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Jul
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comment 12.04 installation stuck
This looks like a low-level problem with the USB drive (sdc) not responding properly: the kernel tries several times, occasionally sending a reset, but nothing helps.
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Jun
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revised Why Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Down won't move a window one workspace down in 13.10
fixed grammar
Jun
17
suggested suggested edit on Why Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Down won't move a window one workspace down in 13.10
Jun
17
comment How to write superscript characters in gedit?
The plugin's character map is added to the side pane, so make sure that's visible. It's organized by script, not by block (the standalone Character Map lets you switch), so the superscript digits are all in Common, though separated. ¹ ² and ³ are in the early U+00Bx range and appear near the top, with the others further down in U+207x; you'll probably need to scroll for a bit to find them, while watching the status bar.
Jun
12
asked Is there a boot option for keyboard layout?
May
16
comment Deleting specific files in command line
I tested this, and it only deleted fileName_1. The [100-100000] character class only matches a single character, so it can only match 0 or 1.
Apr
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comment How much disk space is allocated in Ubuntu for a new user?
By 'allocated' do you mean how much space is available for the user, or how much they initially use? There are answers for both meanings.
Mar
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suggested suggested edit on Why does the terminal respond with “2” when I use who | wc -l
Mar
27
comment HEAD is now at 9e52a21
The whole thing is git telling you what's been checked out: HEAD is git's term for 'the currently selected version', 9e52a21 identifies the particular version, and the following line is the commit message describing the most recent change.
Mar
4
comment How do I iterate the arguments in a bash script?
As a special case for the argument list, you can drop the in part and use just for arg; do .... You can use shift or set before the loop to remove arguments that need special handling (e.g. target directory).
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Feb
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answered Removing files with a certain extension except one file from terminal