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Mar
7
suggested approved edit on How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
Mar
7
revised How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
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Mar
7
answered How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
Mar
7
comment I lost my Admin password and i need to find out what it is
this sounds like somebody trying to get into someone else's computer ;)
Mar
7
comment Is there an offline Google docs app?
you are looking for something like Google Drive, right?
Mar
6
revised Does bumblebee configure your xserver to use the dedicated GPU?
mistake in title
Mar
6
suggested approved edit on Does bumblebee configure your xserver to use the dedicated GPU?
Mar
6
revised Bash script not executing from crontab
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Mar
6
revised Bash script not executing from crontab
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Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
Could you try whether simple setting it to PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin already does the trick? Now I'm wondering... I moved the comment to an answer.
Mar
6
answered Bash script not executing from crontab
Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
did you try using PATH?
Mar
6
comment Changing to a lower screen resolution
Look into xrandr on Ask Ubuntu
Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
Or could you try changing the shebang to #!/bin/sh?
Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
Could it be that you need to give your cron a PATH? For instance: SHELL=/bin/sh PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin In your case, try putting: SHELL=/bin/sh PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/home/srvlinux01/MySQLBackups/ before your command.
Mar
6
suggested rejected edit on I (stupidly) left my laptop logged in, can I find out what was done while I wasn't there?
Mar
6
comment How to reset monitor settings to default through terminal?
Hi Martin. I am happy you got it to work! Did you try something like gnome-session-quit? Source: askubuntu.com/questions/15795/…
Mar
5
comment 'sudo apt-get update' error on Ubuntu 12.04
"Thanks a lot dude IT WORKED!!!" :D That's one to remember...
Mar
5
comment I (stupidly) left my laptop logged in, can I find out what was done while I wasn't there?
Just out of interest: How sensitive is the information on your computer? Or how crazy is your friend? Are you afraid he accessed some of your documents? If so, check the timestamps. Are you afraid he used your computer to do malicious things?
Mar
5
comment my sidebar and topbar disappeared after installing nvidia driver
remove the nvidia drivers