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    Re: Using LAMP and MEAN on 1 Machine.

    The easiest way would be to configure each project as above. Wherever the port is set, just change it per project (if they are all running at once). If running only one at a time, they can all use...
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    Re: Using LAMP and MEAN on 1 Machine.

    I might have missed the point of the question, but the simple way is just using different ports (as mentioned). If you leave Apache on (presumably) port 80, you can just set Express to listen on...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Not getting full download rate

    I know this is marked solved, but I'll put the reason up for Googlers. It is due to internet speeds being advertised in kbps or Mbps (kilobits or megabits per second) and regular people used to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: thunderbird and gmail

    For programs (like Thunderbird) which can't use two-factor authentication, you'll need to set up an "App-specific password".

    Go to your Google account settings and go to the security tab, then...
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    Re: Error: File not found

    Unless it has changed recently, you can install MATLAB natively Linux/Windows/OSX. It used to either have enough for all three on the disc (it's largely Java anyway), or separate downloads if you get...
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    [SOLVED] Re: ttf-mscorefonts-installer EULA

    For reference, pressing the right arrow key will also work.
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to make changes with manual commands

    I don't use gedit very often but it looks as though you want the first answer here.

    EDIT: for completeness: In gedit preferences, disable "Create a backup copy of file before saving"

    As far as...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: list of repository terminal commands for linux game emulators?

    The most popular and well-known emulators will be in the universe repository which is one of the standard Ubuntu repos. When packages aren't available, other repositories can be set up to add more...
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    [SOLVED] Re: firefox 29 installation issues

    prat22 is using 13.04 as it says in the OP which has Firefox 26.0 in the repos. My recommendation is to update from 13.04 to a newer release, but the rest of my post answers their question.


    You...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: was the dolphin removed

    The command you are probably after is apt-cache search. E.g. to find the visual boy advance package:
    $ apt-cache search visual boy advanceThis will give an output of something like:
    user@ubuntu:~$...
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    [SOLVED] Re: firefox 29 installation issues

    Is there a reason you don't want to use the repo version? I guess on 13.04 it isn't up to date. That said, it looks as though 13.04 reached end of life on 27th January this year. You should probably...
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    Re: Want a minimal login screen!

    Yep. Slim will do as you wish as it is very easy to theme (assuming there are no suitable themes already). Just have a look at one of the stock ones (/usr/share/slim/themes or thereabouts) for...
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    Re: Installing on 2014 Razer Blade

    I don't have any real help per se, but it might be worth searching around secure boot and UEFI. I don't have any systems with secure boot, but modern laptops like the Blade will probably have it....
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    Re: 404 Not Found Webuser1

    Yep, a 404 would be expected. Apache in Ubuntu uses /var/www as the document root, so if it is listening on 192.168.0.7 (local network) it will serve the contents of /var/www when you ask it to. It...
  15. Thread: X11 keys

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    [ubuntu] Re: X11 keys

    My first idea would be to take a look at the BIOS settings for that laptop. I have a Dell which has a BIOS option of how to consider the function keys, the two settings being "normal" function keys...
  16. Thread: pdf reader

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    [xubuntu] Re: pdf reader

    The default in Ubuntu is Evince. As already said by Paulgirardin and andrew.46, Okular is really rather good. My goto reader is usually epdfview, though it appears no longer to be in...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: How does a desktop environment shutdowns a computer without asking for password?

    Hi there. For number one, this probably answers your question: http://askubuntu.com/questions/361988/why-do-we-need-to-be-root-in-terminal-for-shutdown-and-restart. Basic point is that the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: MySQL error when connecting with PHP

    If MySQL is running on the same machine as the PHP scripts are, try connecting to MySQL on "localhost" rather than "10.4.56.53".

    I would have thought, when trying to connect to MySQL with an IP,...
  19. Re: Tried to install SOGo now have broken files, need to uninstall SOGo

    Sorry Dave, I thought I'd answered this post. A fresh install of Ubuntu (with "add third party whatnots" ticked during installation) has the following enabled (Software Centre: Edit -> Software...
  20. Re: Tried to install SOGo now have broken files, need to uninstall SOGo

    OK, so then the summary of what you have already run is (don't run these again):

    sudo su
    echo -e "deb http://inverse.ca/ubuntu-nightly precise precise\ndeb-src http://inverse.ca/ubuntu-nightly...
  21. Re: Tried to install SOGo now have broken files, need to uninstall SOGo

    Sorry I took awhile to respond. I hope you've recovered from your trip.

    Disclaimer - I don't know much (if anything) about SOGo itself, but I'm happy to try and help from a Linux/Ubuntu...
  22. Re: Tried to install SOGo now have broken files, need to uninstall SOGo

    Sorry, to post the content run the following in the terminal and copy/paste here:
    cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/SOGo.listThat should work as your regular user so no need for sudo there.

    I'll assume...
  23. Thread: ssh

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    Re: ssh

    You can only access via SSH if you have an account on the server. For logging in without a password you either need SSH keys set up, or that passwordless logins enabled on the server (unlikely).
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    [all variants] Re: lighttpd - multiple domains

    I'm not familiar with lighthttpd but from using Apache, what you need is virtual hosts. The "Linode Library" is a really good source of information for running servers (doesn't have to be one of...
  25. Re: Tried to install SOGo now have broken files, need to uninstall SOGo

    How far through the installation did you get? Could you post the contents of /etc/apt/sources.list.d/SOGo.list?

    It looks as though in the very first step (Add SOGo Repository & GPG Public Key) it...
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