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Dec
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comment Two Linux OSes on same machine - can edit files on the other OS safely?
Good point, the sensitive files of the other OS loose their usual protection and care should be taken not to delete/move/rename/alter them.
Dec
23
comment Two Linux OSes on same machine - can edit files on the other OS safely?
There is another use case I am not sure if any issue will come out of: Say I have a git repo on Xubuntu, If I change files in that repo while on Ubuntu, and commit those changes using git on Ubuntu, when I go back to Xubuntu, will the other git play it cool (assuming git is same version on both OSes)? -- but I guess this case is more related to git, not Dual-boot complications.
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accepted Do you need a shell program for Proxy Forwarding?
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revised Do you need a shell program for Proxy Forwarding?
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comment How do I set systemwide proxy servers in Xubuntu, Lubuntu or Ubuntu Studio?
+1 ;-) It helped. Thanks.