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Oct
29
revised How to print the first three digits after the decimal point of a floating number?
edited tags; edited title
Oct
29
answered How to print the first three digits after the decimal point of a floating number?
Oct
27
revised How to replace a string of text with input from another file
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Oct
26
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
25
comment How to solve from “System problem detected” message
possible duplicate of Getting "System program problem detected" pops up regularly after upgrade
Oct
24
comment How can I pass command line arguments to a script through Dash? (14.04)
possible duplicate of Specify parameters for launcher program
Oct
24
revised How do I change the color of the screen that is displayed before the login screen?
deleted 70 characters in body
Oct
23
comment Replacing a string by a file using Sed
@heemayl r - append file to stdout after flush. See unix.stackexchange.com/a/26290/37944
Oct
23
revised Replacing a string by a file using Sed
added 83 characters in body
Oct
23
comment Replacing a string by a file using Sed
@heemayl Check my new edits
Oct
23
comment Replacing a string by a file using Sed
@AvinashRaj There is a solution for this also...
Oct
23
revised Replacing a string by a file using Sed
added 270 characters in body
Oct
23
comment Replacing a string by a file using Sed
@heemayl No, you tried using simple quotes, in my answer I used double quotes. See Difference between single and double quotes in bash. Single quotes won't interpolate anything, but double quotes will (for example variables, backticks, certain \ escapes, etc...)
Oct
23
answered Replacing a string by a file using Sed
Oct
21
comment App can't find libs even though they exist
@WindBlade If I would be you I will try to recompile that test on a 64 bit system. See stackoverflow.com/q/2346806/2353900
Oct
21
revised App can't find libs even though they exist
With your new edits you make your question to be duplicate of http://askubuntu.com/q/454253/147044 and so your question will be closed. Also my answer doesn't has any sesne in this case.
Oct
21
comment App can't find libs even though they exist
@WindBlade See also askubuntu.com/q/359156/147044 or unix.stackexchange.com/q/12956/37944
Oct
21
answered App can't find libs even though they exist
Oct
21
revised How to run 32-bit app in Ubuntu 64-bit?
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