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Seduced by Ubuntu to the Linux world, currently messing around with different distros.


Nov
6
accepted package manager odd behavior after ubuntu failed update wich included an nginx update
Nov
4
comment package manager odd behavior after ubuntu failed update wich included an nginx update
that's exactly what I did
Nov
4
comment Can someone explain package manager leftover script after nginx update meaningless failure?
Thank you for your comments, they are somewhat illustrating, but more than asking how does it work, which I could tell and apply a quick fix, I'm more interested on why does it do it like that and maybe have some relevant reference documentation on the matter.
Nov
3
comment Can someone explain package manager leftover script after nginx update meaningless failure?
I didn't use ubuntu's default package but I did use the official nginx package http://ppa.launchpad.net/nginx/stable/ubuntuthat was for ubuntu 12.04 and let it be noted that ubuntu 14.04 uses /usr/share/nginx/html/ by default. Well, maybe not anymore but it did for the last months.
Nov
3
comment Can someone explain package manager leftover script after nginx update meaningless failure?
are sure about what you're saying? seems inaccurate because -after all- it did install the other unrelated package in spite of the nginx script failure
Nov
3
revised package manager odd behavior after ubuntu failed update wich included an nginx update
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Nov
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revised package manager odd behavior after ubuntu failed update wich included an nginx update
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Nov
3
asked Can someone explain package manager leftover script after nginx update meaningless failure?
Nov
3
asked package manager odd behavior after ubuntu failed update wich included an nginx update
Nov
3
answered package manager odd behavior after ubuntu failed update wich included an nginx update
Oct
29
revised What command do I need to unzip/extract a .tar.gz file?
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Oct
29
revised What command do I need to unzip/extract a .tar.gz file?
just added a gif
Oct
15
revised Info documentation may be missing
I found a typo and well, got carried away with finer instructions :P
Oct
15
comment Info documentation may be missing
You can also download it directly to the info directory (you may need to use sudo wget) and just rename it to remove the ".tar" part, the info program can read compressed files. mv info.info.tar.gz info.info.gz. So you'll en up with info.info.gz (like the rest of the info files) and it will work just fine ;)
Oct
15
suggested approved edit on Info documentation may be missing
Aug
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revised What command do I need to unzip/extract a .tar.gz file?
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Aug
20
answered What command do I need to unzip/extract a .tar.gz file?
Aug
18
suggested rejected edit on How to create a soft or symbolic link?
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18
revised No Swap Partition!
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Aug
18
answered No Swap Partition!