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Jesús, for "libpackagekit" run: sudo apt-get install packagekit-backend-aptcc
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This is my favorite GUI text editor for Linux, I use the Windows version all the time too. I also covered this topic here.
I'm using Mint Cinnamone installed on virtual machine VMWare. The instruction helped me to adjust my mouse scroll wheel speed. I set the value to 6. Now it's comfortable to use the mouse. Thanks a lot!
Cecilieaux Bois de Murier, 1. Silentcast 2. I haven't checked, but I think that it is possible to do in the program SimpleScreenRecorder
Cecilieaux Bois de Murier
Is there an application that imports stills into a GIF?
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Ubuntu Cleaner - Keep your system clean

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