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revised Name a Byobu session?
Typo byobu
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Sep
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answered How do I completely remove Ubuntu?
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comment Which application binds a keyboard shortcut
Err, in my first comment to your answer I accidentally wrote "Ctrl+Alt+ṔrtScr", it should say "Ctrl+Shift+PrtScr" as in the question. Just so there is no confusion on which key-combo I am talking about here. :)
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answered 'Unable to mount New Volume' and 'Unable to mount 202 GB Filesystem' in Ubuntu 12.04.2
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comment Which application binds a keyboard shortcut
In my Google search before posting this question I did find, among other non-solutions, help.ubuntu.com/community/KeyboardShortcuts. I am familiar with the PrtScr and Alt+PrtScr shortcuts from before.
Sep
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comment Which application binds a keyboard shortcut
In the global_keybindings section for Metacity I find that PrtScr maps to run_command_screenshot and Alt+PrtScr maps to run_command_window_screenshot, and those commands can be found to use the gnome-screenshot utility within the keybinding_commands section. This, unfortunately, does not answer my question.
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revised Which application binds a keyboard shortcut
Made the question more clear.
Sep
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comment Which application binds a keyboard shortcut
I did google it but it didn't turn up anything useful. I don't know if you misunderstood my question, or if I misunderstand you. I am not trying to assign a keyboard shortcut. I am trying to figure out which mechanism (software) is catching a specific keystroke. In this case Ctrl+Alt+PrtScr in a pretty standard Ubuntu/Unity setup.
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answered OS development on linux kernel
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comment ubuntu after copy files owner changes
@tito_santana did you find the answer acceptable?
Feb
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comment ubuntu after copy files owner changes
Get back to me if that is your objective, so that I can update the answer for that purpose.
Feb
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comment ubuntu after copy files owner changes
If you want to make certain that a security bug in the webserver software won't allow an attacker to alter the content of the website, then you should change "www-data.www-data" to "root.root" in the commands above. The permissions (755 for directories, 644 for files) will ensure that the file is readable to all users on the system, including www-data. Though doing it this way requires root access to update your site.
Feb
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comment ubuntu after copy files owner changes
Those commands will ensure that the files are owned by the user that executes the webserver software.
Feb
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comment How to remap CapsLock to Ctrl in Xubuntu 12.04?
Are you seeing the same thing as this blogger did? tinkerplanet.com/2012/06/…
Feb
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answered ubuntu after copy files owner changes
Feb
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answered How to remap CapsLock to Ctrl in Xubuntu 12.04?