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comment Command prompt in nautilus window
Ubuntu is continueing to tell me it is having internal errors, it has yet to cause any problems beyond the pop up that says it is, just the same i figure i should try to do something to correct this
Aug
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comment Command prompt in nautilus window
thank you, ahd on #3 i did that by mistake, new i should not exit from terminal, but was asking is there anything i should do to be sure that did not damage my system, as i am having no errors from it, i do not think that it did, but once before that happened and my computer crashed from the upgrade not finishing, so i know it can damage your system, i wondered if there was anything that i could do that would be sure it did not damage it
Aug
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comment Command prompt in nautilus window
ok, i added a shot of the command being ran, and of nautilus with the prompt inside of it
Aug
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revised Command prompt in nautilus window
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comment Command prompt in nautilus window
i have done so, no changes to they system nor to nautilus says there is no errors. If it is a new nautilus-terminal feature i dont mind it, could make things easier at times, i just want to be sure it isn't a bug...
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comment Adding directory to PATH, various ways and differences
i even added it to /root/.profile
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comment Adding directory to PATH, various ways and differences
when i said file i should have said directory the file is in, or parent forlder. but that is what i do example: export PATH=${PATH}:/home/john/bin/
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comment Adding directory to PATH, various ways and differences
no, i add the path to the directory the script is in to each file, and try to run it with sudo all i get is sudo: hello: command not found. i use the explicit path to the file.
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comment Adding directory to PATH, various ways and differences
how do you do this in ubuntu 12.04