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Some users of the Gedit who upgraded to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS have been left unimpressed by the text editor’s new compact look. Gedit 3.18 is included in the base install of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS desktop but lacks the fully-featured toolbar of Gedit 3.10 that…
Some users of the Gedit who upgraded to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS have been left unimpressed by the text editor's new compact look. Gedit 3.18 is included in the ba
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I'm so looking forward to the day when Ubuntu rids itself of the Gnome apps. Having to revert every second release because something's become suddenly unusable is really sad.
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It doesn’t matter if you love GNOME Shell or not as there’s no overlooking that it’s by far and away one of the most openly extensible Linux desktop environments available.  Part of what makes it so funtastically flexible are GNOME Shell Extensions. GNOME…
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The latest release of GNOME Web, formerly known as ‘Epiphany’, will enable system web apps to run on desktops that are not based on GNOME. That might sound like an obvious factor; https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=767101 “Expect system web apps…
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That would be lots better than Electron
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Way back in February ago we asked you to list the top Terminal commands you thought every Linux user should know. You, awesome folks that you are, replied in your droves. More than one thousand of you sent in a list of command line should-knows. I had…
Way back in February ago we asked you to list the top Terminal commands you thought every Linux user should know. You, awesome folks that you are, replied
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"cat - concatenate files and print on the standard output" citation from the manpage you refered to ;)

sudo: It originally stood for "superuser do" as the older versions of sudo were designed to run commands only as the superuser. However, the later versions added support for running commands not only as the superuser but also as other (restricted) users, and thus it is also commonly expanded as "substitute user do". [Wikipedia: sudo]
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Want to try the latest bleeding edge release of VLC on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. You’ve found the right post. I’m going to assume that you’re super sensible and are very aware of the caveats that come with running pre-release software (i.e., bugs, bugs and, er,…
Want to try the latest bleeding edge release of VLC on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. You've found the right post. I'm going to assume that you're super sensible and ar
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looks like its an error 404.
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Midori is the name of a nimble webkit-based web-browser — but could it also be the codename of a new Ubuntu Phone? Some recent IRC chatter suggests yes. As with previous Ubuntu phones the codename for the new handset is also based on a character from the…
Midori is the name of a nimble webkit-based web-browser — but could it also be the codename of a new Ubuntu Phone? Some recent IRC chatter suggests yes. As
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+Nishant Agrwal It's up to Facebook to make a Whatsapp version for Ubuntu. Not Canonical or the community. 
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I’m now two large Soya Latte’s in to my day …and I’m yet to write anything for you to read. In fact, I’m staring at the same blank WordPress draft I was when the lid on today was prised open. And that bugs me. It’s not for lack of trying, I might. Heck,…
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+Claude Champagne Right, I've a 250 GB SSD and the I've 2 GBs of free space. it's really precious! :D
I'm working on getting a 1 TB SSD, but it's really expensive.

However, in my older laptop, I've a 1 TB HDD. I've also 3 external HDDs (1 TB, 2 TBs, and 4 TBs)!
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Auto-complete on mobile devices helps to save a ton of time and screen taps. But have you ever wanted something similar on the desktop? Mac OS X (or is it macOS, now?) has just such a feature built in: you start typing a sentence then, when you want to…
Auto-complete on mobile devices helps to save a ton of time and screen taps. But have you ever wanted something similar on the desktop? Mac OS X (or is it
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The gcin input method (and some others) does something similar. It's mostly for Chinese and Japanese input but also supports English input and auto complete. It's a common feature in Chinese input methods.
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GNOME music is getting a ta
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"gnome music tag editor"

A tag editor. That makes sense. I did not have to read an article. Thanks, +OMG! Ubuntu!
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Snaps on Arch! Snaps on Samsung ARTIK! Snaps on Fedora! Snaps on Dell Gateways! Snaps on elementary! Snaps on
Snaps on Arch! Snaps on Samsung ARTIK! Snaps on Fedora! Snaps on Dell Gateways! Snaps on elementary! Snaps on
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Manjaro wanted also this sort of system, Binary packages with depency in it, so you can run older firefox and new side by side as example, ALso this software does not rely to much on depency on the os. Because if arch have renew this system totaly a software package can break easily because of depency is hard for software makers to follow even on ubuntu side.. if a softwae maker makes a snap every distro will profit at the end. and does not break so easily because some depency flaws because the software needed some older parts or newer... its goed for deliver games etc...
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Many of us are avid users of the Ubuntu phone on a daily basis. And we know there are some rough edges to take care of. The canonical team delivers, with each OTA, many bugfixes, improvements and features. And yet, there’s always room to improve! Many of…
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