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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Black screen after boot with Nvida drivers and bios screen corruption.

    Just to update in case useful to anyone else.

    It turned out it was a hardware fault with the graphics card, so I tried the oven baking method described in the overclockers link and it worked!!...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Black screen after boot with Nvida drivers and bios screen corruption.

    Cross posted on ask ubuntu:

    http://askubuntu.com/questions/773867/black-screen-after-boot-with-nvida-drivers-and-bios-screen-corruption
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Black screen after boot with Nvida drivers and bios screen corruption.

    dmesg and syslog as well from when booting to black screen with Nvidia drivers

    269001
  4. [SOLVED] Black screen after boot with Nvida drivers and bios screen corruption.

    Hi, hope someone can help.

    I've a old Rock x770 laptop (clevo M57RU) with nvidia GTX7950go graphics card, intel core2duo 2.4Ghz.

    I've been running xubunutu 14:04 with the Nvidia 304 drivers...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Converting a list to X columns of csv (& wrapping a command around it)

    Indeed is awkward not being able to install a script on the target server.

    If the users have there own PC's or workstations can you provide a script or batch file that runs on those and issues...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Java Newb - Command Line Args

    One way (and may well be other or better ways) would be to pass the variable to the constructor of each class created (along with any other parameters), they could then store it in there own class...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing Parallels on Ubuntu 10.04

    Old thread i lnow. But just wanted to say thanks, this worked a treat for me. Have parallels 4 runing on 10.04 64bit
  8. [ubuntu] Re: "no such file or directory", but I don't want it anyway

    Thats probably just being called from your .bashrc file (in your home dir). You can just edit it and remove the line.
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    Re: Need Help in Awk Command

    Your problem is the shell not awk. The shell is expanding $5 as an environment variable, which dosn't exist so comes out blank.

    Two options:

    1) Quote the $

    echo -e "hello \t\$5.6" | awk...
  10. [all variants] Re: Set environment variables for single command

    Yup, sourceing the script from the wrapper works if you don't wan't to export the vars. It means that the script runs in the same shell as the wrapper rather than a new shell with its own environment...
  11. [all variants] Re: Set environment variables for single command

    You could create a wrapper script to source and export the file of env vars then run the program, that way they'ed only be set in the shell running the wrapper and the program:

    you will have to...
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    Re: [Beginner] Bash question

    If you want PS1 to include a dynamic part that is recalculated each time the prompt is displayed i.e to show or not show the working directory like you want, then include a call to a script in it to...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Can't seem to get sh installed through terminal

    This error makes me think the install script isn't handling the directory having spaces in it.

    Try renaming "/home/john/Linux IJ Scanner Driver MX420" to remove the spaces. e.g. to just...
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    [SOLVED] Re: permission problem: Cant copy file

    I suspect that as the file is in root, its been copied there by root and your user dosn't have permissions to read it.

    Go to the terminal and do this:



    sudo cp /client_key.pem /home/HLS69...
  15. Re: AWK code to extract field from lines of a file

    This will print the filed:

    awk -F, ' {print $10}' drug_link.csv
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    [SOLVED] Re: Home folder file permissions

    can't say how it happend.

    Folder permissions look fine, can you do "ls -al /home/username" and post results to see whats going on inside the folder?
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Stringing commands together to manage typical digital photo operations

    Looks like you've got most of what you need already. If all the individual commands are Ok from the command line just go for it and create a script, there are many general bash tutorials on the web...
  18. Re: perl oneliner to extract first letters of regex search

    If your going to be parsing and manipulation HTML like this i'd recomend using an HTML parsing module from CPAN rather than trying to do it using regexs.

    e.g....
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    [other] Re: encrypt a FILE before sending to cloud

    Haven't used Ubuntu one but i'd imagine you could use an EncFS encrypted folder as your ubuntu one folder.

    This is easily manage using cryptkeeper to create and mount the encrypted folder, or...
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    Re: script permission denied

    If the script is updating fstab then you will need to run it under sudo. However may be safer to see what it is trying to add and then do it manually in an editor. Either way backup your current...
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    [SOLVED] Re: how to pause a list in terminal?

    Pipe it to less:



    ls | less


    "man less" for all the options.
  22. Re: [beginner][awk]finding string without part preceded by underscore

    Glad to be of help.

    (Remember to mark thread as solved if you've no more problems)

    :)
  23. Re: need a help to write a script with parallel processing..

    You could try a couple of things (there are no doubt other ways):

    1) Start your scripts in the background using the & operator. Either both from a third start script, or just one from the other...
  24. Re: [beginner][awk]finding string without part preceded by underscore

    heres a quick perl script that may do what you want.



    #! /usr/bin/perl -w
    use strict;
    use warnings;

    die ("usage: $0 <file1> <file2>") if (@ARGV < 2);
    my $file1_name = $ARGV[0];
  25. Re: [beginner][awk]finding string without part preceded by underscore

    Couple of questions.

    Is file1 hugh as well or smaller than file2?

    How do you want duplicates handled?

    e.g: for 5220372

    in file 1 you have:
    >5220372_-3
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