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I'm a…

  • ♦ moderator on Super User
  • researcher at the Telekom Innovation Laboratories of Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany, where I research Quality of Experience for video applications
  • software developer with a focus on web stuff

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comment Possible to have @ in username in Ubuntu 14.04?
Any of those two sites is fine. Whatever community you feel more comfortable with!
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comment Possible to have @ in username in Ubuntu 14.04?
Note: Your question was on topic on Super User, too, so you did not need to delete it there.
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Using avconv and keeping Audiostreams and Subtitles
Good suggestion, thank you @andrew.46
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comment Customising the ubuntu linux kernel
Don't cross post your questions: superuser.com/questions/726284/…
Feb
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revised What is the “Free software only” option when installing Ubuntu?
better title; spelling error
Feb
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suggested approved edit on What is the “Free software only” option when installing Ubuntu?
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awarded  Talkative
Feb
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comment apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources
Yep, that was it. I could copy the old .debs from /var/cache/apt though and install them with dpkg – seems to have worked.
Feb
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accepted apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources
Feb
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revised apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources
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Feb
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comment apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources
@DashplusJava Returns Version '5.4.24-1+sury.org' for 'php5' was not found
Feb
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comment apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources
@DashplusJava No, it just lists all kinds of packages without specific version names.
Feb
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revised apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources
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Feb
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comment apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources
I don't care about 5.5.3 — I need the latest 5.4 from the oldstable repositories so that the two servers run the same PHP version.
Feb
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asked apt-get doesn't install latest PHP 5.4 from oldstable sources