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comment How do I airport-utils to configure my Airport Extreme?
Nope, still looking for help. Although, I haven't tried anything on Pangolin yet.
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comment Laptop Brightness Problem on Toshiba Portege R705-P35
@n3rd: I have since changed laptops, and I'm sure progress has been made on the issue but the accepted answer helped me fix all my problems.
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asked How do I airport-utils to configure my Airport Extreme?
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accepted Source/Dot operator error on login. Possibly caused by bad byobu uninstall
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comment Source/Dot operator error on login. Possibly caused by bad byobu uninstall
@geirha: FYI, byobu inserted that line itself, it wasn't something I put in.
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revised Source/Dot operator error on login. Possibly caused by bad byobu uninstall
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answered Source/Dot operator error on login. Possibly caused by bad byobu uninstall
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revised Source/Dot operator error on login. Possibly caused by bad byobu uninstall
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comment Source/Dot operator error on login. Possibly caused by bad byobu uninstall
@geirha: Your suggestion was just as helpful and is a great bit knowledge that I'm sure will come in handy some day. When I ran bash -xl I saw that the last line being executed in the login process was just . and right before that was `which byobu-launch so I was able to easily pinpoint what was wrong. This combined with enzotib's advice solved the problem!
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comment Source/Dot operator error on login. Possibly caused by bad byobu uninstall
@enzotib: It was ~/.profile that was the offending file! And my hunch that it might have something to do with byobu was correct. This was the last line in both mine and root's .profile files: . $(which byobu-launch). Obviously which didn't return anything since byobu-launch didn't exist and thus . barfed.