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Glad you like it :)
Here's the most recent review:
# Shell program to check for new nvidia drivers.
You're welcome :)
Just a quick answer, but this solution would require the nowplaying plugin again. I don't know if the URI to the albumcover is reported in dbus... If so, this would be pretty...
It didnt work properly for some distributions i tried. Probably because there are different FS used for the LiveCDs (like squashfs, casper, isolinux...)
I found it doesn't work properly for LiveCDs...
Unetbootin doesnt work properly.
Easier to mount the iso, copy the files over to the stick you want to use, and finally use syslinux to make it bootable.
You should see a folder...
Actually not no.
But I haven't been running ubuntu for some time now, guess I can't help you there.
lsusb= list usb devices
So, if it appears in lsusb, it did already appear in your system
CLI = Command Line Interface
so, typing any of the commands into a terminal will do what the...
Here's a wallpaper with the most common commands. ask google for cheatsheets to find more.
Ahh, it's ok, actually, I even have to thank you :D
There hasn't been too much going on in here anyway ^^
I'm usually using the latest drivers available, at the moment this is 190.32
But I'm not running ubuntu, so I don't know which fix or improvement your hoping for.
But, as altering the driver...
Nope, just checks for new drivers. Useful if you get stuck in a shell and don't like lynx or w3m or so to figure out how the download url is.
Actually, the nVidia driver doesn't have to many...
Thx to coz_ who told me uname -m isn't working for 32bit archs.
Here's the updated version (if anybody is using ia64, i would appreciate if you would let me know what `uname -m` returns so I can add...
Hmm, although this obviously hardly bothers anyone (- I actually wonder why -) I decided to take another shot on explaining some further usage possibilities.
This second part deals with a Jabber...
.d directories (or more likely, the files inside) are sourced in the matching file.
So, /etc/apt/sources.list.d/bla.list will be sourced in /etc/apt/sources.list
Sry, I didn't find much time the last couple of days, I'm gonna take a look into this.
Thanks, seems like we got this going :)
So you want something like
It is possible, yes. But I'm usually trying to avoid booting, so I dont care, cause at best I will see...
Alright, it's probably easiest to implement some generic code you can easily refer to later on.
Here's an example I have in my bashrc
# ======== Custom prompt
# Define colors for readability...
Although obviously nobody uses it, I've been bored and completely rewritten it.
Should be a lot better now, so I gonna remove the old version.
for $foo; do kill -9 $foo; done
make a little script with something like the above and place it in ~/bin.
But it's probably easier using pkill ^^ which does exactly that.
It's not 323 but 0x323
Thats the hexadecimal notation.
I'm gonna take this thread to inform you what I'm currently doing so we can keep in touch.
You may add me in jabber if you have it. If not there's a link in my sig how you can set it up...
here's a draft.
I wrote comments into the Readmes in each folder.
It's by no means complete, but should give you a base to start from.
Yes, I've seen that 0.02 and 0.03 are obsolete but just after I already finished writing the spec.
I'm gonna take a look into 0.4 when I find some time this week and let you know then.