Type: Posts; User: Ramses de Norre; Keyword(s):
Not even with drivers, you just reload the kernel modules. Ubuntu is a distro that should work for people with very little linux knowledge too, so telling such people to reload a kernel module is,...
They work fine here, maybe try another DNS server (like OpenDNS).
Download and burn knoppix.
Use a live disc, chroot in and complete the upgrade?
Well, didn't I tell you how? That command tells iptables to drop every incomming echo request so no answer will be send.
iptables -A INPUT -p icmp -m icmp --icmp-type echo-request -j DROP
That's the relevant piece of the build script, so yes it is supposed to be ran in a terminal.
This is how I did it on another distro:
sed -i -e 's|enable_msnp14=no|enable_msnp14=yes|g' configure.ac
# gconf won't die with the --disable-schemas-install option
sed -i -e...
What does the "file" command say about that file?
Seems interesting but not in a usable state yet. I'll keep an eye on it though.
This is the unix philosophy, everything is a file.
~ is a shell inbuilt, you can't change that unless you change the source. To change a user's home directory you can use usermod -d .
Or even better, label your partitions and get rid of those UUIDs, more info can be found here.
I've done this with a simple cp -a and everything worked perfectly. Be sure to do it when you're not running from the partition being transferred though.
In ~/.vimrc: colorscheme custom and save the colorscheme as ~/.vim/colors/custom.vim .
Try File > Bookmarks > Organize Bookmarks > Import and Backup button > From File
If you want practice, don't use a GUI file manager and text editor anymore.
In your bashrc, try exporting CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS, for compiling c and c++ respectively. I'm not sure about how ubuntu handles these env var's though, if it doesn't work you can try adding this to...
You're right, it isn't necessary. Doesn't matter though.
You asked an example, this is an interface from an application I wrote with a database back-end. The purpose is to allow the user to use any database system he wants, he just needs to write a class...
I think you should only do that if the enum is clearly a part of the object your class is representing, if it is an entity of itself (like the direction of my example) your code will be cleaner when...
In a separate class, an enum. Example.
sed -e s/TEXT/$VAR/ input_file