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Liam Dawe

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If you like your music games you really should check out Audiosurf 2. The full release supports Linux of course!
Audiosurf 2 is the sequel to the smash hit music game Audiosurf, and as the name suggests you do literally surf the music. The sequel is available day-1 on Linux thanks to having a build during the Early Access time.
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Uros Kralj

Share Your Desktop!  - 
 
So here it is...Ubuntu 15.04 on new Asus X554L laptop.
Using:
- Paper theme
- Numix circle icons
- wallpaper (somewhere on google)
- conky gotham time n' date
- Conky-Weather (modified a bit)

#ubuntu   #linux   #desktop   
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+Ray Kodiak Try Lubuntu, its a lightweight OS
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Daria Shigina

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Nicolas Bour

Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty)  - 
 
Is anyone knows a good video editor for Ubuntu 14.04.2 ? 
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+Michael Haney Thanks for the info
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Mick Baines

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Taken on a Dell Inspiron Mini 10.
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I think it was the extension. The chrome icon and the hangouts icon appear in my Ubuntu menu when I open Chrome.
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Russell Adams

Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty)  - 
 
I'm looking for a screensaver application that will allow me to have random alternating pictures displayed that look like they are old pollaroids. I have seen this in the past on my boss' computer where I used to work and was wondering if Linux had such a thing. I believe his was an XP machine but I may be wrong.
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Xscreensaver
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Marco Sumari

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+Nawar Al-Mallouhi Just try to get used to it ;-) Otherwise look for instructions to use Nautilus as desktop --> It's not too hard, you can find them in the elementary G+ group.
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Uros Kralj

Help & Support  - 
 
Anyone has any idea why Conky weather images aren't showing on the desktop??
I placed .images folder to home and the path is correct but for some reason they're not displaying.

Using ubuntu 15.04

thanks,
#ununtu   #conky  
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thanks :=)
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Dan Tallant (Dime)

Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty)  - 
 
Hey all, need a little help and clarification. In simplest terms, I have a 1tb USB HDD that I'd like to copy all the contents to a 2tb USB HDD. What's the simplest and fastest way to do this on Ubuntu 14.04? Thanks in advance!
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you're welcome :)
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Zachary J. Salas Burgess

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Spotted. On main dell website. No special search required. Its just right there. US. http://www.dell.com/us/p/inspiron-15-3551-laptop-ubuntu/pd?ref=PD_Family
Enjoy your videos and movies from almost anywhere with a new, thin design that offers Ubuntu OS and the latest processor options.
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I'm happy to see Dell offering Ubuntu out of the box on a laptop.  I just refuse to buy Dell laptops until they get rid of that stupid no charging the battery unless you buy an official power supply thing that always seems to fail at the motherboard end of the chain.
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Drang Po

OMG! Ubuntu!  - 
 
World’s first Ubuntu powered Drone launched

It seems world is slowly and steadily moving towards Linux powered devices. After Linux was used to power destroyers for US Navy, now Erle Robotics has used Ubuntu to power a drone.
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Abhishek Pal

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Live Backgrounds. #Ubuntu  14.04 #plank   #numix  Icons. #gif   #cinnamon  Desktop. 
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+David Carey Its just an animation. See the link above. Thanks +Fernando Anselmo 
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Linux Netbook

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0:27, if you're quick, you can get a glimpse of it
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Nicolas Bour

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Taken on a Toshiba Satellite a660-1f5.
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+wellington hipolito Yeah it's hangouts
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Julian Reddemann

OMG! Ubuntu!  - 
 
How to delete the file and folder history in dash
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Russell Adams

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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS....
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+Russell Adams spot on :)
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Michal Volejnik

Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty)  - 
 
CESG, the UK government office, released "End User Devices Security Guidance: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS" a week ago. The document provides advice to UK government entities and organisations providing services to UK government, but is definitely usefull for personal or corporate environment use if such rules are omitted or missing.
The guidance includes shell pre/post-install scripts, that's good. It works (with a little fix), that's better.
More on https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/end-user-devices-security-guidance-ubuntu-1404-lts .
God bless the queen.

Other recommandations published by CIS are available for a while. Available on https://benchmarks.cisecurity.org/downloads/show-single/?file=ubuntu1404.100 .
Configuration guidance for the use of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for remote working at OFFICIAL
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That's great! I guess OS monopoly of US based softwares should cease. Linux allows countries to freely build and implement their own version of OS. This is a great advantage.
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ziesmcd00m

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A wallpaper from my 3.5 year old son . 
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My son make similar photos XD but he is 1.5 yr old
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Rob Boone

Help & Support  - 
 
Harmless but mind-numbingly frustrating bug:

I have my dream setup (Ubuntu 14.04), but one bug is driving me crazy. When I have multiple Firefox windows open, spread out on different workspaces (so, a FF window on Workspace1, another on Workspace 2), the focus sometimes / frequently stays on the previous workspace. So, if I'm in Workspace 2, and switch back to Workspace 1, then hit ctrl + t to open a new tab, it actually opens a new tab on Workspace 2, when I'm actually on Workspace 1. Same goes just typing: if I hit ctrl + l to highlight the address bar and begin typing, the action is performed on the previous workspace.

The only workaround is to hit ctrl + n to open up a new window, then close it, and the focus goes back to the window on the current workspace.

So, obviously it's a focus issue(?), and I'm thinking there may be a fix in CCSM, but it may be FF, too- this only seems to happen with Firefox, but it's the only app I have multiple instances of on separate workspaces on a regular basis.

Anyone? I'm at a loss. Thanks so much in advance.
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There is one way to do something like that: http://bluishcoder.co.nz/articles/mozilla/firefox-no-remote.html
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