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    Re: running scripts in terminal mode

    You need to tell your Bash script to use the argument you're feeding it. Arguments are referred to as $1 for the first argument, $2 for the second and so on, while $@ will be replaced by all the...
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    Re: gaming on ubuntu, good idea

    Counter-Strike: Source and Counter-Strike: GO will work, since they have been ported natively to Linux. The rest will probably work under Wine or PlayOnLinux, with or without issues. See this link...
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    [ubuntu] Re: remapping a single key

    As mentioned in the above tutorial, you can do it with xev and xmodmap (to install them, use sudo apt-get install x11-utils x11-xserver-utils. Then type xev to see the keycodes, and use xmodmap to...
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    Re: quake3-server on Ubuntu 14.04

    Yes, the protocols are diferent, so as far as I know you have to use an OA client to connect to the OA server (that comes included in the repositories too, just install the openarena package)....
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    Re: quake3-server on Ubuntu 14.04

    As far as I know Punkbuster is obsolete in ioQuake3 (I'm assuming that's what you have installed from the repositories). Even so, Punkbuster would not be included in your server setup (you'd have to...
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    Re: Trusty Tahr wallpaper

    They're all nice, and the Tahr logo seems suited to modify some other official wallpapers too. Nice work!
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    [SOLVED] Re: software install issue [TEAMVIEWER]

    Can you try opening a terminal and see if cd ~/Downloads && sudo dpkg -i teamviewer_linux.deb works, and if not, what is the output you get?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox extremely slow

    You can go to the menu in the top-left side of the window and click on Add-ons, or use Ctrl+Shift+A, or if you have the menu enabled it should be under the Tools menu, or your best bet is to open a...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Text to speech impossible to turn off 14.04 LTS

    I'm not sure which one is included in Ubuntu, but it may be Orca. You can try to do ps aux|grep orca and then kill all instances of Orca. If your program appears to start up automatically, one way to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox extremely slow

    This may be related to add-ons or plug-ins that take up memory. Try running Firefox in safe mode, or disable all the add-ons and see if the problem persists. To run it in safe mode, from the terminal...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Convert ogg vorbis to mp3

    You can also do it with oggdec and lame, however converting between lossy audio files is not recommended. But anyway, you can install vorbis-tools and lame (e.g. sudo apt-get install vorbis-tools...
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    [ubuntu] Re: where are my programs?

    You can press the Super key (Windows Logo key) to open Dash, then type the name of programs there (like terminal, of firefox etc). You can also press Alt+F2 and type the full name of the program...
  13. Re: One of the best linux videos I've seen in ages

    OK this is more like stand-up comedy rather than a Linux presentation. Really nice one :)
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    Re: Have you purchased a Linux game lately?

    I own Half-Life 2 and Counter-Strike on Steam. Steam on Linux is really great, it's definitely going to help a lot the Linux gaming scene, and there are new games appearing at a constant rate which...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't install Heroku Toolbelt

    You're welcome :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't install Heroku Toolbelt

    The standalone binary seems to work me:


    wget -qO- https://toolbelt.heroku.com/install.sh | bash
    This script requires superuser access to install software.
    You will be prompted for your...
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    Poll: Re: Which is your main IM network?

    I've always used IRC since I like it a lot, and now also Facebook besides IRC. Used Yahoo!, MSN and Skype in the past too. IRC is a great way of learning new stuff from really skilled persons...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Studying HTML with Vim

    That's the first time I hear a comparison like this ;) Most of the people I know would probably have a somewhat different expression on their faces when looking at Vim ;)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Adventures in ubuntu - complete noob

    I don't know about the panels, I'm using KDE. Google for something like "program autostart cairo dock" or "cairo dock config", I've personally never used it.

    As for the terminal, a good place to...
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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    I'm just doing basic web development. I'm using Emacs and Kate as editors, as all my HTML/CSS/PHP code is done by hand. Also, I have Apache installed and several other packages needed to run a local...
  21. Re: C - assigment makes integer from pointer without a cast warning

    Yes, getenv will return the path to your home dir, for example /home/user, but path[1] = *home will still assign the first character of home to path[1] (which would be '/').
  22. Re: C - assigment makes integer from pointer without a cast warning

    You can try something like this:

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <string.h>

    int main( int argc, char *argv[] )
    {
    char *path;
    const char *home = getenv("HOME");
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    Re: Easy C/GTK project ideas?

    Making C plugins for various applications should be a good start. Also, why not try a simple music player with C/GTK and eventually gstreamer? Or a basic text editor. I started with some C plugins...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to survive 11.10 version

    6. The solution most of the people use is to install gnome-session-fallback and then at the login screen select "GNOME Classic" or "GNOME Classic (No Effects)".


    sudo apt-get install...
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    [SOLVED] Re: gedit to ansi?

    Hi,

    ASCII uses 128 characters. You could save your document as UTF-8 and then install the uni2ascii package (sudo apt-get install uni2ascii). Try using that tool in command-line to convert your...
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