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Mounting a Windows 8.1 partition on Ubuntu 14.04

If u guys have a problem mounting a Windows 8.1 partition on Ubuntu 14.04 , Here's a Quick fix that worked for me :

Disable the default hibernation mode by using CMD program as administrator – Boot into Windows and type “cmd” in the search field on the built-in Windows search app >> launch the app and type: powercfg -h off >> press enter and your done.

Sublime Text 3 Ubuntu 14.04 Licence

Sublime Text 3 Ubuntu 14.04
Nicolas Hennion
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To make cut and paste (Ctrl+V, Ctrl+C) work in the console

To make cut and paste (Ctrl+V, Ctrl+C) work in the console or terminal, put the following code into terminal to change the key bindings automatically:

$ gconftool-2 -t str -s /apps/gnome-terminal/keybindings/copy "<Control>c"

$ gconftool-2 -t str -s /apps/gnome-terminal/keybindings/paste "<Control>v"

Installing Dansguardian Webmin Module

Download the webmin module and run the following:

cd /usr/share/webmin/ dgwebmin-0.7.0beta1b.wbm # <-- webmin dansguardian module location
$ sed -i "s|autorestart=0|autorestart=1|" /etc/webmin/dansguardian/config
$ sed -i "s|file=/sbin|file=/usr/sbin|" /etc/webmin/dansguardian/config
$ sed -i "s|/rc.d/init.d|/init.d|" /etc/webmin/dansguardian/config
$ sed -i "s|/rc.d/init.d|/init.d|" /etc/webmin/dansguardian/config

Using Sublime Text or gedit when logging as User

For me I used xhost + and it solved the problem. You can use it when you are working in a  remote instance and you wanna use gedit. By default, and for security reasons, the only user that interacts with X-server is the logged-in user. Meaning, You can not initiate a connection to x-server as a different user or in your case as root, unless you have overridden the default setting to allow different users/hosts to connect to x-server. So the error message you are getting is related to x-server since any other user can't connect to it. In order to get around it, you have various fixes you can apply. What I normally do when ever I need to run an X-app as root is as follows. From normal user terminal, I run xhost + to grant access to all user temporarilyThen I log in as root from a different terminal and execute the X-app ie gedit tester.php To make it permanent (which I don't suggest), edit /etc/profile and add the following line: export XAUTHORITY=/root/.Xauthority