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  1. Re: Writing Phrase from file based on number (bash)

    If you have a column of space-separated text followed by a tab-delimited number, then the obvious way to process it would be using awk e.g.



    awk -F '\t' '$2+0 > 30 {print $1}' file.txt
  2. Re: make: *** [] Error 1 when compiling a program

    You're not really providing a large enough portion of the error message for us to see

    However, I suspect the issue is your LPSOLVEDIR and MARBLEDIR variables. Looking at the linked instructions:
    ...
  3. Re: make: *** [] Error 1 when compiling a program

    @TheFu:


    qmake - cross-platform makefile generator for Qt
  4. [SOLVED] Re: permissions help - running an driver installer script

    How did you extract the archive? perhaps the executable permissions on the ./noarch/package_install.sh file got lost? Check with



    ls -l ./noarch/package_install.sh

    or


    namei -l...
  5. Re: Downloading packages on a depricated version of Ubuntu

    AFAIK you will need to edit your sources.list file to point to the old-releases server (or a suitable mirror of it) - see for example

    How to install software or upgrade from an old unsupported...
  6. Re: How to determine the configuration of gcc since a bash script?

    The `file` utility has a number of options that may be useful for getting more easily parsable output - for example you could do



    $ file --brief --mime-type hello.o hello
    application/x-object...
  7. Re: How to determine the configuration of gcc since a bash script?

    The command-line tool to detect file type is `file` e.g.



    $ file hello
    hello: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, interpreter /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2,...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: scripting - grep - distinct list of found files

    ... fwiw I assumed you were searching for files with the keyword within their contents, not in their filenames
  9. [SOLVED] Re: scripting - grep - distinct list of found files

    What exactly is the command you are using? if you use grep's `-l` option it should exit after the first match:



    -l, --files-with-matches
    Suppress normal output; instead...
  10. Re: Rename all directories begining with "video - "

    You certainly do not need a '-exec rm' - that will remove (delete) the files
  11. Re: [HELP] Problem with qmake and Makefile

    It appears to be provided by the libqt4-dev-bin package
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    Re: SSH tunnelling and Remote Desktop

    I think tightvncserver should support a -localhost option (not directly - but it should pass it to the underlying Xvnc process) however it may be easier/more reliable to use your firewall (since you...
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    Re: SSH tunnelling and Remote Desktop

    Did you remember to disallow non-tunneled connections on the server side (by firewalling port 5900 and/or configuring the VNC server to listen only on the loopback interface)?
  14. Re: Pyhon 3.6 shows GCC 5.4 not 7.3 on Ubuntu 18.04.

    Python doesn't "pick up" gcc - AFAIK the message is telling what version of gcc it (the python binary) was compiled with
  15. Thread: SSH issue

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    Re: SSH issue

    Did you configure the VM's networking mode as bridged or NAT? if it is NAT, you will need to forward port 22 across it (just like you would with a physical router)
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    Re: bash testing unset

    The only situation in which I can imagine it making any difference is if you are exporting f, and the variable happens to have some significance in your lxqt environment
  17. [server] Re: after restarting i ll get (none) login:

    It looks like you have an empty (or invalid) hostname - see for example https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1640679
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Setup the basic IP in networking Ubuntu

    EDIT:

    Oops I just noticed your version information (18.04) - AFAIK that uses netplan rather than /etc/network/interfaces
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    [ubuntu] Re: gedit external tool

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    The issue is with your test bracket I think. The POSIX form is



    if [ "$ext" = "py" ]; then


    Note in particular the whitespace around the operator -...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Missing Library

    Are you sure you are meant to execute the bin file directly? My guess is that libSculptorInterface.so.1 is a vendor supplied library, and there is a "wrapper script" that sets an appropriate library...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: r-base-dev and sundials/cmake installation conflict - Please Help!!

    I honestly don't know the right way to proceed here - I'm not sure whether it's r-cran packages or rstudio that's the problem

    I'm not sure that a Bionic version of RStudio is available yet
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH - Disallow password logins

    It looks like you edited the ssh_config (SSH client configuration) file - to change features of the server, you need to edit the sshd_config file
  23. [ubuntu] Re: r-base-dev and sundials/cmake installation conflict - Please Help!!

    Did you have a cran / rstudio PPA in your repositories in 16.04? You may need to remove that and re-add the appropriate bionic version(s)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Probleme about changing password

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    "authentication token Manipulation error" usually means the system can't write the new password hash to the shadow file

    If you are using the recovery shell, make...
  25. Re: Login problem, after changin password with Grub (root terminal)

    You can get to a CLI virtual terminal using the key combination(s) that I mentioned - Ctrl-Alt-F1 thru Ctrl-Alt-F6

    After that, you can either re-wrap the ecryptfs passphrase or change your...
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