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Jul
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accepted X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
Jul
15
answered X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
Jul
13
comment X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
@amphetamachine Thank you. I updated the question with the log file.
Jul
13
revised X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
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Jul
13
comment X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
@amphetamachine the log file is too large. Is there any particular part I should look for or post?
Jul
13
revised X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
added 13 characters in body
Jul
13
asked X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
Feb
12
revised Bash - how to run a command after the previous finished?
fixed grammar, spelling, tags, and improved formatting
Feb
12
suggested approved edit on Bash - how to run a command after the previous finished?
Feb
12
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Feb
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Feb
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Jan
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Oct
30
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Oct
13
revised Touchpad not recognized on linux (ASUS R751LB)
Added output info from comment
Oct
13
suggested approved edit on Touchpad not recognized on linux (ASUS R751LB)
Oct
10
revised What does the Broken pipe message mean in an SSH session?
updated broken link
Oct
10
suggested approved edit on What does the Broken pipe message mean in an SSH session?
Oct
6
comment Fedora 20 Elantech Touchpad not working
@Anthon, yes organise spelling is used in UK, but not common (or correct) in all other English language variations, see Oxford, Cambridge, and Merriam-Webster dictionaries. So, no, organize is not a US dialect, but organise is a UK dialect.
Oct
6
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