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Since this is a very high rated question on google, I'll add the steps I did to re-enable beep in both console and X11: For the Linux Console (CTRL+ALT+F1. .
I'm testing Natty, and Compiz keeps crashing on me. However, it doesn't always give me the option to restart Compiz, and for some reason doesn't have a fallback window manager(WM) configured. Without a WM, all my programs are still running, but they'
I have started a long process through a terminal. Is it possible to make the Ubuntu terminal make a sound once the process is complete? This way, I don’t need to keep checking, but will instead be notified through a sound. There are at least three co
The Unique ID is, as the name itself says, a unique identification associated to each account. This ID is generated when you first create your account with one of our games and it remains the same while the account is active, serving as an identifica
I posted an answer to an older thread of similar topic with answers from various sources. Following is a copy of that answer adapted for this thread. Following works: $ (gui_app &> /dev/null &) This is Nathan Fellman's answer plus redirect
Save and Restore your Terminal tabsBy Wyldeplayground | June 1, 2017 | Category gnome, gnome-terminal, Ubuntu Author:Francesco Marchioni I have a large list of tabs which are open in each terminal. I’d need to save them with a meaningful name and res
For new users who are just starting out with Ubuntu and want to install Google Chrome browser, here’s the quickest way to do it. There are many ways to install Google Chrome in Ubuntu. Some prefer going directly to Google Chrome download page and get
For 12. 04 and belowThe additional drivers program has a command line interface, jockey-text: Use jockey-text --list to get a list of available drivers and their status, then use # the init lines are required only for graphics drivers sudo init 1 joc
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I use mainly Terminator, and it's usually opened with 3 split terminal windows. I also use Gnome terminal for various reasons. I'm wondering how is bash history handled in this case as I sometimes miss previously issued commands when I run history Fo