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I am using Xubuntu 12.04.
I have modfied the .inputrc file in my home directory with the commands suggested above but nothing has changed.
I can't search the history with up/down arrows.
well, if you are in a satanic mood... http://ubuntusatanic.org/
Sleepy Sheep (mmm... )
The solution proposed by gdu in the post #10 worked for me too.
By the way, I am using Xubuntu 12.10
With linux installed I shouldn't have problems with the end of the world. Am I right?
I am trying to modify the applications menu in Ubuntu 10.10 in the following way:
right click on the Applications tag -> Edit Menus
Then, I select/deselect the items I want to be shown in...
I would like to find some program to draw block diagrams and schemes that can be easily used/imported in LateX.
Until now, I have used the TikZ graphic library, but sometimes it takes too much time...
I want to draw a logic circuit in LateX using Tikz.
Unfortunately, the circuits tikz library is not included in the repositories.
How can I install it?
Thank you, it works.
Anyway, isn't there a way to open nautilus directly from the remote computer and then copy from there?
I am connecting to a remote PC using SSH and I woul like to open nautilus on the remote PC and copy some files to the local one. Both the local PC and the remote one run Ubuntu 10.10.
I had the same problem. PosteRazor worked fine for me.
I have the same problem... and the link didn't help too much: what should I do with the files once I have downloaded them?
At work: Ubuntu 10.10, Win Xp, Win 7
At home: Linux Mint 12, Fedora 15, Lubuntu 11.10
Soon I will format my home desktop to get rid of those three OS and install just one (...
I suggest to take a look to these two threads:
- http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1870324: it explains why it is so hard to use with a Panasonic printer
Yes, you can move system files by employing the sudo command (which allows a user to execute a command as the superuser).
Anyway, I suggest to avoid doing so, unless you know exactly what you are...
I would like to know what happen when a release reach the end-of-life.
Are updates provided? Is it still possible to download and install them?
I'm using Ubuntu 10.10, and its time is...
I never bump a thread
I've found a workaround... I switched to Linux Mint
Anyway, I still want to give Ubuntu 11.10 a try. So any suggestion is welcome.
Thank you for the explanation. Now I can see why I had such an hard time trying to install the drivers.
I have (partially) solved my problem by reinstalling the drivers.
If someone is interested,...
Didn't anybody receive a wireless headset for christmas?
Maybe one that works on linux?
By the way... Bump
tuxguitar seems what I was looking for.
Suddenly the printer prints very slowly (a page every 4 minutes or so).
Can anybody provide some help?
Me too I use soft links. What are the advantages of using bind/bindfs?