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There is also a good cleaning tool that I use myself, it's called Ubuntu Tweak, great tool. To install it, do: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa This will download the PPA repository, then you can go into Ubuntu Software Center and let Software Center do all the magic. Or you can do it all by command line (which is what I prefer) and use these ...


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Assuming: The CSV file has a single column There is one folder name per line The first line is header and should be ignored Then a loop like this should work: tail -n +2 file.csv | while read dirname; do cp -r "$dirname" /path/to/target/; done Notes: tail -n +2 is to skip the first line of the file (output 2nd and later lines) The while loop reads ...


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which pymol from command line will show the binairy.


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Another way is to change the username directly in apache config, this is if it's your local machine and you save images from somewhere else that would crush any permissions made on the folder. Also to do if you have only 1 user and don't care about www-data! $ sudo vi /etc/apache2/apache2.conf Find User and Group and put yours User <Your User> Group ...


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Try fslint. Install it by running the following command in terminal: sudo apt-get install fslint. It's a GUI version. Go through the options after installation. You can apply those options to all drives at a time or drive by drive as you wish, using add drive/folder option. More Info: FSlint is a toolkit to clean filesystem lint. It includes a GTK+ GUI ...


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Linux systems with ext4 file system does not require de-fragmentation. But if you want to delete unnecessary, temporary, caches files: There is an application called BleachBit it has following features: Clear the memory and swap on Linux Delete broken shortcuts on Linux Delete the Firefox URL history without deleting the whole file—with optional shredding ...


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I believe you are looking for something like this: ls -d /home/$USER/Documents/*/ it will list all dirs in Documents. The last "/" makes it "directories" only.


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To my own surprise, it can be done. In the 45 minutes I tested it, it worked quite well actually, and didn't fail on me once. Nevertheless, it should be considered an experimental option, since it is done completely "from outside", so to speak, with the help of xprop, wmctrl and xdotool. To use it, you will have to accept a few peculiarities: it works well ...


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/usr/share/themes is for the system (all users) ~/.themes is for the current user ;)



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