I have a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04 with Vmware Player and Virtualbox. When I open my XP vm and leave it in full screen, the Ubuntu 14.04 will Lock the screen after 10 minutes which is great. But if I open my xp in Vmware, and Full screen it, it never locks the screen.
I just finished installing crunchbang Linux on my computer. I’m trying to install all the useful programs I used .The problem is I can’t open any of them. When I finish downloading the certain program I try to open it so it can install, but it then says I need to choose an application to open it with.
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how to root samsung galaxy core
its easy just do this steps
download this program : kingo android root
linke : http://www.kingoapp.com/android-root.htm
when you download the program in you pc run it
when you finshed to run it open the program
now go to you galaxy core
go to developer options
run USB debugging
now go to
I'll try to explain this the best I can. A computer that I have not the one listed in any of my sigs is having a little issue. Sometimes when I turn on the computer I will open up a program the program will open but it's like it opens in slow motion as the program opens you see it slowly go into its open state. You actually see it opening.
I have searched all the forums and found many posts about keyboard repeat rate but none quite like my issue.
I can alter the repeat rate when a key is held down but can find no way to change the delay when repeating the same key stroke, as when typing double letters (allow, see.
It would be very useful for me to run specific programs in a Linux environment with a fixed (lower) CPU clock speed (say, runat 400mhz ./my-program --argument-of="my program" for getting that clock speed).
I need it to generate delays between each assembly instruction of my program, and it wouldn't kill me if the delay isn't exact (say, if it depends on the OS scheduler, as it almost sure will).