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  1. [ubuntu] Re: systemd xinit service status failed when stopping

    Not true... I still haven't found a solution that doesn't create another problem... please see and contribute if you wish to this thread: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=210674
  2. [ubuntu] Re: systemd xinit service status failed when stopping

    Not true... I still haven't found a solution that doesn't create another problem... please see and contribute if you wish to this thread: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=210674
  3. [ubuntu] Re: systemd xinit service status failed when stopping

    @yann7 - I too have the same question. Have you found a useful solution? Link to my post on kodi forums: http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=266318

    I also have a github repo with a...
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    Re: high idle CPU freq for Haswell Refresh CPUs

    @Linuxisfast - We'll see what they say: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/47086
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    [ubuntu] Re: Profile-sync-daemon throws errors

    No idea why that would be...?



    You should however always quote variables but in your case you should not quote the variable name. Your psd.conf should read:

    BROWSERS="chromium"

    Note all...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Profile-sync-daemon throws errors

    Just got your PM. Not sure if/how BTRFS factors into the equation. Are you still on 12.04?
    Here is my terminal output installing psd (from my PPA) on a fresh Install of 13.10:

    % sudo apt-get...
  7. [all variants] Re: Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    @H - Good, glad it worked out for you.
  8. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    Good. Enjoy.
  9. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    Glad to hear it. Can you verify that the daemon starts automatically when you reboot? Just reboot and post the output of:


    service psd status
  10. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    @svo - OK. This looks good. You should be running just fine now. Are you able to use your browsers?
  11. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    OK... do this:


    sudo apt-get purge profile-sync-daemon
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install profile-sync-daemon

    Now edit /etc/psd.conf adding your user(s) to the USERS array. When...
  12. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    One step at a time... what is the output of:

    $ psd p
  13. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    You should be good to go.
  14. [all variants] Re: Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    I don't use wine but I am assuming that the profile directory is somewhere under ~/.wine/.... so profile-cleaner doesn't know to look for it there. Luckily for you, there is an option for you to use...
  15. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    That error is caused by you modifying the instructional section of /etc/psd.conf - add a # to those lines to fix; you only need to define the browsers of choice in the line that starts with,...
  16. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    Yes. Query status:

    % service psd status
    * profile-sync-daemon is running

    You may also ask psd directly:

    % psd p
    Profile-sync-daemon v5.27.1 on Ubuntu 12.10.
  17. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    No, you will need to start the daemon.

    1) Edit /etc/psd.conf to define your user(s) and optionally your browsers.
    2) To preview what profiles will be managed, run
    $ psd p
    3) When happy, start...
  18. [all variants] Re: Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    @ibjsb4 - Glad you're finding it useful.
  19. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    You're welcome. Enjoy.
  20. [all variants] Re: Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    @aleblanc - I runs it manually every now and then.
    @ibjsb - glad to here it's working for you.
  21. [all variants] Re: Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    Why in the world would they not offer paralle to users of 12.04LTS? :roll:
  22. [all variants] Re: Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    My script is a gloried wrapper for `sqlite3 $db vacuum && sqlite3 $db reindex` both of which are standard commands and should work fine on any compatible database.

    Best advice:

    1) Backup your...
  23. [all variants] Re: Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    You need to enable [universe] which is where the Ubuntu devs keep parallel. If you are unsure how to do this, see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Ubuntu#Adding_Repositories_in_Ubuntu
  24. [all variants] Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing

    Profile-cleaner reduces browser profile size by cleaning/reindexing their sqlite databases.

    Direct benefits:
    *Size reduction of profile databases (vacuum).
    *Faster reads of profile databases...
  25. [all variants] Re: Profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs

    Wow, that was quick. Merged. Thanks for the publicity, btw :)

    EDIT: You might want to add to the sentence on your article:



    Actually, the postinst I wrote auto-detects if you are running...
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