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Jan
27
revised Deleting input forward to the next space
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Jan
26
comment Deleting input forward to the next space
@Lacho In this case I'm almost sure, if yu are using bash, that you made a mismatch. Check the quotes for example to be exactly as I wrote them...
Jan
26
comment Deleting input forward to the next space
@Lacho Try to add this line: "\ew": vi-forward-bigword to your ~/.inputrc file, then restart your session.
Jan
24
revised Deleting input forward to the next space
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Jan
24
revised Deleting input forward to the next space
added 11 characters in body
Jan
24
answered Deleting input forward to the next space
Jan
24
revised Deleting input forward to the next space
added 45 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Jan
24
comment hot-spot wifi with wifi
possible duplicate of How do I create a WiFi hotspot sharing wireless internet connection (single adapter)?
Jan
24
reviewed Close Upgrading packages through Terminal and knowing when a restart is then needed
Jan
24
reviewed Close apt-get update malformed line
Jan
24
comment How to unzip .tgz file using the terminal?
Do you have any idea about what is the current (working) directory in terminal and how to find and locate a file in Ubuntu?
Jan
24
revised unzip cannot find or open the tgz file
edited title
Jan
24
reviewed Leave Open unzip cannot find or open the tgz file
Jan
24
reviewed Leave Open Rename files numerically (date/time order)
Jan
24
reviewed Reopen Screenshot tool with “copying into clipboard in jpeg format” function
Jan
24
revised What is 'sudo tar -xzf'? Why it is used?
added 3 characters in body; edited title
Jan
24
comment Start-up error (ALERT! /dev/disk/by-uuid/xxxxxxxxx does not exist. Dropping to a shell! )
possible duplicate of ALERT! /dev/disk/by-uuid/xxxxxxxxx does not exist. Dropping to a shell
Jan
24
comment How to know if I completely exit nautilus as root
@lthiano If you closed your terminal also, then for sure any command running in it was finished. So, you don't need any restart; when you will start your nautilus again as normal (let say from launcher) it will run under your permissions, and no way as root.
Jan
24
answered How to know if I completely exit nautilus as root
Jan
20
reviewed Reopen Skype 4.3 is not logging in on ubuntu 14.10