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revised disable Ubuntu from thinking that there is a secondary monitor
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comment dynamic printing the records from mysql html php
Use Stack Overflow for pure coding things like this. This is off topic on Ask Ubuntu.
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comment Ubuntu as router; redirect traffic from 1 client (LAN) to VPN
There's no easy way to achieve this - your TV isn't designed to do VPN anyways, what's your ultimate reason/goal for this?
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revised Is it possible to restore traditional full-width scrollbars (15.10)
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comment How does the Ubuntu bug list relate to individual packages' bug lists?
The short answer to your question about whether bug lists are duped in Ubuntu and upstream projects is "No".
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comment Pidgin Repository / Packages for Ubuntu 14.04LTS
@DavidFoerster Done, feel free to upvote
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answered Pidgin Repository / Packages for Ubuntu 14.04LTS
Feb
11
comment Are sd cards infected automatically in ubuntu?
This is too broad a question. Each malware is different; not all malware will attack removable media. For this reason, this question cannot be answered within the scope of the site.
Feb
11
comment (Just started using Ubuntu) Can't connect to Internet even with Ethernet plugged in
If the issue you believe is because you're hooked up to a switch, then that's not an Ubuntu issue. Try other ports on the switch if possible. If actually possible plug directly into the internet feed going to the switch. As well, provide output of the commands that Jacek asked for.
Feb
11
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Feb
10
comment Static LAN IP Problems on Ubuntu
Then you probably did something wrong - and most 'online tutorials' are not authoritative references. So, following the steps here will help you with the GUI portion - that should help with configuration. If it still doesn't work on your network, then you probably didn't set things up right anyways. Why do you need static, though? Is DHCP not enough for your environment?
Feb
10
comment Static LAN IP Problems on Ubuntu
You should not have to define network or broadcast, I believe... is there a reason you included these? (It may be breaking things). This will also break any attempts to use other wireless networks, as you would have to change /etc/network/interfaces for all other wireless networks. You should also be using Network Manager for static IP configuration, if you are on a GUI Ubuntu installation
Feb
10
comment Can't execute compiled program: Exec format error
Has nothing to do with FTP upload failing - it's more likely that you should not be building things on Windows you plan on deploying on Ubuntu (and vice versa unless you're configured to do Windows crosscompiliation on Ubuntu)
Feb
10
comment Can't execute compiled program: Exec format error
If you are compiling on a non-Ubuntu system it is VERY likely you are not going to get the correct libraries linked to the program, unless you're compiling a static binary file. You should always compile on an environment that you expect to deploy to, rather than compile on a different distro/environment and expect it to just work.
Feb
10
revised Executing .sh file for Vassal engine returns “java: file not found”
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Feb
10
comment Executing .sh file for Vassal engine returns “java: file not found”
So, Java is not installed on your system, OR you have missing things - i.e. something existed and is gone. Is there any more to that error message than just "file not found"?
Feb
10
awarded  command-line
Feb
9
answered Why do scripts ran via “sh *.sh” function differently than “./*.sh”?
Feb
9
comment How do I find my network IP address, netmask, and gateway info?
Also make a note this will not work in cases where the system devices are controlled by /etc/network/interfaces / the kernel; for example, my laptop has a static IPv4 of 10.50.1.10 with a netmask of 255.255.255.0 (or /24 if you prefer CIDR prefixes), which is used in a static-LAN environment, and is configured through /etc/network/interfaces - this is listed as "unmanaged" if you have Network Manager on your system, so nmcli will never show the configurations in place there.
Feb
8
comment I messed up my php.ini file on ubuntu php 5
Confirmed a dupe of an already-asked question