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Please don't use this tag just because your system is running Ubuntu. Use it _only_ if your question is somehow specific to Ubuntu only. Note that https://askubuntu.com is specifically dedicated to Ubuntu questions.

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In CentOS and many other distros you can configure syslogd using /etc/syslog.conf but in Ubuntu there is no such file. Which file I should edit for configuring syslogd in Ubuntu. …
asked May 15 '12 by Sam
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I am installed Ubuntu on Virtual Box, and use xshell (a remote terminal application) to ssh to ubuntu. when I hibernate computer during night, after powering it on, the session is expired and I … should to ssh to ubuntu again. Is there is way to configure ssh to nut expire during hibernation or after hours of ideal connection? I use Fedora to, if configs have differences please mention it. I use Windows 7. …
asked Jan 9 '13 by Sam
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If you want to change the default-runlevel of your Ubuntu system and looking for the /etc/inittab go change it and see that Ubuntu lacks it, don't worry(!), to do so you you can create inittab file …
answered Apr 27 '12 by Sam
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There is a simple and effective way to find size of every file and directory in Ubuntu: Applications > Accessories > Disk Usage Analyzer in this window click "Scan Filesystem" button on toolbar. after a short time (seconds) you have disk usage of every directory and file. …
answered Apr 30 '12 by Sam
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I have installed CentOS 6.3, OpenSUSE 12.1 and Ubuntu 12.04 on VMware Workstation 9. On any of these when I use ping to check network connectivity, I receive a proper answer, but when try to update … : Connection refused. " on Ubuntu I do/see this: root@ubuntu:~# apt-get update Err http://packages.mate-desktop.org precise InRelease Err http://packages.mate-desktop.org precise Release.gpg Unable …
asked Jan 6 '13 by Sam
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As buddies said the simplest way is to power off wireless adapter using its hardware switch. But if your computer hasn't such a switch, go to system>preference>network connections; now go to the wire …
answered Apr 28 '12 by Sam
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go to system>preference>mouse, in the "double-click timeout" section set the double-click speed. there is more advanced ways to configure it but it seems this one can resolve your problem.
answered Apr 28 '12 by Sam