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comment Technical differences between ways in which UNIX and Windows “mount” devices
In Windows you can also attach storage to the path technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753321.aspx . The question is biased.
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comment 'apt-get' does not work with Proxy
Yest, it will set this variable globally.
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answered 'apt-get' does not work with Proxy
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answered How to execute a shell-command in Vim, and have the result printed below?
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comment Dynamic /etc/resolv.conf file?
Glad I could help.
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answered Dynamic /etc/resolv.conf file?
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comment Typing location path instead of clicking directory buttons in the file picker dialog?
Yes I'm talking about 'Save Page As' dialog and 'Save element as' dialog from context menu. Both of them are lacking the 'Pencil' icon that is in 'Open File' dialog. Using this icon in 'Open File' dialog I can open 'Location' text box and this setting persists. Also Ctrl+L shortcut works. I would like to have this behaviour in 'Save Page As' dialog too. Thanks again for your time and effort.
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comment Typing location path instead of clicking directory buttons in the file picker dialog?
Thanks for quick answer. It worked in nautilus but not in firefox file picker dialog. When I hit Ctrl+S in Firefox the path buttons are still there. When I open nautilus (i.e.: Places -> Home Folder) the Location text box is there and I can type the path. I log out from the session and log back in. Firefox dialog does not change a bit. Is there something more that I can try ?
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asked Typing location path instead of clicking directory buttons in the file picker dialog?
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answered How can I identify what version of ubuntu is installed in a specific partition?