats great to hear. I'm glad I could be of service. I agree with you that it would be nice to see this as an official feature. Feel free to request it as a feature on brainstorm. I'd vote for it. If you do I think it would be nice to put a link to it on your question.
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comment Setting different default applications for different Desktop Environments
ok try out the new version, I made some enhancements to make it easier to use. I've also added the graphical error handler so now it should popup an alert with the error message. Try again and post the error message in a comment if it still doesn't work. Also could you mention what version of Ubuntu and which desktop environment you tried out.
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revised Setting different default applications for different Desktop Environments
The need for symbolic links has been removed this should make it easier to use. I've also added a graphical error handler that will bring up an alert if an error occurs.
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comment How to put different password for screensaver?
With Linux never take no for an answer, it can always be customized!
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comment How can I lock and unlock a screen during certain times of the day?
If you have solved the issue could you post the answer, otherwise I might have a go at solving it
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answered How to put different password for screensaver?
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