I'm running into 2 problems when working with my logs and the find command.
I am having problems with the mtime option. The 1st command below shows me a few files from March 5th till March 7th, like I believe it should. However, when I add +1 to mtime instead of +0, it only does an ls of the current directory I'm in when running the command. It's just listening my directories under /home/user/.
I just got a Tab S 10.5. Coming from a Nexus 7 where keyboard spacing wasn't an issue due to the small screen. Is there any way to split the keyboard in half during landscape mode to make it easier to type? I've heard it's a good keyboard so I don't want to get another keyboard app. I can't find anything for this in settings.
I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and a Logitech K520 wireless keyboard-mouse set. Occasionally, when I wake up Ubuntu from suspending, I find that the mouse works but the keyboard doesn't. And I find a way to work around this: first use mouse to login with guest account, then the keyboard wakes up also, and then logout the guest account and get keyboard still working.
I have installed #! on a pen drive using LinuxLiveUSB Creator under Windows Vista.Works like a dream, with some problems (of course) when I boot #! on a Thinkpad r50p Problem 1.In the boot menu I cannot choose anything else than "Persistent", since my keyboard does not seem to work at that stage. Luckily #!
I have XBMCbuntu running and it has been working pretty good. I haven't got the remote working, but not a priority right now as I can do everything with wireless keyboard & mouse.
The problem I have is when I first start it can not find any of my files. All the files are in folders on a QNAP nas. I set up the smb:... to connect and everything has been working well EXCEPT on boot up.
I switched on my laptop this morning (HP Compaq nc6320) as usual and tried to log in, only to find that neither trackpad nor keyboard were working! If I reboot into a recovery mode shell, the keyboard works until I move on to normal boot. If I boot from an Ubuntu install disk (run from CD), both trackpad and keyboard work. Everything seemed OK last night when I shut down.