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    [ubuntu] Re: sodu: command not found

    Just a guess, but you could be having problems due to /home/shuvo/bin being the first thing in your path. If the usual items were first, that might work better.

    TheFu suggested you run which sudo...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Can anybody recommend a (text-based, no database) checklist application for Ubunt

    Thanks everybody, http://todotxt.org/ would probably work here. I've tried Cherrytree and it's pretty cool for notes, I didn't notice any specific checklist features. Please feel free to mention...
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    Re: Python Tools

    Be sure to disable telemetry so it doesn't spy on you.
  4. [SOLVED] Can anybody recommend a (text-based, no database) checklist application for Ubuntu?

    Either GUI (using flat textfiles) or command line (using flat textfiles.)

    "Either" version of Ubuntu as well-- LTS or the latest release.
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    Re: Python Tools

    I just use leafpad. But that's only for code that is fewer than 2000 loc.

    Geany would be the next best thing-- it lets you do find and replace on every open tab at once (how cool is that?)
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    Re: What is a package, really?

    Not at all, I found it inspiring. I almost want to create a program to rearrange my system with that structure.

    I wouldn't have to recompile everything, I would have to create a bunch of symlinks....
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    Re: What is a package, really?

    +1, Be nice if more people thought that way. Most people who maintain packages seem to. Not everyone who maintains package managers do.
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    Re: What is a package, really?

    Some of the things not answered yet.

    Richard Stallman is the primary author of the GNU GPL license. He also founded the FSF, who maintains the GNU project-- including this particular license.
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  9. Re: Can I remove Ubuntu Software Center?

    That's the way to remove it. What happened?
    sudo apt-get --purge remove software-center
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    Re: I'm starting to feel it...

    I'm waiting for a Python-based Vim-like thing.

    I'm sure emacs is a better editor than vim, and that's not a troll (but this is...) but it doesn't matter as I only have 10 fingers, not the 16...
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    Re: I'm starting to feel it...

    And getting a serious text editor, like emacs or vim, will make you a very powerful user indeed.

    I do most of my coding in leafpad, the longest program I've written is about 2100 lines. With...
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    Re: I'm starting to feel it...

    The main difference with a pi is the bootloader and installing the image. Apart from that, it should be very familiar (as much as Ubuntu is.)

    For the most part, the command line is one of the...
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    Re: I'm starting to feel it...

    At the moment I'm not running any old machines with a command-line only environment. I do think it's better to run a server without a GUI, but another nice thing about the command line is that even...
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    Re: I'm starting to feel it...

    If you really think about it, every interface is text-based, more or less. The titles of the icons, (some are more like symlinks than filenames, though still text-based) the alt-text of images on the...
  15. Re: Software/OS spying and hardware spying. How to deal with both of them?

    Hi vibers, welcome.

    As you may have guessed, there are two options to avoid the problem you're talking about-- one is to use an older PC that does not have the feature. You would be surprised how...
  16. Re: Linux drawing in text mode(no gui, desktop)

    For Windows, getting ANSI to work can be complicated. The library you're probably looking for is called libcaca.

    For now, feel free to take apart this public domain bash script I wrote, first...
  17. Re: How to stop screen tearing by enabling Vertical Retrace Synchronization (vsync)

    I would think that gedit (or geany) would more than suffice for this, but if those don't work you can always use leafpad for the task. Be sure to enable word wrap.
  18. [all variants] Re: Discussion thread for "What is the Best Ubuntu Flavour?"

    Agreed, but only because it is the best of all worlds, and because LXQt is a bit of a disappointment, and I'm not sure LXDE has any other future (otherwise, I might change my opinion on which is...
  19. Re: Why is Windows still the dominant operating system?

    No, no no-- not "automatically." By their nature, monopolies are the antithesis of freedom. You cannot have freedom AND a monopoly. You cannot have a monopoly AND freedom. The free software movement...
  20. Re: Why is Windows still the dominant operating system?

    Indeed, it was just "FS" then.

    The OS came later, in both relevant uses of the initials. https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/1999/02/msg01641.html



    For better or worse, Microsoft and Apple...
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    Re: SSE1 is not unuseful anymore!

    Just so we're clear, we are talking about machines with CPUs lower than the Pentium 4, right?

    I mean even the Intel Atom supports SSE2.

    I had a P iii (SSE1) because it had a parallel port, and...
  22. [UbuntuGnome] Re: Help my 9 year old fooled around with stacer and now NO security downloads.

    NOT to negate the points about software outside repos.

    But Stacer is just a system configuration app. I say this as someone who doesn't just download things and run them without vetting, but as...
  23. Re: Why is Windows still the dominant operating system?

    Maybe, though I really think they're useful. I first used Ubuntu (Breezy) in 2005-- that's half the number, 05. what was the rest? I could look it up but there are 2 versions each year. I know it was...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Cannot Add New users

    Have you tried this?

    https://www.maketecheasier.com/fix-ubuntu-login-loop/
  25. Re: The "Keep Everything Upgraded All The Time" craze is annoying

    Refreshing take on this. Similar (recent) thread exists elsewhere called "Getting off the software upgrade treadmill" and that one is about a Slackware user who says the same.



    Oh, I like...
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