Christer Edwards

Christer Edwards

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259 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Install Flash and Mult... · 0 replies · +1 points

The command line is and always will be the more powerful tool. Consider the fact that MS included Powershell in Vista and 7 should give you an indication that it isn't going away.

259 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Use zsync to update ex... · 0 replies · +1 points

I haven't tested that, but I'm sure at least some of the packages will be the same. My guess is that it will work, but the initial match percentage won't be too high.

265 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Consolidate your gnome... · 0 replies · +1 points

Unfortunately I don't know what that font is/was. This post was published nearly three years ago, so I don't recall. My favorite fonts are ttf-droid and ttf-liberation. You might try those to match the look.

266 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Chromium Browser : Now... · 0 replies · +1 points

I've updated the post with proper formatting, please try again. The problem is the -- turned into - in the original.

The command should work now.

267 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Chromium Browser : Now... · 1 reply · +1 points

I use: chromium-browser --enable-plugins --enable-greasemonkey --enable-user-scripts

267 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Chromium Browser : Now... · 0 replies · +1 points

I launch it normally via the Applications menu. I haven't added any special options.

267 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Apt-Cacher: Revisited · 0 replies · +1 points

I wonder what the difference is between the Debian and Ubuntu package. I'm running mine on a Debian server and I don't have that problem.

267 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Adding Weather and Loc... · 0 replies · +1 points

You should be able to add multiple locations, yes. I'm not at my Ubuntu machine at the moment, but I recall adding locations for friends around the world so I could at-a-glance tell roughly what time it was in their area.

267 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - Instant LAN File Shari... · 0 replies · +1 points

They are located in your home folder. You should be able to edit/find them at ~/.bashrc or ~/.bash_aliases

276 weeks ago @ Ubuntu Tutorials : Dap... - How To Install Gnome-D... · 0 replies · +1 points

If you'll install the <a href apt://ubuntu-restricted-extras>ubuntu-restricted-extras package it'll give you every codec you'll ever need. (just click the link and it should prompt you to install.