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comment No Xelatex in texlive 2012
To search descriptions from the command line, you can use ~d in front of the search pattern. For example: aptitude search ~dxelatex
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comment Unable to sync time using `ntpdate`, error: “no server suitable for synchronization found”
I already set the time manually using sudo date before trying your commands. :(
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comment Unable to sync time using `ntpdate`, error: “no server suitable for synchronization found”
@enzotib: I just tried your command, still gives me the "no server suitable..." error.
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comment Unable to sync time using `ntpdate`, error: “no server suitable for synchronization found”
Thanks for catching the extra i. I removed it and ran sudo ntpdate-debian. The results: user@pc[0][11:06:06]:~$ sudo ntpdate-debian 19 Jun 11:06:23 ntpdate[4087]: no server suitable for synchronization found