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    Re: Commandline Web Server Questions

    oldos2er,

    I wanted to see the names of the packages in question before actually applying the upgrade. I decided to make a backup of my VM before going through with the upgrade.
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    Re: Commandline Web Server Questions

    steeldriver, you provided me with the answer I was actually looking for. This is the same thing I used a while back to get the last, I just couldn't remember the name. Thank you so very much!!!!!
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    Commandline Web Server Questions

    I'm running a commandline version of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with Apache and PHP 5.3 in VMWare, acting as a webhost. After logging in, I've been prompted that several updates are available (11 being...
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    Sticky: Introducing Myself

    So, I thought I would take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Samuel. I'm a web developer using the current development standards as "suggested" by the W3C. I do a lot of Drupal work.
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    Re: Debian: Sublime Text

    Based on your response, I'll assume that you didn't read or look into the links I shared initially in my thread. The "~/bin/st" and "/bin/st" locations don't exist in a fresh brand new Debian...
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    [Windows_] Re: Win8 and existing Win7 dual boots

    Windows 8 doesn't interfere with current dual booting. It only upgrades the Windows 7 partition.
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    Re: Debian: Sublime Text

    I did. When I first installed Debian on my laptop, I added my personal user accout to the sudoers. I used both "sudo" and "su" to perform the task. The problem is that neither "~/bin/st" or...
  8. Re: Need some help repairing my filesystem (NTFS)

    Guises,

    When a Windows XP NTFS becomes uninitialized, this usually means that a sector on your hard drive is being read over and over again (because it has become bad). What's the solution to...
  9. Re: Need some help repairing my filesystem (NTFS)

    I realize that you're a forum administrator/moderator. I'm not sure how familiar you are with technical issues, but I assure you that my questions are extremely important due to the fact that when...
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    I have several questions that I would like you to answer before we can get to the root of what's causing your problem. First, which boot disks did you try? Were they boot disks specifically for...
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    Debian: Sublime Text

    Recently, I decided to switch to a Linux distro (Debian 6.0.6) on my laptop. I wanted to get used to using the bash shell since all the websites that are hosted by my employer are on CentOS 5.5, I...
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