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Jun
20
asked bash dirtrim produces strange results with ~/foo/bar/var directory
Jun
19
comment Are the programs in Ubuntu Software Center spy-ware free?
@christoph: I assume most people do not know how to compile it, so it makes sense to handle it like that.
Jun
17
comment Is a Zotac Geforce GT 220 supported?
You might get lucky here
Jun
17
comment Are the programs in Ubuntu Software Center spy-ware free?
@dv3500ea: sure, but I think that there are not many companies considering that combination.
Jun
17
answered Are the programs in Ubuntu Software Center spy-ware free?
Jun
17
comment Are the programs in Ubuntu Software Center spy-ware free?
The "For Purchase" software is not open source, otherwise people would not need to buy it. And the Partner Software is not open source always, Skype is not open e.g.
Jun
16
revised apt-cacher-ng wiki excerpt
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Jun
16
revised apt-cacher-ng wiki description
added 105 characters in body
Jun
16
revised Can Nautilus use correct lexicographic sort?
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Jun
16
revised What is a terminal and how do I open and use it?
added another fancy example for terminal use
Jun
16
suggested approved edit on apt-cacher-ng tag wiki excerpt
Jun
16
suggested approved edit on apt-cacher-ng tag wiki
Jun
16
wiki created apt-cacher-ng description
Jun
16
wiki created apt-cacher-ng excerpt
Jun
16
comment how to sync ftp folder with local folder?
Right, in this case a rsync --delete would do the trick.
Jun
15
comment Accessing Ubuntu's password store using C++
Sometimes there are man pages for C(++) functions, maybe you can do a man 2 <yourfunction> and see in which header files it is.
Jun
15
comment how to sync ftp folder with local folder?
rsync does not sync in two ways I think.
Jun
14
answered how to sync ftp folder with local folder?
Jun
10
answered System boots to busybox 1.5.1
Jun
10
revised Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”
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