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Yes, so long as you burn the .ISO image properly there is no reason why the Windows burned image of a Linux operating system wouldn’t work on your Mac... Aren’t computers just amazing!


That sounds like a syntax error in one of your shell's initialization files. The likeliest culprits are either ~/.bashrc or ~/.profile. The simplest solution is to make a backup of these two files and then overwrite them with the defaults. Make a new user. You will run the necessary commands as this user who, presumably, will have a working shell. Make ...


You do not have a default gateway assigned. Here is my routing info Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface U 2 0 0 wlan0 UG 2 0 0 wlan0 Note that my first line, aside ...


The easiest way is as you say to rename your files and add leading zeroes. You can do this in the terminal on your mac like this: for a in *.pdb; do mv $a `printf %05d.%s ${a%.*} ${a##*.}`; done In this example i set that each number should contain 5 digits. So 1.pdb will be renamed to 00001.pdb. However you could lower that to 4 or whatever suits your ...


I would use a combination of find, sort and xargs to achieve something like this. find ./ -name "*.pdb" | sort -n | xargs cat > pdb_all.txt


The command that should make wifi work is sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source and edit question to include results from lspci -nnk | grep -iA2 net and I will see what I can find

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