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May
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answered What can I do against file corruption?
May
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answered Is Flash typically slow on Linux?
May
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comment First Linux - Ubuntu - should I change anything right away?
Synaptic Package Manger will install the just the KDE components it needs.
May
10
answered DataGraph alternatives for Windows systems
May
10
answered Show & Hide hidden files on demand in Windows
May
10
answered How to check if windows has automatic updates waiting from the command line?
May
10
comment Where to find CD/DVD driver inside Device manager?
yes/no, sometimes pnp doesn't recognise devices.
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
glad it worked!
May
10
answered Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
May
10
answered Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
May
10
answered Drive letter not appearing after heat-related crash
May
10
answered making a command run once every hour
May
9
comment Computer only booting after POWER ON/OFF 10 times or more?
I had a problem with a gateway desktop where the power button was sticking, so it would start run for about 10 seconds, then shutdown. What was happening was the computer was interpreting that the button was being held, just as you would do when you want to force a computer to turn off. If you're happy that that is not the problem, swap the power supply out.
May
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answered Computer only booting after POWER ON/OFF 10 times or more?
May
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revised First Linux - Ubuntu - should I change anything right away?
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May
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answered Ubuntu, connecting to WLAN
May
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answered First Linux - Ubuntu - should I change anything right away?
May
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answered Download or print an entire website as PDF
May
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comment Help with router and spotty wireless
Is there a "reset" button on the wireless, to set it back an unconfigured state? Try this also - turn off wireless on your computer and connect it to the router using an ethernet cable. Check if you can access it configuration that way.
May
9
comment Concern over running WireShark as root
In general, yes/no. Better not to use root where you can get by without it. But if this is just your home machine and you're not going to bring down your office network/servers, fire away. In relation to wireshark, I think you'll be safe enough.