[xubuntu] Double-click required to change focusview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Running -- noticed a couple of updates ago a different behavior in the task bar... If I have programs running and minimized in the task bar... for example, Chromium running, and also Thunderbird, Geany, Krusader, etc. Focus on Thunderbird... I click a link in an e-mail, and that switches the focus to Chromium. (Hardware)

Greek tonal system not working properlyview story

http://crunchbang.org – I've been using #! (HowTos)

Script only works from konsoleview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – For some reason, this only works from a konsole using FatDog. It does not work when run from a File Manager. Same script works fine with Puppy 5.6. (HowTos)

How to access applications of linux mint from xubuntu and vice versa?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I have dual boot of Xubuntu 13.10 and Linux Mint 16 Petra KDE. I have installed Geany on Xubuntu and Amarok on Mint. Is there a way I can run Geany from Mint and Amarok from Xubuntu? Please help and thanks in advance :) (HowTos)

[solved] my router only allows connections every second rebootview story

http://crunchbang.org – I am glad you at least have a workaround now...If you want to try the solution provided in that link, dosudo geany /etc/dhcp/dhclient.confmost of the lines in that file should be commented out, find the line#timeout 60;uncomment it (remove the #), save, close, do a series of reboot and see if it worked... (HowTos)

Web page internationalisation methodsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi all, I'm looking for other peoples experiences in creating 'interntionalised' web pages - ie multi-lingual. Personally I can think of a number of different approaches to the problem, each propose advantages / disadvantages compared to the others. (Hardware)

First week, so far so good. Have some questionsview story

http://crunchbang.org – Kruger2147 wrote:If I choose to edit something from the menu. (i.e., menu > Settings > edit conky.rc) it still opens up in geany.This is because geany is hardcoded in the #! Openbox menu. Take a look at ~/.config/openbox/menu.xml. Change the entries that explicitly call geany. Use "openbox --reconfigure" in a terminal to reload the menu after you change it. (HowTos)

Touchpad configurationview story

http://crunchbang.org – Hello again! Thanks for the replies :)DapperMe17 wrote:Just add the following to startup.sh, via geany. It's that easy, and you won't have to change a thing in xorg.Unfortunately, it gave me no results :( Maybe because my synaptic driver is not being recognized.* * *moetunes wrote:Check the X log (/var/log/Xorg.0.log) to see why the module for the touchpad isn't being used. (HowTos)

Help with running C programs in Ubuntuview story

http://askubuntu.com – I've been teaching myself to write programs in C, using Geany as my IDE. All of my programs get compiled and linked correctly, and they seem to work fine when I test run them inside of the IDE, however I can't seem to run to program without the use of the IDE. I've tried using the terminal command "./[filename]" However I always get this response from the terminal: bash: ./variabletest: No suc (HowTos)

Displaying Japanese text in programs (?)view story

http://crunchbang.org – Hi everyone!I have recently been getting into some Japanese visual novels and fighting games (don't laugh!), but I am having some issues with file names/config files being garbled text (usually squares with numbers within them or just random characters).My browser (Chromium) can display Japanese text just fine since I've installed Japanese font packages, but I cannot seem to get Japanese (HowTos)