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    Re: Lightweight Php editor

    It depends on personal preferences and how much you expect your editor to do for you. For most editing tasks, even on my relatively fast desktop and laptop, I like Geany. It is a capable editor with...
  2. Thread: About css command

    by Olav
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    [SOLVED] Re: About css command

    The HTML fragment you posted is almost irrelevant. It is impossible to see which stylesheets are in effect this way. If you want help, you need to post the exact URL where your page is located on the...
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    [UbuntuGnome] Re: Transferring photos from cell phone

    Suggestions to go into Developer Options, or to install this or that app, are missing the point that this isn't Android we are talking about. LG 450 is a simple flip phone.
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    [UbuntuGnome] Re: Transferring photos from cell phone

    I am not familiar with the LG 450. But on a similar simple (non-Android) phone I once had as a backup the way to transfer photos was to 'share' them from the phone to the laptop using Bluetooth. Had...
  5. Re: pausing BASH script while file open in editor

    Yes, don't use Sublime (or I guess any GUI text editor). Use vi or nano or another console based editor. Your script should automatically wait until the editor is closed.

    If it is always the same...
  6. Re: This PHP environment doesn't have MySQL support built in.

    Perhaps it would be helpful if you included a link to the package you are trying to install.
  7. Thread: C# without mono?

    by Olav
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    Re: C# without mono?

    If you build a C or C++ project you will end up with an executable file (no extension necessary on Linux, .exe on Windows) that, depending on the project, will either have the libraries that your...
  8. Thread: C# without mono?

    by Olav
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    Re: C# without mono?

    You will need to have the .net environment installed on the machine you want to run your application on. Then launch the program with the command

    dotnet program.dll
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    Re: PDF crashing evince

    Just tried it. Your PDF is loading fine here in Evince 3.18.2 on Xubuntu 16.04.

    However this is just a 6 page document with not a lot of graphics in it, yet it still is 13 MB? That's interesting,...
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    Re: Multiple Versions of Java?

    If you download the Linux .bin file from Oracle there is no installation process as such. It is a "self extracting archive" that will just unpack the JRE files into a directory. You can move that...
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    Re: Your Favorite SQL/Database GUI Browser?

    For a super quick solution on a remote server: Adminer. phpMyAdmin is nice, but Adminer is about as capable and it works with more than just MySQL/MariaDB. And I like its minimalistic appearance.
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    Re: Multiple Versions of Java?

    There is no need to be so paranoid. You could just download JRE 1.6 and unpack it somewhere, and make a simple script to start your program using that environment. I believe there are a few...
  13. Re: Did I make a mistake buying an ARM-based computer?

    I am not sure what your question is, exactly.

    To determine whether or not it is possible to install Ubuntu/ARM64 on your computer I think you need to mention the brand and type/model. Or if it is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GWoffice or something else?

    I believe GWOffice went dead a few years ago.

    If you need to work with Google Documents you can do it via a web browser.

    If you want an alternative to LibreOffice, there is always still Abiword...
  15. Re: How to insert a variable into a variable name in PHP?

    I am not sure I understand quite how to imagine your "image fields (the arrays)". Do you have some code that you can show?
  16. Re: How to insert a variable into a variable name in PHP?

    This is how:


    $i = 1;
    while ($i < 5) {
    if (count(${"image_array_$i"})) {
    foreach (${"image_array_$i"} as $img) {
    // image operations
    }
    }
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Can't find how to configure the Geany compiler

    Open a .py file in Geany.
    Go to the Build menu, choose Set Build Commands.
    In the dialog that appears, edit the command after the Execute button to read python3 "%f" instead of python "%f". Click...
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    Re: Unable to compile, cout not part of std?

    It looks like you are working with the examples from http://tldp.org/LDP/LG/issue74/tougher.html

    The programs that you downloaded from that page can only be compiled if you add
    #include...
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    Re: Recommendations for an Ubuntu dev laptop

    For what it is worth, I would always choose a ~15" laptop. Anything smaller I just find too uncomfortable to use. A larger one, obviously, is impractical to carry around.

    I like having a near...
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    [SOLVED] Re: PTFB Equivalent? (Push The Freakin Button)

    The name of the package is ttf-mscorefonts-installer, not ttf-msfonts-installer. There is a bug in that package, it tries to download the fonts from the wrong (outdated) location. I believe this is...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Python 3 make code faster

    Here's another thought, just pass the file handle:



    def write(f, word):
    f.write(word)

    f = open('test.txt', 'a')

    write(f, 'hallo')
  22. Thread: Raid

    by Olav
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    Re: Raid

    The SSD makes no difference. But wait a second. We are speaking of software RAID, is that correct? This was what I was assuming earlier. Should have asked. Or do you have a hardware SATA/RAID...
  23. Thread: Raid

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    Re: Raid

    1. Backup your files, whether they are on RAID or not. RAID is not a backup solution.
    2. If you have not made a backup yet, refer to point 1.
    3. You should be able to keep your existing array...
  24. [SOLVED] Re: How do it set the desktop clock to local time, not UTC?

    I believe this is the command that you are looking for:

    sudo timedatectl set-local-rtc true
    The command creates a configuration file /etc/adjtime with this content:

    0.0 0 0
    0
    LOCAL
    The...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Good place to learn gtk for python 3

    https://python-gtk-3-tutorial.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
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