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Open the file /etc/nanorc (run sudo nano /etc/nanorc) and comment out the line set historylog in this section: ## Enable ~/.nano_history for saving and reading search/replace strings. set historylog Which should then look like this: ## Enable ~/.nano_history for saving and reading search/replace strings. # set historylog Then exit&save and you're ...


Open skype's Options window, select the Advanced tab and enter your desired port number into the number field on the right. You should just take care that the new port is not already used by any other application and that you chose a number greater than 1023, as those are reserved.


Install activemq : sudo apt-get install activemq


xfce4-terminal uses vte to draw the actual terminal emulator and vte does not support line wrapping. With gnome3, gnome-terminal now uses vte3 and vte3 does support does line wrapping on resize events. Note that vte is an old version without much development going on. So I would use gnome-terminal if you can. To open the transparency settings go in Edit -> ...


There is no support for a transparent gnome-terminal in GNOME 3.14. You need gnome-terminal win the version > 3.15 for that and therefore GNOME 3.16 And as @muru said: To clarify: The upstream version does not support transparency. This is a feature patched in. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3 sudo add-apt-repository ...


A quick and dirty way could be to clear the file, then set read-only permissions to that file with: echo "" > ~/.nano_history chmod 400 ~/.nano_history


Resolved the issue by using this as my .htaccess file RewriteEngine On RewriteBase /~admini/me/ RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule ^ index.php [QSA,L]


if not in home directory, you can just copy from /etc/bash.bashrc, and make it source for your terminal, by typing in your terminal source .bashrc from your home directory after copying.


It seems that installing clamav via apt-get install clamav doesn't actually install the clamav daemon; it only installs the freshclam daemon. You'll probably want to install clamav-daemon as well. The first time clamd runs, it'll create /etc/clamav/clamd.conf. Note that the clamav package does install clamscan, which you can invoke manually to scan ...

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