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Congrats vasa1 : )
date command is your friend. Few examples below. :)
fego@production:~$ date +%b
fego@production:~$ date +%d
fego@production:~$ date +%m
There should be an option in your touchpad configuration and management tool that lets you configure the time to wait before switching the touchpad again.
Not in a xubuntu box at the moment, I am...
do you want to change it back to rwxr-xr-x ?
i think you should use 755 instead of 751.
fego@production:~$ touch test.dat
fego@production:~$ ll test.dat
-rw-r--r-- 1 fego fego 0 Jan 19 23:58...
Which software did you download? There is a package called "buiild-essential" that contains the GNU C/C++ development libraries.
After making sure if you have the above package installed, you can...
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depends upon how you installed the package. If you have installed them from source tarball, the tar should contain a README or INSTALL file that sometimes mentions the steps for uninstall.
the lightdm configuration file is located in /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf. I am not sure what lubuntu uses by default, but chances are it uses greeter-session=lightdm-gtk-greeter in the mentioned config...
you can try removing the lxde packages and install kubuntu-desktop. Physocat lists the packages in the below blog.
I removed all the gtk...
you can use which command which simply locates a command or installed binary. :)
whereis a bit verbose on the other hand, it locates the binary, source, and manual page files for a command
For your last question- you can search any package/software in repositories. Open a terminal and use the below command.
fego@production:~$ apt-cache search aseprite
aseprite - sprite and pixel...
It is okay, the terminal output will be redirected to file nohup.out as it has not been redirected to other file.
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The trash files are located under ~/.local/share/Trash/files/
You can empty trash with the below command.
rm -rf ~/.local/share/Trash/files/*
You can always use BBCodeXtra addon in firefox to insert BBCode in quick reply.
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If you have your sources.lst messed up, you can try recreate them from the below url.
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