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You could also use symbolic links. Start by putting all the applications into one directory; then, in each class folder, instead of placing the real applications, create a link to the relevant application file. You now only store the file once, yet can access it from many places. If you upgrade applications frequently, you could take this one step further: ...
Since you only will install the software once, even you have different classes you use them in/for i would put all the .debfiles in one single folder so when you download them from ftp/server on a new install you only need to do: dpkg -i /path-to-the-downloaded-files/*.deb For having them seperated for each class you could create a folder structure which ...
try this, sudo apt-get install hunspell-en-us libqtwebkit-qupzillaplugins python3-hunspell https://github.com/raelgc/scudcloud/blob/master/README.md
For me, I installed "Development Tools" and reinstalled VMware Tool. Then I see the shared folder. Host: Windows 7 Guest OS: CentOS 7
Not really. First you need to install the package nfs-common: apt-get install nfs-common If the nfs server is already set, you need to add this line on the /etc/exports to allow your client to access: /File_to_share_on_the_server/ 192.168.1.x(rw,all_squash,anonuid=1000,anongid=1000,sync) Replace 192.168.1.x by your client's IP. I guess this step can ...
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