In short: is there (under Unity) any way to find out which application grabbed some global shortcut? I do not ask for "standard shortcuts" but for some way to get information about actual shortcuts (which app is actually keeping given key just now in my current config)
I have repeatable problems with managing keyboard shortcuts.
I'm applying for a job in Thailand and they need a reference letter. I have 3 that date back 9-10 months. Can I still use a 9 month old reference letter? I've read that some people have used 2 year old reference letters.
I guess every situation is different, but what's the basic rule?
Downloaded and compiled UMFPACK  and it went well
copied out the example program Tim Davis has written up and I got this error
me@sun:~/umfpack$ cc ex.c
/tmp/ccBVFK6B.o: In function `main':
ex.c:(.text+0x4a): undefined reference to `umfpack_di_symbolic'
ex.c:(.text+0x7b): undefined reference to `umfpack_di_numeric'
ex.c:(.text+0x87): undefined reference to `umfpack_di_free_symbolic'
I'm trying to finish an abandoned KDE3-to-KDE4 port of a program and I'm running into these errors:
undefined reference to `KCModuleInfo::KCModuleInfo(QString const&)'
undefined reference to `KCModuleInfo::moduleName() const'
undefined reference to `KCMultiDialog::KCMultiDialog(QWidget*)'
undefined reference to `KCMultiDialog::addModule(KCModuleInfo const&, KPageWidgetItem*, QStringList c