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  1. [ubuntu] Re: installed 12.04, now nothing saves when I shut down.

    If its something you need to install will it be useful to OP?
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    [ubuntu] Re: upgrading packages

    You can use the terminal to make sure you are only updating what you want when you feel you need to.

    As @sandyd said when you see an update being prompted on your screen, simply click it and you...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: installed 12.04, now nothing saves when I shut down.

    What is?


    inxi -r
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    [SOLVED] Re: need some help

    Banshee works pretty good, I like it better than itunes. Really simple.


    sudo apt-get install banshee


    Next time please use a more descriptive thread title.
    Cheers!
  5. [ubuntu] Re: installed 12.04, now nothing saves when I shut down.

    Since it doesn't sound like you can run 12.04 (Im probably wrong) maybe you should think of installing something else. From what I understand if the machine can't run a live cd without much trouble...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can't install.........

    Before re installing?
    And now its not there?
  7. [ubuntu] Re: installed 12.04, now nothing saves when I shut down.

    Please be more specific. Help us help you
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    Re: can't select c++ project in Eclipse

    There are loads of videos on this I'm sure. I had the same problem coming from windows and was, like you wondering what to program in. But for the most part I just use the terminal for C++.
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    [ubuntu] Re: VirtualBox good or bad

    wow thank you for this!
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    [ubuntu] Re: What does # before a linux command mean?

    Five:KSpost
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    [lubuntu] Re: Can't delete a folder in the rubbish bin

    cd ~/.local/share/Trash/files; rm -rf *
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    [ubuntu] Re: What does # before a linux command mean?

    Where did you read this?
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Lucid;)
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    [SOLVED] Re: .bash_history editing

    Thank you for your help and time.

    I am not sure how the automatic session would have been enabled. But as you say it (the reason it happened) could be anything.

    I haven't been brave enough to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Terminal command to delete Trash?

    This is the only code working for me.



    However this did not.


    rm -rf ~/.Trash/*
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    [ubuntu] Re: The most basic question

    No you are not. :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem with the gnome-screensaver

    On some of my computers I have had some of the screen savers do this to me. It could be something like a graphical error, or bad install of said screen saver.
    Does this happen with every screen...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help heeeeeeeelp

    :popcorn:
  19. [ubuntu] Re: why windows has better sound quality on my toshiba laptop?

    this is great ty:p
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    [SOLVED] Re: .bash_history editing

    I don't fully understand.


    nano .bash_history
    was the first thing I tried when I started looking this subject up.
    I did the above code in the terminal, took out everything I didn't want saved,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: .bash_history editing

    That is one of three lines the book talks about fc.

    This has something more helpful that I found just now.
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    [SOLVED] .bash_history editing

    Hello.

    I am pretty new to Linux and any *buntu, but I have been wondering for sometime how to edit my command line history. I've spent some time looking for this answer but really found one line...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Perhaps a sticky?

    If absolutely any user could do it this is an awesome idea, and should be done.
    Great idea.
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    [xubuntu] Re: Moving files...

    This did it for me
  25. Thread: Python

    by hypnot0ad
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    Re: Python

    Thank you for the feed back.:p
    For the most part the replies were almost
    what I thought I would hear. But all very helpful.
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