Ubuntu 12.04 How to disable "autorun/autoplay" for all media
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 4, 2012
I am running Ubuntu 12.04/Gnome v3.6. How do I go about disabling all autorun/autoplay functions for all media?
Ubuntu 12.04 how to disable GUI for gpg ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 27, 2012
few minutes ago I have wrote a perl script to encrypt all tar files in the folder. Everything is fine, script running... but after execution on the screen apear stupid gpg GUI and asking me about password to gpg.
In my script I have defined password as variable. On the server without X Windows my perl script running like a charm but on Ubuntu all the time I have to close stupid GPG GUI (for 34000 files ... ). How to disable it ?
I dont get it... somebody executing command:
Ubuntu 12.10 very slow comparing to Ubuntu 12.04. How to dramatically speed it up?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 20, 2012
I have installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my virtual machine. This comptuer is low spec PC. What I have noticed was drastically slower responses for anything in Ubuntu comparing to Ubuntu 12.04 Unity 2D. If I open terminal and type some letters, they are displayed few seconds after I type them. Also if I move my mouse to left-top corner to close-min-max buttons it takes about three seconds to this buttons to be displayed. Using Ubuntu 12.04 I had none of this performance problems and comparing to Ubuntu 12.10 it was super fast. Currently performing so dead slowly I see Ubuntu 12.10 useless.
Is there any way I can turn of some of the fancy features like fading out windows etc. I need some instruction to dramatically speed-up Ubuntu?
Ubuntu 12.04 How do I create a launcher for a Java app
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 11, 2012
How do I create a launcher/icon for a Java app. I have it installed and I can launch it in Nautilus, but want to be able to pull it up in dash. Here's the app: http://www.ericbt.com/Vault3, which should be in the Shopping Center, IMO.
ubuntu 12.04 how to monitor amount of time spent and sites visited
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 25, 2013
We have a number of WiFi devices (laptops, cellphones and some iThis and iThat) at home. I want to monitor which device, when, the length of time spent and the sites visited everyday by my children. A log at the end of the day is fine as long as it is in human readable form. I am less concerned with the content that they access than with when and for how long. All devices access the internet through a Linksys E4200 router. I have named all devices using the Linksys software (on the windows side of my dual boot). I may be missing a trick, but the router appears NOT to have the capability that I am seeking. I block WiFi access when I need to but that is not the best solution for me.
Any suggestions? Any readily available tools or something that I can hack together as long as it is simple.
Ubuntu 12.04 How to sync apps on an iPhone?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 16, 2012
After some research it seems that libimobiledevice is the driver that makes iPhone to communicate with Ubuntu. It seems libimobiledevice2 is already installed on Ubuntu, which is nice.
So now how do I sync my apps like in iTunes? Is that possible or even necessary? At the end of the day, I could always download the apps from the device itself.
And Clemtine seems to be able to copy music over.
Ubuntu 12.04 How To Run Python 3.3.2 Program In Terminal
location: linuxexchange.com - date: December 10, 2013
OK so for school I am having to set up a computer using Ubuntu 12.04 to run Python programs written in Python 3.3. I was aware that 12.04 came with Python 3.2, so I followed the procedure in the first reply in this thread to install Python 3.3:
Now when I open the Terminal, I type ~/bin/py to get it to display the following at the top of the terminal:
Python 3.3.2 (default, Dec 10 2013, 11:35:01)
[GCC 4.6.3] on Linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits", or "license" for more information.
So far so good. Now I am having trouble replicating the functionality of the same Python program that I execute as follows on my Windows laptop.
(This is what I type in the Python commandline on windows)
from filereader import *
reader = filereader("C:\Python33\ab1copy.ab1")
The end result is a directory of data types found in the file. The filereader class is located in Python33\Lib\site-packages\filereader.py in the above example. On the
[Ubuntu 12:04] How to create desktop launcher for a program
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 7, 2012
Wine: 1.4 (from apt-get)
I am really sorry if this is a really basic question or if it has been covered before, I did try searching for the answer on the forums and the web, alas I have been unlucky so far.
I have installed Pharaoh from an iso file and I can run it from the terminal by using the following commands:
In an attempt to save myself time I tried to create a desktop file which consisted of:
I have tried both of the commands below in exec and tryexec but I haven't had any luck with it so far.
/home/adam/.wine/drive_c/SIERRA/Pharaoh -wine Pharaoh.exe
cd /home/adam/.wine/drive_c/SIERRA/Pharaoh; wine Pharaoh.exe
Any help would be appreciated.
LXer: How to dualboot BackTrack 5 R2 and Ubuntu 12.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 24, 2012
Published at LXer:
BackTrack 5, a Linux distribution designed for pentesters and security professionals or those who want to mess with all the best security and penetration testing applications the free software community has to offer.This latest article provides the steps you need to dual-boot it and Ubuntu 12.04 on a computer with a single hard drive.
How to install and configure samba 4 on Ubuntu 12.04 ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 23, 2013
Can any one tell me that is it possible to install and configure samba 4 in my ubuntu 12.04 box so I may replace windows server 2008 and use samba as a AD ?
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