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    [ubuntu] Re: Search programmes

    Yes, grep will get the job done. Something like the following basic command will search for "TEXT" in "DIRECTORY" and recursively through its sub directories:

    grep -r "TEXT" DIRECTORY/

    May...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Where can I find the files I received thru Pidgin?

    Yeah, I think that's correct, I certainly can't receive files from people using MS' IM client.
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do I type something?

    Safer for installing packages, but you use the CL for more than that!
  4. Thread: Building GMP

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    [ubuntu] Re: Building GMP

    Easier to go via synaptic.



    sudo apt-get install m4
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do I type something?

    Applications > Accessories > Terminal and away you go!
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    [ubuntu] Re: newbie can't resolve hostname

    Not sure how that solved the problem, but I'm happy for you!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Working in a Netwoek Environment

    Group Policy provides centralized management and configuration of computers and remote users according to the documentation, so maybe LDAP?
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    [ubuntu] Re: add swap space/ memory now full?

    Those commands are a way of analysing your currrent set up, they wont change anything.

    If you are ever in need of more info on a command type

    man <command>

    man fdisk for example.

    in the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Am I under some kind of attack?

    Yeah, it looks as if you did it right.

    At any rate you have that port closed so whatever was trying to get in won’t be able to, I think it may have been torrent traffic anyway.

    A lot of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: add swap space/ memory now full?

    I'm not sure what went wrong, but for reference according to some documentation I dug up:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Am I under some kind of attack?

    Can you run nmap against one specific port i.e. 6261, the one you were blocking traffic on?
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    [ubuntu] Re: newbie can't resolve hostname

    I have been thinking about this one and haven't simply jumped ship!

    Can you check to see if there are any host records on the DNS server that pertain to your new server (in addition to the one...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Downloads

    Tar archives don't always contain source code, they somtimes contain compressed binaries.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Downloads

    Yes it is.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Downloads

    http://monkeyblog.org/ubuntu/installing/

    You can't go wrong with this!
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    [other] Re: Opera Question

    I'm beginning to think there isn't.
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    [other] Re: Opera Question

    That's the default setting for the middle mouse click, but it doesn't control the bahaviour of the 'plus' button on the tabs themselves.
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    [other] Re: Opera Question

    You would think so, but I'm damned if I can find it!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Am I under some kind of attack?

    I don't think it is if you use it to analyse your own systems.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Am I under some kind of attack?

    Can you provide some kind of log output?
  21. [ubuntu] Re: How to uninstall an application that was not installed via Add/Remove?

    Pretty sure that's just a binary in an archive.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Am I under some kind of attack?

    Do you use some kind of torrent?
  23. [ubuntu] Re: a media player to listen to the bbc

    With the steps I posted I installed it in under one minute!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Supplied CD and .iso

    Reboot your system and there should be an option on the boot menu to re-install the operating system or something similiar (post the options and I'll tell you witch one), and that will restore the...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: a media player to listen to the bbc

    In gnome:

    Applications > Accessories > Terminal

    cd ~/Dektop

    Continue from step 3 of my previous post.
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