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Jan
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suggested rejected edit on dconf-WARNING **: failed to commit changes to dconf: The connection is closed
Nov
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answered Trailing spaces when copying from console
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Sep
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comment Mouse sensitivity confusion
Fedora 22 continues this tradition by taking a perfectly good system and changing mouse settings yet again, now I need four mousepads taped side by side to move my cursor to the right side of the screen. When I discuss those bugs and missing required features, people act like I'm crazy. My guess that the directive is that if the user can't write their own device driver and program the physical hardware and drivers, then those users are actively discouraged from using Linux. At this rate, Fedora 28 mouse won't be configurable. xkcd.com/528
Jul
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revised How to run the terminal using keyboard shortcuts in Gnome 2?
The followup question you asked was clearly stated in the question.
Jul
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suggested approved edit on How to run the terminal using keyboard shortcuts in Gnome 2?
May
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revised How to detect the command interpreter from within a shell script?
Clarifying question, and grammar
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suggested approved edit on How to detect the command interpreter from within a shell script?
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revised Dark blue color in vim or ls output in linux
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revised dircolors: modify color settings globaly
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revised Shell script to send an alert mail if disk usage exceeds 90%
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suggested approved edit on Shell script to send an alert mail if disk usage exceeds 90%
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Dec
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revised nc: bind failed: Address already in use
No need to tell us you need help. it's implied.