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  1. [ubuntu] Re: How to invoke sudo and keeping user's environment variables

    After some experimenting, I decided to chown the whole directory to an ordinary user (following s3gfault's suggestion) and not to mess with sudo at all. Everything works OK for now :D

    Thank you...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: How to invoke sudo and keeping user's environment variables

    The default option was to install everything to /usr/local/texlive/2008/$SUBDIRS, so I *had* to install via sudo. This way I hit the troubles, but I'll try to reach an Ubuntu-friendly way upgrading...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: How to invoke sudo and keeping user's environment variables

    I suppose that this would run OK (after cd to the container directory), but once things start to get installed I'd need a unchanged environment anyway...

    Thanks for the suggestion, though!
  4. [ubuntu] Re: How to invoke sudo and keeping user's environment variables

    Thank you, Sarmacid, but the proposed sudo option didn't help:


    me@ubuntubox:~$ sudo -E tlmgr
    sudo: tlmgr: command not found
  5. [ubuntu] How to invoke sudo and keeping user's environment variables

    This might go as well into the general help forum, but since my question is about using "sudo", I decided to post it here.

    I have installed some local software (actually TeXLive2008, by using sudo...
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    Re: Murrine Official Thread

    Indeed... :(

    But maybe it's better to ask Cimi via PM how he has managed to get the look you're searching for.

    Cheers!!!
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    Re: Murrine Official Thread

    mikegabriel,

    my last post was based only on assumptions, but after you have reported your problems, I have actually downloaded the mentioned gtk & metacity themes just to verify, and the result...
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    Re: Murrine Official Thread

    mikegabriel,

    the theme in question is MurrinaFancyCandy -- it looks like MurrinaCandy, but the title bar is black ;) You may find it at the top of Cimi's theme page...
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    Re: Murrine Official Thread

    And thanks, Cimi, for the beautiful Murrine engine + themes!!!
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    Re: Murrine Official Thread

    But your profile says "Dapper user". Perhaps you should update it;)
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    Re: Murrine Official Thread

    Thanks for the Dapper package, malteo!
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    Re: Murrine Official Thread

    Thanks, lizardking, for the package, but I cannot install it on Dapper Drake. The GDebi package installer says that a dependency is not satisfiable (libatk1.0-0), but I have it installed (see the...
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    Re: Slow forum download

    Unfortunately, after the recent downtime I also experience ubuntuforums.org being disappointedly slow:(

    Hope this goes better soon!

    Cheers!!!
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    Re: TUTORIAL: AWStats with APACHE2

    Thanks to this tutorial I have a working AWstats installation, but I wonder how to tweak it further in order to:

    1) allow the statistics page to be accessible only to a range of local addresses...
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    Poll: Re: Microsoft goes HUMAN ;)

    Besides being a nasty ripoff, it's absolutely *UGLY*
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    Re: What is your favorite EDITOR?

    I'd give my vote for EMACS :)
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    Re: HOWTO: Block most ads in firefox

    A more efficient userContent.css file may be found at http://www.gozer.org/mozilla/ad_blocking/css/userContent.css

    Have a clean browsing:)
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    Poll: Re: What are your system specs

    CPU:

    processor : 0
    vendor_id : CentaurHauls
    cpu family : 6
    model : 7
    model name : VIA Samuel 2
    stepping : 3
    cpu MHz : 733.425
    cache size ...
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    Re: ubuntu on older hardware?

    http://www.binonabiso.com/en/Ubuntu-miniRAM-HOWTO.html

    The above link may be useful to you;)
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