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answered Confused over which method to use to install?
Jun
25
comment New to ubuntu, want to rename files, but how?
Sorry for being off-topic, but what is that theme/window decorator you're using? It's beautiful!
Jun
18
comment How do I install LibreOffice 4?
Would this upgrade my distro version? For example, I'm running 12.04.2 right now, will following these instructions attempt upgrade from this version? I'm only concerned about the sudo apt-get dist-upgrade line.
Jun
17
comment Auto complete for often used command line commands?
Ah I see. Then the currently top-rated answer should do the trick. Or at least closely.
Jun
15
answered Auto complete for often used command line commands?
Jun
6
comment Ubuntu desktop background?
Does it fade from the orange/purple stock background to your chosen background after some time?
Jun
5
comment X11 forwarding via “ssh -X username@hostname” is slow, but fast using “nxclient”
@demure Are you saying there's no way basic ssh -X could be up to par with nxclient?
Jun
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revised X11 forwarding via “ssh -X username@hostname” is slow, but fast using “nxclient”
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asked X11 forwarding via “ssh -X username@hostname” is slow, but fast using “nxclient”
May
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comment Initializing a software installation using a .bin installer
@MartinNielsen you're gonna need to change directories to where the M16.bin file is. I'm assuming it's located in your desktop, so try the following: cd ~/Desktop. Then execute sudo chmod +x M16.bin, followed by ./M16.bin.
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comment Initializing a software installation using a .bin installer
Try sudo chmod +x $FILENAME, then do ./$FILENAME to execute it.