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Using the ">>" will write to the end of a file. Using ">" will replace all text in the file.
So, say the command was
ls -al >> txt.txt
Go to System -> Admin -> Software Sources, then "Select Best Server".
(Pssst... you're doing it wrong now..)
Oh.. Sure :p
You need to run
sudo ifconfig wlan0 down first.
sudo ifconfig wlan0 up
sudo airmon-ng start wlan0
And kill each process it lists until airodump-ng wlan0 works.
This is a bit hit...
Yeah, cause that's a valid reason to be using a kernel or not.
Anyway, HURD is no good. If it was close to being stable at all, rms would use it. He does not, shows how much it sucks ATM. And yes,...
I'm really not.
You all seem to be assuming I'm saying it's a bad thing. I'm merely stating the facts. Interpret them as you will.
That's my point. They can't handle it themselves.
Caonical could not even begin to handle things without Debian to base itself upon.
Very well, try this -
find /var/lib/dpkg/alternatives/*flash* -type f -size 0 | xargs sudo rm
No, it's all one command.
wget http://launchpadlibrarian.net/29383483/flash.patch -O- | sudo patch /var/lib/dpkg/info/flashplugin-nonfree.prerm && sudo dpkg --purge --force all flashplugin-nonfree...
wget http://launchpadlibrarian.net/29383483/flash.patch -O- | sudo patch /var/lib/dpkg/info/flashplugin-nonfree.prerm && sudo dpkg --purge --force all flashplugin-nonfree
That's just the end bit of the output.
ls /var/lib/dpkg/info/*flash* Would be better.
Try this -
wget http://launchpadlibrarian.net/29383483/flash.patch -O- | sudo patch /var/lib/dpkg/info/flashplugin-installer.prerm && sudo dpkg --purge --force all flashplugin-nonfree
linux-x86-64 Linux, x86-64 with SSE2 (best)
Open a terminal, and enter
gksudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf
Or, if you don't use the Gnome version, you could do
echo $a | sudo tee -a...
A Ubuntu certification is worthless for those who want to work for real, big companies.
"The Linux team". Explain what you mean by that?
I have CentOS on mine, switched from Fedora.
I am The Toxic Mite. Oh wait, no I'm not. I'm confused. Hold me.
Yeah, cause it's impossible for someone other than you to use different software.
It's a shame, as Songbird is my favourite media player on Linux. Still, it's open source, I can edit the code to...
How on Earth could you forget servers under "Most Commonly Seen"?
Get rid of the Crapware section.
Linux is the most secure for the CORE SYSTEM FILES. Not for USER files. Not at all.
There are distributions other than Ubuntu.