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There's also ManDrake for Mac OS X. Has some elementary features such as live preview and syntax highlighting. http://sveinbjorn.org/mandrake


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sudo apt-get install tortoisehg tortoisehg-nautilus Then just nautilus -q then browse to your project in the file browser


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I should have followed the instructions more closely (specifically the "cp" bit) for KDE, installed eclipse and it's cdt, and installed the plasma desktop itself.


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Press simultaneously Ctrl+Alt+F1, Login with your user name and password, and enter following command: sudo mv .Xauthority .XauthorityBak then sudo reboot After that try again.


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It seems as though I had somehow lost sudo on my account, but it degraded over time. It just was not there anymore. So I figured out how to do recovery mode in Ubuntu 14.04. 95% of what is out there says click or hold the shift key to access the grub menu, but this is not the case with me. It took me a whiiiile to discover that hitting the ESC" button, once, ...


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The wine configuration is located not in the system-wide, but in the user dir (/home/user/.wine or simply in ~/.wine). You can backup this folder and run again the wine, this will create a new folder with all your configuration, including the wine's C:. To simply delete this folder (including the drive_c) you can execute: rm -rf ~/.wine To backup: mv ...


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Looks to me like you have a problem with your disk drive sda1. It's formatted as an ext4 file system and the file system is spitting out errors. Probably one way of fixing it would be by copying as much data as you can from the drive and then discarding the drive and putting the data on another one. Expensive and time-consuming. You can try other things, ...


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Try this: Switch on your computer. Press and hold the Shift key, which will bring up the Grub menu. Select the line which starts with Advanced options. Select the line ending with recovery mode Your PC should display a menu with a number of options. Select: The option File system check and The option Drop to root shell prompt with networking In ...


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You might want to try sysmon. Although not as fancy as Glances, it is very straightforward and easy to use. If you want to get dirty and do a little scripting in python, here are some basics of system monitoring with Python to get you started. You'll need an external module called psutil to monitor most things. It's easiest to use an external module ...


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you can list all background jobs using jobs command: $ jobs -l [1]+ 15024 Running nohup firefox & you can bring the process with fg command. BUT It's better to use screen other than nohup. It will detach your commands but you can resume your screen session easily and get the background processes easily. Take a look for this screen ...


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my pc boots up to sometimes two tty's or will start with one on tty1, then somewhere along the way it moves of its own volition to tty3, and i can ctrl+alt+f1 back to tty1 and there is a logon splash screen. I prefer to only have one running as i have no idea what is going on with multiple tty's launching, seems like a waste of resources, what is generating ...


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Yes I agree with Martianade. The first thing that came to mind as an alternative to Teamviewer for Linux was NoMachine.


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For Linux the obvious solution that comes to mind is NoMachine which has been the leader pretty much for the last 10 years with regards to remote access for Linux.


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No directory, logging in with HOME=/ This shows you haven't create a home for the newly created user. I suppose you use useradd command without -d option: man useradd -d, --home HOME_DIR The new user will be created using HOME_DIR as the value for the user's login directory. The default is to append the LOGIN name to BASE_DIR ...


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A short command: ssh -X <username>@<host> gedit & from man ssh -X Enables X11 forwarding. This can also be specified on a per-host basis in a configuration file. X11 forwarding should be enabled with caution. Users with the ability to bypass file permissions on the remote host (for the user's X ...


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If you don't care to see what the application is doing, you can supply it with a "virtual" x server with xvfb: Xvfb provides an X server that can run on machines with no display hardware and no physical input devices. It emulates a dumb framebuffer using virtual memory. The primary use of this server was intended to be server testing, but other ...


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You just need to run export DISPLAY=:id# in your ssh session and programs run will run on the remote display. A quick example: maythux@maythuxPC:~$ ssh testSSH@myServer maythux@maythuxPC:~$ export DISPLAY=:0 maythux@maythuxPC:~$ gedit Now gedit will run on the user named testSSH display You can shorten this all down into single command: ssh ...


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It is something to do with an xorg lock file called .Xauthority that is stored in the user's home directory. Just log in via the terminal and then delete the lock file(s) (there were two in my case). I think the problem arises when xorg does not close properly. You can check my other answer here


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Adding a file called /usr/share/applications/java.desktop with following content should do the trick. [Desktop Entry] Name=Java Comment=Java GenericName=Java Keywords=java Exec=java -jar %f Terminal=false X-MultipleArgs=false Type=Application MimeType=application/x-java-archive StartupNotify=true After adding this file you should be able to find an entry ...


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If we are talking about graphical front-end to scripting, then you can use zenity. For instance, here are some examples from man zenity Open a graphical dialog to select a file: zenity --title="Select a file to remove" --file-selection Here's a line to list all files in current working directory and show them in a popup window: find . -maxdepth 1 -name ...


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Install and use Glade sudo apt-get install glade Glade is a RAD tool to enable quick & easy development of user interfaces for the GTK+ toolkit and the GNOME desktop environment. The user interfaces designed in Glade are saved as XML, and by using the GtkBuilder GTK+ object these can be loaded by applications dynamically as needed. By using ...



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