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Nautilus bookmarks are missing since upgrade to 13.04
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It's happened to me too. But I've had a Kernel Panic problem while upgrading from 12.10 to 13.04. I was able to restore my system, but none of my previous bookmarks were available. It seems that the ...

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Searching through ODT documents without opening them?
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An alternative is Recoll . Once it has indexed your files, it finds the matching files quite fastly. Also searches inside ODSs, ODPs and PDFs. Works pretty well.

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My computer boots to a black screen, what options do I have to fix it?
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After upgrading from 12.10 to 13.04, the login screen is black because brightness is set to lowest level (Intel Integrated Graphics) I've noticed that it would be a brightness problem cause I've ...

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How to debug Unity? (It works from live CD, but it doesn't work after update...)
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I've found out the solution. It is related to a NVIDIA's driver problem. Looking for messages in /var/log/syslog, I've discovered an error message from which I've taken the main words: segfault ...

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Why did Files (Nautilus) stop updating partition's bookmarks?
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I've found out that this is a known bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nautilus/+bug/1246493 Despite not showing up in the nautilus bookmark pane, as described here, you can still ...

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Why Recent Items are not being deleted even using the Privacy app in Unity?
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I've found the /home/username/.local/share/recently-used.xbel file, from where I can manually remove the files reference. I think the Privacy settings should delete it too, but a person said here ...

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How to configure screen brightness when not using a laptop
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I've used to use xgamma, from terminal: myuser@mypc:~$ xgamma -gamma 0.8 I suppose the default gamma value is 1.0 (you can set greater values to brighter...). As far as I remember, the value is ...

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Does booting a live USB (with persistence turned off) cause writes to occur to it?
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I suppose Ubuntu writes data to the USB drive, because it saves the configs we choose. For example, if I install Ubuntu in a computer choosing "Portuguese" as language, the next time I start Ubuntu ...

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Installed Ubuntu and accidently gave all the hard disk space to Ubuntu
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I had the same problem. But Testdisk was able to restore a partition I've formatted after choosing a clean install in Ubuntu 13.10 installation wizard. I've forgotten that Ubuntu wouldn't use the ...

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sudo chmod -R 755 * accidentaly run in /, what are the options?
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For changing permissions only for folders (directories), recursively, you can use: sudo find ./ -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \; For changing permissions only for files, recursively, you can use: sudo ...

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Ubuntu One lost most of my files!
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Right click on your folder should show the option "Restore lost files" or something like this. I've never used this service, but it seems to be a solution. Try it.

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