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  1. [ubuntu] Re: File manager with easy hardlink and softlink

    Thanks for the reply, but there are two problems with this:
    (a) it is not in the ctrl+c, ctrl+v format that I wish to use; and,
    (b) there is no option available in that menu for hardlinking.

    Any...
  2. [ubuntu] File manager with easy hardlink and softlink

    I have noticed that it would be very useful to be able to create hardlinks and softlinks with the same ease with which one can create nice and simple copies (in the ctrl+c, ctrl+v style).

    I have...
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    Bash: autocomplete from list

    Let us assume that I have a text file with expressions separated by line breaks.

    I would like Bash to include the expressions of this text file in its search when I press double-tab...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mounting remote directory remotely

    Okay... I figured it out.
    Let's get a few things straight first.

    The ssh port on c1 will hereafter be referred to as sshc1p.
    The ssh port on c2 will hereafter be referred to as sshc2p.
    The...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mounting remote directory remotely

    That's what I gathered from my research, but I couldn't get it to work...

    I'm not excactly sure where you are executing all these commands (on which machine). Here is what I tried (interpreting...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unable to get cron to work

    Glad to be of service :D!
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    [gnome] Re: Spotify for Linux

    You might try adding -iname right before spotify in the find commands I gave you earlier... This ignores case, in case that helps...

    Also, what command do you use to get spotify to run from the...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Installing SPSS 18 for Linux in Ubuntu 10.04

    If the installation showed any signs of anything going wrong at any point, I would suggest you start from scratch (uninstall and reinstall).

    If not... Any executable in any of the bin directories...
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    [gnome] Re: Spotify for Linux

    To start, you might want to run the following in a terminal:

    find / spotify

    The output might be a little lengthy, so don't be afraid to send it to a file too peruse it all there:

    find /...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unable to get cron to work

    After editing your Crontab, do you get a message such as this?

    If so, your Crontab probably has no problem with the syntax of your table...

    Try changing temper.sh to:


    #!/bin/bash
    set -x ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mounting remote directory remotely

    Thank you thelosmos for your suggestion. However I was hoping for a more Ubuntu-based solution... Both computers run Ubuntu so it would probably be easier to use some sort of native solution, if...
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    [SOLVED] Mounting remote directory remotely

    I might be asking a little much with this question, but here it goes anyway...

    I have a computer (C1) to which I can connect through the Internet (ssh, for instance) (it has a static ip and though...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cannot add new external hard drive

    After a good night's sleep, I finally figured out what I had to do to fix the situation.

    I could only boot with the original configuration (with the first external hard drive connected and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cannot add new external hard drive

    I've already tried a million combinations to try and make it work (some of the combinations are included in your suggestions, IcarusR), but I'll try all of your suggestions later today.

    In the...
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    Re: Plotting points

    Nobody?
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    [SOLVED] Cannot add new external hard drive

    I have a server running Ubuntu 10.04.

    It currently has one 500Gb external hard drive connected to it and it works fine. When I connect a second external hard drive, the machine won't boot... It...
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    Re: Plotting points

    And up we go...
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    Plotting points

    I've written a server for a systems simulation program and a text-based client in Python. Now, I would like to create a GUI for the client in Glade. One of the main features of this GUI would be...
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    [ubuntu] Backing up mySql databases

    I'm using mySql to run a Wiki on my server. I would like to be able to back it up every once in a while in case anything happens to it. Could someone indicate where mySql server databases are...
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    [SOLVED] Re: FTP and SSH server

    Why oops?
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    [SOLVED] Re: FTP and SSH server

    Yeah, I've been coming across that view a lot, in my research...
    I know a lot less about sftp though...
    I'll definitely look into it.
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    [ubuntu] Permissions on FTP

    I want to set up my ftp server such that:
    -multiple different users may login with their own credentials;
    -these users have access (permissions - r/w/e) to different directories (and their...
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    [SOLVED] FTP and SSH server

    I'm trying to set up an ssh server and an ftp server on the same machine.
    Is this possible? Is this recommended?
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    [kubuntu] Re: Ctrl-C, Ctrl-X, Ctrl-V intermittent

    I read your first post and realised that I've been experiencing the same problem... Admittedly it isn't catastrophic (I haven't complained so far), but it is slightly annoying...
    The catch: I'm...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Disk-space efficient split

    Thank you very much for your post. That's very helpful..
    In fact, I already started coding using that truncate function in C++... I should have made a note of it here...
    I'll let you know how it...
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