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Mar
27
awarded  Organizer
Mar
27
revised What are '.save' files?
Add tag for nano
Mar
27
suggested approved edit on What are '.save' files?
Mar
18
comment bash: /home/…/program: cannot execute binary file
@BartoszOlszewski "AMD-64" refers to the architecture used on modern 64-bit processors made by both Intel and AMD, because it was used by AMD first (Intel had a rival 64-bit architecture called Itanium).
Feb
26
comment In which directories can “nobody” user write?
@muru IIRC this means anyone can create files in the directory, and can open files that they know exist, but cannot list the contents.
Feb
26
comment In which directories can “nobody” user write?
shouldn't this be -perm -002? That way you aren't checking everyone to have every permission, just world-write permission
Feb
20
comment Will creating a text file in vi change my computer?
@heemayl why not just make the first line in the file exit?
Apr
6
awarded  Yearling
Nov
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comment Any command line calculator for Ubuntu?
Wait, what exactly do you mean "switch to" python? and "without any extra prefixes"? Are you saying you want to be able to calculate things at the prompt without running a command?
Nov
18
comment Any command line calculator for Ubuntu?
bc isn't included anymore?
Apr
6
awarded  Yearling
Feb
5
awarded  Caucus
Dec
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comment Why can't I import “pygtk” with Python 3.2 from PyDev?
I misread someting about PyGObject - it's confusing that there are announcements about that on the PyGTK website: > PyGobject 2.26.0 has been released. This is the first stable release in the 2.26.x series and introduces initial support for introspection and Python 3. As usual, sources can be fetched from here. Check out the release announcement and full list of changes.
Nov
23
comment Why can't I import “pygtk” with Python 3.2 from PyDev?
"a version of PyGTK for Python 3 was never written." - that's not what the pygtk website says - do you mean was never packaged for ubuntu?
Oct
29
comment Is it really possible to run Linux applications within Windows using Wubi?
You could also use current versions xubuntu or lubuntu, which haven't caught the unity bug yet.
Oct
29
answered Is it really possible to run Linux applications within Windows using Wubi?
Sep
13
comment Why does this 'kill' command log me out of the computer?
@user606723 the init process will not exit, and can decide what (if anything) to do about all the other processes having exited.
Apr
6
awarded  Yearling
Mar
13
comment Setting directory file permissions in Ubuntu using chmod
Er, it looks like he's trying to add an ACL entry, not change the basic permissions.
Feb
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awarded  Altruist