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    Re: Simple DNS Soultion?

    Since 12.04 apparently. This link explains it a little.

    Andrew
  2. Re: Can I use wildcards and *.local in /etc/ssh/sshd_config?

    The ListenAddress directive is used when a computer has multiple IP addresses, forcing the SSH Daemon to listen only on one of those addresses. The AllowUsers directive is the better one to use....
  3. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Issues with running simple basic Linux Bash scripts in Ubuntu Budgie. GNOME relat

    Sorry, I forgot to keep an eye on this thread. You didn't show the results of whoami or echo $USER. Rereading the thread it sounds like you are starting gedit from the file manager. What happens when...
  4. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Issues with running simple basic Linux Bash scripts in Ubuntu Budgie. GNOME relat

    Could you open a terminal window in the folder containing the Templates folder and type the following:

    echo $USER
    whoami
    ls -la

    and post the results here (using code tags of course).

    Andrew
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    Re: ctOS Linux distro

    Care to elaborate? Who are WD - Western Digital? Do they have a web page? Can you provide links?

    Andrew
  6. Re: How to make a clean install of Xubuntu from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

    This is the first time I've posted in a while.
    Sounds good to me.Assuming this is how you have been running your test live system, no.It's probably worth it to ensure you aren't using a hacked...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS login loop

    In my experience a login loop is due to a syntax or other error in the .bashrc, .profile or .bash_profile files. Usually the best way to find these errors is to login to the console. At the login...
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    Re: kubuntu 14.04 - do I need mlocate?

    Thanks for looking into this, Matt, but you really don't need to put so much effort into it.

    Andrew
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Owncloud + rsync (cron as a root) + Webdav problem

    I don't think I can answer all your questions, but to edit the root crontab use
    sudo crontab -eto create a root crontab, or (I only discovered this recently)
    sudoedit /etc/crontabBe aware that the...
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    Re: kubuntu 14.04 - do I need mlocate?

    Thank you all for taking the time to reply. I'm sorry if this makes me sound like a complete jerk, but:

    This sounds like it came out of the manual page. I know the above - I found it out by...
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    kubuntu 14.04 - do I need mlocate?

    I'v just installed Kubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) onto a new system and checking which packages are installed on my old system for installation on the new. I saw that the mlocate package is installed, the...
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    Re: Putting /home on a different hard drive?

    Root will contain your system filestore while /home will contain your user filestore, including all your pictures, work files, etc.

    I don't know steam, but it will probably be in /home, under your...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Desktop icons gone!

    It's a while since I played with Xubuntu or XFCE, but isn't the default setting to not have desktop icons? Perhaps the settings have to be reconfigured to turn them back on?

    Andrew
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    Re: wget and cookies

    I had to write a similar script recently. Try this:

    wget --save-cookies cookies.txt --post-data 'username=USER&password=PASS' --cookies=on --keep-session-cookies...
  15. Thread: basic script

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    [SOLVED] Re: basic script

    Should we be helping with what is essentially homework?

    What has not been pointed out yet is the pipe causes the "while ... done" to be executed in a subshell. Regardless of the value of $M at the...
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    Re: 10.04LTS: makeinfo vs texinfo

    Have you actually installed texinfo? According to this link makeinfo is part of the texinfo package. I have just installed texinfo on my 12.04 precise installation, after first checking that makeinfo...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Need Help Creating A Mount Point On Newly Installed Internal HD

    This is true for external disks. This, however, is an internal disk. Also Steve_Campisano mentions having a database on this disk. It probably needs a permannent mount point which is guaranteed not...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Need Help Creating A Mount Point On Newly Installed Internal HD

    Okay, assuming you have a new disk at /dev/sdb, and you have created two primary partitions sdb1 and sdb2 as ext3 filesystems, which you want mounted at /data and /images respectively:

    Open two...
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    Re: Linux Project Suggestion..

    Are you talking about starting your own project or joining an existing one?

    Which programming language do you wish to use (or which languages do you know)?

    Andrew
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Changing IP address when sharing internet connection

    I would have thought Network Manager is already running on your system. You will need the following IP addresses:

    Unique address for your Ubuntu system
    Address for router (gateway address)
    ...
  21. Thread: C++ Compiling

    by apmcd47
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    Re: C++ Compiling

    Just a simple one:

    $ g++ helloworld.cpp
    $ ./a.out
    hello world
    hello you

    You used gcc instead of g++. I would have said it thought it was compiling C code rather than C++ but I'm not sure...
  22. Re: Bash - is anything wrong with this shorthand if statement

    Essentially equivalent, but not the same. Consider:

    [ -d "{HOME}" ] && echo "Well done" && false || echo "You are homeless"
    Well done
    You are homeless
    Because there is a "false" command there...
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    Re: Debian / Ubuntu Command Line Interface

    I don't know much about the Cisco CLI but I'm guessing it is a monolithic system containing all commands as part of the system. When you type a command in the Cisco CLI and hit "?" it knows what you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dropbox 2.0.0 behind proxy

    I have just tried Dropbox 2 on my system which is behind a proxy server. My findings:


    I have "Proxy settings" set to "Auto-detect" by default;
    Upgrading from Dropbox 1 to Dropbox 2 needs no...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dropbox 2.0.0 behind proxy

    what happens if you set (export) HTTPS_PROXY, HTTP_PROXY, https_proxy and http_proxy prior to running dropboxd?
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