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Apr
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answered How to mount an external HDD?
Apr
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revised 404 not found - error while updating using aptitude
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Feb
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comment Use ImageMagick to compare Images
@RegisteredUser Warning: that code seems to find the RMS error between the images’ histograms, NOT between the images themselves. It's better to do first the difference of the 2 images (if you want in a new image too), and then to do the squared sum of the normalized histogram bins.
Jan
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comment How do I find out my motherboard model?
It is not needed to run as root a command or to install new software, see below in the answer... or if you prefer an hardware answer it's always possible to follow the @NGRhodes suggestion ;-)
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revised How do I find out my motherboard model?
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Jan
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answered How do I find out my motherboard model?
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comment Ubuntu and Windows common files
You can always mount the windows partition under a path in Linux. Check which type of file system you have on windows
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comment compile a fortran code in an other server
With ./eerad3 you go to execute the command eerad3 in the present directory. Are you sure that you are in the correct directory?
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reviewed Reviewed compile a fortran code in an other server
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comment compile a fortran code in an other server
The use of "#" in the root prompt is the default, but you cannot be sure only from that... you can use whoami (all in one word), id -u or echo $EUID (the last two answer 0 if you are root).
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reviewed Reviewed Are there cases where vi is the only option?
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comment How to copy data between Virtual machines
@meow Thanks but please help me to write in a more understandable way asking where it is not clear enough.
Aug
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comment How to copy data between Virtual machines
@meow ...a bit or a bit too much? :-) When you deal with different operative systems you always have to deal with the two sides of the same problem :(. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd, points are fast and almost simple. The 4th starts to be more complex, but useful in a Linux way (especially the second part). The 5-th point is more for office or specific and/or professional tasks (e.g. I want to run 2 WWW servers on two different virtual machine but I want to share analytic logs maybe on a third machine... so if one machine crashes or is under attack the second will be not...)
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revised How to copy data between Virtual machines
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