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Jun
16
revised Create keyboard shortcuts to move/resize windows in Ubuntu
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Jun
16
answered Create keyboard shortcuts to move/resize windows in Ubuntu
Jun
16
awarded  Student
Jun
10
comment How to find which programs are using up swap space
The value includes memory that is shared between different processes. You can use memstat -p PID to see the shared libs used by the process with the given PID along with their memory usage (total, not onyl swapped out).
Jun
10
answered How to find which programs are using up swap space
Jun
9
answered Ubuntu get package source from universe repository, but the correct source is in main repository
Jun
7
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
2
answered Keyboard window snap-to-position on Linux
May
31
revised add files opened in Emacs to GNOME's recently used document list
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May
31
asked add files opened in Emacs to GNOME's recently used document list
May
28
answered Rotate PDF document
May
28
awarded  Enthusiast
May
26
comment Bash Auto-complete Adds Trailing Slash After Filename
What does "complete -p|grep ' cat$'" print?
May
26
comment How do I log out of gdm from the command line?
Sorry, it works, but is deprecated (for some reason I can't edit mycomment above anymore)
May
26
comment How do I log out of gdm from the command line?
This doesn't work as recent versions of Ubuntu use upstart instead of a SysV init script to start gdm. Use "sudo service gdm stop" instead. Like Control + Alt + Backspace this kills the X server (together with gdm). To just logout the current user Thomas Leonard's solution is usually better.
May
26
comment Auto-detected mouse - disable 3rd button enumation
I don't think that's good manners.
May
23
answered How do I set the default email on linux?
May
22
comment Auto-detected mouse - disable 3rd button enumation
That's about the same as why I prefer to link this page: It gets updated for newer versions of Ubuntu so you know where to look if you upgrade to a newer version, and the page has all the information you need while I may forget something that's obvious to me (but maybe not to you) when paraphrasing or copying the text.
May
22
comment Auto-detected mouse - disable 3rd button enumation
What's the point in duplicating content?
May
22
answered Auto-detected mouse - disable 3rd button enumation