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  1. [all variants] Re: How to harvest files from several directories - CLI

    Brilliant. Is there a way to look into these folders recursively? So I only have to specify the main folder, not each individual subfolder?

    Thanks for your efforts,
    Christian
  2. [all variants] How to harvest files from several directories - CLI

    Hi everyone,
    I'm in the process oflearning Bash scripting. Right now I want to harvest all the .png files from several subfolders (all are in one master folder) and put them all in one target...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Trying to install on a powerbook G4

    I recently installed Lubuntu on an iBook G4. At first I had no hardware graphic acceleration also and the only Player that gave me aceptable video playback performance was VLC. All others where just...
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    [other] Re: Fastest linux distro.

    Anything with a "propper" desktop environment (LXDE, GNOME, XFCE, KDE) slows you down a lot.

    If you really want a fast distro have a look at something with a simple window manager.

    Puppy...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Nautilus thinks all files are executables

    OK, I got fooled. I recently installed LXDE, just to check out how far they have progressed in the meantime. Nevertheless, I went back to GNOME- more convenient and my laptop has the resources to...
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    [ubuntu] Nautilus thinks all files are executables

    Hm, since yesterday my file manager (nautilus) thinks that all my files are executables. I can still open the files in the appropriate applications, but only with the "open with.." option. default is...
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